Alec Gray (socialist)
Alec J. M. Gray was a British socialist.A railway clerk, Gray is believed to have been a member of the Independent Labour Party before helping found the Socialist Party of Great Britain in June 1904. ...
Ernst Lindenbauer
Ernst Lindenbauer (18 November 1881 Lichtenegg/Wels – 22 April 1961 Vienna) was Chief Rider from 1919 - 1950 at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.Lindenbauer was born in Lichtenegg/Wels, Upper...
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Mitchell S. Buck
Mitchell Starrett Buck (10th Feb. 1887 - 12 May 1959) was an American poet, translator and classical scholar. His volumes of verse and prose poetry were deeply influenced by 1890s aestheticism as well...
Enrique Chevalier
Enrique Chevalier (ca. 1845 - ca. 1925) was the Mayor of Ponce, Puerto Rico in 1902.In 1902, the Puerto Rico Legislature approved a law that annexed the municipality of Guayanilla to the municipality ...
Narottam Narayan
Narottam Narayan Sharma (born 1896, died 1986 or 1992) was an Indian artist from Nathdwara. He is especially famous for his images of Krishna, which were popular throughout North India and were even m...
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Micheál Breathnach
Micheál Breathnach, Irish writer, (born 1886)Born at Sylaun, Tuam, County Galway, the son of two teachers, raised as a Gaeilgeoir (a native-Irish speaker). he was educated by the Jesuits at Coláiste I...
Albert Milton
Albert Milton (born c. 1885) was an English footballer who played for Sunderland as a full back.
After being sold by Barnsley to Sunderland in 1908, Milton made his debut on 9 September 1908 in a ...
George Anderson (footballer born 1881)
George Edward Anderson (1881 – 1962) was an English professional footballer born in Sunderland who played as an outside left. He made 74 appearances for Birmingham in the Football League, and went on ...
Masanobu Tsuji
Masanobu Tsuji (辻 政信, Tsuji Masanobu, 11 October 1901 – ca.1961) was a tactician of the Imperial Japanese Army during the Second World War and later a politician. He was responsible fo...
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Constance Clyde
Constance Clyde (born 1872, Scotland) was a New Zealand writer.Clyde came to New Zealand as a child, and was educated at Otago Girls' High School. She moved to Sydney in 1898, and wrote for the Sydney...
P. Dittrich
P. Dittrich (fl. 1880–1918) was the first German photographer to establish himself in Egypt. He presumably came with the group Heymann, Laroche & Co., of which he was a member. He opened his own s...
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Dionysios Arbouzis
Dionysios Arbouzis (Greek: Διονύσιος Αρμπούζης) was a Greek Army officer who rose to the rank of General and held the position of Chief of the Hellenic Armed Forces in 1974-1976, after the fall of...
Erich Neumann (politician)
Erich Neumann (b. 31 May 1892 — d. 1948 or 23 March 1951) was a Nazi politician.Neumann was born in Forst (Lausitz) into a Protestant family. His father was a factory owner.After receiving his Abitur,...
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