Leaders Of T He Horrific World War Ii

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There were many leaders of the horrific World War II. Over 20 different countries were took part in World War II. Nonetheless but, there were three leaders that stand out from the rest of them: Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the U.S. This is the leader that brought the U.S out of the Great Depression. Joseph Stalin, the most known dictator of Russia, the famous leader of the red army. Adolf Hitler, the dictator of Germany, the leader of the Nazis, and the one that is holocaust. They were the major leader of World War two. They changed the events of World War II.
Adolf Hitler took full control of Germany in 1933. Hitler was born in April 20, 1889, in Braunau am inn, Austria. ...view middle of the document...

Hitler committed suicide in fear of landing into enemy.
Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd president (March 4, 1933-April 12, 1945). Franklin was born January 30, 1882, in Hyde Park, New York. He was born into a wealthy family, also came from a family that had power in the U.S. Franklin studied law at Columbia University Law School and passed the bar exam in 1907, though he didn't receive a degree. In 1910 Franklin ran for New York senate. In 1914 Roosevelt ran for a U.S senate seat. While vacationing at Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada, he was diagnosed as having contracted polio. Roosevelt took office in March of 1933, there were 13 million unemployed Americans, and hundreds of banks were closed. Roosevelt faced the greatest crisis in American history since the Civil War. In his first year as president he passed a bill known as the “New Deal”. Just before 8 a.m. on December 7, 1941 Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt went to war with Japan. Shortly after that Japan’s allies declared war on the U.S. After World War II ended the U.S was one of the few “superpowers” in the world. Roosevelt died on April 12, 1945, when still in office.
Joseph Stalin was born on December 18, 1879, in Gori, Georgia. In 1888 Stalin mother was able to put him into...

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