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His decisiveness, abilities to out-wit his opponents made it possible for him to gain a strong following.
He was eventually assassinated by his friend Brutus.
He did the noble deed of unifying many Greek city states.
He was undefeated in battle and succumbed to malaria and died in 323 BC.
These are some gems because of their sheer presence and charisma and whether or not these people use their talent for good things has always been a nature vs nurture debate.
But the world has seen many great leaders in all the parts of the world but some of the leaders have had not only an influence on their own countries but on the world. We take into consideration here, only the fact that these few were great leaders and not whether for good or bad. Fidel Castro Fidel Castro is one of the two faces of the Cuban Revolution which started around the year 1953.
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.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.He was born in 356 BC and by the age of 33, he had the largest empire in the history which stretched from Greece to Egypt to India.He was the king of the Kingdom of Macedonia and perhaps, he was the greatest military commander to have ever lived.