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Athens lose the Peloponnesian war.
By all calculations Sparta should have lost the war. Athenians had strong leadership and the money to finance a war. Their Navy ruled the seas and was virtually unbeatable on the seas. Sparta had little money, weak leadership, and no navy. Their only true strength was a strong ground force. Sparta is able to win the war by obtaining Persian monies as support, a strong leader (Lysander), and reaping the rewards of the Athenians mishaps. Athens leadership failed to realize the cost of a lengthy war. Their were several internal conflicts that ranged from political leaders private ambitions, i…
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