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The Tobacco Revolution
on Ayatollah Haj Mirza Mohammad Hasan Shirazi was one of Shi’ite scientists. In 1248 AH, as a youth, he left his hometown for Shiraz City where he studied both rational and traditional sciences. In 1295 AH, he left for ...
Ali Sayyad Shirazi
azi (1944 – 10 April 1999) Ali Sayyad Shirazi was born in Kaboud Gonbad in 1323 (1944). His father was a military man, which motivated Ali to join army too. In 1964 he was admitted as a cadet. He was promoted to second...
Red Ribbon History
ry Visual AIDS , founded in 1988, was one of the first national initiatives to record the impact of the AIDS pandemic on the artistic community. It brought together the arts and AIDS communities through its renowned natio...
33rd International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva 2005
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Norouz; Declaration of Iranians' Livelihood, EternityBy:Dr. Ali Shariati To say something new about Norouz is a difficult task. Norouz is a national celebration and everyone knows what a national celebration us...
Shah evasion from Iran
ran (26 Day 1357 / 15 January 1978) By primary sparking of Revolution, pressure of opponent forces of regime, revolt of people with Imam's leadership, cruelly pogrom in 17th Shahrivar, holding the fortieth ceremony o...
63; humanist, philosopher, historian, lexicographer, and inventor (1551 - January 17, 1617, Venice) Since as a youth Vrančić was interested in science, he attended schools in Padua (Padova) and Venice,...
don author of over 50 books (January 12, 1876 - November 22, 1916) Born in San Francisco in 1876 Jack London grew up in a world witnessing the settlement of the last frontier. Gone forever were the proud days of ...
tie The Queen of Crime (September 15, 1890–January 12, 1976) Agatha Christie is the world's best-known mystery writer. Her books have sold over a billion copies in the English language and another billion in ov...
Richard Copley Christie
tie English scholar (July 22, 1830 - January 9, 1901) Richard Copley was born at Lenton in Nottinghamshire, the son of a mill owner. He was educated at Lincoln College, Oxford, and was called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn...
Maria Gaetana Agnesi
esi Italian scientist (May 16, 1718 - January 9, 1799) Background Agnesi was born inItaly in 1718 to a wealthy and literate family. She was the daughter of a mathematician. During this time,Italy was opposed to ...
ield New Zealand's most famous writer (October 14, 1888–January 9, 1923) Katherine Mansfield was born inWellington, New Zealand, into a middle-class colonial family. Her father, Harold Beauchamp, was a banker and ...
Dr. Albert Hofmann
nn Swiss chemist, discoverer of LSD effects (born 11 January 1906) Dr. Albert Hofmann, Ph.D., Dr. Pharm. (Hon.), Dr. Sc.Nat. (Hon.), Head of the Pharmaceutical-Chemical Research Laboratories (retired), Division of Natural...
aki (January 7, 1943 – October 25, 1955) Sadako Sasaki is Japanese girl. She lived in her home near Misasa Bridge in Hiroshima. She was two years old when the atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan on August 6, ...
Gibran Khalil Gibran
ran ( January 6, 1883 -1931) Gibran Khalil Gibran was born on January 6, 1883, to the Maronite family of Gibran in Bsharri, a mountainous area in Northern Lebanon [Lebanon was a Turkish province part of Greater Syri...
est Author ( October 17 , 1903 - December 22 , 1940 ) West was born in 1903 in New York City, New York to Max and Anna (Wallenstein) Weinstein. His Jewish family was financially supported by his father, ...
apek Novelist, playwright, and editorialist used word robot for first time ( January 9 , 1890 - December 25 , 1938 ) The Czech novelist, playwright, and editorialist Karel Čapek was born inMalé Sva...
Hermann Samuel Reimarus
German philosopher and writer ( December 22 , 1694 - March 1 , 1768 ) He was educated by his father and by the scholar JA Fabricius , whose son-in-law he subsequently became. He studied theology , ancient l...
ton American Humanitarian ( December 25 , 1821 – April 12 , 1912 ) Clara Harlowe Barton was born on December 25, 1821 in North Oxford, Massachusetts. In her long career of public service Miss Barton was succ...
mus ( December 14 , 1503 - July 1 , 1566 ) Michel de Nostradame, more commonly known as Nostradamus, was born on December 14, 1503, in St. Remy de Provence. He was a seer and a time traveler living in 2 realit...
ouz ( December 11 , 1911 ) Naguib Mahfouz is considered one of the foremost writers in modern Arabic literature. Born in the al-Jamaliyya district of Cairo, Egypt, on December 11, 1911, he was the youngest of seve...
wen English football player (December 14, 1979 in Chester, UK) Michael James Owen is an English football player. He plays as a striker, and is noted particularly for his speed and acceleration. He has enjoyed a hu...
ton Widely considered among the five greatest poets in the English language, John Milton was born and educated inLondon, the son of a musical composer. His early schooling took place at the St. Paul's School. F...
Heinrich Hermann Robert Koch
och Physician ( December 11 , 1843 - May 27 , 1910 ) Heinrich Hermann Robert Koch ( December 11 , 1843 - May 27 , 1910 ) was a German physician. He became famous for the discovery of the tubercle bacillus...
Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace
ace The First Computer Programmer (December 10, 1815 - November 27, 1852) Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace, was one of the most picturesque characters in computer history. Augusta Ada Byron was born December 10, 1815 the da...
