1925 – Born on the 19th of March in Ogden, Utah. 1968 – He has had a long association with Henry Kissinger, having served as his assistant when Kissinger was the National Security Adviser under Nixon. 1975-1977 – National security advisor. 1991 – President Bush presented him with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. 1993 – ..
1956 – John E. Potter was born in Bronx, New York. 1977 – Received his B.A. in Economics from Frodham University. 1978 – A Bronx native who joined the Postal Service as a clerk in New York. 1995 – Received his M.A. in Business Management from Sloan School of Management, MIT. 1998-1999 – Was the ..
1948 – Born in the United States. 1974 – The book concerned what to expect from American culture and business in the decade ahead, The Popcorn Report documented the projections she and her consultancy had been delivering the world’s most powerful companies. 1990 – She correctly predicted the demand for "foodaceuticals," a word she coined ..
1580 – Peter Minuit was born in Holland. Dutch colonial governor of New Amsterdam who is mainly remembered for his fabulous purchase of Manhattan Island (the nucleus of New York City) from the Indians for a mere 60 guilders. 1625 – He went to the Netherlands. – Appointed a director of the Dutch ..
1907 – Born on the 28th of December. 1928-1931 – Mielke became a member of the German Communist Party and worked as a reporter for a communist newspaper. – On the 9th of August, he and Erich Ziemer, at the urging of Walter Ulbricht, and directly supervised by Communist Members of Parliament Heinz ..
1738 – Born on the 31st of December. 1776 – Cornwallis moved to the 13 colonies in North America to try to control the rebelling colonies. – He fought at the Battle of Princeton. George Washington led the Americans in that battle – Cornwallis led British forces through North Carolina and ..
1745 – Born in Edinburgh on August. 1765 – He was sent to London to prosecute his legal studies, and on his return to Edinburgh became partner with Inglis, whom he afterwards succeeded as attorney for the crown. 1771 – His first and most famous work, The Man of Feeling, was published anonymously. 1773 – ..
1816 – Joshua King was a sizar at Queens’ College. 1819 – He graduated as senior wrangler, winning the Smith’s Prize. 1828 – He argued the position that the president of Queens’ College did not have the authority to participate in the election of fellows of the college. He lost the appeal in a decision ..
1931 – Donald Kennedy, born in New York. He is an American scientist, public administrator and academic. 1956 – Educated at Harvard University with A.B.; Ph.D., Biology. 1977 – Took a 2 and a half year leave to serve as Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 1979 – Served for a year as ..
1939 – Michael Kantor, born on the 7th of August in Nashville, Tennessee. He is an American politician and lawyer. 1961 – He holds a B.A. in business and economics from Vanderbilt University (where he pledged to Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity). 1968 – Earned a J.D. from Georgetown University. 1982 – Married to broadcast journalist ..