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  • List of Famous Dead People: Category - Leaders

    Yasser Arafat: Born: 1929-08-24 - Died: 2004-11-11
    Arafat was the Palestinian leader and leader of the secular Fatah political party.
    Ho Chi Minh: Born: 1890-05-19 - Died: 1969-09-02
    A Vietnamese communist, he formed the Vietminh, a Communist organization, to fight against the Japanese in world war II. In 1945 he announced the formation of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, and continued the fight against foreign occupation, this time by the french, the prewar colonial power. Fighting continued until 1954 when the french were […]
    Adolf Hitler: Born: 1889-04-20 - Died: 1945-04-30
    He led Germany into the II world war. He was responsible for the holacaust the sistematic liquidation of 6 million jews and others.
    Genghis Khan: Born: 1162 AD - Died: 1227-08-18
    Mongolian conquering prince, who united the mongolian tribes and carved out an empire stretching from estern Europe to china. To this day he is venerated in Mongolia as the father of the country.
    Winston Churchill: Born: 1874-11-30 - Died: 1965-01-24
    He was the most famous Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in the 20ths century and led England in the II World War.
    George S. Patton: Born: 1885-11-11 - Died: 1945-12-21
    One of the most strong, flamboyant and popular American Generals of the European Theater in World War II.
    Josef Stalin: Born: 1878-12-18 - Died: 1953-03-05
    Dictator of the Soviet Union. Led the Soviet Union in World War II against Nazi Germany.
    Gaius Julius Caesar: Born: 100 BC - Died: 44 BC
    Emperor of Rome.
    Sun Tzu: Born: 544 BC - Died: 496 BC
    Chinese General and author of “The Art of War”, the most popular book about military strategy in the world. In modern times “The Art of War” was applied in other fields like Business and Management.
    Vladimir Lenin: Born: 1870-04-22 - Died: 1924-01-21
    Premier of the Soviet Union.
    Napoleon Bonaparte: Born: 1769-08-15 - Died: 1821-05-05
    Emperor of the French. He is remembered by many as a military genius.
    James Monroe: Born: 1758-04-28 - Died: 1831-07-04
    James Monroe was the fifth president of the United States. He held office from 1817 to 1825. During his time, the acquisition of Florida was made, the Missouri Compromise, and the Monroe Doctrine, which severed all ties with France left from the war of 1812.
    Andrew Jackson: Born: 1767-03-15 - Died: 1845-06-08
    Andrew Jackson was the 7th president of the United States of America. His face can be found on the American Twenty Dollar Bill. He was the first president that an assassination attempt was made upon. Prior to his presidency, he was the military governor of Florida, and the commander of the American Forces at the […]
    Grover Cleveland: Born: 1837-03-18 - Died: 1908-06-24
    Stephen Grover Cleveland was the 22nd as well as the 24th president of the United States making him the only president in history to serve two terms that weren’t back to back. Benjamin Harrison held office in between. Cleveland was also the 28th Governor of New York just before his first presidential term. He was […]
    Herbert Hoover: Born: 1874-08-10 - Died: 1964-10-20
    Herbert Hoover was the 31st President of the United States and held office from 1929 to 1933. He took over after Calvin Coolidge (whom he held the title of Secretary of Commerce under) and was replaced by Franklin D. Roosevelt. He had also been the Secretary of Commerce under Warren Harding. Hoover, a republican, beat […]