Time magazine was first published in 1923 and making the cover of Time has usually been an indicator of a person’s notability, fame or notoriety. The people were well-known at the time but many require research today to know why they would have qualified.
Taking place between WWI and WWII, the names on this list reflect some of the past figures and some up-and-coming names that the world eventually became more familiar with. The list also includes a woman as well as many people from various countries.
This puzzle includes the names of the first twenty-six people that graced the cover of Time magazine … Andrew Mellon, Benito Mussolini, Burton K. Wheeler, Earl Of Birkenhead, Edward M. House, Eleanora Duse, F. E. Smith, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Frederick G. Banting, Fuad I Of Egypt, Herbert L. Pratt, Hugo Stinnes, James Couzens, James M. Beck, John Barton Payne, John L. Lewis, Joseph Conrad, Joseph G. Cannon, Mason M. Patrick, Mustafa Kemal, René Viviani, Roy Asa Haynes, Samuel George Blythe, Samuel M. Vauclain, Stephen Sanford, Warren G. Harding, and Winston Churchill.
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