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  1. Of course, Joseph Stalin. In a fierce political struggle, he managed to defeat “Trotskyism” and stop the bloody flywheel of political repression. In the shortest possible time, create an industrial power, rally the people during the worst war in the history of mankind and defeat the most efficient Army in the world. In the post-war period, in the shortest possible time, he organized the restoration of the national economy destroyed by the war and prevented the outbreak of the Third World War.

  2. Whatever it may seem, but Peter I was, in my subjective (!) opinion, one of the outstanding figures both for Russia and for the world arena of that time. We do not name the kindest and most humane figure, here we are talking about genius. Peter's reforms were very sound and, undoubtedly, talented. He did not invent anything new, but he tried to implement what he observed outside of Russia, and, in my opinion, skillfully. Despite the fact that most of the reformist apparatus did not take root immediately, it began to enjoy popularity by the middle and end of the 18th century.

  3. Winston Churchill. His thoughts, his words, his actions, his attitude to himself, to the British nation and to the people in general. He may not have been an ideal politician, but he was definitely a genius.

  4. It seems to me that this can be said about Alexander the Great with his attitude to the conquered peoples as equals. Thanks to this approach, Hellenistic culture spread over a vast territory, which affected the entire world history in the most significant way.

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