Lando Ndasingwa
Landoald 'Lando' Ndasingwa (died 7 April 1994) was a Rwandan politician, leader of the moderate Parti libéral du Rwanda. He was killed in the beginning of the Rwandan Genocide.Educated at the Collèg...
Armenak Yekarian
Armenakis Yekarian (Armenian: Արմենակ Եկարյան; 1870–1926) was an Armenian fedayee. Yekarian was born in Van, Ottoman Empire. He joined the Armenian national liberation movement through the ranks o...
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Addai Scher
Addai Scher (Syriac: ܐܕܝ ܫܝܪ‏, [ʔadðˈðaːj ʃeːr]) Also written Addai Sher, Addaï Scher and Addai Sheir (3 March 1867 – 21 June 1915), an ethnic Assyrian, was the Chaldean Catholic archbishop of Sii...
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Stepan Zorian
Stepan Zorian (Armenian: Ստեփան Զօրեան, 1867–1919), better known by his nom de guerre Rostom (Ռոստոմ), was one of the three founders of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation and a very active particip...
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Jakub Cytryn
Jakub Cytryn (1909 – 1943) was a Jewish painter in the interwar Poland. He specialized in landscape painting and Jewish themes.Born in Opatów, in the historic province of Lesser Poland, Cytryn showed ...
Hang Thun Hak
Hang Thun Hak (Khmer: ហង្ស ធុនហាក់; August 2, 1926 - April 18, 1975) was a Cambodian radical politician, academic and playwright.
Hak studied theatre in Paris, where he became associated with ...
Deportation of Armenian intellectuals on 24 April 1915
The deportation of Armenian intellectuals, sometimes known as Red Sunday (Western Armenian: Կարմիր կիրակի Garmir giragi), was an event during the Armenian Genocide in which leaders of the Armenian...
Deportation of Armenian intellectuals on 24 April 1915 - Wikipedia
Nico Richter
Nico Richter (2 December 1915, Amsterdam – 16 August 1945, Amsterdam) was a Dutch composer.
Ruben Sevak
Rupen Çilingiryan (Sevag) (Ռուբէն Սեւակ, Silivri, Ottoman Turkey, February 15, 1885 – Çankırı, Ottoman Turkey, August 26, 1915) was an Armenian poet, prose-writer, and doctor.
Rupen Sevak re...
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Erukhan
Erukhan (Armenian: Երուխան) (1870-1915) was the pen name for Yervant Srmakeshkhanlian (Armenian: Երուանդ Սրմաքէշխանլեան). He was an Armenian writer of the late 19th and early 20th century. He was ...
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Jacek Rotmil
Jacek Rotmil (1888–1944) was a Russian-born art director and production designer who worked on 100 films during his career Following the First World War, Rotmil entered the booming German film industr...
Krikor Torosyan
Krikor Torosian (1884 - 1915) was a renowned Armenian satirical writer, journalist, and publisher. He started his own satirical journal entitled Gigo, which became popular among the Armenians in Const...
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Mari Beyleryan
Mari Beyleryan (1877, Constantinople - 1915) was an Armenian feminist activist, writer and public figure.She finished the Esayan college of Constantinople, then studied at the studio of Bera. She cont...
John Dawson Dewhirst
John Dawson Dewhirst (1952 - c. August 1978) was a British teacher and amateur yachtsman who was one of nine western adventurers, and two Britons, known to fall victim to the Khmer Rouge during the ge...
Joseph Kavaruganda
Joseph Kavaruganda (died 7 April 1994) was a Rwandan judge, and president of Rwanda's Constitutional Court. He was killed at the beginning of the Rwandan Genocide.A prominent moderate Hutu, Kavarugan...
Toma Audo
Mar Toma Audo (Syriac: ܬܐܘܡܐ ܐܘܕܘ), also spelled Thomas Audo (October 10, 1854 - July 27, 1918) was Archbishop of the Chaldean Catholic Church.
He was born on October 11, 1855 in Alqosh. His u...
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Sisowath Sirik Matak
Sisowath Sirik Matak (Khmer: ស៊ីសុវត្ថិ សិរិមតះ; January 22, 1914 – April 21, 1975) was a member of the Cambodian royal family, the Varman dynasty, under the House of Sisowath. Siri...
Sisowath Sirik Matak - Wikipedia
Joseph Chhmar Salas
Joseph Chhmar Salas (in Khmer យ៉ូសែប ធ្មារ សាឡាស់; 21 October 1937 – September 1977) was a bishop of the Roman Catholic Apostolic Vicariate of Phnom Penh in Cambodia between 1975 and 1977. He was also...
Joseph Chhmar Salas - Wikipedia
The 20 Hunchakian gallows
The 20 Hunchakian gallows (Armenian: Քսան կախաղան, K'san kakhaghan, also "The 20 Martyrs" and "The 20s") is the common name for the group of Hunchakian activists who were hanged in the Sultan Beya...
The 20 Hunchakian gallows - Wikipedia
Diran Kelekian
Diran Kelekian (Dikran Kelegian, Armenian: Տիրան Քէլէկեան, 1862, Kayseri - 1915, Çankırı) was an Ottoman Armenian journalist, writer and professor of Ottoman University (Istanbul), editor of "Ciha...
Diran Kelekian - Wikipedia
Ardashes Harutiunian
Ardashes Harutiunian (Արտաշէս Յարութիւնեան, also used pen-names Manishak, Ban, Shahen-Garo and Garo, 1873, Malkara, near Rodosto, Ottoman Empire - 16 August 1915) was an Ottoman Armenian poet, a self-...
Ardashes Harutiunian - Wikipedia
Marian Auerbach
Marian Auerbach also known as Majer Auerbach (1882 – July 1941, Lwów) was a Polish classical philologist of Jewish background. He graduated from the Philology Department of the University of Lwów, whe...
Siamanto
Atom Yarjanian (Armenian: Ատոմ Եարճանեան), better known by his pen name Siamanto (Սիամանթօ) (15 August 1878 – August 1915), was an influential Armenian writer, poet and national figure from the la...
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Shimun XXI Benyamin
Mar Shimun XXI Benyamin (1887– 3 March 1918) (Syriac: ܡܪܝ ܒܢܝܡܝܢ ܫܡܥܘܢ ܥܣܪܝܢ ܘܩܕܡܝܐ) was a Catholicos Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East.
He was born in 1887 in the village of ...