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Pope Evaristus

Pope Evaristus is the fifth Pope of the Catholic Church. There is very little information about him. He served in Christianity during the years 97-105 C.E. Author Charles A. Coulombe states that he was a Jew and came from a Jewish family from Ant ...

                                               

Pope Gregory VI

Pope Gregory VI, born Johannes Gratianus, was an Italian priest of the Roman Catholic Church and the 149th Pope from 1 May 1045 until his abdication on 20 December 1046.

                                               

Pope Linus

Pope Linus was the second Pope of the Catholic Church. He was pope from 67 to 76 C.E. Linus came from Volterra, Tuscany. He became a follower of Peter. Peter was pleased with Linus and introduced him to the teachings of Christianity. After a time ...

                                               

Pope Telesphorus

Pope Telesphorus was the seventh Pope of the Catholic Church, the official title is Bishop of Rome from approximately 125-136 C.E. This Pope was born in Calabria to Greek parents and there is a parish church dedicated to him today. Earlier in his ...

                                               

Pope Victor I

Pope Victor I was the fourteenth Pope, the official title is Bishop of Rome of the Catholic Church. Pope Victor was the first African pope. He attempted to resolve the ongoing controversy over the celebration of Easter through a great meeting of ...

                                               

Pope Zephyrinus

Pope Zephyrinus was the fifteenth Pope, the official title is the Bishop of Rome of the Catholic Church. He served for seventeen years but was consider an weak and ineffectual pope without education who relied heavily upon his deacon Callistus wh ...

                                               

Pybba of Mercia

Pybba was an early Anglian King of Mercia. He is the common ancestor of the Mercian kings in the four Mercian genealogies. As such hes considered by many historians to be the first known king of Mercia. He was the father of kings Penda and Eowa.

                                               

Robert I, Duke of Normandy

Robert the Magnificent, was the sixth Duke of Normandy from 1027 until he died returning from a pilgrimage. Roberts reign was a turbulent period in the history of Normandy. He was the father of William the Conqueror, who in 1066 became King of En ...

                                               

Roger I de Montgomery

Roger was the son of Hugh de Montgomery and his wife Josceline. She was the niece of Gunnora, Duchess of Normandy. Roger held the lands of Saint-Germain-de-Montgommery and Sainte-Foy-de-Montgommery. Both had traces of early castles. He became the ...

                                               

Sigeberht of Wessex

Sigeberht was a West Saxon atheling prince who in 756 succeeded Cuthred as King of Wessex. in 756. After ruling a year he was accused of unlawful acts and removed from power by the witan. This council was led by Cynewulf. This same council then e ...

                                               

Wulfhere of Mercia

Wulfhere or Wulfar was an early King of Mercia. Although his father was pagan Wulfhere was a Christian. His older brother Peada ruled Mercia south of the River Thames under Oswiu of Northumbria. When Peada was murdered Oswiu held Mercia until the ...

                                               

Haruo Arima

Arima played for Waseda WMW which was consisted of his alma mater Waseda University players and graduates. At the club, he played with many Japan national team players Shigeyoshi Suzuki, Misao Tamai, Tamotsu Asakura, Shigeru Takahashi, Shojiro Su ...

                                               

Shiro Azumi

After graduating from Meisei Commercial High School, Azumi played for Osaka SC which was founded by his alma mater high school graduates and many Japan national team players Kiyoo Kanda, Fukusaburo Harada, Usaburo Hidaka, Toshio Hirabayashi, Sets ...

                                               

Yoshio Fujiwara

After graduating from Mikage Higher Normal School, Fujiwara played for Osaka SC which many Japan national team players Kiyoo Kanda, Shiro Azumi, Fukusaburo Harada, Usaburo Hidaka, Toshio Hirabayashi, Setsu Sawagata, Kikuzo Kisaka and Shumpei Inou ...

                                               

Christie Fuller

Christie Fuller was born Louisa Christie Fuller. She was the middle daughter of three girls. Her fathers name was John Hobson Fuller. Her sisters were Amy Fuller and Florence Fuller. She moved to England to go to school in 1886. She returned to A ...

                                               

Sei Fuwa

Fuwa played for Waseda University. He won 1938 Emperors Cup with Shogo Kamo, Sekiji Sasano, Kunitaka Sueoka, Hidetoki Takahashi and so on. He also played for Waseda WMW which was consisted of his alma mater Waseda University players and graduates ...

                                               

Yukio Goto

Goto was born in Kobe. He played for Kwangaku Club which was consisted of his alma mater Kwansei Gakuin University players and graduates. He won 1929 and 1930 Emperors Cup at the club. In May 1930, when Goto was a Kwansei Gakuin University studen ...

