The mention of the name “Julius Caesar” evokes a variety of different images in people’s minds. Some would think “dictator,” others, “leader” or “influential,” and even so, among others, “an arrogant asshole.” Whatever the world’s opinion of Caesar, it is an indisputable fact that he completely transformed the Roman Republic into a strong Roman Empire. Caesar has a rather lengthy track record for positions held in the political sphere, thus making him the epitome of what one would define as a political success. The leading contributing factor in this success was the crucial political alliances he formed.
After the war it brought on a lot of changes all over the world, such as women gaining the right to vote, and the Treaty of Versailles was signed, which declared Germany responsible for starting the war and ordered them to pay reparations. The twentieth century can be characterized as a major turning point in history due to the decisive decisions that were made all over the world. The quick decisions sometimes led to extensive regret, while others led to a glorious ending. Many of the decisions made during the twentieth century affected society new as well as
The Roman aristocrats were totally consumed with the need to retain the legacy of their family’s name. The nobles of Rome would have been under extreme pressure to achieve military prowess and political status. The young nobles felt that their families and their own reputation was at stake, so they devote their lives in service to Rome. They felt like they had to live up to and or overcome they're predecessor's accomplishments, but if they accomplished more with each passing generation then that would make it harder and put more pressure on the later generations. The key of the ancient Roman aristocracy are virtus, gloria, nobilitas and auctoritas.
Julius Caesar is considered one of the world’s best military leaders. He is known for his military power that influenced Rome from 60 B.C. - 44 B.C. He played a huge role in how Rome developed throughout the years because of his military contributions that either played a positive or a negative effect on Roman society. Caesar put in a lot of his effort and energy during the first triumvirate on the conquest of Gaul.
There have been lots of great military commanders over the centuries, but one of the best ever and definitely the best in European history is Julius Caesar. The greatest military commander must have smart strategies and use their power to grow and conquer. On July 12 or 13, 100 B.C., in Rome, Italy, Caesar was born (Nice). Being a descendant of the Trojan Prince, Aeneas, he grew up to be full of himself (Nice). Though Caesar was egotistical, he was the greatest military commander in European history because his military IQ was astounding, he cared for and fought beside his men, and he also expanded the Roman Empire to its greatest lengths.
But not all in Rome loved Caesar. Some loved him, some hated him, but such is the life of a prominent leader. Caesar was a very progressive leader, as he worked to break down social boundaries within the vast empire, all the while expanding Roman territory. He demonstrated great prowess and strategy in battle, as well as skilled in rhetoric and oration and governing. He also introduced Rome’s calendar, the namesake Julian calendar.
As I explained, people want more power and started wars with other countries. Napoleon, who helped the development of Nationalism, gave people a voice to keep the idea of a nation, so they supported the country and to conquer other countries in Europe. Napoleon was a successful leader and conquered many countries, but his ideas of nationalism also worked against him, because other countries also developed Nationalism, which caused wars and battles. Bibliography:
He had contributed much to the Roman Empire. Caesar had brought a military leadership to the empire, he was very well respected by his men. He expanded the empire. He did this by winning wars, gaining more land for the Roman Empire. Caesar also changed the way the political system was run in Rome.
In any war, a key aspect that helps a certain side to win is if the majority of the people support what they are fighting for. One way that that support can be influenced is through propaganda. Propaganda is a common form of war-time media, and will encourage people to see things a certain way, and even change people’s views. The Civil War was no different to any other war, in that it had a fair amount of propaganda in both the Union and the Confederacy. There were many different types of propaganda used in the Civil War as well, and they all had major effects on the Civil War.
The progress of any country depends on how its system works. In Egypt, different leaders roled for different times. Each leader has his own achievement and accomplishments. One of the greatest leaders in Egypt 's history is Anwar El-Sadat. His contribution in our biggest war was significant and yet the victory was achieved because of his brilient mind and wonderful plans.
The staggering number of casualties in the civil war created an abundance of issues as well as solutions as a result of their struggle. The ability for both sides to strategize based on their numbers showed the importance of how far they would go in order to succeed. The war illustrated the brutal reality of casualties in war as well as how war strategies could greatly affect this despite the consequences it would all bring when it came time for
History takes place because changes occur throughout both past as well as current civilizations. Much of the past has succumbed to change because of an apparent impersonal force, war. Through war, many advances arise allowing new civilizations to begin as well as old civilizations to fall. Over the course of several millennia, war has brought both beginnings as well as ends to several dynasties in China as well as shifts in religion across Islam. War in all civilizations has been an important driving factor for conquest as well as a gain in wealth.
The advantage that allowed the Confederacy to enjoy military success in the early years of the Civil War were that most of the battles were fought on their terrain. This gave them the upper hand in knowing the battlefield and knowing the best strategies to fight the Union. The Confederacy also had an upper hand in military leadership as an example Robert Lee. They had many veterans of the Mexican-American War, which had experience in war. The Confederacy had this feeling that they were fighting a war for independence that carried with it a sense of destiny that would sustain them through the difficult times ahead.
The Roman Empire was, (and still is) considered to be one of the greatest powers in history. It was an Empire of great success, not only economically but politically. With an army that had successfully conquered many other Empires and that had precise military techniques, they were feared by many. So how could such a large Empire, with such a successful economy and military be defeated?