Willa Siebert Cather
er ( December 7 , 1873 - April 24 , 1947 ) Willa Sibert Cather,Nebraska's most noted novelist, was born in l873 inVirginia. At the age of ten, she moved with her family to Webster County, Nebraska, and lived o...
ing (April 3, 1783 - November 28, 1859) Washington Irving was an American author of the early 19th century.He was born in New York City. A lawyer, he served as American ambassador to Britain and later to Spain. He s...
Walter Elias Disney
ney ( December 5 , 1901 – December 15 , 1966 ) Walt Disney was born onDecember 5, 1901 inChicago, Illinois, the fourth of five children. While none of the children finished school, Walt, a talented artist, ...
Martin Heinrich Klaproth
th ( December 1 , 1743 – January 1 , 1817 ) Martin Heinrich Klaproth was a German chemist . Klaproth was born at Wernigerode . During a large portion of his life he followed the profession of an apothecary . ...
Ernst Werner von Siemens
ens (December 13, 1816 - December 6, 1892) Ernst Werner von Siemens was a German electrical engineer who played an important role in the development of the telegraph industry. Siemens Company was founded in Berlin by...
Willis Haviland Carrier
ier (November 26, 1876 - October 9, 1950) Willis Haviland Carrier was an engineer and inventor, and is known as the man who invented air conditioning. He was born on a farm near Angola, New York, and inherited his mo...
ner Founder of cybernetics (November 26, 1894 - March 18, 1964) Norbert Wiener was born in 1894, on November 26, inColumbia (Missouri). His father, Leo Wiener, once a professor of Slavic languages at Harvard,...
erne ( November 24 , 1713 - March 18 , 1768 ) Sterne, Laurence, English author, b.Ireland. Educated at Cambridge, he entered the Anglican Church and was given the living of Sutton-in-the-Forest, Yorkshire, in...
iller father of football in Brazil November 24 , 1874 After ten years spent studying inEngland, Charles Miller returned to the country of his birth Brazil and was amazed that no-one knew how to play ...
nter ( November 23 , 1820 - March 1 , 1884 ) Isaac Todhunter, English mathematician , son of George Todhunter, a Nonconformist minister, was born atRye. He was educated at Hastings , at which town his mot...
ans (George Eliot) ( 22 November 1819 - 22 December 1880 ) George Eliot, (Mary Ann, later Marian Evans, 1819-80) was the youngest surviving child of Robert Evans, agent for an estate in Warwickshire. In her g...
Bernd Heinrich Wilhelm von Klest
est ( October 18 , 1777 - November 21 , 1811 ) German poet, dramatist and novelist, was born at Frankfort-onOder on the 18th of October 1777. After a scanty education, he entered the Prussian army in 1792, ser...
hel ( November 15 , 1738 - August 25 , 1822 ) Herschel was born as Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel in Hanover, Germany, one of ten children (of which four died very young). He changed his name after moving to Engl...
net ( November 14 , 1840 - December 5 , 1926 ) Claude Monet was one of the founding fathers of French Impressionism. Monet's concern was to reflect the influence of light on a subject. He never abandoned hi...
Booker T. Washington
ton ( April 5 , 1856 - November 15 , 1915 ) Booker T. Washington recalled his childhood in his autobiography,Up From Slavery. He was born in 1856 on the Burroughs tobacco farm which, despite its small size, he...
esey (September 17, 1935 - November 10, 2001) Ken Kesey, the youngest of two sons, was born in on September 17, 1935 in La Junta, Colorado and in 1946 moved with his family to Springfield, Oregon, where he spent severa...
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
kell (September 29, 1810 - November 12, 1865) Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell is often seen as the most socially traditional of the major Victorian women authors. Unlike George Eliot, she had no extra-marital affairs, u...
ey (8 Nov. 1656 _ 14 Jan. 1742) Edmond (or Edmund) Halley 's father was also calledEdmond (or Edmund) Halley. He came from a Derbyshire family and was a wealthy soap-maker in London at a time when the use of soap was...
er ( November 8 , 1847 - April 20 , 1912 ) Abraham "Bram" Stoker was born in Clontarf, Ireland onNovember 8th, 1847. After spending his early childhood bedridden by an unidentified illness, Stoker deve...
sch ( November 7 , 1886 - March 16 , 1935 ) Aron Nimzowitsch (also Nimzovich or Niemzowitsch) was a Latvian chess master. With his new ideas in chess strategy he was the forerunner of the so-called hypermode...
min (August 15, 1896–November 3, 1993) A young Leon Theremin playing his invention Leon Theremin (born Lev Sergeivitch Termen) was the Russian inventor of the Theremin, an electronic musical instrument. Leon Theremin...
Lucy Maud Montgomery
ery (November 3, 1874 - April 24, 1942) Lucy Maud Montgomery was born inClifton (now New London), Prince Edward Island. When she was two, her mother died of tuberculosis. Her father, who was a merchant, remarried, a...
Johann (III) Bernoulli
lli (November 4 1744 _ July 13 1807) Johann (III) Bernoulli was a son of Johann (II) Bernoulli. He was certainly considered a prodigy when a child with an encyclopedic knowledge and, like many other members o...
ith (November 6, 1861 - November 28, 1939) Doctor James Naismith, is the inventor of the sport of basketball and the first to introduce the use of a helmet in American football. In 1891, while working as a physical...
ley (May 18, 1889 - November 2, 1944) Thomas Midgley, Jr., was a clever American mechanical engineer turned chemist. He developed both the tetra-ethyl lead additive to gasoline and chloro-fluorocarbons (CFCs). While ...
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