In the Peloponnesian War who started the war? 

In the Peloponnesian War, who started the war? And why? (Answer with reference to specific passages, citing Book and Paragraph Numbers] Was Pericles a good leader?

In the Peloponnesian War who started the war?

Firstly, In the Peloponnesian War, who started the war? And why? (Answer with reference to specific passages, citing Book and Paragraph Numbers]
Secondly, Was Pericles a good leader?

Thirdly, Were the Athenians right to refuse to allow Melos to remain neutral?

Fourthly, What does Machiavelli think of Agathocles?

Further, Were Britain and France justified in declaring war on Nazi Germany? (Answer with reference to Just War Theory, the Revisionist Theory of the Reductive Individualists, and your own views).

Moreover, Was the United States justified in fighting a war in Vietnam? (Answer with reference to Just War Theory, the Revisionist Theory of the Reductive Individualists, and your own views).

 

More details;

Firstly, Who won the Peloponnesian War and why?
Athens was forced to surrender, and Sparta
won the Peloponnesian War in 404 BC. Spartans terms were lenient. First, the democracy was replace d by on oligarchy of thirty Athenians, friendly to Sparta. The Delian League was shut down, and Athens was reduced to a limit of ten triremes.

Secondly, What happened in the Peloponnesian War?
The War fought between the two leading city-states in ancient Greece, Athens and Sparta. Description: The Peloponnesian War (431-404 B.C.) took place between the Athenian empire and Peloponnesian league lead by the Spartans. … The war ended on 25 April 404 B.C. when Athens surrendered.

Lastly, How many died in the Peloponnesian War?
In 430 BC, a plague struck the city of Athens, which was then under siege by Sparta during the Peloponnesian War (431-404 BC). In the next 3 years, most of the population was infected, and perhaps as many as 75,000 to 100,000 people, 25% of the city’s population, died.