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Worldwar - List of Characters - Historical Characters
... Some historical characters also appear for brief cameos, to give an historical feel to the story In the Balance Tadeusz Bór-Komorowski General, Polish Home Army ... Stalin General Secretary, Communist Party, USSR Stern Jewish guerrilla leader, Jerusalem (Note identity uncertain, best possible match is Avraham Stern) Shigenori Tōgō Japanese foreign minister Nikolai Vasilyev ... Every Inch a King Fort Pillow Give Me Back My Legions! The Guns of the South Household Gods In the Presence of Mine Enemies Justinian Kaleidoscope The Man ...

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