Top Ten Unifiers In HistoryIn this list a Unifier in history is someone who United their country during a time of war or disunity. It is mostly consistent of kings and emperors, although there may be at least one dictator.
The original Unifier, Qin Shih Huangdi conquered the six kingdoms and thus created China. - Jcaesar
Through military conquest and diplomacy, this big Kahuna United the Hawaiian islands as a kingdom in 1810. - Jcaesar
While not the first Emperor of Ethiopia, Tewodros did bring an end to the Zemene Mesafint in 1855, uniting a historically divided country. - Jcaesar
Nobunaga was the first of the three men who United Japan under one leader. He United the country in 1582 - Jcaesar
Born the son of a peasant, Liu Bang brought together ten kingdoms under one roof as the Han Empire in 201 AD. - Jcaesar
Yet another Roman emperor, this one brought the over powerful Palmyra empire and Gallic empire to their knees. In 273-74 AD. - Jcaesar
This guy basically did the same thing in 324 AD except the empire was divided into four pieces. - Jcaesar
The first Emperor of Rome, Augustus United the east and west under his rule and created the greatest empire the world has ever known. - Jcaesar
United the Germanic states into a current world power.
Unified the German states with swift accuracy
"...Not through speeches and majority decisions will the great questions of the day be decided - that was the great mistake of 1848 and 1849 - but by iron and blood."
Although he is generally overlooked in history, King Phillip of Macedonia achieved what many people thought was impossible in 338 because. He United the Greek city States under one king. - Jcaesar
Funny how he's number 13, as he arguably united the 13 colonies
This dictator United the Congo under one government in 1971 and although he was a brutal tyrant he still held his country together. - Jcaesar
King Victor Emmanuel was the king of Sardinia-Piedmont, and under his rule, Italy was unified. He also employed Giuseppe Garibaldi and his Red Shirts to conquer The Two Sicilies and his other armies were able to push the pope back from his Papal States and into the walls of the Vatican