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Leaders of World War II Essay Questions challenges students to go deeper in their study of World War II by taking a closer look at the lives of 25 influential leaders of the period. Leaders studied are from Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States and include:

 ·         General Andrew McNaughton     

·         Lieutenant General Bernard Montgomery

·         German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel    

·         Lieutenant Colonel James H. Doolittle  

·         Sir Frank Horton Berryman

·         British Air Marshal Arthur William Tedder       

·         Lieutenant General Bernard Freyberg    

·         Sir Edmund Herring

·         General Eedson Louis Millard Burns      

·         Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr.     

·         Air Commodore Alan Christopher Deere

·         Admiral Andrew Browne Cunningham   

·         Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque

·         Admiral Chester W. Nimitz

·         General Douglas MacArthur        

·         Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King    

·         Charles de Gaulle  

·         Major General Richard N. Gale   

·         Prime Minister Winston Churchill

·         General Dwight D. Eisenhower   

·         Prime Minister Peter Fraser        

·         Chiang Kai-shek    

·         Prime Minister John Curtin

·         President Franklin D. Roosevelt  

·         Admiral Louis Mountbatten 

Students will be challenged to think critically about the legacies of these men. A short bio of each individual is given as well as essay questions to encourage reflection. Notebooking pages are also included. 37 pages total.

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