1914 – Born in Afghanistan. 1933 – Became the king of Afghanistan. He is a successor of his Father Mohammad Nadir. 1973 – His cousing Daoud Khad overthrew him. He chose to live in exile for many years than regaining his throne. 1990 – After his long silence, he decided to bring ..
1914 – He was betrothed as a functionary in the Social Democratic Party in Kladno district and as a party press editor. He also served as a soldier during the World War I. 1920 – He was sentenced for a 9-month imprisonment for partaking in an attempt at a left-wing coup. 1922 – ..
1487 – He was born at the castle of Szepesvar 1505 – At the famous Rakos diet, he began his public career 1522 – Zapolya placed himself at the head of a confederation to depose the palatine and the other great officers of state, but the attempt failed. 1521 – The Fortress ..
425 – Born in Isauria. He was also known as Tarasicodissa, a Byzantine emperor. 466 – Lead an army against the German troops of Aspar, at the request of Emperor Leo 1. 468 – Married Ariadne, daughter of Emperor Leo 1. They had a son named Leo II. 469 – Appointed consul and master of ..
1878- Born on September 22 -Japan’s most important prime minister immediately following World War II. 1906-He received a law degree from Tokyo Imperial University and later served as ambassador to Italy (1930-32) and to Britain (1936-39). 1945-Yoshida tried to negotiate a surrender with the allies but was imprisoned for two months. 1946-He served as foreign ..
Persian conqueror and ruler. Emperor of Persia 486b-465b. Won battle of Thermopylae 480b. Lost battle of Salamis 480b. Assassinated. 2.2 / 5 ( 1..
British politician president of Board of Trade 1947-1951 (youngest British Cabinet member since 1782) leader of Labor Party 1963-1976 British prime minister 1964-1970, 1974-1976 2.2 / 5 (..
1982 – Born on June 21st in St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, London, England. British prince and heir to the throne of Prince Charles of Wales. – Christened on August 4th in the Music Room at Buckingham Palace by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Robert Runcie. 1990 – He went to Wetherby School, then ..
1880 – Wilhelmina or Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria born on the 31st of August in The Hague, Netherlands. The daughter of King William III and his second wife, Emma of Waldeck-Pyrmont, Wilhelmina became queen on her father’s death under her mother’s regency. 1890 – 1948 – Queen of The Netherlands, who, through her radio broadcasts ..
1782 – Thomas Wilde, 1st Baron Truro, born on the 7th of July in London. He was Lord Chancellor of Great Britain, was the second son of Thomas Wilde, an attorney. 1805 – Educated at St Paul’s School and was admitted an attorney. 1817 – He subsequently entered the Inner Temple and was called to ..