because he is an iconic image
Nelson Mandela is famous throughout the world.
Nelson Mandela is famous the world over for helping to end apartheid in South Africa.
To adults: Nelson Mandela To children: Yogi Bear
Nelson Mandela was famous because he break the law of aparthied .
Because Darth Vader is a pop culture figure, he is probably more famous than Nelson Mandela.
There are many famous Nelsons. Nelson Mandela, Nelson on the Simpsons, Nelson Cruz, Nelson Rockefeller, and Nelson Eddy are all famous Nelsons.
of course he is
No, they are not. It is a customary tradition among famous women to call Nelson Mandela after meeting him a couple of times.
by going to the toilet in atlantis
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He was put in jail
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famous man is nelson mandela
In south Africa when the whites ruled. nelson Mandela fought the apartheid and won.He is also the first black president of southafrica
She protested and was part of an association where they fought against segregation. This is where she met Nelson Mandela.
Nelson Mandela was the first African President of South Africa. He fought for equal rights for South Africans during apartheid.
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he was in prison for 27 years!
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Nelson Mandela.... (loads of people)
because he fought for what he believed in
Mohammad Ali is more famous.
Winnie the Pooh is more famous.
Nelson Mandela served as President of South Africa. However, he is primarily famous for his work as an anti-apartheid revolutionary and his work in changing the social system of apartheid in South Africa.
Probably Nelson Mandela, certainly if you look on the direct impact he has had on the lives of millions of people and on the course of a whole nation.
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batman because he is asome
He stood up for south africa
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I believe is Nelson Mandela.
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Ghandi, Abraham Lincoln, Nelson Mandela