Reto Rossetti
Reto Rossetti (11 April 1909 – 20 September 1994) was a poet and an Esperantist professor. He was Italian-Swiss and retained his nationality, although he lived all his life in Britain. His profession...
Baldur Ragnarsson
Baldur Ragnarsson (born 25 August 1930) is an Icelandic poet and author of Esperanto works. He was a teacher and a superintendent of schools in Iceland.
He learned Esperanto at school in 1949 and ...
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Franko Luin
Franko Luin (born April 6, 1941 in Trieste, Italy, died September 15, 2005 in Tyresö, Sweden) was a Swedish type designer of Slovene origin. He studied graphic arts at Grafiska Institutet in Stockholm...
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Nadija Hordijenko Andrianova
Nadia Hordijenko Andrianova (Надія Миколаївна Андріанова-Гордієнко in Ukrainian; 1921–1998) was a Ukrainian writer and translator of the language Esperanto. She studied literature and journalism...
Montagu C. Butler
Montagu Christie Butler, (b. 25 January 1884 in London, d. 5 May 1970) was a British academic, librarian, lexicographer, musician, and Esperantist. A winner of several prizes at the Royal Academy of M...
L. L. Zamenhof
Ludwik Lazarus Zamenhof (15 December 1859 – 14 April 1917) was the creator of Esperanto, the world's most successful constructed language, and a physician by profession. He grew up fascinated by ...
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Nikolai Vladimirovich Nekrasov
Nikolai Vladimirovich Nekrasov (Russian: Николай Владимирович Некрасов) (18 December 1900—4 October 1938) was a Russian Esperanto writer, translator, and critic.
Nekrasov was born in Moscow. A...
Karel Píč
Karel Píč (Esperanto: Karolo Piĉ, December 6, 1920 – August 15, 1995) was a leading Czech Esperantist, a member of the Academy of Esperanto, a poet and writer of short stories, essays, and novels in ...
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Kazimierz Bein
Kazimierz Bein (1872 – June 15, 1959) was a Polish ophthalmologist, the founder and sometime director of the Warsaw Ophthalmic Institute (Warszawski Instytut Oftalmiczny).He was also, for a time, a ...
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Muztar Abbasi
Allama Muztar Abbasi (Born 1931 in Murree - Died 26 February 2004 in Islamabad) was a Pakistani Muslim scholar belonged to the Dhund Abbasi tribe of the Murree Hills Musyari and Rawalpindi District. H...
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Georges Lagrange
Georges Lagrange, (August 31, 1928, Gagny, Seine-Saint-Denis – April 30, 2004 Poitiers) was a French esperanto writer, member of Academy of Esperanto. He translated several theater pieces from French ...
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William Auld
William Auld (6 November 1924 – 11 September 2006) was a Scottish poet, author, translator and magazine editor who wrote chiefly in Esperanto. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature in 199...
Hector Hodler
Hector Hodler (1 October 1887, in Geneva – 31 March 1920, in Leysin, Switzerland) was a Swiss Esperantist who had a strong influence on the early Esperanto movement.Hodler was a son of the Swiss paint...
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Lidia Zamenhof
Lidia Zamenhof (in Esperanto, sometimes Lidja; 1904–1942) was a Polish writer, publisher, translator and the youngest daughter of Ludwik Zamenhof, the creator of the international auxiliary lang...
Antoni Grabowski
Antoni Grabowski (June 11, 1857 in Nowe Dobra, a village 10 km northeast of Chełmno – July 4, 1921 in Warsaw) was a Polish chemical engineer, and an activist of the early Esperanto movement. His ...
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Gaston Waringhien
Gaston Waringhien (July 20, 1901 - December 20, 1991) was a French linguist, lexicographer, and Esperantist. He wrote poems as well as essays and books on linguistics. He was chairman of the Akademio ...
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Raymond Schwartz
Raymond Schwartz (April 8, 1894 – May 14, 1973), was a French banker and Esperanto author who wrote many poems and novels in Esperanto, as well as skits which he directed for Parisian Esperanto cabar...
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