                                               

Fukusaburo Harada

Harada played for Osaka SC which was founded by his alma mater Meisei Commercial High School graduates with many Japan national team players Kiyoo Kanda, Shiro Azumi, Usaburo Hidaka, Toshio Hirabayashi, Setsu Sawagata, Kikuzo Kisaka, Yoshio Fujiw ...

                                               

Petra Herrera

At the end of the fighting, she asked to be a general and to continue to fight, but they only gave her a promotion to colonel. Later, the women under her command were disbanded. It is not clear how Herrera died. Some say she finished her military ...

                                               

Usaburo Hidaka

Hidaka played for Osaka SC which was founded by his alma mater Meisei Commercial High School graduates and many Japan national team players Kiyoo Kanda, Shiro Azumi, Fukusaburo Harada, Toshio Hirabayashi, Setsu Sawagata, Kikuzo Kisaka, Yoshio Fuj ...

                                               

Toshio Hirabayashi

After graduating from Kobe Higher Commercial School, Hirabayashi played for Osaka SC which many Japan national team players Kiyoo Kanda, Shiro Azumi, Fukusaburo Harada, Usaburo Hidaka, Setsu Sawagata, Kikuzo Kisaka, Yoshio Fujiwara and Shumpei In ...

                                               

Nagayasu Honda

Honda played for Waseda WMW which was consisted of his alma mater Waseda University players and graduates. At the club, he played with many Japan national team players Shigeyoshi Suzuki, Haruo Arima, Misao Tamai, Tamotsu Asakura, Shigeru Takahash ...

                                               

Kiyoo Kanda

Kanda played for Osaka SC which was founded by his alma mater Meisei Commercial High School graduates and many Japan national team players Shiro Azumi, Fukusaburo Harada, Usaburo Hidaka, Toshio Hirabayashi, Setsu Sawagata, Kikuzo Kisaka, Yoshio F ...

                                               

Kikuzo Kisaka

After graduating from Kobe Higher Commercial School, Kisaka played for Osaka SC which many Japan national team players Kiyoo Kanda, Shiro Azumi, Fukusaburo Harada, Usaburo Hidaka, Toshio Hirabayashi, Setsu Sawagata, Yoshio Fujiwara and Shumpei In ...

                                               

Max Keith

When he was 30 years old, he worked at a German subsidiary of Coca-Cola in 1933. Sales of Coca-Cola in Germany rose from 100.000 cases in 1933 to over 4 million cases in 1939. Because of the Allied blockade, Coca-Cola GmbH was unable to get Coca- ...

                                               

Shizuo Miyama

Miyama was born in Hiroshima Prefecture. After graduating from Keio University, he played for his local club Rijo Shukyu-Dan. He won the 1924 and 1925 Emperors Cup with international players Naoemon Shimizu and Sachi Kagawa. In May 1923, Miyama w ...

                                               

Akira Nozawa

Akira Nozawa was a Japanese football player. He played for the Japan national team. His brother Masao Nozawa also played for Japan national team.

                                               

Masao Nozawa

Masao Nozawa was a Japanese football player. He played for the Japan national team. His brother Akira Nozawa also played for Japan national team.

                                               

Sekiji Sasano

Sasano played for Waseda University. He won 1938 Emperors Cup with Shogo Kamo, Sei Fuwa, Kunitaka Sueoka, Hidetoki Takahashi and so on. He also played for Waseda WMW which was consisted of his alma mater Waseda University players and graduates. I ...

                                               

Setsu Sawagata

Sawagata played for Osaka SC which many Japan national team players Kiyoo Kanda, Shiro Azumi, Fukusaburo Harada, Usaburo Hidaka, Toshio Hirabayashi, Kikuzo Kisaka, Yoshio Fujiwara and Shumpei Inoue were playing in those days. In May 1923, Sawagat ...

                                               

Naoemon Shimizu

Shimizu was born in Hiroshima Prefecture. He played for his local club Rijo Shukyu-Dan. He won 1924 and 1925 Emperors Cup with international players Shizuo Miyama and Sachi Kagawa. In May 1923, Shimizu was selected the Japan national team for Far ...

                                               

Saburo Shinosaki

Shinosaki played for Keio University. He won the 1937 Emperors Cup. He also played for Keio BRB which was consisted of his alma mater Keio University players and graduates. He won the 1939 and 1940 Emperors Cup at the club with Yukio Tsuda, Hirok ...

