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1934 – Born on June 19th in Gonaïves. A Haitian politician. 1988 – He served as foreign minister to former President Leslie Manigat, who was toppled in one of the 32 coups fomented by Haiti’s army. 2004-2006 – Gérard Latortue was the Prime Minister of Haïti. 2.8 / 5 ( ..

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1874 – Born in Berlin, Ontario on the 17th of December. 1985-1897 – He obtained three from the University of Toronto: B.A, LL.B, and M.A. 1900 – He became Canada’s first Deputy Minister of Labour. 1908 – He was first elected to Parliament as a Liberal in a by-election. 1909 – After studying at the ..

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1894 – Born on October 20th in Ichaweri, British East Africa (now in Kenya).  African statesman and nationalist, the first prime minister and then the first president of independent Kenya. 1904 – Kamau became seriously ill with jigger infections in his feet and one leg, and he underwent successful surgery at a newly established Church ..

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  1939 – He was born on the 26th of July this year in Earlwood, a suburb of Sydney Australia. He attended Earlwood Primary School and then Canterbury Boys’ High School.   1961 – He graduated from the University of Sydney with a bachelor of Laws.   1996 – He became Prime Minister of Australia ..

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1939 – He was born on the 26th of July.   1957 – He studied law at the University of Sydney. Howard joined the Liberal Party.  1963 – Acted as campaign manager in his local seat of Parkes for the successful candidacy of Tom Hughes who defeated the 20 year Labor incumbent.   1967 – ..

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1890 – Born on May 19th in Hoang Tru, Vietnam, French Indochina. Ho also known as Nguyen Tat Thanh, or Nguyen Ai Quoc, was one of the prime movers of the post-World War II anticolonial movement in Asia and one of the most influential communist leaders of the 20th century. 1904-1908 – He had a ..

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British politician, Prime Minister 1950–1974 MP for Bexley  1963–1964 President of the Board of Trade 1965–1975 Leader of the Conservative Party 1970–1974 Prime Minister 1974–1983 MP for Sidcup 1983–2001 MP for Old Bexley and Sidcup 1992–2001 Father of the House 3 / 5 ( ..

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1909 – Born on May 3rd in Innsbruck. Austrian politician and diplomat who served as foreign minister in the years immediately following World War II. 1945 – Became the Landeshauptmann of Tirol. Gruber was in the first instance appointed Head of the Provincial Government of Tyrol.          – He had been a leading member ..

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English Whig politician   British prime minister 1830-1834   secured passage of Third Reform Bill 1832, reforming electoral practices and distribution of parliamentary boroughs   presided over abolition of slavery in British colonies 1833   secured passage of Factory Act of 1833, limiting child labor 2.8 / 5 ( ..

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