Julius Caesar is one of the best known politicians statesman, and generals in Roman history. He was the one person who brought about the effective end of the Republic. From a noble but poor Roman family, Caesar made was first a soldier. As a member of the First Triumvirate with Pompey and Crassus, he was one of the most powerful men in Rome. He fought a great Civil War with Pompey for mastery of Rome. After building up an army in Gaul, Caesar marched against the Senate in 49 B.C.E., and defeated his Pompey at the battle of Pharsalus. As dictator of Rome, he started a lot of political and social reforms On the Ides of March, 44 B.C., he was assassinated by a conspiracy of Senators, including Brutus in the Senate House of Rome.
There were many important historical events that Julius Caesar was a part of in his lifetime. Julius Caesar was the first person to be elected as a part of the consul of the Triumvirate. The definition of a Triumvirate is rule by three and Caesar formed this with two to other emperors; Pompey and Crassus. The Triumvirate was a big idea the Roman Empire and it continued beyond Caesar's death. Another event that Julius Caesar has been a part of was all of the military lands he conquered. He is recognized to have invaded Britain, conquer Gaul and surrounding regions and successfully defeat Pompey and his army. This made him look like a very prominent (and he was) military leader. That was some important historical events that took place during Caesar's reign.
Julius Caesar can be compared to many different things, people, places, and ideas in time. Adolph Hitler and Julius Caesar had very similar ideas in their thoughts about dictatorship. If they both had not been assassinated at such a young age, their accomplishments could have been at a much higher level (in good and bad ways). Both of them had very similar expectations for their army. They both wanted to rule everyone and to be the best.