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Prince Paul of Yugoslavia Biography

When Alexander I was assassinated in 1934, Paul became regent of Yugoslavia. In 1941 his nation’s prime minister signed the Tripartite Pact, prompting Serbs to start a military coup and depose Paul. After the Second World War, Paul was charged him with war crimes and put under house arrest. Once ...

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Alois Alzheimer Biography

After getting his medical degree, he worked in hospitals in Frankfurt, where he met Auguste Deter, a 51-year old girl affected by advancing short-term memory loss. He was finally able enough to isolate the pathological factors behind acute dementia, work so extensive the state became known as Alzheimer’s disease. Alois ...

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Dora Maar Biography

Dora Maar was created in Paris, France, on November 22, 1907. When she was 19, she started pursuing the artistic life, studying painting and photography. Her work had started garnering interest when she met Pablo Picasso, and her life would not ever be exactly the same. Dwelling in the shadow ...

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Randolph A. Hearst Biography

He along with his twin brother, David, were born on December 2, 1915, in Nyc, to Hearst and his wife, Millicent. He followed the protocol of a dutiful heir, browsing the family business to success believed the 20th century. Randolph first attended prep school, the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, New ...

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Jacoby Jones Biography

He excelled at Lane College, as well as in the 2007 NFL draft the Houston Texans picked Jones in the 3rd round. In the year 2012, he helped lead the Baltimore Ravens to victory at Super Bowl XLVII. But the naturally talented Jones instantly took to his new sport, and ...

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Clarence Heatley Biography

Clarence Heatley and his “Preacher Crew” sold drugs, extorted, kidnapped and even killed to acquire notoriety on the roads of the Bronx and Harlem boroughs of Nyc. Heatley’s top lieutenant was a former home policeman named John Cuff. Both Heatley and Cuff confessed their offenses in plea deals to avert ...

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Bartolome Moya Biography

Bartolome Moya, also called the “Shadow Kingpin,” and his primary enforcer, Andre Paige, directed a lethal narcotics and extortion racket in NYC before the law caught up together. Authorities would shortly find that he’d received a brand new heart on the taxpayer’s dime. Having a fresh lease on life, Moya ...

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Ruben Cavazos Biography

During his reign as the Mongols’ president, he enlarged the club’s membership by recruiting local street thugs with associations to the Mexican Mafia. In accordance with federal agents, his intention was to take on the Hells Angels and run a huge criminal enterprise engaged in drug running, murder and bullying. ...

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Thelma Wright Biography

Having a taste of accomplishment as well as the lure of easy money, Wright started transporting cocaine and heroin between Los Angeles and Philadelphia. But life in the game wasn’t what she bargained for. Disaster hit in August 1986, when Jackie Wright was killed; his body were located with a ...

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Roy Bates Biography

Having climbed to the rank of major in the British army and survived several efforts and serious harm in the Second World War, Roy Bates was living a quiet life in a Essex, England, hamlet when he chose to turn to pirate radio in the 1960s. Surely there was no ...

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