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Hitler and Mussolini

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Mao and Stalin

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Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill

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Fidel Castro and Merriam Haile

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Souphanouvong and Ho Chi Mihn

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Prince Souphanouvong was, along with his half-brother Prince Souvanna Phouma and Prince Boun Oum of Champasak, one of the “Three Princes” who represented respectively the communist, neutralist, and royalist political factions in Laos. He was the figurehead President of Laos from December 1975 to August 1991.Souphanouvong was one of the sons of Prince Bounkhong, the last vice-king of Luang Prabang. Unlike his half-brothers, Souvanna Phouma and Phetsarath, whose mothers were of royal birth, his mother was a commoner, Mom Kham Ouane.Educated in France and Vietnam, he eventually became a supporter of Ho Chi Minh and joined the Indochinese communist movement. In August 1950, Souphanouvong convened the first congress of the Lao Freedom Front — more generally known as the Pathet Lao – which served as the vehicle for the communist challenge to French rule. He was the chairman of the Neo Lao Issara and Resistance Government.Nicknamed “The Red Prince”, he became the figurehead leader of the Lao People's Revolutionary Party, and upon its successful seizure of power in 1975, he became the first President of the Lao People's Democratic Republic, a position which he held until his retirement in 1986. After 1986, Phoumi Vongvichit Succeeded as president, Kaysone Phomvihane succeeded as president in 1991.

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IamPlato says2014-04-08T07:41:14.5044998-05:00
Jifpop09 This question seems really beneath your intellect. Having a bad day? Silly day? Bored day?
Actionsspeak says2014-04-08T10:09:36.8056544-05:00
Mussolini may have just been really really dumb, while Stalin and Mao are definetely homosexuals.
stanleymilgram1959 says2014-04-08T19:25:36.3230787-05:00
Lol^

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