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Dick Winters - Hero of Band of Brothers.

Tommy Prince - The most hardcore man in the Devil's Brigade.

Jacqueline Cochran - The most accomplished female pilot in history.

Dudley Morton - WWII U.S. submarine commander who once destroyed an enemy ship with Molotov cocktails.

Witold Urbanowicz - Daring commander of the Polish 303 Squadron during the Battle of Britain.

Hans-Ulrich Rudel - The most decorated combat pilot ever.

Lachhiman Gurung - Gurkha soldier who held off 200 Japanese with just one arm.

Anna Yegorova - WWII Sturmovik pilot and Heroine of the Soviet Union.

John Basilone - Marine Corps legend and hero of Guadalcanal and Iwo Jima.

Leonard A. Funk - U.S. paratrooper who took out 40 Germans in 60 seconds.

Juan Pujol Garcia - The most effective double agent of WWII.

Leo Major - One-man Canadian wrecking crew during WWII.

Lydia Litvyak - The highest-scoring female fighter ace ever.

Charles Upham - The only infantryman to win the Victoria Cross twice.

Hiromichi Shinohara - The greatest Japanese fighter ace you've never heard of.

Lewis Millett - Veteran of three wars led the last bayonet charge in U.S. history.

Mitchell Paige - One Marine on Guadalcanal takes on 2,500 Japanese and wins.

Henry T. Elrod - WWII Marine Aviator takes on 22 planes by himself over Wake Island, then leads infantry in a desperate last stand.

Fazal Din - Indian soldier won the VC for killing a Japanese officer with his own sword... after being impaled with it.

Kenneth L. Reusser - The most decorated aviator in Marine Corps history.

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

Ron Speirs - The cold-blooded Captain of Easy Company.

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

Smokey Smith - Canadian hero of World War II took on an entire company of Panzers... and won.

Edwin J. Hill - Navy Boatswain saved his ship from destruction during the raid on Pearl Harbor.

Vasily Zaitsev - One of history's most successful and well-known snipers.

Imi Lichtenfeld - Israeli national hero and founder of the badass martial art Krav Maga.

Hiroo Onoda - After refusing to believe that the Second World War was over, Hiroo continued to collect intel on Allied troop movement in the Philippines until 1974.

George S. Patton - US general in World War II, and whose actions define what it is to have balls.

Chesty Puller - Rose through the ranks of the Marines from Private to three star General, busting all kinds of balls along the way.

Adnan bin Saidi - Staved the Japanese military off for two days with not much more than bayonets, brute force, and balls.

Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. - Flipped a large middle finger to segregation and became the first African-American general of the United States Air Force.

Voytek the Soldier Bear - It's a bear that was a soldier. There is no other comparison to how cool that is.

Xie Jinyuan - No nonsense officer during the Battle of Shanghai who didn't take shit from anyone. Especially the Japanese.

Erwin Rommel - The Desert Fox - Hitler's most dangerous (and gentlemanly) commander.

Michael Wittmann - The top-scoring tank ace of all time.

Lyudmila Pavlichenko - Female Russian sniper with a dickload of confirmed kills.

Juan Pajota - Filipino guerilla fighter who freed a shit load of American POW's from a Japanese camp.

Jose M. Lopez - Single-handedly killed a dickload of Germans with a machine gun during WWII.

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.

Audie Murphy - The most decorated soldier in American history.

Simo Häyhä - More confirmed kills than anyone else in any other war. Just sayin'.

Joe Medicine Crow - The last surviving War Chief of the Crow Tribe.

Jean-Pierre Hallet - The Most Interesting Man in the World meets Tarzan, in real life.

Daniel Inouye - WWII Japanese-American killed 25 Germans with one arm.

Viktor Leonov - Spetsnaz Naval officer and two-time Hero of the Soviet Union.

Doris Miller - The ship's cook who manned the .50 cal during Pearl Harbor.

Count Rochefoucauld - WWII French espionage expert who once stole a limo from the Gestapo.

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

Alexander Solzhenitsyn - Russian dissident writer and WWII vet who survived the brutal Gulag system and lived to tell the tale.

