Best Leaders of World War IIzxm It's both political and military leaders
It's based on their leadership .Not by their humanities .
The Top Ten
FDR, fearing a nonexistent Fifth Column, refused to let in the Jews during the Holocaust. Churchill made some mistakes, but in general he was the superior leader during WWII.
"I was saving the planet from an Axis of darkness whilst you back at home opening national parks! "
- Winston Churchill to Theodore Roosevelt in a rap battle about WW2
First time I have seen England over USA
but he’s the guy who beat Hitler
It's hard between Winston Churchill and Franklin D Roosvelt but I had to pick Franklin
Yeah. Sure. Just gave away half of Europe to communist tyranny at Yalta and Potsdam. Great guy.
How exactly did he "give away" things which weren't owned or even under his control and command? I think you're overlooking historical facts and misunderstanding world politics and circumstances. Did you want the World War to continue with the USA fighting in Eastern Europe and Russia against new enemies as soon as Germany was defeated? - Billyv
He wasn't a good guy. I know, but he was able to push back Nazis and Hitler. Which was important in that time. And like I said in the description, its based on their leadership. Not humanity. - zxm
Paranoid-schizophrenic mass murderer. Currently barking in Hell.
How did his "best" leadership work out? It was easy when he caught countries by surprise and completely unprepared. A different story once his opponents recognized the circumstances and organized to hit back. Led Germany to what end? - Billyv
@Billyv, I know his leadership didn't turn very good. But he united many people of his country and was able to conquer many countries of Europe in less than 5-6 years. And that was a tough think to do. And for this reason I put him on number 1. His work before World War II is connected to World War II. - zxm
The "best leader" accomplishes more positive sustained results without adding severe detriments which overwhelm and destroy any good that's achieved. I clearly did not say that Hitler was not a "leader", so I don't understand your reply other than that it seems you're not open to a balanced discussion of the topic.
. You are entitled to your opinion and can have the final word here; I'm not compelled to try to convince you otherwise or "prove" to you that my point is valid, sorry if my previous explanation wasn't clear enough or worth the time of your consideration. - Billyv
Definitely better than Stalin.
He was a Field Marshal in world war II. And he did lead a very large division in the North Africa - zxm
George S. Patton was in charge of the first motorized American attack, he also led the first American tank attack which led to the Allied victory in World War I, and in World War II he led America and the Allies to victory in Africa and Europe.So he should be at number 1.
Some call him the greatest General of all time. I heard he was quite tough. - zxm
Tito led what was arguably the most effective and successful partisan movement in occupied Europe. By the time the Soviets arrived in 1944 Tito's forces by themselves had already liberated about half of Yugoslavia.
Withaut him oiur country would be nothing. What he did was something great and unimagible at the time. He was just a man like us all so he did mistakes but done a lot of good.
Ryti was president of Finland from 1940 to 1944 and led Finland through a dangerous period when it risked invasion from the Soviet Union. He succesfully united the parties of Finland behind him and walked the tightrope that allowed Finland to accept an element of German military protection without being turned into a Nazi-controlled state.
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2. Erwin Rommel (The Desert Fox)
3. Franklin D. Roosevelt
2. Franklin D. Roosevelt
3. Joseph Stalin