Charles Darwin - The English naturalist Charles Darwin revolutionized the scientist community with the developing of his theory of evolution, explained in his Read More
Gabriel García Márquez - One of the most famous writers of the 20th Century, Gabriel García Márquez, also known as “Gabo”, began his career Read More
Benjamin Franklin - On April 17, 1790, died Benjamin Franklin, the scientist and politician, best known as one of the Founding Fathers, who Read More
Franklin D. Roosevelt - Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd U.S. President and the only one elected four times. He led America through the Read More
Simone de Beauvoir - The French writer Simone de Beauvoir is known as a founder of the modern feminist movement for her existentialist work, Read More
Abraham Lincoln - On April 14, 1865, a man identified as John Wilkes Booth shot the U.S. President Abraham Lincoln while he was Read More
Margaret Thatcher - The first female British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, also known as the “Iron Lady”, was a controversial figure of the Read More
Karl Benz - On April 4, 1929, died Karl Benz, the German mechanical engineer, letting a renowned vehicle enterprise to his family, the Read More
William Henry Harrison - Only 32 days after becoming the 9th president of U.S, on April 4, 1841, William Henry Harrison died of Pneumonia, Read More
Dwight D. Eisenhower - On March 28, 1969, the 34th US President & WWII General, Dwight Eisenhower died at aged 78 of heart failure. Read More