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Most Important Leader In WW2

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The most important leader in my opinion is The 32nd U.S. president, who led the country through World War II until his death in April 1945, just a few months before the war ended. Together with Winston Churchill and Roosevelt played a decisive role in holding together the Allied that ultimately defeated Nazi Germany.
Under Roosevelt's leadership, the nation rebounded from the devastating surprise attack at Pearl Harbor in December 1941, nearly achieving victory in both Europe and the Pacific. Roosevelt was neutral at the war's outset, Roosevelt did everything short of actual fighting to aid the allies. The Lend-Lease Act which provided Britain with badly needed supplies and equipment and the oil embargo on Japan in response to their aggression in Asia were major components of his policy. He ...

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