1. Elizabeth II — Queen of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand
Taken when she was only an 18-year-old princess, this picture shows the young Elizabeth Alexandra Mary during her time in the Auxiliary Territorial Service during World War II, 1945.
2. Barack Obama — 44th U.S. President
Obama sits on the couch of a college friend smoking a cigarette in 1980, long before he would become president of the United States.
3. Hillary Clinton — Former U.S. Secretary of State and 2016 Presidential Candidate
Clinton, then Hillary Diane Rodham, sits for a photo shoot while attending Wellesley College, 1969.
5. Donald Trump — Entrepreneur and 2016 Presidential Candidate
The real estate mogul in his senior year of New York Military Academy, 1964.
6. Dilma Rousseff — President of Brazil
This mugshot shows the future Brazilian president apprehended for her participation in a guerrilla movement against the country’s military dictatorship.
7. Martin Luther King Jr. — Minister and Civil Rights Leader
King at the age of 6.
8. Vladimir Putin — President of Russia
An 18-year-old Putin’s class photo, 1970.
9. Xi Jinping — General Secretary of the Communist Party of China
Xi Jinping, then party chief of Zhengding county, Hebei province, 1983.
11. John F. Kennedy — 35th U.S. President
This 1927 portrait shows the young president-to-be at age 10.
15. Shinzō Abe — Prime Minister of Japan
In the center of the picture, kindergartner Abe sits on the lap of his grandfather, then-Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi.
16. Oprah Winfrey — Media Mogul
Seventeen-year-old Winfrey shows off her “Miss Fire Prevention” trophy in her hometown of Nashville in 1971.
18. Bill Gates – Co-Founder of Microsoft
A mugshot of Gates taken by the Albuquerque police in 1977 after he was arrested for traffic violation.
19. Steve Jobs – Co-Founder and Former CEO of Apple
Jobs poses at the first West Coast Computer Faire in San Francisco, where the Apple II computer debuted in 1977.
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