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The Most Important Leaders in World History

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    #6 on the original list
    Rome, Italy Created the basis for the Roman Empire (though was never emperor himself). Which lasted until the fall of the Byzantium Empire. (Not counting in the holy Roman-German Empire).

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    Ulyanovsk, Russia Largely responsible for the spread of communism in the 20th century.

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    Isabella of Castille I and Ferdinand II of Aragon Their dual leadership of todays Spain formed the basis of a Major power which would colonize South America.

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    #93 on the original list
    Braintree, Massachusetts, USA Drev den Amerikanske revolution som politiker i den kontinentale kongress. (Om end jeg selv ville have stemt på Jefferson). Forsvarede britiske styrker som advokat før revolutionen.

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    Braunau am Inn, Austria United Germany under the banners National Socialism, he was a skillfull and talented leader. Though sometimes his choices were poor. 

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    #1 on the original list
    Alexander The Great Beside creating a huge Empire from tiny Macedonia, he also founded Alexandria and founded the Egyptian empire which would become a subject of Rome much much later on.

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    Genghis Khan He famously concoured much of the world, but didn't build or create much which lasted. Though his actions would have major impacts on the development of the world.

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    #2 on the original list
    Ajaccio, France An excellent military campaigner, took France away from a democratic path and was decidedly bad-ass, an excellent leader indeed.

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    Francia For invading and conquering France, Germany, Italy (some) and Spain (some), as well being crowned emperor of Romans. Unfortunately his heirs did not posses the his leadership and his empire quickly

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