Best Leaders of World War IIIt's both political and military leaders. It's based on their leadership, not by their humanity.
One of the best leaders of the 20th century, took a stand against the Nazis, unlike coward Neville Chamberlain. FDR was a terrible authoritarian socialist sent people on prison camps based on their ethnicity.
I wrote about him. Along with other people and battles. If any of you are interested the book is called "The Attack of the Nazis". No one? Ok, then try to prove me wrong.
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.
Yeah. Sure. Just gave away half of Europe to communist tyranny at Yalta and Potsdam. Great guy.
He helped America get through the depression(even though that was before World War 2).
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.
If it wasn't for his Five-Year-Plans, the United Soviet Socialist Republics would be in no condition to fight against the third reich.
Yeah he was a bad guy but he was the guy who occupied Berlin and separate it into west Berlin and east Berlin.Ww2 ended cause of him.
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.
One of my favourite German Commanders during the Second World War. His Tactics were genius! He had not commit any war crimes and rumored to have buried dead officers of opponents with military honors.
Not only was he a great general but also one with morals as even though he was close with Hitler, he disobeyed many Nazi orders(E.G: Killing POWS).
He was a Field Marshal in world war II. And he did lead a very large division in the North Africa
The man who led the counterattack against the German forces at the Battle Of Stalingrad and made Kursk a "fortress city".
He was also the only one who could stand up to Stalin without getting killed and also helped get rid off Lavrentiy Beria, the head of the NKVD and one of Stalin's cronies.
Defended the city of Stalingrad until the counterattack began which saw the Wehrmacht(German army), Romanian army and Hungarian army encircled and brought to their knees.
The atom bombs were necessary. A full scale invasion of the Japanese mainland would not result in the deaths of soldiers but also even more civilians.
Also we can't forget that Japan committed war crimes that even the Nazis(Their own ally) were disgusted by.
I don't see what's wrong with him.
@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.
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?
Definitely better than Stalin.
Why isn't he in the top? Manstein is the best damn Field Marshal in all of the World War II. Not one general can ever match him with his master strategies and tactics. Even Zhukov himself feared him.
The leader of the Yugoslav partisans, despite starting out small at first and not only having to fight the Axis forces in the Balkans(German, Italian, Bulgarian and Hungarian soldiers) but also had to fight against Chetniks who were Monarchists. Nonetheless Tito managed to win and create one of the few places were Socialism could work and a country that unified the people groups(Until the 80's after he died).
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.
Commanded the most effective resistance movement in Europe and managed above all odds to effectively take the fight to the axis powers and liberate Yugoslavia without direct foriegn intervention.
Respected by Stalin and Hitler.
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.