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Charles de Gaulle
Click to explore more about WW2 French Resistance leader Charles de Gaulle.
He took the title of Prince of Wales, but was never formally invested with it due of the civil war...
Who was Charlie Chaplin? Click for more info on the 'Little Tramp'.
Who was Muammar Gaddafi? Find out more about the ousted Libyan leader who was born into a peasant...
How rich was Cornelius Vanderbilt and how did he make his money? Find out more on History.co.uk.
David Cameron stood down as PM of the UK after the Brexit vote but what led him to that point? Find...
Click to explore Davy Crockett, an American hero and statesman from the backwoods of Tennessee.
Sir Douglas Bader lost both his legs in a plane crash, but this didn't stop him from being a...
Find out more about King Edward I who ascended to the throne of England in 1272.
Click for the history of Emperor Hirohito, Japanese leader from 1926 to 1979.
American writer Ernest Hemingway wrote For Whom The Bell Tolls and The Sun Also Rises but what was...
Ernest Shackleton was a polar explorer, find out about his remarkable escape from the Antarctic...
Erwin Rommel, German field marshal, recognised as one of the most able commanders of WW2, but what...
Ethel Skakel Kennedy, who went on to become a political matriarch, was born on 11 April 1928.
Eva first met Adolf Hitler in 1929 through a photographer and mutual friend. She adored him almost...
Eva Perón was the second wife of Argentine President Juan Perón and the First Lady of Argentina...
Ferdinand Porsche designed the Volkswagen Beetle as well as many military vehicles used by the...
Cuban leader Fidel Castro (1926-2016) established the first communist state in the Western...
Franklin D Roosevelt
Franklin D Roosevelt was the US President famous for his New Deal who hid his disability from the...
Find out more about Genghis Khan and his Empire which was the largest ever established.
George Bush (Senior)
Did you know that George Bush Senior attended Phillips Academy in Massachusetts and was was a naval...
Born in August 1762, was George IV really the first gentleman of England? Find out on History.co.uk...
George S. Patton Bio | History.co.uk
Arrogant or Inspired? Explore the story of George S. Patton the American military officer who led...
The ‘Father of Railways’, George Stephenson, built the first commercial locomotive and railways,...