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1720 – Upon birth he was known as the Lord Cavendish of Hardwic. 1729 – Became the Marquess of Hartington. 1731 – Married to Lady Charlotte Elizabeth Boyle, Baroness Clifford, the daughter and heiress of the 3rd Earl of Burlington of the 1st creation, a famous architect and art collector. 1751 – Was The Rt. ..

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1928 – Born on the 2nd of February in Nusco, Italy. 1956 – He joined the Democrazia Christiana (a Christian democratic party of Italy). 1963 – He became member of Parliament in Italy. 1973 – He became member of the Italian cabinet. 1980 – He served as a Minister of Industry, and then as Minister ..

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1948 – Born on the 3rd of April in Amsterdam, Netherlands. 1976 – He worked as a Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Netherlands. 1982 – He became member of Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) a Dutch Christian-democratic political party. 1986 – He was chosen in the Second Chamber of Parliament as a spokesman on foreign affairs. ..

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1937 – Born on the 15th of September in Córdoba, Argentina. 1973 – He became elected Senator representing the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1983 – He was elected to the Chamber of Deputies a lower house of the National Congress of Argentina’s              Parliament. 1989 – He was reelected in the Senate representing the ..

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1958 – Born on the month of November.   1997 – Served as a civil servant in the Ministry of Finance.   1998 – Worked in African Development Bank.   1999 – She served as a Minister of Economics.   2002 – Worked in Commerce, Industry and Tourism in São Tomé and Príncipe an Island ..

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1883 – Elected to the Spanish parliament.   1892 – Became Undersecretary for the Ministry of the Interior.   1907 – He won the position of Mayor of Madrid.   1910 – Entered the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences.   1913-1915 – Became Prime Minister of Spain for the first time.   1915 – ..

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1884 – Born on the 18th of June in Carpentras, France.   1924 – Became minister in various posts in the government during the Coalition Governments in France.   1926 – He became instrument in the Radical-Socialist Party’s break with the Socialist SFIO (Section Française de l’Internationale Ouvrière).   1933 – He first became Prime ..

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1819 – Born on October 4th in Ribera, Sicily, Italy.  Italian statesman who, after being exiled from Naples and Sardinia-Piedmont for revolutionary activities, eventually became premier of a united Italy. 1848 – On the outbreak of the Sicilian revolution at Palermo, he hastened to the island and took an active part in guiding the insurrection. ..

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1874 – Born on November 30th in Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England. 1898-1899 – Churchill’s literary career began with campaign reports: The Story of the Malakand Field Force and The River War, an account of the campaign in the Sudan and the Battle of Omdurman. 1900 – He published his only novel, Savrola, and, six ..

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1954 – Born on June 30th in Grand Bay, Dominica. A lifelong social and political activist, the longest-seated member of Parliament, and Minister of Communications and Works, Charles was the logical choice to lead the country through what was to become a major economic crisis. 1972 – Pierre was educated at Grand Bay Boys’ School ..

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