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Famous Historical Leaders

Given their role, title, or other clue representing a famous historical leader, click the name.
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Quiz by Tregog
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Last updated: September 13, 2022
First submittedSeptember 13, 2022
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Anti-colonist who led a non-violent capaign for Indian freedom.
First leader of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Prestigious ruler of the first empire in world history
President of the United States during its civil war
Nazi leader who perpetrated the vile acts of the holocaust
General renowned for his victories for Rome, especially in the Second Punic War
Spartan king who famously defeated Persian king Xerxes in 480 BCE
Last Shogunate of Japan
First and only emperor of his respective Chinese dynasty
Viking told to have died in a snake pit around 852 AD
German general in World War II who committed suicide in 1944 to avoid trial for treason; Nicknamed the Desert fox.
Originally known as First Consul, he later became emperor of France.
Man who is partially responsible for the 1871 German unification and was the first Chancellor until 1890
Only woman Pharaoh
Most famous Khagan of the Mongol Empire
Abraham Lincoln
Adolf Hitler
Erwin Rommel
Genghis Khan
Hatshepsut
Leonidas
Mahatma Gandhi
Napoleon Bonaparte
Otto Von Bismark
Qin Shi Huang
Ragnar Lothbrok
Sargon
Scipio Africanus
Tokugawa Yoshinobu
Vladimir Lenin
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Nov 30, 2022
This is a good quiz! One thing I might note, though, the Spartans lost the Battle of Thermopylae. It was definitely a very hard earned victory for the Persians, made possible only because of Ephialtes' betrayal (as per Herodotus), but the Spartans did lose, and Leonidas was killed there. A better phrasing of the question might be that the Spartans famously battled the Persians, as opposed to having defeated them.