Alexander the Great
This character was the eldest son of King Philip II of Macedon and his wife, Olympias. He was known as being headstrong and impatiently boyish, yet exuded grace and intelligence as well as the ability to be a great warrior.
This character was a mad genius of Austrian heritage who promoted and executed the great holocaust that tore apart Europe and was responsible for the deaths of six million Jews during World War II.
Philip II of Macedon
This character was Alexander the Great's father and king of Macedonia.
Ulysses S. Grant
This character served during the Civil War as the General in Chief of the Union Army before becoming the eighteenth president of the United States.
William Tecumseh Sherman
This character was a war hero during the Civil War, and a friend and colleague of U.S. Grant.
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