One of the most famous kings was King Leonidas.He was a very brave king helping his soldiers though battle. He was born 540 B.C. and died 480 B.C. at the Battle of Trampathoy. King Leonidas was remembered not only his battle strategy, but for his bravery.
The American Revolution was said to have been almost lost on multiple occasions, however, because of the American’s courage, strength and perseverance they were able to defeat the British and earn their independence. Winning a war isn’t an easy task especially against the greatest army in the world at the time, but because of the unity of the American people or the colonists at the time, because of their courage, strength and perseverance they benefited from it and because of these factors they were able to win the war and claim what they so strongly believed they had the right to. Courageous people have been displayed throughout all of history, and especially in fictional tales and stories told by people. However, this is no tale,
In all contests, people who can play well with severe disadvantages will often claim victory with equally large advantages. Had Robert E. Lee led the Union's army in the Civil War, he would have easily claimed victory, as he was an incredible general and the Union had many advantages over the Confederacy. Robert E. Lee was an elite general who prolonged a war in which many expected his army to fall very quickly. He had many major victories, and one the first and most important was in Richmond, Virginia, the capital of the Confederacy. Lee started the battle there by scaring the Union General, George McClellan.
Both projected remarkable leadership traits and military strategic thinking. Besides their charismatic leaderships, which made the battle a highly rated confrontation in the study of international history, the aftermath implications of the battle, was significant. The victory of Peter I created a getaway to the
By taking advantage of his available literacy resources, he could be successful at improving his knowledge of military tactics. He studied the accomplishments and failures of ancient generals and kings and used the information to better himself for when he became the king and general for the army. The reasoning behind Alexander’s large expansion of knowledge was because of the deep respect that he held for
George Washington was selected to be the commander in chief because he brought strengths to the army and had the most military experience amongst the congressional delegates. “His verve, impressive physical presence, and commend instincts helped to hold together an ill-equipped force that outlasted his more experienced opponents”(Mount Vernon 3). He learned important command principals and had effective strategies and instincts for his army and the war. Washington used his military leadership skills and what he learned by experience to lead his navy. He played a great role in the Manarin 2 ￼victory battle of princeton and prevented may deaths because of his brilliant plan for his troops.
5. The purpose of the writer's actions during the Chancellorsville battle was to describe the events that took place during one battle. The writer describes the actions of a handful of regiments that resulted in them holding back the enemy and not allowing any to pass through. The writer states the battalions that fought together to win the battle and writes that his actions were also appreciated. 6.
Greece and Troy were in a raging battle of bloodshed and death. In order to win Greece needed an intelligent leader who could lead them to victory. Their leader was Odysseus. The reason being that Odysseus has many qualities that make him a great leader. To begin, a quality Odysseus has is his cunning and strategic intellect.
Nether side North or South was fully equipped for the war and how long it would last. The North had many advantage over the South including resources, leadership, and military strategies these advantage played a major role in the war. With the lack of some of advantage the South struggled to fight an uneven war. A main disadvantage the South had was resources. Compared to the South the North had greater resources such as population, industrial and agriculture ability, transportation networking, and financial resources when compared to the South.
The British had a regular, trained and salaried army. This army had well-trained officers who knew how to make their soldiers obey their orders. The soldiers were disciplined and the British army was extremely organized, yet the American’s strengths in the Battle of Yorktown over-powered the British and helped the Colonists win the Revolutionary War. The total number of soldiers fighting for the Americans were two and a half times the number of people fighting for the British. The American troops had other advantages, one being that General George Washington, who led the American troops, was an experienced leader.
Rome had a very powerful and influential military that was "the most effective and long-lived military institution known to history" and was feared greatly among its enemies. A factor that made it so powerful was the roman soldiers were disciplined, disciplined to the point that if commanded to hold a position, the soldiers would do so or give their lives before disobeying a command. This factor earned the respect and trust between ranks, giving the soldiers the feeling of being
Lee. This great general had a noble mentality that made him a great opponent, wise and many fortresses. He was one of the best in his classes with straight A 's, in addition to always stood out in his military training, which proved his potential. Also, he was from the cost of Virginia the opposite side of Grant. We can also say that Lee was a familiar person, he had an ideal aristocratic people never left aside during the battle, becoming a legend before the Appomattox.
Maximus Meridius and Captain John H. Miller have many similarities and differences regarding their character and their situations. They both have a large amount of skill and experience in combat. The two are also very intelligent and strategic, which is why they both obtain important positions in the army. Since they are of such high position, they are looked up at, therefore they must hide any fear they might have. Although they both are brave individuals, Miller unintentionally displays his fear when his hands begin to shake uncontrollably due to post traumatic stress disorder.
Although Alexander’s forces were limited in terms of numbers, Alexander was able to command the approach with a definitive plan. There are usually multiple ways to approach and conquer challenges; this example proves that the most popular choice is not always the most effective. Even though Alexander had limited resources, the plan chosen by Alexander was meticulous and resourceful. Alexander used the troops under his command in an astute fashion to defeat a large and formidable opponent. Darius went into the skirmish with the belief that the size of his forces and the terrain would provide a clear advantage over the smaller forces of the opponent.