Lenin was the leader and hero of the October Revolution of 1917, but had nothing to do with the February Revolution in 1917. Stalin was a subordinate to Lenin at the time so he was not a leader at all. Karl Marx had died by the time of the revolution, so aside from planting the ideas of socialism, communism and a revolt by the people in their minds, he had nothing to do with the revolution itself. well this is helpfull
Many Americans saw him as an honest leader and a hero of the Revolution.
Benjiman Franklin became the hero to both of the countries during the Revolution.
George Washington was viewed by the Americans people as an honest leader and hero of the Revolution.
the leader of hero factory is the awsome Stormer (Preston Stormer).
George Washington was called a hero after the American revolution because he was shot at 4 times and instead of being hit the bullets went through his jacket. The fact that he survived was where he was then named a hero
the new hero was the peasant who worked with his or her hands. (they had no interest in creativity)
made him a national hero
Thomas Sumter was a hero of the American Revolution, and the fort was named for him. Sumter was a leader of partisan militia against the British in South Carolina during the Revolution, like Francis Marion and Pickens. Mel Gibson's character in the movie "The Patriot" is sort of a composite of these three South Carolina heroes of the Revolution.It was named after a Revolutionary War Hero called General Sumter.
John Paul Jones.