GREAT MILLENNIUM PEOPLE

Kim Jong-il
Kim Jong Il is the ex-leader of North Korea, awarded after the death of the highest military title of generalissimo, four times the hero of the country, the son of…

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Theresa May
Theresa May is a famous British politician. From 2010 to 2012, she headed the ministerial portfolio for women's affairs (for equality) in the government of David Cameron, and later served…

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Vladimir Lenin
Vladimir Lenin (present: Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov) - the famous revolutionary, leader of the Land of Soviets and leader of the working people of the whole world, founder of the first…

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Peter the First

Peter I Velikiy (Petr Alekseevich; May 30 (June 9), 1672 – January 28 (February 8), 1725) was the Tsar of All Russia from the Romanov dynasty (from 1682) and the first Russian Emperor (from 1721).
Peter was proclaimed king in 1682 at the age of 10, began to rule independently since 1689 [1]. From a young age showing an interest in science and foreign lifestyle, Peter was the first of the Russian Tsars to make a long journey to the countries of Western Europe (1697-1698 years). Continue reading

Leonardo da Vinci

Italian painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, technician, scientist, mathematician, anatomist, botanist, musician, philosopher of the High Renaissance era. Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452 in the town of Vinci, near Florence. His father, Señor, Messer Piero da Vinci, was a rich notary, as were the four previous generations of his ancestors. When Leonardo was born, he was about 25 years old. Piero da Vinci died at 77 years old (in 1504), during his life he had four wives and was the father of ten sons and two daughters (the last child was born when he was 75 years old). Continue reading

William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare is a man whom we repeat every day, quoting and not even suspecting that it was he who invented this phrase or expression. It is amazing, remember how often you say something like this: “not all is gold that glitters”, “pitiful sight”, “food of the gods”, “all is well that ends well”. All this is Shakespeare. And of course, the most famous phrase of the maestro: “to be or not to be”. Egil Aarvik, a representative of the Nobel Prize Committee, once said that Shakespeare would be the only person who could claim to receive the Nobel Prize more than once. Continue reading

The greatest people of all time.

What does it mean to be famous? Here, for example, Chesley Sullenberger got into the second position of the Top 100 most influential people in 2009 for just a successful emergency landing of an aircraft, as a result of which no one was hurt. But time passes, and all these rating names are erased and dissolved in the millions of the same rating names. But there are ten people who are known in every part of the world. They knew about them, they know and will know. Continue reading

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The most famous scientists
Considerable contribution to science is made by scientists and eminent scientists. In every field of science there are a number of especially honored, famous scientists. For example, speaking of psychology,…

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Famous politicians and historical figures
Speaking about the world of cinema and about famous actors, the image of Charlie Chaplin always pops up. The image of the wanderer intellectual invented by him was liked by…

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John Kennedy
John Fittedgered Kennedy (John Kennedy), in his homeland usually referred to as the initial letters of the name and surname JFK, is an American politician, President of the United States…

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Thomas Edison
The name of the famous American inventor, a talented 19th century entrepreneur, the founder of several large electrical companies Thomas Edison is inextricably linked to a number of great inventions…

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