Alexander The Great: Hero Or Villain?

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Alexander the Great funny you think that, but he is not so great. Take into thought of every single tremendously horrendous warfare he has committed and you can tell already that he is a villain. As stated in the PowerPoint, “Forces spent three years ruthlessly putting down any resistance slaughtering males and selling females and children into slavery”. In the most insightful way, he charged his way to the top as a leader. His army did away with anyone out of their mind to question Alexander. Would you want the ruthless Alexander as your hero?

Alexander made a huge expansion in his empire, but not with the best intentions. He has killed thousands of innocent people to control every part of Asia and Europe. In accordance with http://heroorvillian.yolasite.com/,
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Alexander did not do anything right to improve his wrong. For example, in chrome-extension://gbkeegbaiigmenfmjfclcdgdpimamgkj/views/app.html it says. “Killed 6,000 Thebans, sold 20,000 into slavery, destroyed the entire city”. Alexander brutally ended all rebellion in Theban while unifying it. Also inhttps://www.reference.com/history/bad-things-alexander-great-did-dd29234e05d4f3d2 it states, “Alexander the Great committed numerous acts of violence and destruction as a military leader, including destroying the ancient city of Persepolis and knocking down prominent statues and religious figures.” During Alexander’s power trip he has caused a lot of …show more content…
Most people think he was a hero because while referring to the textbook, “Alexander’s efforts to build an empire made him one of the greatest conquerors in history”, thus giving him the name Alexander “the Great”. Conversely, what really was important was how he ruled and conquered; most of his “genius” ideas came from his father, not him. Doc: 2 stated, “Army that he had was good only because of Philip of Macedon’s reorganization, reformed and strengthened army”. Only with Philip’s army, Alexander could have gone far with “his” success. Consequently Alexander the great wasn’t much of a

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