It takes charisma and inspiration to lead any group of people. Leaders who Changed the World explores the lives and careers of such extraordinary individuals as Julius Caesar, Napoleon Bonaparte, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. Some have slogged and suffered in order to change the world for the better, while others, like Adolf Hitler or Osama Bin Laden have only succeeded in damaging humanity. Throughout history there have only been a handful of people capable of supreme leadership. What lessons can be learned from their triumphs and failures? Read the words and actions of some astonishing leaders and learn exactly how they changed the world.
Leaders include Plato, Buddha, Alexander, Hannibal, Julius Caesar, Jesus Christ, Boudicca, Attila the Hun, Muhammad, Charlemagne, Alfred the Great, Genghis Khan, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Horatio Nelson, Napoleon Bonaparte, Duke of Wellington, Queen Victoria, Abraham Lincoln, Mahatma Gandhi, Winston Churchill, Fidel Castro, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Martin Luther King, Mao Zedong, Nelson Mandela, John F. Kennedy, Barack Obama.
Very good idea of writing book about greatest leaders of the world, but there are a lot of typos starting from names of the leaders and ending by misleading dates of birth and death of a leader. Example: Joanne Darc instead of Jeanne D'Arc
In the book Garibaldi dies 75 years old in 1807, however 1880 he marries.
Following the history, however Garibaldi is born in 1807 and dies in 1882.
To me the history is based on the correct dates, I'm disappointed to see an historical book with these kind of mistakes.
Maybe for English speaking people name of Jeanne D'Arc is not important, but being an American, imaging reading an historical book about American president "Josef Lincoln".
Is this a comical or historical book?