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Cai Shaoqing

Cai Shaoqing was a Chinese historian and professor at Nanjing University, considered a leading authority on the history of Chinese secret societies. He pioneered the research of Tiandihui and other secret societies using Qing dynasty archives and ...

                                               

Joaquin Garcia

Joaquin Garcia may refer to: Joaquin Garcia Benavides born 1962, Costa Rican slalom canoer who competed in the early 1990s Joaquin Riquelme Garcia born 1983, Spanish viola soloist Joaquin Garcia Monge 1881–1958, writer from Costa Rica Joaquin Gar ...

                                               

Maribel

Maribel in Hebrew means bitter or sour. In Spanish speaking countries, Maribel can be a given name or used as a nickname for Maria Isabel. Famous bearers of this name include: Maribel Riaño, historian and entrepreneur from Colombia Maribel Labist ...

                                               

Opala

Opala may refer to: Chevrolet Opala, a mid-size car sold by General Motors do Brasil from 1969 to 1992 Opala, Democratic Republic of the Congo, a territory in the Tshopo Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Marian Opala, a Justice of ...

                                               

Moma

Moma Clarke 1869–1958, British journalist Moma Markovic 1912–1992, Serbian politician Momcilo Rajin born 1954, Serbian art and music critic, theorist and historian, artist and publisher

                                               

Oviedo (disambiguation)

Oviedo is a city in Spain. Oviedo may also refer to: Edo language, a Volta–Niger language of Nigeria Oviedo, Florida, a city in the United States Oviedo comarca, a region in Spain Oviedo, Dominican Republic, a city in the Dominican Republic The s ...

                                               

Fernando Perez

Fernando Perez may refer to: Fernando Perez de Almazan, Spanish emissary and Governor of Texas, 1722–1727 Fernan Perez de Guzman 1376–1458, Spanish historian and poet Fernando Nestor Perez born 1980, Argentine footballer Fernando Perez baseball b ...

                                               

Jose Ramon

Jose Ramon is a Spanish given name. It may refer to: Jose Ramon Villarin born 1960, Filipino priest Jose Ramon Gallego born 1959, Spanish footballer Jose Ramon Gurruchaga Ezama 1931-2017, Spanish bishop Jose Ramon Patterson born 1958, Spanish jou ...

                                               

Reve

Odalis Reve, a retired Cuban judoka Wendy Russell Reves, an American philanthropist, socialite, and former fashion model Karel van het Reve, a Dutch writer, translator and literary historian teaching and writing on Russian literature Emery Reves, ...

                                               

Diego Hurtado de Mendoza

Diego Hurtado de Mendoza may refer to: Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, 1st Duke of the Infantado 1417–1479, Spanish noble Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, 4th Marquis of Cañete, Spanish nobleman Diego Hurtado de Mendoza explorer fl. 1500-1530s, Spanish naviga ...

                                               

PAIS

Pais or PAIS may refer to: Pais, a Chilean red wine grape Payot, a hairstyle worn by some Orthodox Jewish males Pais Project, a global Christian organization PAIS International, an academic journal database Payız, an Azerbaijan village Partial an ...

                                               

Neophytus

Neophytus or Neophytos may refer to: Neophytos Nasri 1670–1731, Melkite bishop Neophytus freedman, an imperial freedman of emperor Nero Patriarch Neophytus VII of Constantinople, Patriarch of Constantinople in 1789–94 and 1798–1801 Neophytos Douk ...

                                               

Paean (disambiguation)

A paean is a song or expression of thanksgiving, triumph, healing or praise. Paean, Paeeon, Paeeon, Paeon, Paian, Paieon, or Paion may refer to:

                                               

Christopher Lloyd (disambiguation)

Christopher Lloyd is an American actor. Christopher Lloyd may also refer to: Christopher Lloyd world history author born 1968, historian, educationalist and author Christopher Lloyd naval historian 1906–1986, British naval historian Christopher L ...

                                               

Jose Ramirez

Jose Maria Ramirez born 1982, Mexican footballer Jose Ramirez pitcher born 1990, Dominican Republic baseball player Atlanta Braves Jose David Ramirez born 1995, Mexican footballer Jose Luis Ramirez racing driver born 1979, NASCAR driver Jose Fabi ...

                                               

Navarrete

Diego de Leon y Navarrete 1807 - 1841, Count of Belascoain, a Spanish military figure Martin Fernandez de Navarrete 1765 - 1844, a Spanish sailor and historian Rafael Andrade Navarrete 1856 – 1928, a Spanish politician and lawyer Domingo Fernande ...

