1847 – Born on the 2nd of April in Alexandria. 1865 – Studied in England and returned to his native cite of Alexandria. 1875 – The Times newspaper designate him to be the official Egypt correspondent. 1882 – He became famous for his coverage of the Arabi revolt. 1880 – He also began the Egyptian ..
1839 – Born in Salem, N.C. in May. 1863-1834 – He fought with the 55th North Carolina Regiment and he was severely wounded twice, first at Gettysburg on the 2nd of July and then in the battle of Cold Harbor on the 3rd of June. 1865 – Belo made his way to Galveston in search ..
1892 – At the age of thirteen he published his first newspaper. 1904 – Formed Royal Securities Corporation and he became a minority shareholder and the firm’s general manager. – John F. Stairs’ unexpected early death in late September led to Aitken acquiring control of the company. 1906 – On 29th of January ..
1915 – John White Hughes Bassett is a Canadian broadcasting businessman, newspaper publisher, and sports executive was born 25th of August in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 1936 – Attended at Ashbury College and graduated from Bishop’s University with a BA. Became a reporter for the Toronto Globe and Mail. 1945 – Ran unsuccessfully for the Progressive ..
1914 – Daisy Lee Gatson Bates is a US black civil rights activist was born 11th of November in Huttig, Arkansas. 1952 – Elected as President of the Arkansas State Conference of NAACP branches. 1957 – Bates and her husband L.C. Bates were important figures in the Little Rock Integration Crisis. Published a local black ..
She was an American educator, newspaper publisher-editor, and civil rights activist. 1874 – Charlotta Amanda Spears Bass was born in Sumter, South Carolina, United States. 1910 – She moved to California. 1912-1915 – Bass published the California Eagle. 1952 – Bass became the first African-American woman to run for national office as the Progressive Party’s ..
African American mathematician, astronomer, clockmaker, and publisher. 1731 – Benjamin Banneker was born on the 9th of November. 1752 – He saw a pocket watch that was owned by a traveling salesman named Josef Levi. He was so fascinated by it that Levi gave it to him. – Banneker then carved large-scale wooden replicas ..
1801 – Born on the 3rd of November in Essen, Prussia. 1827 – Started his publishing company in Koblenz. 1832 – The Baedeker’s company bought another Koblenz publisher (Friedrich Röhling). 1828 – Published a handbook for travelers by J. A. Klein, under the title Rheinreise von Mainz bis Köln. 1844 – ..
– Indian conspirator and newspaper publisher. 1932 – Graduated from Bombay University as a Bachelor of Science. 1944 – While Gandhiji was staying at Panchagani a group of some twenty-five young men led by Nana staged a protest against Gandhiji’s policies on 22nd of July. 1948 – He was the ringleader of assassination ..
1908 – Born on March 13th in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. American publisher and philanthropist, used his wealth to promote conservative political causes and to support education and the arts. 1944-1953 – He founded Seventeen magazine and the immensely successful TV Guide. 1957 – Purchased The Philadelphia Daily News. 1969 – A prominent Republican, he served as ..