The Biggest Badasses in History!

Ever wonder who the biggest badasses in history are? Look no further than this video to find out who the greatest badasses are in history!

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History is full of some great badasses. Like these people!!

11. Frederick Douglass

In February of 1818, Frederick Douglas was born as an enslaved person. When he died 77 years later, he was a free man. Douglas spent the first 20 years of his life as a slave in Maryland, where as a child he taught himself to read and write. As a teenager he was sent to work for a particularly sadistic slave owner named Edward Covey who was known for beating his slaves. But Douglas fought back, and actually won a physical fight against Covey and his cousin. The legendary battle lasted nearly two hours, with Douglass emerging the victor. No one ever tried to beat him again.

Armed with the ability to read and write, and the desire for freedom, Douglass tried escaping in 1836 and 1837, but failed both times. But the third time was the charm. In 1838, Douglass, with the help of a free black woman named Anna Murray, disguised himself as a sailor and boarded a train to Delaware. He then trekked to Philadelphia and ultimately to New York City and freedom.

As a free man, Douglass was a staunch abolitionist, working tirelessly to end slavery. During the Civil War he helped the Union cause, working as a recruiter while also advocating for suffrage for free black men.

In his lifetime, Douglass saw the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments, which ended slavery, provided citizenship and equal protection under the law for African Americans,, and gave them the right to vote.

In his later years, he worked to combat White Supremacy, in particular, the KKK, while campaigning for women’s suffrage too. Today he is regarded as one of the most prominent civil rights leaders and an American hero.

10. Tank Man

We may never know his real name, but the image of one man standing in front of a bunch of tanks is pretty badass. Since the occurrence in 1989, the image has become iconic worldwide.

The incident happened on June 5, 1989 as the Chinese military was cracking down on the Tiananmen Square protests, which resulted in a massacre by the military after the Government imposed martial law.

10. Tank Man

We may never know his real name, but the image of one man standing in front of a bunch of tanks is pretty badass. Since the occurrence in 1989, the image has become iconic worldwide.

The incident happened on June 5, 1989 as the Chinese military was cracking down on the Tiananmen Square protests, which resulted in a massacre by the military after the Government imposed martial law.

As four tanks were driving towards the north end of Tiananmen Square, this dude just walked up to the tanks and stops. When the tanks tried to move around him, he would move as well, blocking their path. This went on for a while until the tanks finally shut their engines off. The mysterious man then hopped up onto the tank, and had some kind of conversation with the tank commander.

He then climbed back down, the engines started back up and they once again found themselves at an impasse. Finally, two men wearing blue, possibly members of the Public Security Bureau or concerned bystanders, and the tanks went on their way.

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