Discussion in 'Leaders of World War 2' started by Commando, Oct 9, 2007.
Who was the most likable leader of WW2.
You mean political or military leader?
Political - either Churchill or Roosevelt
Military - probably Ike. One of the big reasons he was picked for his job was that he was a very diplomatic person.
I guess the most likable political leader was Churchill of WW2, because near the end of the war Roosevelt died. :cry:
But by the end of WW2 Churchill had been voted out of power...
stalin never got kicked out so hes the most likable..........lol.........
Churchill was still highly popular with the people, but in Britain we vote for the political party, not the man .
ps, Churchill would be the most fun at a dinner party :wink:
Yeah :lol: .
"You madam are ugly while I am drunk. But in the morning I will be sober"
Yeah definetely an awsome dinner guest.
Hahahahahahaha :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: . What a cool quote!
My point was that he was no longer a Leader of a nation by the end of WW2, not that he was suddenly unpopular.
Who replaced Churchill as Prime Minister?
To add my rubbishy two-pennoth to the 'Nicest?? Leader' (OMG what a thread!) got to be 'Glen Miller'.
Clement Attlee, leader of the Labour Party (Churchill was Conservative)
Merlin - I like your angle!
Never was any good at spelling!
(How to cock-up a thread without trying!)
Omar Bradley was popular with his troops.
Patton called him Omar the tent maker. lol.
Patton didn't seem to be to popular with his troops.
ol blood and guts his blood our guts
People liked him even less after he hit a wounded soldier, when he was on a hospital tour. :angry:
It's slight paraphrased, but I think I have it in my signature somewhere else.