5 Most Powerful Men In World History Till Date

Power is defined as the capacity or ability to direct or influence the behavior of others or the course of events. Most of these men had more mental stamina acquired by adhering to the core principals than through recommended gym workouts for men.

Beyond the routine exercise for men to acquire bodily strength, there have been certain ‘most powerful men on our planet’, in the recorded history.

They have either written the new course of events or have influenced others making them the most powerful men in historical records in journals, research studies and archeological available to humanity.

One can still feel the aftereffects on global thinking and in some way also on current fashion trends for men!

#5 Qin Shi Huang (259 B.C.-210 B.C.) –

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The first emperor of unified china, that was primarily responsible for unifying the belligerent regions into one union that still exist as China. Qin Shi Huang’s original name was Ying Zheng By the age of 22, Ying Zheng took over the full control of Qin and started dreaming of unifying whole of China by conquering the rest of the 6 states.

#4 Julius Caesar (100 B.C.-44 B.C.) –

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The most powerful men to lay the foundations of Roman Empire that lasted for four centuries. Quintilis, the month in which Julius Caesar was born. The month was renamed Julius (July) in his honor. His famous proclamation, the decisive military campaign: “Veni, vidi, vici,” or “I came, I saw, I conquered is still most powerful line in history.

#3 Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) –

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The French emperor, with rare combination of will, intellect and physical vigor, also who laid the foundations of modern Europe. Beethoven  originally planned to dedicate his third symphony to Napoleon.

#2 Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948) –

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The non-violent Indian leader with core principles of truth transformed the world thinking, experienced today in many forms. Gandhiji ate fruit, nuts, and seeds for five years but switched back to strict vegetarianism after suffering health problems. Gandhiji also took an early vow to avoid milk products, however, after his health began to decline, he started having goat’s milk.

#1 The American Presidents since 1945 –

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With the collection of mass destructive weapons, the President of United States of America is simply the most powerful person in World today. Many presidents had unusual careers before entering the White House. Jimmy Carter, the 39th president, was a peanut farmer. Ronald Reagan, the 40th president, was a movie actor. And Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president, once worked chopping rails for fences.


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