Alexander The Great Vs Caesar

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Great leaders must have knowledge of warfare. Alexander the Great and Augustus Caesar went through a process of learning, practicing and teaching military skills for war. If neither rulers had the knowledge of warfare, it was a sign of weakness. People would rebel against them and promote other kingdoms bring their rulers down. They faced two challenges: (1) learn and prepare to fight or (2) be betrayed. Several military historians wrote that Alexander the Great was a great military figure; it was certain that he never lost a battle (Plutarch on Alexander the Great, 1st c. BCE, MyHistoryLab, p.178). He was a man with a military plan. Craig described how he went from one territory to another winning the battles with small amounts of money
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