His small armies are known to have triumphed over larger armies.
His determination, perseverance and the patriotic devotion towards the nation motivated the Britishers to go forward and win the war with the help of the Allies.
‘Keep Calm And Carry On’, he said, and won the war and the hearts. Julius Caesar Julius Caesar was a Roman military commander and a genius, to say the very least.
He too has great conquests and his empire was almost the entire Indian sub-continent. After the bloody Kalinga War, he was so deeply moved and pained by the suffering that he denounced his throne and all his wealth and adopted Buddhism.
Today, he is known as an important champion of Buddhism and he preached the values of Buddhism and the lesson from Buddha’s life to the people. Winston Churchill The most crucial and the most important time for a leader to show their true worth is in the face of adversity and Winston Churchill managed to shine at the task.
He went on to become the President and the Prime Minister of Cuba in the years after the Cuban Revolution.
He devised and put into action the entire Cuban Revolution during which he had to face many problems, crisis and also many attempts of assassination.
He was the British Prime Minister and leader during the WW II.
He was an able leader, an emotional man but his greatest victory was in his motivation for others to defend themselves against the Nazis.
The famous Shakespearean tragedy ‘Julius Caesar’ is based on his life. Franklin D Roosevelt Franklin Roosevelt, also called FDR, was an American statesmen and a political leader who helped America during some of the worst years like The Great Depression.
Roosevelt was afflicted with polio at the age of 29 and he was left paralyzed in both his legs.