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George VI Biography

George VI was crowned as king of Great Britain in 1937. He supported Winston Churchill fully and was an important symbolic leader for the British people during the Second World War, even seeing militaries on the battle fronts. King George VI, produced Albert Frederick Arthur George Saxe Coburg Gotha on December ...

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Lorenz Hart Biography

Produced in Nyc on May 2, 1895, Lorenz Hart is famous for his cooperation with Richard Rodgers, including “My Funny Valentine” and “Blue Moon.” Hart played an instrumental part in the American musical along with his raw, haunting and intellectual lyrics. He died in Nyc on November 22, 1943. Nicknamed Larry, ...

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Annie Oakley Biography

Produced Phoebe Ann Moses (or Mosey) on August 13, 1860, in Darke County, Ohio, the girl who’d be known as Annie Oakley acquired her outstanding marksmanship skills as a teenager, bringing in enough to finish paying off the mortgage for her mom’s house. She wed fellow marksman Frank Butler in ...

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Rudolph Valentino Biography

Rudolph Valentino, produced on May 6, 1895, was an Italian-American film actor. His star status was apparent after his sudden death in 1926 at only 31 years old, the performer suffered a ruptured ulcer, causing fans to grieve world-wide. He attended military school, however he was rejected in the service. In ...

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Robert Graetz Biography

Together with the introduction of the historic citywide bus boycotts, Graetz supported his congregants and participated in activism himself despite dangers to him and his family. He is continued his human rights work and written a memoir. His German grandpa was an impassioned Lutheran who, upon seeing that his own son ...

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D.W. Griffith Biography

He directed the 1915 feature-length work Birth of a Nation, that has been a hit but was also exceptionally racist in content. After work contained Intolerance, Broken Blossoms and Orphans of the Storm. Griffith expired on July 23, 1948. An enthusiastic reader, the youthful Griffith finally worked as a novel clerk ...

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Charles Rangel Biography

Produced into a distressed family on June 11, 1930, Charles Rangel showed his epic side through the Korean war, winning several medals for bravery. Politician Charles Bernard Rangel was born on June 11, 1930, in Nyc. The couple eloped and, three years after, Charles’ oldest brother, Ralph, was born. Charles was ...

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Don Ameche Biography

Ameche made his movie recovery in 1983 in the comedic success Trading Places. A couple of years after, he won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor because of his performance in Cocoon. He continued to appear in movies, including Cocoon: The Return and Corrina, Corrina. BornDominic Felix Amicion May ...

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Allison Robicelli Biography

Born in Brooklyn in 1980, Allison Robicelli worked in restaurants so when a caterer for a long time before beginning her own company. She and her husband Matt started a gourmet foods and sandwich store in 2008. While economical problems led them to shut that store, the pair spun off ...

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A.A. Milne Biography

British writer A.A. Milne was born in London, England, on January 18, 1882. His best known works are his two sets of children’s poetry, When We Were Young and Now We Are Six, and his two books of stories concerning the lovable bear Winnie the Pooh and his animal pals. ...

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