Napoleon Bonaparte (1769 – 1821). This talented military leader won more than in a hundred battles and was the Emperor of France from 1804 till 1815. Napoleon became a general when he was 24 years old and 11 years later Napoleon became the Emperor of France. Under his leadership the French troops conquered the lands of Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Egypt and many others, including even Moscow.
Tamerlane (1336 – 1405). This great commander and conqueror had a great role in the history of Asia, the Caucasus and even Russia. The great Emir of the Timurid Empire has been fighting all his life. His troops managed to seize the lands of Central Asia, Southern Kazakhstan, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan. There were successful battles with the Golden Horde, due to them Russia could become free from the Tartar yoke.
Genghis Khan (1155 – 1227). The Great Khan of the Mongol Empire was a very cruel and at the same time a wise ruler. He managed to conquer Mongolia, China, southern Siberia, Central Asia and Kazakhstan, the Caucasus and even Russia. The army of Genghis Khan was very disciplined, the violation of the order was punished by death.
Attila, known as Scourge of God (?- 453). The ruler of the Huns has conquered the territory from the Volga to France, including the Balkans, Central Europe and Northern Italy. He’s known as bloodthirsty and ruthless conqueror, who destroyed the Roman Empire and seized Constantinople. However, he died not as a great conqueror – according to historians, Attila died during intimacy with a woman.
Alexander the Great (356-323 BC). The king of Macedonia and Asia is known as a great conqueror, and at the same time as a loser. He was the founder of a vast empire, which however collapsed immediately after the ruler’s death. The greatest conquests of Alexander were the lands of modern Bulgaria, northern Greece, Turkey, Syria, Egypt and other countries up to India. The commander was 8 times seriously wounded but he died of a fever at the age of 33 years.