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History : Famous Leaders V - Who am I ?


Choose the leader based on the clue(s) given.

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Multiple choice | Hangman | Match the Columns

Your Performance  

1.

I was an American. I balanced the nation's economy during the 'Great Depression' financial crisis after World War I. I established the 'Social Security system', which provided support to elderly citizens and those who have low earnings. My well-known 'State of the Union Address' is also called the 'Four Freedom Speech'. During my tenure, the Japanese attacked the famous Pearl Harbor. Who am I?

  Austen Chamberlain

  Abraham Lincoln

  Franklin D. Roosevelt

  Frederik Willem de Klerk

  Half-n-half Clue
 

2.

I was born in England. I was a British politician. I made vital contributions to world peace. I opposed the League of Nations' Geneva Protocol in 1924. I accurately predicted that Adolf Hitler would be the greatest threat to world peace. I died of apoplexy in England. Who am I?

  Frederik Willem de Klerk

  Austen Chamberlain

  Franklin D. Roosevelt

  Joseph Stalin

  Half-n-half Clue
 

3.

I was a South African. In 1990, I released Nelson Mandela from prison. In 1993, I won the Nobel Peace Prize, which I shared with Nelson Mandela. Later, in 1994, I became the Vice-President under Nelson Mandela's presidency. Who am I?

  Abraham Lincoln

  Frederik Willem de Klerk

  Franklin D. Roosevelt

  Austen Chamberlain

  Half-n-half Clue
 

4.

I was a Belgian senator for 36 years. I was also the President of the International Peace Bureau. I always worked towards international peace. I supported the idea of the 'League of Nations'. Who am I?

  Joseph Stalin

  Austen Chamberlain

  Henri Marie la Fontaine

  Franklin D. Roosevelt

  Half-n-half Clue
 

5.

I succeeded Vladimir Lenin as the leader of Soviet Union. My famous 'Five-Year Plan' improved the financial condition of the nation. I died of cerebral hemorrhage in Moscow, Russia. Who am I?

  Henri Marie la Fontaine

  Franklin D. Roosevelt

  Austen Chamberlain

  Joseph Stalin

  Half-n-half Clue
 

6.

I was an American. In my famous Gettysburg address, I described a democracy as 'a government of the people, by the people, for the people'. I was assassinated by John Wilkes-Booth on 15th April 1865 during one of my performances in the Ford's Theatre. Who am I?

  Abraham Lincoln

  Franklin D. Roosevelt

  Henri Marie la Fontaine

  Frederik Willem de Klerk

  Half-n-half Clue
 

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