John Paul II spread his belief in religion and advocacy in human rights as he traveled around the world and spoke to many groups of people.
Bruce, as King of Scotland, achieved many things against the English and eventually succeeded in signing a treaty with the English which finally recognized Scotland’s independence.
Jimmy Carter has gained fame since his presidency for brokering peace efforts and fighting for global human rights.
Hector was the prince of Troy and its chief defender. What separated Hector from the traditional view of Homeric heroes was his sense of duty to his home city of Troy.
Queen Abdullah’s extensive work with foundations and her international influence has been vital in communicating the importance of education effectively.
As well as being a great leader of the British Armed Forces, Wellesley is also known for his role in British politics.
The U.S. president who is remembered for his leadership during and after the Civil War and work in ending slavery.
John F. Kennedy, as President of the United States, paid close attention to the importance of human rights, poverty, education, and global harmony.
Mikhail Gorbachev transformed Soviet Russia with his efforts in reconstruction and opening up to the outside world. He championed free speech, relationships with the West, and the environment.