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About Great American Leaders
We are on a mission, creating content about the amazing Americans who sacrificed and struggled to make America great!
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Great Americans

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The physical, mental and moral leaders who sacrificed so we could be free.


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George Washington


The greatest American of all time. He led the nation first in war and then in peace.

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This Mission will trace Washington's life and the choices he made, as a young man in the French & Indian War, as the nation's first military leader, and then as the country's initial President.

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Harriet Tubman


An incredible leader who won her own freedom before freeing other slaves.

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Walk in Tubman's footsteps, born into slavery, who escaped to the north, returned thirteen times to lead other slaves to freedom, and later served as a scout and spy for the Union Army.

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Abraham Lincoln


He gave America her new birth of freedom and preserved the Union.

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Unexpected and underestimated, Lincoln persevered through challenge after challenge, dedicated to a renewed commitment to the Declaration of Independence's ideals.

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Theodore Roosevelt


The maverick American showed that biology was not destiny.

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The quintissential restless, energetic, unapologetic American, who ushered the Republic unto the world stage.

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Neil Armstrong


The "can-do" American spirit in the flesh, advancing all mankind's dreams.

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A Mission about more than one man, capturing the physical and mental leadership of the men who made up the Moon program.

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Martin Luther King


An American who helped all other Americans look past the color of the skin of their countrymen.

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From the early protests in the south to the March on Washington, make the decisions that helped the Republic ensure equality for all Americans.

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World War II Leaders

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Americans from different backgrounds who kept the world free.


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Jimmy Doolittle


Doolittle was a humble yet extraordinary leader who struck the first blow against imperial Japan

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Positive leadership and a can-do attitude made Doolittle the man to lead the raid on Tokyo.

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Peter ortiz


Peter Ortiz, a Marine, led an heroic OSS mission in Nazi occupied France

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Walk in Ortiz's steps, from fighting in the French Foreign Legion against German invasion of France to returning help the Resistance as a Marine Corps OSS officer.

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Maurice Rose


Maurice Rose, the first Jewish General officer, a hard nosed Warrior who led the American Army into the heart of the Reich

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The son and grandson of rabbis from Poland, Rose led the 3rd Armored Division from the front as his tanks breached the Siegfried Line.

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Tuskegee airmen


Benjamin Davis led the first African-Airmen pilots in their fight for the right to fight for our country.

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Face the decisions that these leaders made in forming, nurturing and leading in combat these barrier breaking air squadrons.

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Go For Broke


These men, second generation Japanese-Americans, proved their dedication to an America that suspected and feared them

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From North Africa, to Sicily, through Italy and on into Germany, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team set a leadership example for all Americans.

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Virginia Hall


Fearless and inventive, Virginia Hall broke barriers and fought Nazis, serving as an undercover agent in German occupied France.

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In spite of her wooden leg, Hall led two long term missions in France, organizing and supplying the Resistance and defying the fascists.

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American Leaders at war

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from the revolution through the civil war to the fight against communism, unique leaders who gave their all for liberty.


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Alexander Hamilton


A bastard and an immigrant, Hamilton raised himself through hard work, courage and a dedication to American independence.

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Witness the challenges that Hamilton faced in rising from poverty and obscurity to becoming a hero in the Revolution and an architect of the new republic.

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Joshua chamberlain


Chamberlain and his men held the line at Gettysburg, stopping the Confederates and ensuring Union victory.

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A logic and rhetoric professor before the Civil War, Chamberlain ardently believed in preserving the Union, volunteering, fighting and leading throughout the conflict.

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Alvin york


A hard charging native of Tennessee who was also a devout Christian, York struggled with the rightness of fighting in World War I.

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See how you would navigate the turns in York's life, from growing up poor in Appalachia to facing the most lethal army in the world in France.

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Joseph rochefort


This brilliant but eccentric leader was critical to America's victory at Midway, devising a trap for the Japanese Navy.

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From deciphering the Japanese signals, to leading their Navy to Midway, to the attacks of our bombers and torpedo plans, make the choices that ensure American victory.

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Kurt Chew-Een Lee


The first Asian American to receive a Marine Corps officer commission, Lee earned the Navy Cross during the Korean War.

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Facing Chinese Communist soldiers, he confused the enemy by yelling orders to them in Mandarin.

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John Ripley


A legendary Marine who led a last ditch fight against the communist troops at Dong Ha.

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When most Americans thought that the War was over, Ripley held off 20,000 North Vietnamese troops at Dong Ha.

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our mission is to create content that gets kids reading, developing character and leadership skills and building pride in American heroes and history.