Watch out here comes the greeks. Where did they come from.
200,000 Persians where ready to fight
weapons, food, water, and medical supplies.
Me and my fellow Spartans will keep supplying all of the Greek soldiers.
We may only have 7,000 soldiers but we will beat you in this war.-Greeks
king Leonidas and Sparta
How could they, they cut of our army's supplies.-Persians
The persians loaded up and sailed all of their 600 ships and unloaded and waited three days until they said lets go to athens and find the greeks. So they where loading up their ships when the greeks came out of nowhere and boom greeks win the Battle of Marathon.
Battle at Thermopylae
Top 300 men stay with me and fight and all other troupes go home
WHAT SHOULD WE DO ?
After the Persians got over their furiousness King Xerxes invaded Greece with 200,000 military troupes. The Greek city - states all came to together to fight the Persians. Sparta supplied soldiers, and themistocles controlled navy forces and created a battle plan for this battle.
The strait win for Athens
Now we sink their ships.
The sad part was that Sparta only had 7,000 soldiers compared to 200,000 Persians. Sparta's plan was to defeat them by cutting of their army's supplies and to stop them from reaching Athens.
The last battle - Plataea
A traitor lead the Greeks to the persians but the Persians locked them in. King Leonidas dismissed all his troops except for his top 300 men and himself, they tried to fight but unfortunately they lost and that was the end of the Battle of Thermopylae.
Themistocles of Athens came up with a plan to lure the Persians into the strait. The Persians had huge boats and the Athenians had small boats that would fit in the striat. Once the Persian ships were to hard and big to move the Greeks came in and drowned all their ships.
This was the last battle. All of the Greeks came together to form the strongest army yet. Now it was an even amount of soldiers 100,000 Athenians and 100,000 Persians. The Greeks fought really hard and won now Persia did not have ANY control over the Greek city-states.