Biography of Alexander Kerensky

Leading leader of moderate socialism, after the fall of the tsarist monarchy was minister of justice and war of the provisional government led by Prince Lvov. In June of 1917 he was named head of the government, position that held until the triumph of the Bolshevik revolution in November of that year. Biography of Alexander
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Biography of Joseph Stalin

Soviet leader that governed ironically the USSR from 1929 (year when it was erected like successor of Lenin after the exile of Trotsky) until his death in 1953. At the price of bloody repression and immense sacrifices imposed on the population, Stalin was able to convert semi feudal Russia into an economic and military power
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Biography of Vladimir Lenin

Biography of Vladimir Lenin:- In the last decades of the nineteenth century, the abyss between Czar Alexander III, defender of Byzantine absolutism of his ancestors, and the cultivated class had been so aggravated that the struggle against Tsarism had become, among the educated Russians , a duty and an honor. The political opposition and the
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Biography of Gamal Abdel Nasser

Biography of Gamal Abdel Nasser: – Political and military Egyptian, president of the Egyptian republic between 1954 and 1970. Son of a postal officer attended primary school in al-Khatatibah, a village in the Nile delta the one that had been destined. He continued his studies in Cairo and participated in frequent anti-British and anti-monarchist demonstrations,
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Biography of Jose Lladro

José Lladro Dolz was born in 1928 in the small village of the Valencian garden of Almassera, son, together with his older brother, Juan (1926), and Benjamín, Vicente (1932), farmers Juan Lladro Cortina and Rosa Dolz Pastor. Biography of Jose Lladro Occupied in the agricultural work from the fourteen years, the two majors managed to
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Biography of Quincy Jones

Biography of Quincy Jones: – As a musician he dedicated himself to rhythm and blues, and in the rest of his facets he has touched so many styles of music that it would be long to list them: they range from jazz to rap, going through everything imaginable. Biography of Quincy Jones Born:- 14 March 1933
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Biography of Karl Marx

Socialist thinker and revolutionary activist of German origin. Rarely has a philosopher’s work had such vast and tangible historical consequences as that of Karl Marx: from the Russian Revolution of 1917 until the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, half of humanity lived under political regimes that declared themselves heirs of his thought. The
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Biography of Benito Mussolini

Italian political leader who established the fascist regime in Italy (1922-1943). After World War I (1914-1918), the crisis of liberal democracies, aggravated by the economic crash of 1929, favored a phenomenon that would characterize Europe between the two wars: the rise of totalitarianism. Its first manifestation was fascism, denomination that comes from the fasci di
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Biography of Aristotle

Western philosophy is based on the work of the three great Greek philosophers of antiquity: Socrates, Plato and Aristotle. In spite of the unique relationship that united them (Socrates was teacher of Plato, who was in turn of Aristotle), the orientation of his thought took different ways, and it would correspond to Aristotle to finish
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Biography of Nicolas II

Biography of Nicolas II:- Last czar of Russia, in which the Romanov dynasty was extinguished. He acceded to the throne in 1894, happening to its father, Alexander III of Russia . In general he followed the autocratic policy of his predecessor, although it seems to have shown little interest and null aptitudes for the tasks
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