                                               

Italiani brava gente

"Italians, decent people" is a phrase coined by historians to refer to popular beliefs in Italy about the participation of the Royal Italian Army during World War II. A form of historical revisionism which emerged under the post-war republic, it ...

                                               

Habakkuk (disambiguation)

Habakkuk was a biblical prophet, from which the name originates. The Book of Habakkuk is the book of the Hebrew Bible he is credited with writing. Habakkuk may also refer to: Project Habakkuk, an abortive project to build a huge floating airfield ...

                                               

Uduk

Uduk can refer to: Uduk language, a language of Ethiopia and Sudan Uduk cuisine, a variety of steamed rice from Indonesia Uduk people, an ethnic group from eastern Sudan, south of the Blue Nile River. This ethnic group continues to identify as Kw ...

                                               

Manilal (disambiguation)

Manilal is a masculine Hindi name which may be used as a first name or surname. Manilal is the first name of Manilal Gandhi 1892–1956, a South African writer and activist Manilal may also refer to: Manilal Doctor 1881–1956, an Indian lawyer and p ...

                                               

Pavon

Pavon Prison, a notorious prison at Fraijanes, Guatemala Battle of Pavon 1861 Pavon, Costa Rica, a town in Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica Teatro Pavon, a theatre in Seville Pavon, Santa Fe, a town in Santa Fe, Argentina Isla Pavon, an island in ...

                                               

Mohamed Camara

Mohamed Camara may refer to: Mohamed Ali Camara born 1997, Guinean footballer who plays in Switzerland for BSC Young Boys Mohamed Camara footballer, born 2000, Malian footballer who plays in Austria for FC Liefering Mohamed Camara footballer, bor ...

                                               

John McManus

John McManus is the name of: John McManus author, American novelist Red McManus 1925–2013, American college basketball coach John T. McManus 1904–1961, American journalist and progressive politician John C. McManus born 1965, American military hi ...

                                               

Paul Tucker

Paul Tucker may refer to: Paul Tucker politician, American politician, member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives Sir Paul Tucker banker born 1958, British banker Paul Tucker musician born 1965, British musician, creator and member of t ...

                                               

Lawrence Williams

Lawrence Williams or Laurence Williams may refer to: Lawrence Williams cricketer born 1946, Welsh former cricketer Lawrence G. Williams 1913–1975, American politician Laurence Williams nuclear engineer born 1946, British nuclear power safety expe ...

                                               

Second Empire

Second Empire may refer to: Second Empire architecture, an architectural style associated with the Second French Empire Second Bulgarian Empire 1185–1396 Second French Empire 1852–1870 Second British Empire, used by some historians to describe th ...

                                               

Tonnerre

Tonnerre, Yonne, French commune of Yonne Mont-Tonnerre, former French department

                                               

Sutayids

Sutayids - were a Mongol dynasty descended from Ilkhan Ghazans commander emir Sutay. Like other post-Ilkhanate Mongol dynasties of Jalayirids and Chupanids they were related to Borjigin dynasty through marriage. Emir Sutay being a son-in-law of H ...

                                               

Michael Brooks

Michael Brooks or Mike Brooks may refer to: Mike Brooks singer born 1953, Jamaican reggae singer active since the early 1970s Mike Brooks journalist, CNN correspondent Michael Brooks linebacker born 1964, American football linebacker Michael Broo ...

                                               

Andrew Phillips

Andrew Phillips may refer to: Andrew Phillips footballer, born 1991, Australian rules footballer for Greater Western Sydney and Carlton Andrew Phillips footballer, born 1970, Australian rules footballer for Carlton Andrew Phillips swimmer born 19 ...

                                               

George Cox

George Cox may refer to: George Cox cricketer, born 1859 1859–1936, English cricketer George L. Cox 1878–1947, American actor and film director George M. Cox 1892–1977, flying ace George Cox Jr 1911–1985, English cricketer, son of George Cox, Sr. ...

                                               

David Scott (disambiguation)

David Scott art historian 1916–2009, American artist and art historian Scotty reggae vocalist or David Scott 1950–2003, Jamaican reggae musician David Scott author born 1961, American author David Scott poet born 1947, English priest, poet, playw ...

                                               

Michael G. Sotirhos

Michael G. Sotirhos was the first Greek-American who in 1989 became a U.S. Ambassador to Greece. He was Ambassador to Jamaica from 1985–1989., Born and raised in Manhattan, his parents arrived at Ellis Island from Greece in 1923. He graduated fro ...

                                               

Joseph Knight

Joseph Knight may refer to: Joseph Knight slave, slave brought from Jamaica to Scotland Joseph Knight novel, a 2003 historical novel by James Robertson Joseph Knight horticulturist 1778–1855, gardener Joseph Philip Knight 1812–1887, British compo ...

