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Myles Standish - Personal enforcer of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock.

George Mayow - Second-in-command during the Charge of the Light Brigade.

Flora Sandes - The only British woman to serve in combat in WWI.

Craig Harrison - British sniper recorded the longest-range kill in history. Twice. In consecutive shots.

Edward Low - The Caribbean's bloodiest and most brutal pirate.

Paddy Mayne - Founding member of the SAS and hardcore WWII commando.

Isabella of France - The British Queen who deposed and executed the King.

Winston Churchill - The greatest British ruler since the days of King Arthur.

Michael Groves - One man fought off a dozen Somali pirates with a fire hose.

The Duke of Wellington - One of Britain's all-time greatest heroes and the man who put an end to Napoleon's antics.

Rick Rescorla - A true American hero (from Britain).

F.A. Mitchell-Hedges - Spent his days being a living version of Indiana Jones, exploring dangerous territory and stealing treasure.

Joe Simpson - When climbing mountains wasn't enough, this motherfucker started climbing ice. ICE.

Bear Grylls - Has more adventure in his left nut than you have in your entire body. And he drinks his own piss.

Sir Francis Drake - Took down the Spanish Armada with nothing but ambition and a bunch of ships he set on fire.

Ben Thompson - Gunslinger who at one point or another held every badass occupation in the Old West.

Jack Churchill - The kind of ballsy WWII soldier who never went into battle without a sword.

Eddie Chapman - Ex-criminal that provided priceless information to the British during WWII.

George Orwell - The man who wrote 1984 once got shot through the neck by a sniper while fighting Fascists in Spain.

Richard Francis Burton - The manliest writer of all time.

The Killer Rabbit - That's no ordinary bunny.

Henry Morgan - The pirate who became an Admiral.

Ernest Henry Shackleton - Probably the most insane Antarctic explorer in history.

Rupert Murdoch - The closest thing to a James Bond villain that the real world has to offer.

William Fairbairn - Martial arts badass and Shanghai cop who trained SAS and Marine Raiders in WWII.

Bartholomew Roberts - The most successful and dangerous pirate to ever live.

Tarzan - The original noble savage, and one of literature's most hardcore badasses.

Sir Isaac Brock - Balls-out "Hero of Upper Canada" who captured Detroit during the War of 1812 without losing a single man.

Christopher Lee - World War II Commando, master fencer, Dracula.

Frederick Hobson - Canadian Sergeant takes on an entire company of German soldiers with a shovel and a bayonet.

Edith Garrud - The militant Suffragette who judo flipped cops.

Boudicca - Warrior-queen of the Iceni.

Wayne O'Mahoney - 41 year-old naked British Army vet beats the hell out of three guys trying to jack his car.

One Shot, Six Kills - An unidentified British sniper single-handedly stops a Taliban ambush with just one bullet.

Samuel White Baker - An old-school British colonial explorer, writer, and soldier who dedicated his entire life to badass adventure.

Brian Wood - Ambushed from two sides and pinned down by machine gun and RPG fire, this British infantryman resolved to cut his way out or die trying.

Clive Dytor - Royal Marine Commando leads a bayonet charge against the Argentinians during the Falkland War.

William of Orange - Career soldier, hero of the Netherlands, bane of the Irishmen and one tough son of a bitch.

William Marshal - "The Greatest Knight that Ever Lived", he survived his first siege at age 5 and served as the main asskicker to five English kings.

Banastre Tarleton - The most feared and hated man in the Americas during the Revolution.

Woodes Rogers - The man most responsible for single-handedly ending the Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean.

Douglas Bader - 20-kill fighter ace and Battle of Britain hero who kicked German ass despite losing both of his legs in a flying accident.

Jeanne de Clisson - When the King of France had her husband beheaded as a traitor, the "Tigress of Britanny" assembled a fleet of black-hulled warships and personally wreaked vengeance on the Crown.

Sir Garnet Wolseley - Victorian-Era British officer who won epic campaigns from China to Canada and accomplished more heroic shit in a weekend than most soldiers do in a lifetime.

Big Bill Speakman - When Big Bill ran out of grenades, he single-handedly held off an entire Chinese brigade by throwing beer bottles and rocks at them.

Edward Longshanks - The Hammer of the Scots.





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