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Kim Jong-il
Kim Jong-il (born Yuri Irsenovich Kim; <3 > 16 February 1941 <4 > – 17 December 2011) <5 > was the supreme leader of North Korea (DPRK) from 1994 to 2011. He succeeded his father and founder of the DPRK K...
James Buchanan
The country still had numerous questions concerning Kansas as being a free state or a slave state. Buchanan had appointed Robert Walker of Mississippi, to be the territorial governor. His appointment ...
James M. Buchanan
Buchanan was finally elected president in 1856. It was a sectionally divided election with the slave states voting for the Democrats and the northern states voting Republican. Buchanan was the last in...
Clara Barton
Another invaluable service initiated by Clara was the establishing of a Bureau of Records of missing men of the Union Army, compiled from prison and hospital rolls and burial lists. To this work she g...
Thomas Hart Benton
Senator Benton had long been an advocate of an overland trade route to the Pacific Coast. From here goods could be shipped directly to Asia. Benton argued that such an overland route would cut 20,000 ...
Douglas Bader
Shortly after leaving school, whilst staying with his aunt and uncle, Bader decided that he wanted to join the RAF. His uncle obviously persuaded him to some degree; he had worked in the RAF for some ...
Tamara Bunke Bilder
Under what would become auspicious circumstances, Tamara Bunke grew up speaking several languages. In Argentinian schools she learned to speak English and Spanish. Her parents, planning to return to G...
John Adams
The Amistad was a Cuban schooner that contained several African captives. The captives overtook the ship, but later the U.S. captured the schooner and held the Africans for trail. In 1939 John Quincy ...
Abraham Lincoln
President Abraham Lincoln had quite a bit to deal with: within the first four months of him becoming President seven states had already seceded from the Union, letting him know that he was not wanted ...
Marie Antoinette
Marie did not stay a French princess for very long, her husband became King Louis XVI in 1774 and she became Queen of France. Marie was unhappy in her marriage to the king, though. King Louis’ ...
Chester Alan Arthur
Chester Alan Arthur became the twenty-first President of the United States of America in 1881, with the death of James Abram Garfield. After Garfield’s death Chester Alan Arthur was sworn into ...
Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams
Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams was a woman who knew several cultures. It was as though they existed within her very nature. Certainly, two cultures did, that of the English and the Americans. S...
Alexander the Great
There is a certain element of doubt about the truthfulness of much of ancient history and the story of Alexander the Great is no different. Because events occurred so long ago it is difficult to separ...
John Quincy Adams
John Quincy Adams enjoyed three phases in his career as a public servant. His first phase was as an American diplomat who eventually became secretary of state. The second was as a member of the...


 
 
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