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Leaders of World War II In the ancient world the only way a person could become famous through out the world was to be some sort of king master warlord or a descendent of a holy entity Monarchies that last lasted long enough kept the memories of their former leaders alive conquered peoples never forgot the names of their conquerors and religions have a knack for constantly worshiping the same divine prophets Some remain of the ancient celebrities are still famous to this day many of them now shrouded in the mists of time and have become slightly warped by literature and business For example the charitable St Nicholas warped by language translations and commercialism is now a large gift giving elf by the name of Santa Claus But in this day and age where anyone can record anything he or she wants to will any of the present day lords and prophets shine as brightly through the shroud of mythology and time as the ones of old In 500 years - providing anyone is still alive to care - a few men and women will stand out against the haze of time and represent the twentieth century If there is a group among them will be at least man involved in World War II Roosevelt Churchill Tojo and Hitler -especially Hitler - are all candidates for the group because of their involvements in the bloodiest wars of the twentieth century In this worldblood is a hard thing to forget about Which ones and in what light theyll be remembered in depends entirely on the biases of historians and the abilities of governments to cover up the embarrassing moments blemishing the memories of their leaders So if the United States is still around and as powerful as now in five centuries - and hopefully it will - FD Roosevelt will most likely be one of the mist breakers from the second world war because
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