Bernard Montgomery
  • The Great Britain
  • Field Marshal
  • Commanded Battles in Normandy, Egypt, Tunisia, Holland,
  • Montgomery died from unspecified causes in 1976 at his home
  • A statue of Montgomery can be found outside the Ministry of Defense in Whitehall London, UK
  • During WW1, Montgomery shot through the right lung by a sniper and hit once more in the knee

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Dwight D. Eisenhower
  • USA
  • Five-Star General of the United States Army
  • Western European Theatre
  • Later went on to become the President of the United States (1953-1961)
  • First Supreme Commander of NATO
  • Signed civil rights legislation to protect the right to vote for African Americans

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Erwin Rommel

Erwin Rommel was also known as Desert Fox because of his skill in desert battles.

One of the capable commanders respected by both enemies and allies (German’s allies).

He was ordered to kill Jewish soldiers and civilians, but he ignored the order.

He committed suicide in order to avoid his family’s persecution. He took Cyanide pill, but disguised as heart attack following a car accident.

He was linked to the conspiracy to assassinate Hitler

Name: Chester W. Nimitz
Rank: Commander-In-Chief of the Pacific Fleet
Country: USA
Theatre: Pacific
  • Became good will ambassador for UN in 1949
  • Was the official US representative who signed Japanese surrender in 1945
  • Credited with developing the strategy of island hopping, in which each captured island was used as the base to attack the next one

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George S. Patton

- was a general in the United States Army

-Patton led U.S. troops into the Mediterranean theatre with an invasion of Casablanca during the North African Campaign in 1942

- Patton returned to command the Third Army following the Invasion of Normandy in 1944, in the Western European theatre

- Died in a car accident in 1945

- There was a movie made about his life in 1970, called Patton

- He was very preoccupied with his appearance and other people’s perception

Hideki Toj
Country: Japan
Rank: General of the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA)
Theatre: Pacific
  • He was responsible for the attack on Pearl Harbor
  • After the end of the war, Tōjō was arrested, sentenced to death for Japanese war crimes, and was hanged on December 23, 1948.
  • Later, he was appointed Army Minister.


Karl Donitz

Country: Germany
Rank: Dönitz was a German naval leader and the creator of Germany's World War Two U-boat fleet.
Theatre: Western Europe
- Dönitz was born in 16 Sept, 1891in Berlin and died in 24 Dec, 1980 Aumühle/ Hamburg
- He replaced Admiral Erich Raeder as commander-in-chief of the German navy, where his loyalty and ability won him Hitler's trust.
- On May 7 1945, Donitz signed the surrender documents of Germany.