List of Famous Politicians In Madame Tussauds Museum London

Madame Tussauds is a famous wax museum which is known for having wax statues of famous and well known celebrities whether they are related to the world of film industry or politics. Over the past years we have seen some great leaders who have played a major role in making history, their work is remembered in order to get important teachings or to be aware of results of bad or good deeds. Besides books filled up of history this wax museum is also helping in keeping these eminent personalities and their role in the History fresh in our minds.


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    Barak Hussein Obama, the 44th president of United States of America, who acquired great fame due to being the first African American ruler of United States. He was previously serving his duties as the senator of the of United States, but later on he resigned from the post and took part in the 2008 presidential elections, in which he was successful.

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    Margaret Thatcher, besides being the first British prime minister she was well known due to her harsh opposition against the Soviet Union. For 11 years she sustained at the position which also made her the longest serving prime minister of British.

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    Winston Churchill, work in the World War II cannot be ignored which is why he is considered to be one of the greatest wartime leaders of history. Winston Churchill was a conservative politician, he was also declared as a statesman, besides all that twice times he was made the prime minister of British.

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    Nicolas Sarkozy, is the 23rd prime minister of French Republic and the ex officio Co-Prince of Andorra. Sarkozy has been very active in the field of politics. Before he was elected as the president of the French Republic he was the leader of the Union for a Popular Movement. Due to Nicolas Sarkozy’s eminent personality his wax statue is also present at the Madame Tussauds Museum.

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    Ronald Reagan, was declared as the 40th president of Unites States of America in 1981. Previously, he performed his duties as the 33rd Governor of California. Due to his out class activities in the field of politics and the work he has done in  order to serve the citizens of United States of America, was worth being notified, which is why his presence is at the famous wax museum.

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    Tony Blair, is yet another British prime minister who was later on declared as the youngest prime minster because he was elected at the age of 43, this is another reason for making his statue in the museum along with his several other remarkable duties. In June 2007 Tony Blair took resignation from all of his duties including the leadership of the Labor Party.

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    Benazir Bhutto, is well known for being the first former prime minister of Pakistan. Before she was elected as the leader she was also honored for becoming the first female leader who led a major political party. She was also named as the Iron Lady due to her remarkable leadership and being the strong willed woman.

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    Martin Luther King, is a famous African American activist who worked day and night in order to give recognition to the civil rights and eliminate racism form the society. His wax statue was also made so that the world can remember the tremendous quality of leadership. He was later known as the modern American Liberalism when he started following the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi, who was a prominent Indian leader.

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    Eleftherios Venizelos, is a popular Greek leader who was several times elected as the prime minister of Greece. Form the history it is known that he was the one who converted Greece in to a modern Greece. His outrageous leadership in the World War cannot be ignored. These are the few main things which have placed him in the wax museum so that he remains in the memories of the world.

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    Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, was the founder of the Republic of Turkey. His fanatical leadership during the World War I when his army defeated the Ottoman can never be washed away from the history. He came in to notice when he was made the army officer of Turkey. His main aim was to convert the Ottoman Empire into a modern and civilized state.

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    Mohandas Gandhi was an ideological leader of India who worked really hard during the Indian independent movement. His teachings were later on followed by many leaders who by keeping his ideology in mind began their revolution. You can also see his wax statue placed in Madame Tussauds.

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    Adolf Hitler, is yet another prominent leader of German army who played a major role during world war. Hitler being a dictator mostly gained negative eminence especially among Jews. He nearly murdered 11 million people which included 6 million Jews. He is commonly famous for rising fascism in Europe during World War II.

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    Yasser Arafat, is another Muslim leader whose statue is present in the wax museum. This Palestinian leader spent most of his life in struggling and fighting against Israel in order to acquire freedom for the citizens of Palestine. He was also made the president of Palestinian National Authority and the chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization.

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    Saddam Hussein, was made the fifth president of Iraq who remained in reign from 1979 till 2003. Though he was yet another famous Muslim leader but he also accomplished in gaining mostly negative importance. His government was basically over thrown during the war against the American army because he was accused by the former American president George W. Bush of having weapons of mass destruction. Besides that he was also accused of having strong connections with Al-Qaeda.

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    Robert Mugabe, is the president of Zimbabwe before that he was also elected as the prime minister. the reason for which he attained huge importance and fame was due to his movement against the white minority rule which he ran as being the leader of liberation.

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    Mother Teresa, is one of those well known personality whose wax statue took importance before it was made because many people were against it, they thought that her work valued more which is why that work should be given importance by continuing it. Though there were people against still the statue was made.

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