Alexander Graham Bell - The Scottish scientist and inventor Alexander Graham Bell is renowned for the creation of the first practical telephone in 1876, Read More
Marilyn Monroe - The Hollywood actress and major sex symbol, Marilyn Monroe, died of a drug overdose on August 5, 1962, at 36 Read More
Fulgencio Batista - Fulgencio Batista ruled Cuba twice, first elected President from 1940 to 1944 and eight years later returned as a brutal Read More
Thomas Jefferson - After being Governor of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson extended his legacy not only as the 3rd U.S. president, elected in 1800, Read More
Louis Armstrong - Considered one of America’s greatest jazz musicians, Louis Armstrong  showed his skills as singer, trumpeter and band leader, recording many  Read More
Frida Kahlo - The painter Frida Kahlo became a feminist icon and one of the greatest Mexican artists, with a long career of Read More
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg - Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, husband and wife, were the first American civilians to be executed for espionage during the Cold Read More
Niccolò Machiavelli - The Italian philosopher and diplomat Niccolò Machiavelli is considered the “Father of Modern Political Theory” for his masterpiece “The Prince”, Read More
Judy Garland - The actress Judy Garland became famous not only for her performance skills, also for her contralto voice, which gave her Read More
Jean Eugène Robert-Houdin - The French magician Jean Eugène Robert-Houdin left his job as a watchmaker to perform tricks at the theaters in Paris Read More