(November 25, 1915 – December 10, 2006) a Chilean military officer and dictator. He was President of the Government Junta of Chile from 1973 to 1974 and President of Chile from 1974 until the return of civilian rule in 1990.
Ghulam Ishaq Khan was the President of Pakistan from 1988 to 1993. Before becoming the President of Pakistan, he was the Chairman of the Senate (Upper house). One of the leading Engineering university in Pakistan is named after him. The university is located at Topi near Abbotabad.
US President and Congressman
D. March 28, 2006. An American politician and Secretary of Defence under President Ronald Reagan
D. July 17th 2005 - British Prime Minister
D. October 10th 2005 - Ugandan President
D. Dec 10th 2005 - Unsuccessful candidate for Presidential nomination in 1968. Lost the nomination to Hubert Humphrey.
D. Nov 10th 2004 -- Full name was Mohammed Abdul-Rahman Abdul-Ra'ouf Qudwa Al-Husseini. Yasser means "easy going". PLO chairman 1969-2004
Member Of Parliament who resigned over a scandal with Christine Keeler
1796-1862, was the driving force behind much of the early colonization of South Australia and later New Zealand
April 23rd. First President of post-Soviet Russia. age 76
Austrian head of state. June 14th. Former President of Austria and UN Secretary General from 1972-1982. age 88
Pakistan leader assassinated -- First woman to lead a Muslim state, having been elected twice as Prime Minister.
40th US President, 1981-1989
20th Prime Minister of Canada, serving 1993-2003
Leader of the reformist Patriot movement; 1786-1871
Nobel Peace Prize recipient
"Boss" Tweed of Tammany Hall; 1823-1878
Member of Congress and mayor of New York City
Two-time Democratic candidate against Dwight Eisenhower; 1900-1965
First woman nominated for U.S. Vice President by a major party, age 75 d. 2011
1919-2005; Chinese Prime Minister best known for introducing radical market-oriented rural reforms.
Born 1941; politician best known as the Serbian and Yugoslavian president in the late 1980s through the '90s; charged for crimes against humanity; died during trial at The Hague.
Unsuccessful US Presidential candidate, 1972; historian, author, US Senator
Two-time Democratic Presidential candidate and Ambassador to the United Nations; b. 1900
Segregationist Presidential candidate and 48 years as US Senator (1902-2003)
Reformist leader of the Chinese Communist Party (1904-1997)
Leader of the Soviet Union (1906-1982)
Prime Minister of Australia (1908-1988)
President of Chile (1908-1973)
US Senator from Arizona and 1964 Republican Presidential candidate (1909-1998)
President of South Africa; anti-apartheid revolutionary and philanthropist
Chancellor of the Eastern Han Dynasty; 155-220
U.S. Senator and brother of John Fitzgerald Kennedy
1926-2016. Cuban revolutionary who led the 26th of July Movement which overthrew President Fulgencio Batista. Governed Cuba as Prime Minister from 1959 to 1976 then as President from 1976 to 2008
American U.S. Senator from Tennessee, Senate Majoirity Leader, White House Chief of Staff and Ambassador to Japan
1911-1978. served as the 38th Vice President of the United States under President Lyndon B. Johnson from 1965 to 1969. Humphrey twice served in the United States Senate, representing Minnesota from 1949 to 1964 and 1971 to 1978.