It's so rare to see a normal, easy to pronounce name in history textbooks. It's always "Sir Clementon von Crailreign was the prince of France between 1623-1654", never "In 1698, Mikey Smith invented the railroad spike, a very important tool relevant in the upstart of the Industrial Revolution". amirite?

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john adams?
james madison?
john marshall?
george mason?
james monroe?
andrew jackson?

really not that rare... :P

Ours were fairly easy. Like, Apolinario Mabini, Emilio Aguinaldo, all that shizz.

A lot were hard, but easy ones weren't that rare, even among foreign figures.
Adolf Hitler
Joseph Stalin
Mao Zedong
Christopher Columbus
Nelson Mandela
Napoleon Bonaparte
Marco Polo

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