So they would shine today 12 famous historical figures

The history of the world is shaped by people strong and brave. Become a part of history and leave a legacy that lasts for centuries. Have you ever wondered how you would appear and how they behave these personalities of the past if they were alive now?

Great.guru decided to mostarte how some well-known people of the past would be today. ¡There are 2 historical figures that have their double modern!

12. Elizabeth I

Elizabeth I, also called the Virgin Queen, had other nicknames as “Good Queen Bess” and “Gloriana”. But he also liked to give pet names to his courtiers. For example, Burghley was her “spirit”; his alleged lover, Robert Dudley, earl of Leicester was her “eyes”, and François, duke of Anjou, was her “frog”. If he lived in modern times, it is most likely to call her a feminist and a great leader.

11. Nefertiti

It was thought that the queen Nefertiti of Egypt was one of the most powerful women and beautiful that ruled in the history. Little is known about his family and where I came from, but the big changes that brought her marriage to Akhenaten, are still discussed by scholars of today. Having 6 daughters of the king Akhenaton, she mysteriously disappeared. No one knows with certainty if it simply died or became a pharaoh.

In the TWENTY-first century, Nefertiti would probably have ended up in jail for their attempts at exclusive control of power. Or maybe not?

10. Henry VIII

The king of England Henry VIII in the FOURTEENTH century was good at writing, but suffered from hypochondria. In the second millennium d.C. he probably would have become a star of a tabloid and write books under a pseudonym great.

9. Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley, “The king of rock and roll”, had a dead twin brother, Jesse Gave, that he was buried the day after his birth. Elvis never toured the world. It is believed that his manager, Colonel Parker, was an illegal immigrant, rejected all the submissions to international because I was afraid of not being allowed to go to the united States.

In the year 2017, Presley would have traveled around the world on many occasions and I probably would have fired their manager a long time ago.

8. Marie-Antoinette of France

Marie Antoinette, queen of France, you may never have said: “oh, Let them eat cake!”, as is told in the story. However, she was married at 14 years with a man I had never seen before and then be executed along with their new family. What would have ended the queen of France executed if he had lived today?

7. King Edward VIII

King Edward VIII was known for his brief reign and his love for the commoner, american Wallis Simpson, whom he married shortly after his abdication of the throne. Today a son or a grandson of queen Elizabeth II, would not abdicate.

6. Empress Josephine of France

Jane of France was a woman of high society who married Napoleon to then divorce after 20 years of marriage because he had no heir. However, it became part of many european royal families through their children by Alexandre de Beauharnais. In the year 2017, probably Jane would have become a personality prominent in television, and had written his memoirs based on his relationship with Napoleon.

5. William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare, the writer most famous in the English-speaking world. What would be writing masterpieces or would resort to the novel easy to read if he were living today? In his time, Shakespeare was not even close to being good at spelling. Apparently, your name can be rewritten to form “I am a weak spelling”, what is proof if you look at the edition of 1599 “Romeo and Juliet”.

4. Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson

The battle of Trafalgar would never have been a success if Horatio Nelson had not become an admiral of the navy. “The touch of Nelson” was a combination of great leadership, a personality dazzling and wisdom. Your captains supported his movements, helping him to become what he is in the story. Today, they would have done one or two movies about him even being alive.

3. Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein, the physicist most prominent in the world, probably in these times would have gotten a tv program where it became popular in mathematics and physics. Also plead for a better education and inclusion. What is more likely is that what we saw in the tv programmes of the night as a guest. Because the F. B. I so spied on for years, it could have been a target of the secret service, even now.

2. Vladimir Lenin

Vladimir Lenin, a communist leader and the founder of the USSR. If he had lived now, what would be successful in their intentions to conquer the world with the revolution of the proletariat? Lenin was not even his real name. He was born with the name Vladimir Ulyanov, but it took many pseudonyms before sticking to that we all know today.

1. Napoleon I of France

Napoleon Bonaparte, emperor of France, is one of the historical figures more explicitly beloved. His life and legacy live until the day of today and inspire many people. Little know to his fans that after his defeat at Waterloo, Napoleon was considering immigrating to the united States. However, the british did not allow him to navigate and he ended up in exile on an island in the middle of the Atlantic. In modern times, however, we would have won the title of dictator and war criminal for his attempts to conquer the world.

Bonus. Double of Lenin and Krupskaya

Sometimes the history and genetics play a role in a mysterious and produce similarities with the historical figures that we all know. Look at the double of Vladimir Lenin and his wife Nadezhda Krupskaya: Leo DiCaprio and Scarlett Johansson. If you ever accept to interpret the roles of this couple revolutionary, you will not need any special make-up.

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