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Nicest Leader of WW2

Discussion in 'Leaders of World War 2' started by Commando, Oct 9, 2007.

  1. Commando

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    Who was the most likable leader of WW2.
     
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    You mean political or military leader?

    Political - either Churchill or Roosevelt

    Military - probably Ike. One of the big reasons he was picked for his job was that he was a very diplomatic person.
     
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    I guess the most likable political leader was Churchill of WW2, because near the end of the war Roosevelt died. :cry:
     
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    But by the end of WW2 Churchill had been voted out of power...
     
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    stalin never got kicked out so hes the most likable..........lol.........
     
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    Churchill was still highly popular with the people, but in Britain we vote for the political party, not the man .

    ps, Churchill would be the most fun at a dinner party :wink:
     
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    Yeah :lol: .
     
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    "You madam are ugly while I am drunk. But in the morning I will be sober"

    Yeah definetely an awsome dinner guest.
     
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    Hahahahahahaha :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: . What a cool quote!
     
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    My point was that he was no longer a Leader of a nation by the end of WW2, not that he was suddenly unpopular.
     
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    Who replaced Churchill as Prime Minister?
     
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    Nicest???

    To add my rubbishy two-pennoth to the 'Nicest?? Leader' (OMG what a thread!) got to be 'Glen Miller'.
     
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    Clement Attlee, leader of the Labour Party (Churchill was Conservative)


    Merlin - I like your angle!
     
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    nice!

    Never was any good at spelling!
    (How to cock-up a thread without trying!)
     
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    Omar Bradley was popular with his troops.
     
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    Patton called him Omar the tent maker. lol.
     
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    Patton didn't seem to be to popular with his troops.
     
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    ol blood and guts his blood our guts :)
     
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    People liked him even less after he hit a wounded soldier, when he was on a hospital tour. :angry:
     
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    It's slight paraphrased, but I think I have it in my signature somewhere else.
     

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