Comparing Julius Caesar And Yitzhak Rabin

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Julius Caesar and Yitzhak Rabin

History, it either repeats itself or we learn and grow from the mistakes of others. In history we had not so great men and we had more than great men, the way they thought, their actions, and their war tactics shaped the modern day leaders. The peace maker, and the king among kings share a lot of things in history like war and peace, home life, and love lives. In this essay I will be talking about Julius Caesar and Yitzhak Rabin lives in history and comparing these two great leaders in history.

It is hard to say when Julius Caesar was born, but it is estimated that he was born July 12 or 13, 100 BC. His family are far from rich, He is the son of Gaius Caesar and Aurelia Caesar, however his father died when he was 16 so he stayed very close to his mother. Caesar married a nobleman’s daughter name Cornelia, they both had a daughter, Julia Caesaris, but sadly Cornelia died in 69 BC. Two years later he marries the granddaughter of the dictator Sulla, Pompeia, they were married for five years before they were divorce. He married for the final time to a young lady, Calpurnia, whom will stay with him till the end, even though he had numerous mistresses including Cleopatra VII, whom she had a baster son name Caesarion. Raging with anger, the dictator Sulla demanded that Caesar either divorced or loss all his land, he instead joined the military. Before Sulla died, Caesar and a couple of his closest friends convince him to let Caesar back into Rome. Caesar rose to power, others got jealous and even one of the leaders were not fully over his enemy, however Caesar, Marcus Licinius Crassus, and Pompey became known as the First Triumvirate. Once again Caesar shows his abilities as someone who can negotiate and unit people together. Soon after however Pompey grew more and more jealous of his partner, while Crassus never got over his disdain for Pompey. All three patch things up for a little while in 56 BC in Luca, Caesar already ruled a territorial and extended for another five years, gave Crassus a five – year term in Syria and gave Spain to Pompey for Five years as well. Three years later Crassus was killed in a terrible battle in Syria, at the same

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