Greeks to rebel and Athens sending ships to help but the Persians crushed them.
The Persians were going to expand their empire.
But the Greeks and Persians ruled differently which caused the
The Greeks decided to trick the Persians by not showing up
To attack when the Persians were in the water packing up, that's how they won
So the Persians decide to pack up and that's when the Greeks decided
The Persians beat the Spartans at Thermopylae and a traitor helped the Persians to attack the Greeks
So sadly the Greeks lost the battle of Thermopylae
The Greeks Leonidas dismissed his trooped and had 300 men fight to the end
Athens lured the Persian's big ships into the narrow water way
The Greeks were able to sink about 300 ships, That's how the Greeks won
Athens ships were small enough to fit through and trap the Persian's ships
The Greeks defeated the Persian army and the Persians lost control of the Greek city-states
The Greeks come together to build a strong army and both sides had over 100,000 soilders
After the Persians lost their control of the Greek city-states, the Persian Empire slowly weekend. As at the time Xerxes was the king, he was a very weak king that didn't give Persia the push that it needed. So the empire sadly fell.