Essay on julius caesar comparation

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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
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In September 1894, Czar Alexander became gravely ill with nephritis. Despite a steady stream of doctors and priests who visited him, the Czar died on November 1, 1894 at the age of 49.Twenty-six year old Nicholas reeled from both the grief of losing his father and the tremendous responsibility now placed upon his shoulders.

The rise of power for Julius Caesar was obtained by his own well planned strategy. The tremendous support from his legions and his personal attributes as a general and the use of force to steal the power from the Republic and proclaime himself as a king. Czar Nicholas ll attended the best military schools, and he received a better education than Julius Caesar but Nicholas ll obtained the power and the position of the Czar of Russia after the death of his father.

The fall of Julius Caesar and Tsar Nicholas ll

Julius Caesar returned to Rome in 45 BC as a dictator, he allowed the Senate to continue working except that he replaced disloyal senators with his own appointments of loyal men. Caesar should have used his position to make powerless those he had removed from the Senate but he did not. Caesar did not take away their wealth and these men plotted against him.

On March 15, 44 BCE, Caesar was assassinated by the senators in the portico of the basilica of Pompey the Great. Among the assassins were Marcus Junius Brutus, Caesar’s second choice as heir, and Gaius Cassius Longinus, along with many others. Caesar was stabbed twenty

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