- Anne Frank
- Winston Churchill
- Harry S. Truman
- Eleanor Roosevelt
- Curious George?
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Audie Murphy, the most decorated American soldier of ww2. He was basically Captain America without the super soldier serum. When they made a movie about him they toned it down because they thought that the Audience wouldn't believe what actually happened
Then the Castners cutthroats a bunch of badasses who were a bunch of scouts recruited from the Aleuts and various outdoorsmen who scouted the Aleutians in the aleutian campaign up in Alaska
Fun "Rumor": Winston Churchill had already cracked the enigma code before pearl harbour. Japan used a similar code. Churchill was well informed of the attack. Rosevelt was tracking Japanese messages but the Japanese version was nowhere near the UK. Winston could've shared the intercepted message from Berlin, but he chose not to. Because he knew it'll drag America into the war. What message do you ask? That's right, what message..
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I loved Anne Frank but in School, I did a Term Paper on Eleanor and got an AMinus. Plus she Reminded me of my Dad's Mom, my Grandma. xx
Am I limited to just those options or can I pick someone else? If I’m limited to those Eleanor Roosevelt is my favorite, but if not then I choose Louis Zamperini. He wasn’t a political figure, just an Olympic runner that fought in the Air Force during WW2 and was captured by the Japanese after his plane crashed into the ocean, and he survived extreme torment and abuse in POW camps until the end of the war. The book (and movie based on it) Unbroken is based on him.