Comparative of Julius Caesar and Czar Nicholas ll
Julius Caesar was born on July 13, 100 BC, he was a strong leader for the Romans who changed the course of history of the Roman world decisively and irreversibly. Julius Caesar was able to create the Roman Empire because of his strength and strong war strategies. Julius Caesar was to become one of the greatest generals, of nquering the whole of Gaul. In 58 BC, Caesar became governor and military commander of Gaul, which included modern France, Belgium, and portions of Switzerland, Holland, and Germany west of the Rhine. Julius Caesar led military campaigns involving both the Roman legions and tribes in Gaul who were often competing among themselves. Julius Caesar was a Roman general and statesman whose dictatorship was pivotal in Rome's transition from republic to empire.
Nikolai Aleksandrovich Romanov was born near St. Petersburg on May 18, 1868 son of Czar Alexander III. Nicholas II, the last Czar of Russia, ascended to the throne following the death of his father in 1894. Unprepared for such a role, Nicholas II has been characterized as a weak and incompetent leader. At a time of enormous social and political change in his country, Nicholas outdated autocratic policies and opposed reform of any kind. His handling of military matters and insensitivity to the needs of his people helped to fuel the 1917 Russian Revolution. Forced to abdicate in 1917, Nicholas went into exile with his wife and five children. After living more than a year under house arrest, the entire family was brutally executed in July 1918 by Bolshevik soldiers. Nicholas II was the last of the Romanov Dynasty, which had ruled Russia for 300 years.
When Julius Caesar was sixteen, his father died and Caesar became the head of the family. Deciding that belonging to the priesthood would bring the most benefit to the family, he managed to have himself nominated as the new High Priest of Jupiter. As a priest...
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