Hard to say if, 500 years from now, he'll be as well remembered as Beethoven. Probably not. But maybe. If humans even still exist then. I think Malbaby is probably right.
For example, if people learn anything about the history of the Netherlands, it's typically focused on the Dutch Golden Age.
In 500 years, students of history, if there are any, will likely be very interested in the explosion of music, art, and technology that happened in the U.S. from 1945–2000. It was a unique time and place in history. For a brief moment in history, the things that mattered happened in America.
I forgot the one T and that's that?
It took just writing 'Ho' for Ho Chi Minh!
And then it only gave me 67% for that answer.
Elvis look like he is gonna sneeze, I thought kfc when seeing twain.. and mcarthur looks like bruce willis.
The others were very easy. Tolstoy was moderately easy.
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