Bertha Benz: The First Driver
She forged the road ahead, to pave it for us all. This is the story of Bertha Benz, The First Driver. Produced by Normal Content (http://normalcontent.com)
The Tragically Powerful Story Behind The Lone German Who Refused To Give Hitler The Nazi Salute
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Up For Auction: The Coolest Catcher's Mitt In Baseball History
A century-old catcher's mitt used by one of baseball pioneers tells the rough-and-tumble story of baseball's early days.
Erwin Rommel - Erwin Rommel and his Afrika Korps
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William James Sidis - IQ 200+ | Smartest person ever (4 of 4)
Part four (of four) of a meta-analysis ranking of the world's 37 greatest geniuses, child prodigies, and thinkers ever said to have had an IQ of 200 or above...
Franciszek Malinowski (activist)
Franciszek Malinowski (8 or 10 October 1897 – 27 or 28 February 1944) was a Polish activist, communist and politician.Franciszek Malinowski was executed on 27 or 28 February 1944, aged 46, at th...
Takeo Takagi
Takeo Takagi (高木 武雄, Takagi Takeo, 25 January 1892 – 8 July 1944) was an admiral in the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.
Takagi was a native of Iwaki city, Fukushima prefe...
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Clement O. Miniger
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Bill Endicott
Bill Endicott (5 November 1876 – 7 June 1944) was an American racecar driver.
He was born on November 5, 1876 in Montgomery, Indiana. He died on June 7, 1944 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Jean Zay
Jean Zay was a French politician born in Orléans (Loiret) on 6 August 1904 and assassinated 20 June 1944 by the miliciens in Molles (Allier). He was the Minister of National Education and Fine Arts fr...
Sylvio Lazzari
Sylvio Lazzari (born Josef Fortunat Silvester Lazzari) (Bolzano, December 30, 1857 - Suresnes, June 10, 1944) was a French composer of Austrian origin.
Lazzari came to Paris in 1882 after studying...
Sylvio Lazzari - Wikipedia
The Tragically Powerful Story Behind The Lone German Who Refused To Give Hitler The Nazi Salute
Adopted by the Nazi Party in the 1930s, Hitler's infamous "sieg heil" (meaning "hail victory") salute was mandatory for all German citizens as a demonstration of loyalty to the Führer, his party, and ...
John Ernest Buttery Hotson
Sir John Ernest Buttery Hotson, KCSI, OBE, VD (17 March 1877 – 13 May 1944) was an administrator in India during the British Raj. Born in Glasgow to Hamilton and Margaret (Maggie) Hotson, he was educa...
Up For Auction: The Coolest Catcher's Mitt In Baseball History
A century-old catcher's mitt used by one of baseball pioneers tells the rough-and-tumble story of baseball's early days.
Bruno Lüdke
Bruno Lüdke (3 April 1908 – 26 April 1944) was an alleged German serial killer. Nazi police officials connected him to at least 51 murder victims, mainly women, killed in a 15-year period, which ...
Egbert Hayessen
Egbert Hayessen (28 December 1913 – 15 August 1944) was a German resistance fighter in the struggle against Adolf Hitler, and a major in the army.Born in Eisleben, Hayessen grew up on the Hessian stat...
Egbert Hayessen - Wikipedia
Agustín Barrios
Agustín Pío Barrios (also known as Agustín Barrios Mangoré, May 5, 1885 – August 7, 1944), was a Paraguayan classical guitarist and composer.
It has been generally accepted that Barrios was ...
Roger Bushell
Squadron Leader Roger Joyce Bushell RAF (30 August 1910 – 29 March 1944) was an Auxiliary Air Force pilot who organised and led the famous escape from the German prisoner of war camp, Stalag Lu...
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Scott Hardesty
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Lauritz Nelson
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Nelson was born March...
Virginio Gayda
Virginio Gayda (12 August 1885 - 14 March 1944) was a prominent Italian fascist and journalist during the reign of Benito Mussolini's National Fascist Party.Gayda came to prominence as editor of Il Gi...
Alan Pearsall
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Percy Nunn
Sir Thomas Percy Nunn (28 December 1870 – 12 December 1944) was a British educationalist, Professor of Education, 1913–36 at Institute of Education, University of London. He was knighted in 1930.
Edward C. Eicher
Edward C. Eicher (December 16, 1878 - November 29, 1944) was a three-term congressman, federal securities regulator, and U.S. District Court judge during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. He wa...
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Albert Bausch
Dr. jur. Albert Bausch (2 July 1904 – 29 August 1944) was a highly decorated Major der Reserve in the Wehrmacht during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. T...
Stuart Paton
Stuart Paton (23 July 1883 – 16 December 1944) was a British director, screenwriter and actor of the silent era. He directed 67 films between 1915 and 1938. He also wrote for 24 films between 19...
Stuart Paton - Wikipedia
Frank Winters (ice hockey)
Francis J. "Coddy" Winters (born January 29, 1884 in Duluth, Minnesota - d. November 17, 1944) was an American ice hockey player. Winters played ice hockey mostly in the Cleveland area, including the ...
Jakob Altenberg
Jakob Altenberg (1875–1944) was an Austrian businessman and picture frame dealer. Altenberg, who was Jewish by birth, was a business partner of the young Adolf Hitler in his Vienna period (1909–13), w...