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People (SS Puzzle) Lovingly ripped off from the motion picture

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LANGE
American photographer who recorded the Great Depression by taking pictures of the unemployed and rural poor,
TOJO
Japanese nationalist and general; he took control of Japan during World War II; later executed for war crimes,
WASHINGTON
African American leader and educator who was born into slavery and later became head of Tuskegee Institute for career training for African Americans (Booker T),
BRADY
Famous Civil War photographer,
ROMMEL
Commander of Axis troops in North Africa, known as the Desert Fox,
PRESLEY
Rock'n'Roll star of the 1950's,
TUSKEGEE AIRMEN
African American group of pilots who shot down more than 200 enemy planes,
ROSA PARKS
American civil rights activist whose arrest in Montgomery, Alabama, led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott (2 words),
DIX
Organized large numbers of women to serve as nurses during the Civil War; helped change the prison system nationwide by advocating the development of state hospitals to treat the mentally ill instead of imprisonment,
DUBOIS
African American educator, editor, and writer; helped found the NAACP,
FORD
American business leader; his moving assembly line could produced cars faster, more efficiently, and at a lower cost,
LUCILLE BALL
Actress and TV star of the comedy series, I Love Lucy,
ZIMMERMANN
German foreign minister who sent telegram urging Mexico to join Central Powers against the U.S. in World War I,
FARRAGUT
Union admiral who captured New Orleans during the Civil War,
EISENHOWER
Allied commander in WW2 in Europe; helped plan the D-Day invasion at Normandy; 34th President,
LINCOLN
16th President; promoted equal rights for African Americans in the famous Lincoln-Douglas debates; issued the Emancipation Proclamation; assassinated in 1865,
LINDBERGH
Popular hero of the 1920's who flew The Spirit of St. Louis nonstop across the Atlantic,
CHURCHILL
British Prime Minister who opposed the policy of appeasement and led Great Britain through World War II,
LEE
American general who refused o Lincoln's offer to head the Union army in the Civil War; successfully led several battles until his defeat at Gettysburg; surrendered to Grant at Appomattox Court House,
STEINBECK
Author of THE GRAPES OF WRATH about Okies moving to California to work in the fields,
PATTON
American general who was involved in the Normandy invasion and the Battle of the Bulge; known for his great ability in tank warfare,
MCCLELLAN
Union general and candidate for President in 1864,
JOHNSON
Lincoln's VP; 17th President; impeached because of his unpopular ideas about Reconstruction and held onto he office by one vote,
BARTON
Founder of the American Red Cross; she administered care to Union soldiers during the Civil War,
DAVIS
President of the Confederacy,
KENNEDY
35th President elected in 1960; assassinated in 1963 in Dallas,
ROBINSON
American baseball player who was the first Black in the major leagues,
HEMINGWAY
Ambulance driver in World War I; author of A FAREWELL TO ARMS and THE SUN ALSO RISES,
KOREMATSU
Japanese American who sued the U.S. government that his civil rights had been violated when he was placed in an internment camp,
PERKINS
First woman to serve in a President's Cabinet; Secretary of Labor,
ELEANOR
FDR's wife; only First Lady with her own statue in DC,
CHAMBERLAIN
British Prime Minister who made the Munich Agreement with Hitler,
MACARTHUR
American general; he commanded U.S. troops in the South Pacific during World War II; later he commanded UN forces in the Korean War; also drove the Bonus Marchers out of DC,
HITLER
Leader of Germany during WW2,
FITZGERALD
Author of THE GREAT GATSBY; characters included flappers, bootleggers, and movie makers,
RUTH
Greatest baseball player of the 1920's,
ROSIE THE RIVETER
Advertising character who symbolized women in war manufacturing jobs,
BOOTH
Actor and Confederate supporter who assassinated Abraham Lincoln,
MCCARTHY
Senator who accused hundreds of American citizens as having communists toes, part of the Red Scare of the 1950's,
STONEWALL
Nickname for Southern general who brought reinforcements to Bull Run; killed at Chancellorsville,
HUGHES
Poet of the Harlem Renaissance,
WILSON
28h President; proposed the14-Point Plan which included the League of Nations,
HOOVER
Head of the Food Administration during WW1; 31st President, elected in 1928; failed to deal with effectively with the Great Depression; defeated for reelection in 1932 by FDR,
SHERMAN
Union commander who waged total war across Georgia,
RED BARON
German ace (pilot) in WW1,
TRUMAN
Elected Vice president in 1944; 33rd President, after FDR's death; led the U.S. through the end of World War II and beginning of the Cold War,
PICKETT
Confederate general famous for his unsuccessful charge at Gettysburg,
MUSSOLINI
Italian dictator during WW2,
CAPONE
Crime boss of the 20's,
GARVEY
Popular African American leader who proposed a Back to Africa movement and started the UNIA which urged African Americans to take pride in their heritage,
CHAPLIN
Actor who popularized the Little Tramp character,
STALIN
Dictator of the Soviet Union; led the SU through World War II and created a powerful Soviet sphere of influence in Eastern Europe after the war,
RANDOLPH
Founded the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, made up mostly of African Americans; labor leader who, in 1941, threatened a march on DC protesting discrimination against Blacks in defense industries,
NELSON MANDELA!!! idk
Democratic candidate for President in 1876; lost the election by the Compromise of 1877,
GEORGE
British representative at the Versailles Peace Conference in 1919,
PALMER
Attorney General who ordered raids on homes of suspected radicals and communists during the Red Scare of the 1920's,
INOUYE
Japanese American who lost an arm in World War II battle; later became U.S. Senator from Hawaii,
COOLIDGE
VP who became President after Harding's death; 30th President of the U.S.; known for his honesty and pro-business policies,
NIXON
37th President; resigned because of the Watergate scandal
ARMSTRONG
Important African American jazz musician during the Harlem Renaissance; he was a talented trumpter whose style influenced many later musicians,
YORK
Greatest American hero of World War I (from Tennessee),
HARDING
29th President elected in 1920; died in 1923; scandals such as Teapot Dome discovered after his death,
BESSIE SMITH
African American blues singer poplar in the 1920's (2 words),
GRANT
Union chief commander at the end of the war; won battles at Vicksburg, Shiloh, Fort Henry, and Fort Donelson; 18th President; elected President in 1868 and 1872,
SCOPES
Tennessee teacher accused of teaching evolution,
PERSHING
Head of the AEF during WW1,
ROSENBERGS
Couple executed for giving military secrets to the Soviets in the 1950's,
NELSON MANDELA?? idk it got deleted
French premier during World War I; he was the French representative at the Versailles Peace Conference in 1919,

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