Adolph Hitler (german leader)
Nazi Dictator and Fuhrer of the 3rd Reich who started WWII and the holocaust
Herman Goering (german leader)
2nd in command of the Nazis and economic leader during WWII
Erwin Rommel (german leader)
Nazi General and D- day leader in France
Rudolph Hess (german leader)
He was Hitler's Secretary and deputy. He flew to England in 1941 and was captured and imprisoned until 1987.
Winston Churchill (British Leader)
Prime Minister of England from 1940-1945 and 1951-1953. Great leader during WWI and later awarded the Nobel Peace Prize
Franklin D. Roosevelt (American Leader)
32nd President of U.S. from 1933-1945. President during WWII who died the last year of the war
Harry Truman (American Leader)
33rd President of USA who was Roosevelt's vice president and took over after Roosevelt died. Authorized the atomic bomb over Japan to end the war.
Dwight D. Eisenhower (American Leader)
Army General who led D-Day invasion or Europe. He later became the 35th President of the USA.
Douglas MacArthur (American Leader)
Army General who led the troops in the Pacific against Japan
George S. Patton (American Leader)
WWI and WWII Army General who led in Africa, Italy and Battle of the Bulge
Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto (Japanese Leader)
Headed the navy for Japan during the Pearl Harbor attack.
Japan Army head and Prime Minister from 1941-1944
Brutal communist dictator of the Soviet Union from 1926 - 1953. Led the Soviet Union through WWII
Italian fascist dictator that needed Hitler to keep him in power. Mussolini was later killed by Italians