They all played a big role in how Lloyd George became the Prime Minister without a party and the conservatives where the party in coalition with him. The first reason why Lloyd George and the conservatives won the elections is because of Lloyd George himself. One of the main reasons for this was because he was a great public speaker and socially impressed people. This was important because he had to get the public onside to get the vote. He did this by telling the people that land fit for heroes would come out of the war.
In Transalpine Gaul Caesar was given the opportunity to win military glory and extent the influence of Rome because of the disturbances among the Gaul’s. Invading Transalpine Gaul also provided Caesar with great wealth that he would need to finance his future career. In the two year period of 58-56, Caesar defeated the Helvetii and the Suebi. Caesar took advantage of these opportunities. With the Helvetii 400 000 Gallic people where migrating through the northern corner of the province.
He claims to have donated one hundred million sesterces in various dedications, and thirty-five thousand pounds of gold dedicated in his triumph of 29 BC. The effect of great games was also not lost on Rome's first emperor. Much like Caesar before him and those that followed, he used the games in grand style to control the populace. He lays out numerous times in which the games were hosted in his name or in those of family members. Five times he apparently hosted grand combat tournaments involving gladiators from all over the Roman world.
Speer was instantly enchanted by Hitler’s speech and voice, he described himself as being in awe. Speer later claimed that he had joined the Nazi Party as a follower of Hitler. Albert Speer’s luck became a key element as to how he rose to prominence, beginning with Karl Hanke offering Speer early redecoration work for the Nazi Party. Speer succeeded in this job, and impressed Hanke greatly hence giving Speer many more opportunities with the Nazi Party. It wasn’t long before he became a rather highly regarded member of the Nazi party, being asked to take on high-ranking jobs Nazi’s.
Napoleon went on by being a successful leader because; he crowned himself emperor which was a big accomplishment for him. He brought together all the legal reforms of the revolution and mixed them with other existing French laws, he then ordered officials to reorganize laws into the Civil code (Napoleonic Code) which was a new set of laws in the nation. Although people were unhappy with the current laws he created, it gave people more freedom for religion speech and thought. In 1796 napoleon won victories in multiple places including; Italy, Lodi, Castiglione, and Arcole which represented himself as a leader. Napoleon was also a strong leader because he thought of his people; he made a new program of public works that employed many.
Pallas did this job with such efficiency that Cornelius Scipio proposed before the Senate that he be rewarded. While he occupied a position of power all throughout Claudius’ reign (and gained over 3,000,000 sesterces), it was not until the arrival of Agrippina that he came to particular prominence and overtook Narcissus as the most influential freedman. Background and rise to prominence – Narcissus Tiberius Claudius Narcissus was a freedman who used his position ab epistulis (correspondence secretary) to become a minister of state and became the most powerful of all freedman. He was part of the core of the imperial court throughout the reign of Emperor Claudius where he was in charge of correspondence. It is said that Narcissus was well known due to his extreme wealth of over 400,000,000 sesterces.
No longer a mere Nazi architect, Speer was now in charge of German construction and energy industries, including: armaments production, transportation, placements and authority over raw materials and industrial production. When assessing Speer’s success as Minister of Armaments and War Production it is vital to acknowledge the extensive use of slave labour which he enforced. This factor is incredibly predominant as it was the driving force behind the increase in munitions production; hence, prolonging the war. When trialled at Nuremberg Speer argued
Immigration is a benefit to America for quite a few reasons. The reason America went from being a British outpost to a global superpower is simple: immigration. From the country’s birth, immigrants have created an immense impact on the stability of the country, again, as shown in “The General History of Virginia”, “Captain Smith, who, by his own good words, and fair promises set some to mow, others to bind thatch, some to build houses, some to thatch them, himself always bearing the greatest task for his own share.” (Smith, 1607). By this, the point is clear that the first immigrants of America we extremely hardworking, all of the immigrants from then to now have resulted in a massive workforce that practically built a nation from the ground up. Not only did immigrants literally build this country’s first colonies but immigration also created a booming economy and one of the biggest success stories of any nation in
Speer had substantial power and was also said to be the second most powerful man in the Third Reich after Hitler. His contribution were significant and included the possibility of prolonging Germany's defence as Minister for Armaments and Munitions, as consequently due to that it allowed the continuation of the racial policies, also using his architectural ability to endorse Nazism and nationalism, being given the chance to build ˜Germania' and whose designs of the Olympics gained recognition for Germany
Alexander himself expected that he would be remembered after his death. He once said to his soldiers that “Hardship and danger are the price of glory, and that sweet is the savour of a life of courage and of deathless renown beyond the grave”. He was aware that his actions were so great that they would continue to have an impact even when he was no longer alive. Additionally, Alexander affected the way people after his time strategized in regards to military techniques. He developed military tactics that were used many years after his reign, and helped to shape war today.