                                               

Herbert Adams

Herbert Adams may refer to: Herb Adams baseball 1928–2012, baseball player Herbert Baxter Adams 1850–1901, American educator and historian Herbert Adams novelist 1874–1958, English writer Herbert C. Adams 1873–1955, British philatelist Herb Adams ...

                                               

Egerton

Sir Philip Grey Egerton, 10th Baronet Sir Philip le Belward Grey-Egerton, 11th Baronet Earl Egerton Rev Sir Brooke de Malpas Grey-Egerton, 13th Baronet Judy Egerton 1928–2012, Australian-born British art historian and curator Sir Holland Egerton, ...

                                               

Imhausen

Windeck, a German town in North Rhine-Westphalia with a division named Imhausen Meinerzhagen, a German town in North Rhine-Westphalia with a division named Imhausen

                                               

Dorpat (disambiguation)

Dorpat is the old name of Tartu, the second largest city in Estonia. Derived from that, it may refer to: Dorpat Voivodeship 1598–1621, voievodeship of Duchy of Livonia, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth Treaty of Dorpat 1564, treaty between Sweden a ...

                                               

Frederick W. B. Coleman

Frederick William Backus Coleman was a non-career appointee who served as the American Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Denmark from 1931 to 1933. He also served concurrent appointments as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni ...

                                               

Tim Brooks

Tim Brooks may refer to: Tim Brooks basketball born 1971, American former professional basketball player in Lithuania Tim "Top Gun" Brooks, former guitarist for American pop punk band Set Your Goals Verdell Smith a.k.a. Tim Brooks, born 1963, pro ...

                                               

Phiri

Phiri is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Patrick Phiri born 1956, Zambian footballer and coach Bobang Phiri born 1968, South African sprinter Lire Phiri, Lesothan footballer Edwin Phiri born 1983, Zambian footballer Willie Phi ...

                                               

Matthew Davies

Matthew Davies may refer to: Matthew Davies died 1615, Member of Parliament for Cardiff Matthew W. Davies 1882–1947, Welsh musician Matthew Vaughan-Davies, 1st Baron Ystwyth 1840–1935, Welsh politician Matthew Davies figure skater born 1981, Engl ...

                                               

Samuel Harris

Samuel Harris may refer to: Samuel Harris bailiff 1815–1905, Manx advocate and philanthropist, High Bailiff of Douglas, Isle of Man Samuel Harris historian 1682–1733, English clergyman and academic Samuel Henry Harris 1881–1936, Australian surgeo ...

                                               

William H. Twaddell

William H. Twaddell is a retired American diplomat who was the Ambassador to Nigeria and Mauritania, Charge dAffaires ad interim to Mozambique and the de facto Ambassador to Liberia. He served as interim CEO of Dorcas International Institute. A r ...

                                               

Sudhir Hazareesingh

Sudhir Hazareesingh is a British-Mauritian historian. He has been a fellow and Tutor in Politics at Balliol College, Oxford since 1990. Most of his work relates to modern political history from 1850; including the history of contemporary France a ...

                                               

Amar Singh

Amar Singh may refer to: Amar Singh general, 13th century military general of Brahmachal, greater Sylhet Amar Singh I 1559–1620, ruler of Mewar, Udaipur 1597-1620 Amar Singh Rathore 1613–1644, 17th-century nobleman Amar Singh historian, Indian ed ...

                                               

Ralph Frank

Ralph Frank is the former American Ambassador to Nepal and Croatia. Frank received BA in 1968 and an MBA in 1973 from the University of Washington. A cable written by Frank in November 2003 revealed the American interest in obtaining the S-300 su ...

                                               

Michael Malinowski

Michael E. Malinowski is a member of the Senior Foreign Service, was the U.S. Ambassador to Nepal from 10/26/2001 to 01/31/2007. He was also Charge dAffaires ad interim in the Philippines from July 2000 until September 2001. Before he joined the ...

                                               

Tosi

Noel Tosi born 1959, French football coach Piero Tosi 1927–2019, Italian costume designer Arturo Tosi 1871–1956, Italian painter Laurence Tosi born 1968, Chief Financial Officer of Airbnb Rodrigo Tosi born 1983, Brazilian footballer Luigi Tosi 19 ...

                                               

Jose Franco

Jose Franco may refer to: Jose Franco poet born 1931, Panama poet and diplomat Jose Ignacio Franco born 1981, Spanish footballer Rapido de Bouzas Jose Franco artist 1920–2009, Portuguese potter and sculptor Jose Antonio Franco born 1979, Paraguay ...