Warren G.H. Crecy - The baddest man in the 761st Tank Battalion, this guy was a Nazicidal maniac who mowed through the enemy and forgot about taking names.

The Panther Tank - One of the most effective and powerful tanks ever produced.

Vernon J. Baker - The only living black WWII soldier to receive the Medal of Honor, this guy personally led an assault on a fortified German castle.

Slade Cutter - All-American football player and hardcore WWII submarine commander.

Joe Foss - 26-kill WWII fighter ace, former commissioner of the AFL, and one-time president of the NRA.

Jacklyn H. Lucas - Dude jumps on two grenades, falls out of an airplane. Survives.

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

Basil Plumley - 35-year Army veteran of three wars, decorated 40 times for bravery.

Robin Olds - Three-time ace and USAF legend who obliterated everything from Nazi Me-109s to MiG-21 jet fighters.

Violette Morris - Professional race car driver, national champion in 20 sports, Olympic Gold Medal shot put and discus thrower, hated enemy of the French Resistance.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Bob Crisp - Professional cricket player who smoked Nazis with a tank.

Nancy Wake - The most decorated Allied servicewoman of World War II.

Battle off Samar - With the American invasion of the Philippines hanging in the balance, seven daring destroyer captains desperately hurl themselves against the biggest Japanese battleship fleet ever put to sea.

Lyle Bouck - 18 American recon troops hold off the entire 1st SS Panzer Corps in the opening hours of the Battle of the Bulge.

Adrian Carton de Wiart - Psychotic one-eyed British Army officer wounded 11 times in 3 wars across 3 continents.

Mariya Oktyabrskaya - When Nazis killed her husband, she bought a tank.

Tibor Rubin - Hungarian-born Concentration Camp survivor turned American war hero.

David Vivian Currie - Canadian mechanic who sealed off the Falaise Pocket and trapped over 50,000 Nazis during the Normandy Campaign.

George Welch - One of the only American pilots to fight back during Pearl Harbor.

Larry Thorne - Finnish Special Forces commando fought the Reds while serving with three different countries in World War II and Vietnam.

Narcisco Ortilano - One Filipino warrior vs. an entire squad of Japanese infantry. Who ya got?

Leona Woods - The only woman on the Manhattan Project, this physicist helped build the world's first nuclear reactor, then produced the fissionable material used in the first atomic bomb.

Walter Walsh - Badass gangster-hunting FBI agent, Marine Corps sniper, Olympic marksman.

Abdul Hafiz - Army lieutenant tells his men they are invincible, leads them on suicide charge, goes into psychotic blood rage. What else do you need from me here honestly.

Nina Onilova - Ukrainian orphan girl emulates her favorite movie hero by wasting Nazis with a belt-fed machine gun.

Douglas MacArthur - Fifty-two years of service, seventeen medals for bravery, a half-dozen outlaw shootouts, two World Wars, and the battle for Korea. One of America's most famous, controversial, and badass generals.

The Panzer 1000 - In 1942 Hitler approved the construction of a 1000-pound tank so ginormous it mounted naval artillery and had a vehicle bay that carried a couple of motorcycles. This is a real thing that happened.

Georgy Zhukov - The man who won World War II.

Georgy Zhukov - The man who won World War II.

Georgy Zhukov - The man who won World War II.

Ben L. Salomon - U.S. Army dentist turn surgeon who head-butted an enemy soldier for threatening one of his patients.

Jacob Pavlov - One man. One building. One million Nazis.

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.

Virginia Hall - 30 year CIA and OSS veteran who spent all of WWII working behind German lines with the French Resistance. She's the most-decorated female spy in American history, and she did it all with a wooden leg.

Peter Freuchen - Peg-legged Danish polar explorer who lived with the Inuit, amputated his own toes with pliers, and once escaped certain death by making a knife out of his own frozen shit.

William R. Lawley - With his crew injured, his aircraft on fire, and his controls shot to pieces, a wounded B-17 pilot tenaciously attempts fights to get bring his crew home alive.

Douglas Munro - The only U.S. Coast Guardsman to ever receive the Medal of Honor.

Joe Beyrle - After escaping a Nazi POW camp, this American Paratrooper joined up with the Red Army and continued kicking Fascist ass.





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