What can be found in the activities of Oliver Cromwell and Julius Caesar? What are the differences? Which ones are random and which ones are not?
“Plebeian” Oliver Cromwell and the patrician Julius Caesar reached the highest power, heading the war democracy – a professional army. The difference is that Caesar got his army ready, and Cromwell’s army was created by him from the militia during the revolution. The conquest of Ireland by Cromwell is a complete analogue of the conquest of Gaul by Caesar.
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