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1943 – Born on September 29th in Popowo, Dobrzyn, Poland. The President of Poland. 1961 – After graduating from vocational school, he worked as a car mechanic at a machine center. 1967 – He served in the army for two years, rose to the rank of corporal, and was employed in the Gdansk shipyards as ..

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1918 – Born in Nbawsi, Isiala Ngwa North Local Government Area of Abia State, Nigeria on Tuesday Ist January.  1939-1943 – Jaja Wachuku was Secretary of the Association of Students of African Descent (ASAD) in Ireland. Wachuku was the First African Laureate in Oratory of the Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. 1941 – He was elected ..

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US author and critic   wrote critical works "E. M. Forster" 1943, "The Liberal Imagination" 1950, "The Opposing Self" 1955, "A Gathering of Fugitives" 1956, "Beyond Culture" 1965, "The Experience of Literature" 1967, novel "The Middle of the Journey&..

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1797 – Sojourner Truth, was the self-given name, from 1843, of Isabella Baumfree, an American abolitionist. Truth was born into slavery in Swartekill, New York. Sojourner Truth was a nineteenth-century African American evangelist who embraced abolitionism and women’s rights. A charismatic speaker, she became one of the best-known abolitionists of her day. 1828 – She ..

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1763 – Born in Dublin on the 20th of June. 1791 – He cofounded the Society of United Irishmen to work for parliamentary reform. 1793 – He organized a Catholic convention of elected delegates that forced Parliament to pass the Catholic Relief Act. 1796 – Seeking to overthrow English rule in Ireland, he convinced France ..

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1939 – Born on the 1st of March in Sofia. 1963 – He has lived in France writing books and essays about literary theory, thought history and culture theory. 1971 – The Poetics of Prose. 1981 – Introduction to Poetics. 1982 – The Conquest of America. 1984 – The Dialogical Principle. 1991 – Moral Life ..

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