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Napoleon Bonaparte and Alexander the Great

Summary: A comparison of Napoleon Bonaparte and Alexander the Great and their strategies for success.
Many historians consider Napoleon Bonaparte and Alexander the Great to be two of the greatest military geniuses of all time. Bonaparte used his incredible intelligence and skills of manipulation to earn respect and support from the French people, and to eventually gain great power. Alexander the Great's perseverance and great battle strategies allowed him to increase his power, and the dominance of his empire. While both these men had similar qualities in attaining leadership, their strategies were also quite diverse.

Before the French Revolution, the citizens of France were belittled by the unorganized laws of the monarchy. Lead by the bourgeois, the public attempted to reach for change and furthermore catalyzing the French Revolution. Napoleon Bonaparte earned the respect and approval of the people when he first successfully defended a meeting of the National Convention against a group of armed royalists. He continued to gain followers and support...

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