If this war never happens, Nazi Germany and Italy could have easily taken over Europe with no one to step in and tell them to stop. Even though war cost many lives, we have stories like Anne Frank, and ruined the mental well-being of the soldiers fighting in it, what it did was larger than the conflict around it. People will say that the Holocaust was the worst event to happen in history and it stemmed from the war, but nothing like the Holocaust will ever happen again because we now know what the world will be like if and religious hatred grows into reality again. Conflict will help in the end result, you must look at the bigger picture and not be so narrow minded. Conflict will change relationships, but it will also bring out the best in
At first, even the conspirators thought Antony was just a follower of Caesar. Brutus says that “Antony is but a limb of Caesar” (Shakespeare 2.1.172) Brutus and the others think that Antony will just abandon his loyalty to Caesar, however they were wrong. After Caesar 's death, Antony 's loyalty to him only grows stronger. Instead now Antony will take the place of Caesar and use his power to get vengeance for Caesar 's death. To Caesar 's body, he says “Domestic fury and fierce civil strife shall cumber all the parts of Italy.” (Shakespeare 3.1.
Some historians claim that there are as many as a hundred political and non-political interweaving reasons that led to the collapse of Roman Empire. One of the important political causes is the division of the Empire into two empires, the west (Latin) and the eastern (Greek, later known as the Byzantine empire) in 284 A.D. by Diocletian. This division was adopted to protect the over-expanding empire and to defend its borders against the Barbarian attacks. This was achieved initially as the two empires synchronized responsibilities and strengthened each. However, over successive years, there were religious and linguistic barriers that prevented further cooperation and inhibited any trials for re-union.
Feudalism: Its Rise and Decline With the transformation of the Roman Empire, the empire would no longer be a universal culture. With an ineffective government and no armies, the former empire experienced mass anarchy. Due to its weakened state, the empire had become more vulnerable. Because people need security, a new concept would arise, this concept would be known as feudalism. The vulnerability of this transforming empire allowed it to be attacked by Germanic tribes and other warring nations.
Caesars fatal death by his strong governing peers may have been because Caesar’s hamartia is his arrogance, and this is shown consistently through his life span in the play. Since Caesar has a strong political following and position in Rome’s state, he has much arrogance in his personality and this arrogance is his hamartia which has a fatal ending to his life. If Caesar was more cautious about how he treated other people with little respect then maybe his arrogance would not have been hamartia. When the soothsayer warned Caesar about the Ides of March, if Caesar was not ignorant and arrogant then he would’ve believed the soothsayer which could of saved his life. With Caesar being so arrogant he believed that nothing bad would have ever happen to him, but if he noticed but the signs of what was to come in the Ides of March and how suspicious Cassius, Brutus, and the other congressmen were then he may of not come to a fatal death.
Following this major feat was the beginning of Caesar’s ten-year dictatorship that the tyrant had always desired. The throne of Rome and the crowning of king was not far within the eye sight of the ambitious Julius Caesar. It was this point that the numerous authors have accounted for the dictator’s assassination. These writers claim that the fear of monarchy, jealousy within the senate, and a threat to the Roman republic government led to the assassination of Julius Caesar. Rome, a strong and conquering nation had much of their support in a republic form of government to keep them from a king.
Rome is presented initially as the epitome of society, and all outsiders, such as the Goths, are regarded as “barbarous.” In the opening dialogue, Markus comments on the disparities between the two groups. A nobler man, a braver warrior, Lives not this day within the city walls: He by the senate is accit 'd home From weary wars against the barbarous Goths; (1.1.1) Shakespeare establishes the Roman stigmatization of Goths as
The Roman Empire was a large, powerful, and successful empire that stood the test of time. But, Rome was plagued with numerous problems that caused its demise. In my opinion, the fall of the Roman Empire was inevitable. This is because Rome had a corrupt government that failed to satisfy its citizens, and Diocletian’s retirement caused the tetrarchy, which could have been Rome’s last saving grace, to fail. The Roman Empire had a largely corrupt government, which mismanaged the itself into a collapse.
The Fall of the Roman Empire is one of the most memorable setbacks of one of the greatest civilizations to ever exist. Many theories have been said as to the cause of the empire’s fall but, even today, there are still unanswered discussions on what the specific factors were. There are numerous of factors that contributed to the empire’s fall such as the effectiveness of their army, the health of its citizens, the strength of the economy, the capability of the successors, the continuous battle for power, religion and the regulation of their administration. The Fall of Rome was started with the decline in Western Roman Empire where the emperors failed to maintain their rule. The lost of power of the West let alone East was a great threat to the empire but the theme of the decline has been discussed and changed through a much bigger time frame from year 376.
While Abraham Lincoln was still alive people were unsure of their trust in him, but after Lincoln was assassinated, he became a martyr loved by almost everyone. The Northerners were united through a hatred for Booth and a newly formed love for Abraham Lincoln. Booth had attempted to destroy the North’s morale; however, the loss of their President brought many Northerners together as a united front when they could have easily been in a desolate post-war