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 The 1st
President of
the United States of
America.
 Commander in chief
of the Continental
army during the
American Revo...
 Military Leader of
The Confederate
Army during the
American Civil War.
 The 16th president of
the United States (at
the start of the Civil
War)
 Signed the
Emancipation
Proclamation.
 Dictator of Germany
 Leader of the Nazi
Party
 Self-Proclaimed
Emperor of Europe
 A Russian mystic with
an influence in the
later days of Russia's
Romanov dynasty.
 Believed to have
been a faith healer...
 Civil Rights Leader
 Gave the Famous “I
Have a Dream”
Speech
 Was assassinated in
Memphis TN.
 Inventor of peanut
agricultural science.
 Rose from slavery to
become a renowned
educator, scientist,
artist, and
human...
 Baseball Player who
crushed all the home
run records during
his playing days.
 714 home runs stands
3rd
all time
 Argu...
 Woman pilot who was
believed to have
disappeared over the
Bermuda Triangle
 Was the first woman
to fly alone across the...
 One of over one
million Jewish
children who died in
the Holocaust.
 She kept a diary full
of details of her
families at...
 One of the most
respected spiritual
and political leaders
of the Twentieth
Century.
 Helped free the
Indian people from...
 An American author,
political activist and
lecturer.
 Deaf and Blind
Woman who
overcame odds to
live a successful life.
 Developed the
special and general
theories of relativity.
 Won Nobel Prize in
1921.
 Considered the most
influential p...
 Won the Nobel Peace
Prize in 1979.
 Famous Catholic nun
who helped the poor
people of India.
 7th
President of The
United States.
 Became a national
hero during defeat of
British at the Battle of
New Orleans.
 Runaway slave from
Maryland who
became known as the
"Moses of her
people."
 Leader of the
Underground
Railroad during
S...
 Legendary leader of
the Zulu people.
 Fierce warrior,
brilliant military
strategist.
 At his death, the Zulu
controlle...
 Only U.S. President to
be elected to more
than 2 terms (4)
 Helped lead the U.S.
out of the Great
Depression with His
“...
 Became the first
African American to
play Major League
Baseball.
 Was also originally a
Tuskegee Airman.
 Undisputed King of
Rock 'n' Roll.
 Broke all single
records for musical
recordings (to date-
over 1 billion
records)
 ...
 One of the greatest
magicians and
showmen of the 20th
century.
 Some people
believed he was
murdered.?.?.
 Was an American
track and field
athlete. He
participated in the
1936 Summer
Olympics who won 4
gold medals at those
game...
 An English comedic
actor and filmmaker.
 Famous for silent film
comedies.
 King of Pop Music
 Music is renowned all
over the World.
 Very controversial life
that included several
appearance
tra...
 Chinese
revolutionary and
political leader.
 Believed that he was
the brother of Jesus
Christ and it was his
divine rig...
 Fascist dictator of
Italy
 Dictator of the Soviet
Union
 Considered one of
the greatest military
figures in history.
 Commanded several
units of American
Forces during WWII.
 British Prime Minister
during WWII.
 Good Friends with
FDR.
 An American actress,
singer, and model.
 Most famous for
secret affair with JFK
 Also married at one
time to Joe Dimag...
 35th
and youngest
President of the U.S.
 Instrumental in Civil
Rights Movement
 Assassinated before
1st
term was
compl...
 3rd
President of the
U.S.
 One of the original
framers of the
Constitution.
 Famous messenger
that rode through the
night to let the
Colonists know that
the British were
coming.
 American scientist,
inventor, statesman,
printer, and
philosopher.
 Discovered
Electricity
 Vietnamese
Communist leader
 a United States
astronaut, was the
first person to set foot
on the moon.
 An American
gangster who led a
crime syndicate
dedicated to
smuggling and
bootlegging
 Married the Prince of
Wales (Charles) in
one of the most
famous wedding
ceremonies of all
time
 Died in a tragic car
ac...
 Helped build the
formidable American
steel industry
 Nicknamed The
Kingfish, served as
the Governor of
Louisiana from 1928
to 1932
 Noted hunter and for
his unique style of
backwoods oratory.
 Fought and gave his
life at the Alamo.
 The American
founder of the Ford
Motor Company and
father of modern
assembly lines used
in mass production
 A British politician, a
philanthropist and a
leader of the
movement to abolish
the slave trade.
 A Mexican
revolutionary leader
who advocated for
the poor and wanted
agrarian reform.
 The 124th Emperor of
Japan
 Pioneered the study
of radioactivity in
1903
 Was an American
industrialist
 Revolutionized the
petroleum industry
 An English novelist
 Queen of England
and Queen of Ireland
 First Lady to
President John F.
Kennedy
 An American singer
who is considered
one of the finest
vocalists of all time,
 Was a Jamaican
singer-songwriter
and musician.
 Considered one of
the greatest guitar
players of all time.
 The 1st
First Lady of
the United States.
 Was an American
baseball player in the
1920s and 1930s
 One of the greatest
college football
coaches of all time.
 One of the Greatest
Football Coaches of
all time.
 An American film and
Broadway stage
dancer,
choreographer,
singer and actor.
 1st
person to complete
a solo flight across
the Atlantic.
Punoi:
Menduhije
Ndreu
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    1. 1.  The 1st President of the United States of America.  Commander in chief of the Continental army during the American Revolution
    2. 2.  Military Leader of The Confederate Army during the American Civil War.
    3. 3.  The 16th president of the United States (at the start of the Civil War)  Signed the Emancipation Proclamation.
