Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein, March 14, 1879, Ulm, Württemberg, Germany - April 18, 1955, Princeton, New Jersey, USA) - theoretical physicist, one of the founders of modern theoretical physics, 1921 Nobel Prize…

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Emomali Rahmon
Emomali Sharipovich Rakhmon (real surname Rakhmonov) is a Tajik politician, since 1994 he has been the permanent president of the Republic of Tajikistan. BEGINNING CAREER EMOMALI RAHMON Since 1976, Emomali…

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WAY TO SCIENCE
In 1900, a capable but problematic student who allowed himself to argue with professors, graduated with excellent results. He was not offered to continue his scientific work at alma mater…

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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.

Speaking about the work of Shakespeare, we can almost say nothing about him. About his life, about him, as a man. We only know that he was a simple actor, and then suddenly he became the greatest playwright. This gives rise to an incredible amount of rumors and whether Shakespeare was Shakespeare.

Who is Adolf Hitler everyone knows. We all know that this man is the root cause of the Second World War. He provoked the war for two main reasons, so to speak. First: to become the most powerful man on Earth and in history, and rule the world. The second reason: to generate as much pain as possible, against all those whom he personally considered guilty of the fact that Germany fell into an abusive and humiliating situation after the First World War.

Hitler was a great orator, and he knew that his fellow countrymen wanted to hear, and he knew that they felt the same feelings towards Germany’s offenders as he did. Consequently, it was absolutely easy to raise people to “great” accomplishments and conquests.

The Second World War was the worst, bloodiest war in the history of mankind. She led to the greatest human losses. The estimated number of victims of World War II is 71 million. And Hitler is to blame for this. And during the war, he knew about it. He knew that all these victims were his victims, and he was glad of it. He was proud of it. Today, Hitler in the hearts and minds of people is on the same list with the “Devil” and “Satan.”
In the sixth place of our ranking is the greatest people of all time. Top 10 is the Apostle Paul of Tarsus. Apostle Paul is considered the most important person in the issue of the spread of Christianity, its ideology and principles. The Apostle Paul is considered the most important Christian apologist.

The Apostle Paul is the most famous and revered apostle of all the disciples of Christ.

It may surprise you, but most of the people who ask for the Buddha’s name on Google are not Buddhists. In the Western Hemisphere and throughout Europe, Buddhism is not as widely spread as in the Eastern part – Nepal and India. It is known that Buddha was a mortal man who attained nirvana and spiritual awakening at the age of 35. To achieve nirvana and spiritual knowledge, the Buddha sat in meditation for 49 days under a tree, until he reached the knowledge of what needs to be done in order to end human suffering. Having learned the truth, the Buddha carried his teachings to people, so that all those who work could free themselves from the torment in their lives. This path is called the Noble Eightfold Path, which consists of: the right view, the right intention, the right concentration, the right speech, the right actions, the right way of life, the right efforts and the right attentiveness. According to the Buddha’s teachings, if you follow these simple rules, you can become a truly happy person who does not depend on anything.

William Shakespeare
Shakespeare (Shakespeare) William (23.4. 1564, Stratford-on-Avon, - 23.4.1616, ibid.), English playwright and poet. Rod in the family of an artisan and merchant John S. He studied at a grammar school,…

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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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Nikita Khrushchev
Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev is one of the most impulsive and controversial Soviet political leaders. He expanded the boundaries of freedom and earned a reputation as a fighter for democratization, condemning…

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Sergei Shoigu
Sergei Shoigu was born in Tuvinsk Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, city of Chadan, May 21, 1955. His father, Shoigu Kuzhuget Sereevich, at that time worked as the editor of the…

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