The Similarities Between Hannibal And Mao Zedong

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The two dangerous journeys in history are the hard expedition of Hannibal and Mao Zedong. Hannibal crossed the Alps with many armies. Mao Zedong and the long march passed the great Snowy Mountain. North Korean's underground, the North Korean refugees, went to Thailand. Their journeys have many similarities and many contrasts. There are two differences of Hannibal, Mao Zedong, and North Korean's journeys. The first contrast is the period of happening. Hannibal's event passed in 247-186 BC. Mao Zedong and the long march event occurred on 1893 - 1976. North Korean refugees emigrating was starting in 2004. They were flown to South Korea. Next is the many kinds of peril. When the event happened in the different period, and the danger was changed because the technology was modified which is the weapon. In the Hannibal time, his armies were attacked by local tribesmen. Tribesmen's weapon is such as bow and arrow. The effect of the shaft is less than Gun of Mao Zedong time. In the 21st century, there is high technology but the community campaigning against violence then North Korean refugees was died less than two persons before.…show more content…
The first similarity is very long distance. Hannibal, Mao Zedong, and the North Korea refugees passed through many countries. Hannibal led people from about 2,415 kilometers. He led the army from Spain in the Pyrenees and then to the South of France. They had to cross the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea. Mao Zedong moved 12,500 kilometers. China is the vast country. Mao Zedong's long march, they walked from the south to the north China. North Korea's underground move for 5,000 kilometers or more to Thailand. They moved from North Korea. The first country where they passed is South Korea then they moved to China and stopped to North

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