Did you ever wonder how history would be different had Napoleon not been a megalomaniac? What if George Washington had been a megalomaniac, unwilling to relinquish his power after being president for two terms? It is important to remember that no matter how great or infamous an illustrious historical personality is, they are, first and foremost, human beings. As such, they are subject to human frailties. We will examine some important people in history and the emotional propensities in their psychological structures that led them to act the way that they did.