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Russia And Austria Napoleon Bonaparte
1,209 wordsWho would have ever predicted that by the 1800 s a young lieutenant, who was barely French, would be master of France (Maurois 5)? Napoleon Bonaparte was a military genius who won many wars and battles for France. Napoleon Bonaparte had a huge impact on all of France and numerous other countries around Europe. He had many great accomplishments, two of which were his positions as First Consul and Emperor. Napoleon was a military genius, known for all of his many successes on the battlefield. He b...
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Hannibal Crosses The Alps
1,256 wordsThe march of Hannibal across the Alps onto Italy is thought to be legendary. Having read this book, that mere sentence is reiterated to its full extent. He had to fight his way through a Roman army, cross the Pyrenees (themselves a difficult range of mountains), then fight his way across southern France, for this area was under Roman control, then cross the formidable Alps. The scope of this accomplishment is often overlooked for Hannibal did much more than cross the formidable Alps. Hannibal Cr...
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One Of The Greatest Thirty Seven
1,281 wordsHannibal, Invader From Carthage by Robert N. Webb is a biography that focuses on and highlights the life and times of Hannibal, the Carthaginian general. Hannibal is best remembered as the courageous warrior who led an army of thousands and thousands of men, thirty-seven elephants, and a number of horses across Spain, the Alps, and Italy, on a mission to conquer Rome. The author does an admirable job showing different views of Hannibal. He quotes other historians and poets throughout the course ...
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Alexander And The Great Crusade Alexanders Legacy
1,732 wordsAlexander and the Great Crusade, Alexanders Legacy (1) Alexander the Great was born on July 21, 356 A. D. in the capital of Macedonia, Pella. He was a son of King Philip II of Macedon. According to a famous legend, Alexanders birth was being prophesied by the Oracle of Athens, who predicted future Macedonian king to become the greatest military leader of all times. However, at the time when Alexander was growing up, he did not appear to posses the qualities of a military genius, except for the f...
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How Original Was Napoleon As A Military Commander
2,591 wordshow original was Napoleon as a military commander? No soldier will die for his country. A soldier will die for a bright ribbon Napoleon, commenting on the role of non-monetary motivation for soldiers in wars. Mr. Napoleon Bonaparte is considered to be one of the greatest and most original military leaders of France and Europe. Under his rule only, the French empire stretched across whole Europe from Spain to Russia. Military commander Napoleon did not only revolutionized the military operations ...
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D C Heath Napoleonic Era
1,455 wordsDifferent Factors Led To Napoleons Success. Which Different Factors Led To Napoleons Success. Which Of Factors Dealt With Napoleons Personality Which Of These Factors Were Outside His Control There are many factors that were part of Napoleons success. Some of these were because of his personality, and others were completely out of his control. Napoleon Bonaparte was born in 1796 on the island of Corsica in the Mediterranean Sea. In that same year French troops invaded Corsica and crushed a movem...
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Jackson Stonewall Jackson
2,478 wordsMany traits are associated with Thomas Jonathan Jackson and his leadership in the confederacy. He is known for stark determination, military genius beyond all others, and the ability to turn any army into a fighting machine. Jackson became legendary when a South Carolina general, seeking to rally his own men at Bull Run, pointed to Jackson and shouted, ? Look, there is Jackson and his men standing like a stone wall against the enemy. ? Thus he forever became? Stonewall? Jackson. Jackson? s milit...
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