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Most important People for the Allies in WW2

Can you guess some of the most important people for the Allied Powers in WW2? People are from France/ Free France, Britain, U.S.A., Yugoslavia, the British Dominions and Greece.
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Last updated: April 5, 2022
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Supreme Commander of the American army in Europe. President from 1953-1961.
Dwight Eisenhower
Vice President of F.D.R. President from April 1945-1953. Made the decision to drop the atomic bombs on Nagasaki and Hiroshima, ending the war with Japan.
Harry Truman
Marshal of France and eventually became the leader of Vichy France from 1940-1944.
Philippe Petain
Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army and Field Marshall for the Philippine army. Played a major role in D-Day.
Douglas MacArthur
Leader of American invasion of Sicily/Italy, Normandy/France, and Morocco/Africa. Died in Car Crash in December, 1945.
George Patton
Prime Minister of Britain from 1940-1945 and 1951-1955. British Admiral from 1911-1915 and 1939-1940.
Winston Churchill
Army leader of France from 1912-1944. Leader of Free France from 1944-1946. Began the Fifth Republic while being president from 1959-1969.
Charles de Gaulle
President of U.S.A. from 1933-1945. 32nd President of the U.S.A. Started the New Deal. Died from a hemorrhage in April, 1945.
Franklin Roosevelt
Vice President of F.D.R. served from 1945-1953. Made the decision to drop the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 33rd President of U.S.A.
Harry Truman
Prime Minister of Britain from 1937-1940, resigned after defeat in Norway.
Neville Chamberlain
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Prime Minister of Canada from 1921-1926, 1926-1930 and 1935-1948.
Mackenzie King
Viceroy of the British Raj from 1936-1943.
Lord Linlithgow
Field Marshall of the British in WW1 and WW2. Also served in the Irish Independence War.
Bernard Montgomery
American General who won a Medal of Honor for his raid on Japan.
James Doolittle
Prime Minister of France from 1931-1932 and from 1935-1936. President of France in 1940. President of Free France from 1942-1944.
Pierre Laval
Prime Minister of Australia from 1941-1945 and lead Australia in the Pacific War.
John Curtin
Prime Minister of New Zealand from 1940-1949 and lead New Zealand in the Pacific War.
Peter Fraser
King of Norway from 1905-1957 and hid in the woods of Norway with his son after Germany took over.
Haakon VII
Military Leader for South Africa and the prime minister of South Africa from 1919-1924 and 1939-1948.
Jan Smuts
American General who led the largest army to ever be commanded under one man (1.3 million).
Omar Bradley
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