Alexander the Great vs. Julius Caesar
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When it comes to legendary commanders, in the western world there are two names that invariably rise to the top of the list – but which one was truly the greatest? Welcome to and today we’ll be taking to the front lines as we compare Julius Caesar and Alexander the Great to determine who was truly the superior leader.

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  1. Alexander participated in every battle his soldiers fought in thus giving him much more fighting experience

  2. Alexander did much more than Julius Caesar ever could have, conquering the Persian empire was much more of a difficult task than Julius Caesar conquering Gaul

  3. Alexander was king at age 20 and was always in the frontline never loss a battle and took down the persian empire. The only man that can stand a chance againts him is genghis khan. But genghis khan wasnt a god at age 30 like Alexander was. I can only imagine what he could have done if he lived longer

  4. Everyplace Alexander the great conquered was changed forever. His tactics are still use till this day

  5. “And when Alexander saw the breadth of his domain, he wept for there were no more worlds to conquer…”
    -Hans Gruber (Die Hard)

  6. Last one should’ve went to Cesar. Alexander’s army revolted against him in his campaign into India. He did not take their request not to fight into consideration, and paid for it.

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