Here are some of the ways the Red Team could have been much more successful in the battle and could have won: The first way that the Red Team could have been more successful from the beginning of the battle preparations was choosing more mature and well organized leaders and generals. Not implying that the failure was the generals or leaders fault, just saying that if the generals and leaders of the Red Team would have been more fluent with emails and updates everyone would have known what was going on and the plans wouldn’t have changed. Another thing that both teams could have considered was using the historical methods and knowledge known to set up a battle plan. They could have done research on war and battle methods in the past that failed and succeeded and used them to edit and use different elements to make their original plan
The Roman Empire started out small in the beginning but was able to grow into a large power. The Romans had a little amount of land when it was founded so they used their military for the purpose of expanding and gaining more land. The Romans were able to conquered the area around them and all the way to modern day England to parts of Africa and the middle east. The Roman Empire used its troops to conquer an area then use its troops to assimilate the local population into the Roman culture to help lower the chance of uprising from the locals.
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.
This way, no one got hurt and the Incan Empire grew. However, if the opposing tribe chose to not become part of the Incan empire, the Incas would fight them and often win due to the size of their military. The majority of opposing tribes
Several systems were established to increase productivity and maintain order. According to chronicler Inca Garcilazo de la Vega, the Inca society mainly based their coexistence in three main rules: Ama Sua (do not steal), Ama Llulla (do not lie) and Ama Quella (do not be lazy). As a result, crime was practically non existent. However, a strong “ethic of justice” was predominant among society leaders.
The Mediterranean Sea caused the Romans to spread out the army and guard more than one territory. They had to spread the army out evenly because of the range. If one territory got attacked, even though roads were built for the traveling ease of the men, they still could not be at the attack very quickly. Because of the location, a variety of cultures would have promoted trade. The Mediterranean Sea was the main sea to navigate for trade.
I think that the greatest advantage that the north had was the numbers and the industrialization. If the south had the same access to the industrialization that the north had as well as the amount of people then I that there could have been a different outcome to the war. The south knew the topography and the weather conditions of the land where the battles were being fought. If they were able to employ the same type of force like the north had they would have had a better chance at winning the war. But since they did not see the point in taking the industrialization as serious as the north did since they were making such good profits from agriculture in my opinion they did not have a good chance at winning the war from the
In summary, living under the Qin dynasty decreased the chance of being harmed by the invaders and because the government is so imposing, it would be the same with the safety from fellow citizens. The disadvantage of this kind of governance is that some officers were afraid to report the failures of their respective areas in a fear of the punishment. This is one of the reasons behind the fall of the Qin dynasty. The supposedly great dynasty that could last for thousands of years fell just four years after the emperor (Shi Huangdi) died. The two ministers that covered up the death of Shi Huangdi assumed power and imposed much oppressive laws.
Leadership is a key part in Julius Caesar because without it, many of the significant events in the play would not have occurred. Caesar, Brutus, Cassius, and Antony all play the role of a leader in the middle of all the confusion in Rome, however, some characters are careless and would not be good leaders. It is often seen that great leaders have great qualities that allow them to lead well, but also are able to fight through obstacles, while there are some leaders who lack those qualities and lead poorly. A poor leader would be Caesar because he is hungry for more power and only thinks of himself and not of others.
Not all people are meant to do this kind of work, but the job does have the requirement of making decisions that are not always morally sound. Governors will always have to make tough choices for the betterment of the state. There are easy examples that occur during war, especially in the modern world today. Most would say that taking a life is wrong, but what about if taking one life saves thousands. Decisions like these is what a leader has to make.
The kings led the empires, the doctors kept people healthy, the judges maintained order, the traders helped the economy and so on. Without these roles, there would have been anarchy and chaos. Structure kept each empire together, because without it, the society would have broken down. They would’ve had to have been advanced enough to form a system and keep people in line. If everyone knew what role they had to play, it would have made it a lot easier for the
They were laws set in stone to maintain order and stability in Rome’s empire. The twelve tables helped unify the government and the people. Not only did Rome have the twelve tables, they also used their location to their advantage as well. Rome was located around the Mediterranean Sea, making trade and winning wars easier to accomplish. Rome’s army was well respected and important; they also trained a lot.
Also because of the distance from England to America was so great, their troops that were shipped in were probably not so fresh. They had bad communication and poor supply because of this distance as well. We also had better politicians. Our soldiers in this era were largely untrained militia that were better suited to fighting the Native people
Rome was a very powerful empire, but eventually fell because of one thing, weak political leadership. Weak political leadership was the main reason why Rome fell and it was more of a chain because when there is bad leadership then there is bad military and more invaders. The invasions got more effective and hurt the empire a lot more than it should have at that time. First of all Rome went from a republic to a empire with all the power and rights from the people slowly slipping away to the all powerful emperors at the end. Emperors did not want to share any power with the people which was very bad because they only paid attention to power, for example how Julius Caesar get kill/assassinated on March 15, 44 BCE in Rome, Italy.
Rome`s evolution into a globalizing empire involved numerous changes on the Roman society and the economy as well. The evolution was a source of many new policies that governed how the empire operated to ensure maximum growth and improve its status as a powerful empire. The changes included economic changes and changes in societal norms and procedures that were achieved in different durations during the process of evolution. The series of changes were experienced in other aspects such as the political setting of the empire. Various forces facilitated the changes during the development which affected societal settings and the Roman economy.