20 world leaders long before they left their mark on history
• 20 world leaders long before they have left their mark in the history of
Sometimes it's hard to imagine how politicians look long before gained power and left their mark in the history of the different countries of the world. This material presents old photos of world leaders present and the past, which you can see them for what is hardly ever seen.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
16-year-old Kim Il Sung in 1928.
The present King of Saudi Arabia Salman in 1954. At the age of 19, he was the deputy governor of the capital, Riyadh.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel in 1990.
Russian President Vladimir Putin in 1950.
, Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau feeding pigeons in Venice with his father, Pierre Trudeau, who, in turn, led the government in 1980.
Being 19 years of age in the early 1990s, the current Prime Minister of Italy Matteo Renzi was in TV, where he managed to win the equivalent of several tens of thousands of euros.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (left) in 1956.
The Fascist leader Benito Mussolini in Italy in 1903, after being detained by Swiss police.
Adolf Hitler as a child.
Queen Elizabeth II with his sister Margaret in 1943. They participated in the first campaign, the women's organization of scouts Buckingham Palace. Two strips her uniform suggests that she Scouts troop leader.
Former US President Bill Clinton as a child dissects the yard on a pony, Arkansas.
United Kingdom Foreign Minister Boris Johnson (at that time - the President of debating society "Oxford Union") in 1986.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff (center).
The former president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, after a failed attempt to overthrow the government in 1992. A few years later he was elected president.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in 1986. At that time he was the ambassador of Israel in the United States.
US President Barack Obama with his grandparents in New York, 1980.
Former US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1890.
The leader of the Communist Party of Romania, Nicolae Ceausescu, at age 16, in 1934.
Indian public and political leader Mahatma Gandhi (right) with his brother Laksmidasom in 1886.