Charlie Chaplin
Sir Charles Sainser "Charley" Chaplin, KBE (English Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin; April 16, 1889 - December 25, 1977) - an outstanding American and English film actor, screenwriter, composer and director,…

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Jacques-Yves Cousteau
THE WAY OF JACQUE IV A BED IN SCIENCE: TO SEA DEPTH In 1938, Jacques-Yves Cousteau began to dive often into the depths of the sea, using only a mask…

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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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cold and scurvy

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

In 1931, a young specialist worked at the Central Clinical Hospital of one of the capital aircraft factories. After a couple of months, he moved to the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute. Then, as a senior engineer at TsAGI, he also took up research on the principles of operation of jet engines in the organization of GIRD, established jointly with the inventor Zandler and with the assistance of Osoaviakhim, where the first Soviet ballistic liquid-fuel missiles were tested under his command. Continue reading

Petr Stolypin
Peter Stolypin - Prime Minister and Interior Minister of the Russian Empire, presented by some researchers as a tyrant and a “fake hero”, others as a bold reformer who made…

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Catherine II The Great
Starting in 1762 her reign, Catherine II tried to arrange the state in accordance with the ideals of the Enlightenment. It embodied important and significant reforms for the empire, gaining…

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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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Dmitriy Mendeleev
SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITY In 1855, Mendeleev graduated with honors and began teaching first at the gymnasium of Simferopol, then at Odessa (he was sent to the south for health amendment at…

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