                                               

Aristarchus of Samos

Aristarchus, was an ancient Greek astronomer and mathematician. His is the first known model that put the Sun at the center of the known universe with the Earth revolving around it. Aristarchus was influenced by Philolaus of Croton, but he identi ...

                                               

NN ingen Cinaed

NN ingen Cinaed was the eldest daughter of King Kenneth I of the Scots. She was born c. 834 when Kenneth was only 24 years old from an unknown mother. She was the mother of Eochaid, king of Scots who ruled with Giric.

                                               

Ko Arima

Arima was born on August 22, 1917. After graduating from Tokyo Imperial University currently University of Tokyo, he played for Sankyo Pharmaceuticals. He also played for University of Tokyo LB, which was composed of his alma mater University of ...

                                               

Tokizo Ichihashi

Ichihashi was born in Hyogo Prefecture on June 9, 1909. He played for Keio BRB which was consisted of his alma mater Keio University players and graduates. In May 1930, when Ichihashi was a Keio University student, he was selected the Japan natio ...

                                               

AV Joseph

Av Joseph is the son of Ambat Kochuvareed and Annamkuty. He was born on January 13, 1906. After grade school, he went to St. Josephs college to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. He earned an LLB from Banaras Hindu University. He tried to earn a mas ...

                                               

Takashi Kasahara

Kasahara was born on March 26, 1918. He played for Keio University. He won the 1937 Emperors Cup. He also played for Keio BRB which was consisted of his alma mater Keio University players and graduates. He won the 1939 and 1940 Emperors Cup at th ...

                                               

Ryuzo Shimizu

Shimizu was born on September 30, 1902. After graduating from Tokyo Aoyama Normal School, he played for Tokyo Shukyu-Dan which was founded by his alma mater school graduates. In May 1923, Shimizu was selected the Japan national team for Far Easte ...

                                               

Yasuo Suzuki

Suzuki was born in Kanagawa Prefecture on April 30, 1913. He played for Waseda WMW which was consisted of his alma mater Waseda University players and graduates. At this club, he played many Japan national team players Motoo Tatsuhara, Tadao Hori ...

                                               

Yasuo Takamori

Takamori was born in Okayama Prefecture on March 3, 1934. After graduating from Rikkyo University, he joined Nippon Kokan in 1956. In 1962, he became a playing manager and managed the club until 1966. In 1967, Nippon Kokan was promoted Japan Socc ...

                                               

Motoo Tatsuhara

Tatsuhara was born in Shinagawa, Tokyo on January 14, 1913. He played for Waseda WMW which was consisted of his alma mater Waseda University players and graduates. At the club, he played with many Japan national team players Taizo Kawamoto, Tadao ...

                                               

Masao Uchino

Uchino was born in Kanagawa Prefecture on April 21, 1934. After graduating from Chuo University, he joined Furukawa Electric. He won 1960, 1961 and 1964 Emperors Cup. In 1965, Furukawa Electric joined new league Japan Soccer League. He played 47 ...

                                               

Richard Dennis

Richard Dennis was a Union Navy sailor in the American Civil War. He received the U.S. militarys highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, because of his actions at the Battle of Mobile Bay. Born in 1826 in Charlestown, Massachusetts, Dennis was li ...

                                               

Philip Henrik Hansteen

Philip Henrik Hansteen was a Norwegian judge. Hansteen was born in Moss, and graduated there as a cand.jur. Candidate of Law in 1840. From 1840 to 1842 he was a deputy judge at the Moss District Court in Moss. He was a judge in what was Norways l ...

                                               

Rose Livingston

Rose Livingston was an American suffragist and former prostitute. She was known as the "Angel of Chinatown". She worked with prostitutes and victims of sexual slavery.

                                               

Benjamin F. Stewart

Benjamin Stewart was born in 1851 in Norfolk, Virginia. He served as a Private in Company E, 7th U.S. Infantry during the American Indian Wars. He received the Medal of Honor December 2, 1876 for his actions at Little Big Horn River Montana on Ju ...

                                               

Leo Major

Leo Major & Bar was a Canadian soldier. He was the only Canadian to ever get the Distinguished Conduct Medal twice in different wars. Major got his first DCM in World War II in 1945 when he made the German army run away in the city of Zwolle, he ...

                                               

Nobility

Nobility was the highest social class in pre-modern societies. In the feudal system, the nobility were mostly those who got land from the monarch and had to provide services to him, mainly military service. Men of this class were called noblemen. ...

                                               

Archduke

The title of Archduke is a rank above Duke and under King. It is very rare. It was used only by males of the House of Habsburg.

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