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It takes charisma and inspiration to lead any group of people. Leaders who Changed the World explores the lives and careers of such extraordinary individuals as Julius Caesar, Napoleon Bonaparte, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. Some have slogged and suffered in order to change the world for the better, while others, like Adolf Hitler or Osama Bin Laden have only succeed It takes charisma and inspiration to lead any group of people. Leaders who Changed the World explores the lives and careers of such extraordinary individuals as Julius Caesar, Napoleon Bonaparte, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. Some have slogged and suffered in order to change the world for the better, while others, like Adolf Hitler or Osama Bin Laden have only succeeded in damaging humanity. Throughout history there have only been a handful of people capable of supreme leadership. What lessons can be learned from their triumphs and failures? Read the words and actions of some astonishing leaders and learn exactly how they changed the world. Leaders include Plato, Buddha, Alexander, Hannibal, Julius Caesar, Jesus Christ, Boudicca, Attila the Hun, Muhammad, Charlemagne, Alfred the Great, Genghis Khan, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Horatio Nelson, Napoleon Bonaparte, Duke of Wellington, Queen Victoria, Abraham Lincoln, Mahatma Gandhi, Winston Churchill, Fidel Castro, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Martin Luther King, Mao Zedong, Nelson Mandela, John F. Kennedy, Barack Obama.


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It takes charisma and inspiration to lead any group of people. Leaders who Changed the World explores the lives and careers of such extraordinary individuals as Julius Caesar, Napoleon Bonaparte, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. Some have slogged and suffered in order to change the world for the better, while others, like Adolf Hitler or Osama Bin Laden have only succeed It takes charisma and inspiration to lead any group of people. Leaders who Changed the World explores the lives and careers of such extraordinary individuals as Julius Caesar, Napoleon Bonaparte, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. Some have slogged and suffered in order to change the world for the better, while others, like Adolf Hitler or Osama Bin Laden have only succeeded in damaging humanity. Throughout history there have only been a handful of people capable of supreme leadership. What lessons can be learned from their triumphs and failures? Read the words and actions of some astonishing leaders and learn exactly how they changed the world. Leaders include Plato, Buddha, Alexander, Hannibal, Julius Caesar, Jesus Christ, Boudicca, Attila the Hun, Muhammad, Charlemagne, Alfred the Great, Genghis Khan, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Horatio Nelson, Napoleon Bonaparte, Duke of Wellington, Queen Victoria, Abraham Lincoln, Mahatma Gandhi, Winston Churchill, Fidel Castro, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Martin Luther King, Mao Zedong, Nelson Mandela, John F. Kennedy, Barack Obama.

43 review for Leaders Who Changed the World: Alexander, Julius Caesar, Genghis Khan, Washington, Jefferson, Bonaparte, Lincoln, Gandhi, Churchill, Roosevelt, Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mao, MLK, JFK, Mandela, Obama

  1. 4 out of 5

    John Smyth

    This book is the most poorly written and factually incorrect book I have ever read. Fraught with spelling errors, incorrect dates: Otto Von Bismark for example shown born 1771, married 1847 and left office in 1890 (he was actually born 1 April 1815 – died 30 July 1898). Garibaldi he writes was married for the third time in 1880 then Kerr says he died 4 July 1807. That was when he was born!! He claimed Plato's Academy was shut down in 529 BCE by the Byzentine Emperor Justinian who feared it inhib This book is the most poorly written and factually incorrect book I have ever read. Fraught with spelling errors, incorrect dates: Otto Von Bismark for example shown born 1771, married 1847 and left office in 1890 (he was actually born 1 April 1815 – died 30 July 1898). Garibaldi he writes was married for the third time in 1880 then Kerr says he died 4 July 1807. That was when he was born!! He claimed Plato's Academy was shut down in 529 BCE by the Byzentine Emperor Justinian who feared it inhibited the spread of Christianity. Only worth reading for a good laugh.

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    Derek Green

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