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John Kirby (musician)
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The gruesome, untold story of Eva Peron’s lobotomy
Did Evita die as the result of sinister brain surgery? A few weeks before she died, Eva Peron rode next to her husband for his second inauguration as President of Argentina. Her cervical cancer, it is...
Don Stephen Senanayake
Don Stephen Senanayake, PC (Sinhala: දොන් ස්ටීවන් සේනානායක; 20 October 1883 – 22 March 1952) was the first Prime Minister of Sri Lanka. He emerged as the leader of the Sri Lankan independence move...
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Abdul Jabbar (activist)
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Walter Lowrie Hervey
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Abdus Salam (Bengali Language Movement demonstrator)
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Abdur Rahim (judge)
Sir Abdur Rahim, KCSI (September 1867 – 1952), sometimes spelt Abdul Rahim, was a judge and politician in British India, and a leading member of the Muslim League. He was President of the Nikhil Banga...
Abul Barkat
Abul Barkat (Bengali: আবুল বরকত ) (June 16, 1927 – February 21, 1952) was a demonstrator killed during the Bengali Language Movement protests which took place in the erstwhile East Pakistan (curre...
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Orin Grant Libby
Orin Grant Libby (June 9, 1864, near Hammond, Wisconsin - March 29, 1952, Grand Forks, North Dakota) was an American historian.
Libby was the son of farmer Asa Libby and his wife Julia (Barrows) L...
Louis Verneuil
Louis Jacques Marie Collin du Bocage (14 May 1893 – 3 November 1952), better known by the pen name Louis Verneuil, was a French playwright, screenwriter, and actor.Born in Paris, Verneuil wrote ...
Theodoros Pangalos (general)
Lieutenant General Theodoros Pangalos (Greek: Θεόδωρος Πάγκαλος) (11 January 1878 – 26 February 1952) was a Greek soldier, politician and dictator. A distinguished staff officer and an ardent Veni...
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Alfred Einstein
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Ernest Vessiot
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Ferdinand Lot
Ferdinand Victor Henri Lot (Le Plessis Piquet, 20 September 1866 – Fontenay-aux-Roses, 20 July 1952) was a French historian and medievalist. His masterpiece, The End of the Ancient World and the...
Malik Khoshaba
Malik Khoshaba Yousep (died 1952) was an Assyrian leader (Malik') of the Tyari tribe who played a significant role during the Assyrian war of independence during World War IKhoshaba led forces in coun...
Hunter Wyatt-Brown
Hunter Wyatt-Brown (February 14, 1884 – April 24, 1952) was the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Harrisburg (Central Pennsylvania). He was born in Eufaula, Alabama and died in Sewanee, Tennessee. Wy...
Gertie Millar
Gertrude "Gertie" Millar (later Countess of Dudley) (21 February 1879 – 25 April 1952) was an English actress and singer of the early 20th century, known for her performances in Edwardian musical come...
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Harry B. Mulliken
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Carlo Agostini
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Jerzy Borejsza
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Jack Skurnick
Jack Skurnick (March 1910 - September 1952) was the founder and director of EMS Recordings and publisher and editor of the highly regarded music review, Just Records.
Skurnick worked in a music st...
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Georg Ritter von Hengl
Georg Ritter von Hengl (21 October 1897 – 19 March 1952) was a highly decorated General der Gebirgstruppe in the Wehrmacht during World War II who commanded the XIX Mountain Corps. He was also a recip...
3rd Taktra Rinpoche
Ngawang Sungrab Thutob (Standard Tibetan: སྟག་བྲག་ནག་དབང་གསུང་རབ།; Chinese: 三世达扎阿旺松绕) (1874–1952) was the third Taktra Rinpoche, (Wylie transliteration: sTag-brag, also Takdrak, Tagdrag, etc.)...
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John Langenus
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Frederick Jacobi
Frederick Jacobi (May 4, 1891 – October 24, 1952) was a prolific American composer and teacher. His works include symphonies, concerti, chamber music, works for solo piano and for solo organ, lieder, ...
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