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Leaders of WWII

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Harry Truman
Harry Truman was vice president when pearl harbor was attacked.
He took over presidency when Roosevelt died in 1945. Truman was president when the war ended.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Franklin D. Roosevelt was our U.S. president when Pearl Harbor was attacked and we joined WWII.
Roosevelt continuously and strongly promoted the U.S.A.'s invasion of Europe, which led to Dooms Day and eventually the fall of Nazi Germany.
Adolf Hitler
Hitler was the leader of Germany when the war began, he spent most of the war in his bomb shelter in East Prussia.
Hitler invaded Poland and took over Czechoslovakia in 1939 after breaking a promise to leave the rest of Czechoslovakia alone, and also agreed to abandon all further ambitions of territorial expansions.
General Hideki Tojo
General Hideki Tojo was the Japanese prime minister from 1941 to 1944.
He led them through much of World War II.
He ordered the attack on Pearl Harbor.
He was later executed as a war criminal.
Joseph Stalin
He was leader and dictator of the Soviet Union from 1928 to 1953.
Stalin was General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, a position without much influence until he claimed the title.
Benito Mussolini
Mussolini was the Prime minister of Italy from 1922 to 1943.
He formed the Fascist party, who's ideas called for a one-party state, complete obedience, patriotic nationalism, and aggressive militarism.
He was on the Nazi side and a close ally of Adolf Hitler.
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January 30, 1882- April 12, 1945
May 8, 1884-December 26, 1972
October 17, 1941 – July 22, 1944
December 18, 1878-March 5, 1953
July 29, 1883-April 28, 1945
April 20, 1889-April 30, 1945
Leaders of World War II
By: Ayla A., Ashlynn S.,
Madison H. and
Brianna D.
2/7/14
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