    4. 4.  Dictator of Germany  Leader of the Nazi Party  Self-Proclaimed Emperor of Europe
    5. 5.  A Russian mystic with an influence in the later days of Russia's Romanov dynasty.  Believed to have been a faith healer  Died an unbelievable death
    6. 6.  Civil Rights Leader  Gave the Famous “I Have a Dream” Speech  Was assassinated in Memphis TN.
    7. 7.  Inventor of peanut agricultural science.  Rose from slavery to become a renowned educator, scientist, artist, and humanitarian.
    8. 8.  Baseball Player who crushed all the home run records during his playing days.  714 home runs stands 3rd all time  Arguably the greatest baseball player of all time.
    9. 9.  Woman pilot who was believed to have disappeared over the Bermuda Triangle  Was the first woman to fly alone across the Atlantic Ocean
    10. 10.  One of over one million Jewish children who died in the Holocaust.  She kept a diary full of details of her families attempt to hide from Nazis during the Holocaust.
    11. 11.  One of the most respected spiritual and political leaders of the Twentieth Century.  Helped free the Indian people from British rule through nonviolent resistance.
    12. 12.  An American author, political activist and lecturer.  Deaf and Blind Woman who overcame odds to live a successful life.
    13. 13.  Developed the special and general theories of relativity.  Won Nobel Prize in 1921.  Considered the most influential physicist of the 20th century.
    14. 14.  Won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979.  Famous Catholic nun who helped the poor people of India.
    15. 15.  7th President of The United States.  Became a national hero during defeat of British at the Battle of New Orleans.
    16. 16.  Runaway slave from Maryland who became known as the "Moses of her people."  Leader of the Underground Railroad during Slavery in the United States.
    17. 17.  Legendary leader of the Zulu people.  Fierce warrior, brilliant military strategist.  At his death, the Zulu controlled much of what is now Southern Africa.
    18. 18.  Only U.S. President to be elected to more than 2 terms (4)  Helped lead the U.S. out of the Great Depression with His “New Deal”  President during much of WWII.
    19. 19.  Became the first African American to play Major League Baseball.  Was also originally a Tuskegee Airman.
    20. 20.  Undisputed King of Rock 'n' Roll.  Broke all single records for musical recordings (to date- over 1 billion records)  Became a movie star as well.  Died at only 42 years of age.
    21. 21.  One of the greatest magicians and showmen of the 20th century.  Some people believed he was murdered.?.?.
    22. 22.  Was an American track and field athlete. He participated in the 1936 Summer Olympics who won 4 gold medals at those games. (Berlin, Germany).  Helped boost American moral during Hitler’s reign.
    23. 23.  An English comedic actor and filmmaker.  Famous for silent film comedies.
    24. 24.  King of Pop Music  Music is renowned all over the World.  Very controversial life that included several appearance transformations and sexual molestation charges (dropped).  Died at only 50 years of age.
    25. 25.  Chinese revolutionary and political leader.  Believed that he was the brother of Jesus Christ and it was his divine right to spread Christianity one way or another.
    26. 26.  Fascist dictator of Italy
    27. 27.  Dictator of the Soviet Union
    28. 28.  Considered one of the greatest military figures in history.  Commanded several units of American Forces during WWII.
    29. 29.  British Prime Minister during WWII.  Good Friends with FDR.
    30. 30.  An American actress, singer, and model.  Most famous for secret affair with JFK  Also married at one time to Joe Dimaggio.  Died a controversial death- Murdered???
    31. 31.  35th and youngest President of the U.S.  Instrumental in Civil Rights Movement  Assassinated before 1st term was completed.
    32. 32.  3rd President of the U.S.  One of the original framers of the Constitution.
    33. 33.  Famous messenger that rode through the night to let the Colonists know that the British were coming.
    34. 34.  American scientist, inventor, statesman, printer, and philosopher.  Discovered Electricity
    35. 35.  Vietnamese Communist leader
    36. 36.  a United States astronaut, was the first person to set foot on the moon.
    37. 37.  An American gangster who led a crime syndicate dedicated to smuggling and bootlegging
    38. 38.  Married the Prince of Wales (Charles) in one of the most famous wedding ceremonies of all time  Died in a tragic car accident in 1997  Did humanitarian work while alive
    39. 39.  Helped build the formidable American steel industry
    40. 40.  Nicknamed The Kingfish, served as the Governor of Louisiana from 1928 to 1932
    41. 41.  Noted hunter and for his unique style of backwoods oratory.  Fought and gave his life at the Alamo.
    42. 42.  The American founder of the Ford Motor Company and father of modern assembly lines used in mass production
    43. 43.  A British politician, a philanthropist and a leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade.
    44. 44.  A Mexican revolutionary leader who advocated for the poor and wanted agrarian reform.
    45. 45.  The 124th Emperor of Japan
    46. 46.  Pioneered the study of radioactivity in 1903
    47. 47.  Was an American industrialist  Revolutionized the petroleum industry
    48. 48.  An English novelist
    49. 49.  Queen of England and Queen of Ireland
    50. 50.  First Lady to President John F. Kennedy
    51. 51.  An American singer who is considered one of the finest vocalists of all time,
    52. 52.  Was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and musician.
    53. 53.  Considered one of the greatest guitar players of all time.
    54. 54.  The 1st First Lady of the United States.
    55. 55.  Was an American baseball player in the 1920s and 1930s
    56. 56.  One of the greatest college football coaches of all time.
    57. 57.  One of the Greatest Football Coaches of all time.
    58. 58.  An American film and Broadway stage dancer, choreographer, singer and actor.
    59. 59.  1st person to complete a solo flight across the Atlantic.
    60. 60. Punoi: Menduhije Ndreu
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