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Avraham Heffner

Avraham Heffner was an Israeli movie and television director, screenwriter, author and Professor Emeritus at the Tel-Aviv University. He was a recipient of the Ophir Award for lifetime achievements. Heffner was known for his works in Slow Down, A ...

                                               

Seamus Hegarty

Seamus Hegarty, D.D. was an Irish Roman Catholic prelate. He was Bishop of Raphoe from 1982 to 1994, then as Bishop of Derry from 1994 to 2011. Hegarty was born in Kilcar, County Donegal, Ireland. In November 2011, Hegarty was diagnosed with a "n ...

                                               

Abd El Aziz Muhammad Hegazi

Abd El Aziz Muhammad Hegazi was prime minister of Egypt for a year. Hegazy served as Minister of the Treasury 1968 to 1972, and Minister of Finance and Foreign Trade 1973 to 1974. He was prime minister from 25 September 1974 to 16 April 1975.

                                               

Chittani Ramachandra Hegde

Chittani Ramachandra Hegde was an Indian artist. He was one of the most popular Yakshagana artiste from Honnavara, Uttara Kannada, Karnataka. He was awarded with Padma Shri award in 2012. His career lasted until his death in 2017. Hegde was the f ...

                                               

Astrid Noklebye Heiberg

Astrid Noklebye Heiberg was a Norwegian politician. She was a member of the Conservative Party. She was the state secretary to the Minister of Social Affairs from 1981 to 1985, and Minister of Administration and Consumer Affairs in 1986. Heiberg ...

                                               

Martin Heidegger

Martin Heidegger was a German philosopher. His best known book, Being and Time, is considered one of the most important philosophical works of the 20th century. It is a very difficult book, even for the German reader. In it, and later works, Heid ...

                                               

Mohamed Hassanein Heikal

Mohamed Hassanein Heikal was an Egyptian journalist. For 17 years, he was editor-in-chief of the Cairo newspaper Al-Ahram. He was a commentator on Arab affairs for more than 50 years. He was born in Cairo, Egypt. Heikal died in Cairo, Egypt from ...

                                               

George H. Heilmeier

George Harry Heilmeier was an American engineer and businessman. He was best known for his work on the liquid crystal displays. He was added in the National Inventors Hall of Fame. He invented the LC-Display and his work is an IEEE Milestone. He ...

                                               

Kyaw Hein

Kyaw Hein was a Burmese actor, director and singer. He was a five-time winner of the Myanmar Academy Award. He had starred in hundreds of movies. He was seen as one of the most important actors in Burmese cinema. He retired in 2008 and became a T ...

                                               

Gustav Heinemann

Gustav Walter Heinemann was a German politician. He was Interior Minister under Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. He resigned when Adenauer started getting ready to set up the German Army. He later resigned from the CDU and joined the SPD. He also serv ...

                                               

Ladislav Hejdanek

Slovnik ceskych filosofu: Ladislav Hejdanek Professor, PhDr. Ladislav Hejdanek - a biographical article at the website "Memory of Nation" in English Ladislav Hejdanek: Curriculum vitae in Czech Books by Ladislav Hejdanek Digital archive

                                               

Herberto Helder

Herberto Helder was a Portuguese poet. He was born in Funchal, Madeira. He was thought to be one of the most important Portuguese poets. His poetry is not yet enough studied by academics because he does not like the attention and refused several ...

                                               

Princess Helen of Serbia

Princess Helen of Serbia was the daughter of King Peter I of Yugoslavia and his wife Princess Zorka of Montenegro. She was the older sister of George, Crown Prince of Serbia and Alexander I of Yugoslavia. Helen was also a niece of Anastasia of Mo ...

                                               

Princess Helena of the United Kingdom

The Princess Helena was the third daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Helena was interested in nursing, needlework and writing, and she founded several nursing hospitals. In 1866, she married Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, a mi ...

                                               

Helena of Constantinople

Saint Helena also known as Saint Helen, Helena Augusta or Helena of Constantinople was the consort of Emperor Constantius, and the mother of Emperor Constantine I. She is traditionally credited with finding the relics of the True Cross.

                                               

Agnes Heller

Agnes Heller was a Hungarian philosopher and educator. She was a member of the Budapest School philosophical forum in the 1960s. She later taught political theory for 25 years at the New School for Social Research in New York City. She was born i ...

                                               

Stephen Heller

Stephen Heller was a Hungarian pianist, teacher and composer. Heller was an important figure for later Romantic composers.

                                               

Bert Hellinger

Anton "Bert" Hellinger was a German psychotherapist. He worked with a therapeutic method best known as Family Constellations and Systemic Constellations. He was born in Leimen, Baden, Germany. In 1973, he left Germany for a second time and travel ...

                                               

Åke Hellman

Åke Fredrik Hellman was a Finnish still life and portrait artist and art professor. He has worked as art teacher at the University of Helsinki. In 1963, he received the order of the Lion of Finland. He was born in Helsinki. Hellman turned 100 on ...

                                               

Ellen Hellmann

She graduated from University of Witwatersrand in 1940. She was a member of the Joint Council of Europeans and Bantu and South African Institute of Race Relations. She provided evidence to the Tomlinson Committee and the Cillie Committee.

                                               

Lennart Hellsing

Paul Lennart Hellsing was a Swedish writer and translator. His lasting contribution as a childrens writer, Helsing was a finalist in 2010 for the biennial, international Hans Christian Andersen Award, the highest recognition available to creators ...

                                               

Fritz Hellwig

Fritz Hellwig was a German CDU politician and European Commissioner. He was born in Saarbrucken, Germany. Before and during the war he was a member of the Nazi Party and the SA. After the war he served as European Commissioner for Research, Techn ...

                                               

Wilhelm Helms

Wilhelm Helms was a German politician. He was a member of the Bundestag from 1969 to 1972. Helms was known for his 1972 party switch that threatened to collapse the government of Chancellor Willy Brandt. From 1979 through 1984, Helms was a member ...

                                               

Carl Gustav Hempel

Carl Gustav Hempel was a German mathematician and philiospher. In philiosphy, he was one of the proponents of logical positivism. He developed the Deductive-nomological model, which is also known as Hempel-Oppenheim model. He also formulated the ...

                                               

Abu Hena

Abu Hena was a Bangladesh Nationalist Party politician. From 1996 to 2006, he was a member of the Jatiya Sangsad. Hena died on 14 November 2020 in Dhaka of COVID-19.

                                               

Jim Henderson (politician)

Donald James Henderson was a Canadian politician. He was a Liberal member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1985 to 1995. He represented the ridings of Humber and Etobicoke - Humber. He was born in Sudbury, Ontario. Henderson died in To ...

                                               

Laurie Hendren

Laurie Jane Hendren was a Canadian computer scientist. She was a graduate of Queens University and Cornell University. She is noted for her research in programming languages and compilers. McGill University. In 1990, she began working as an assis ...

                                               

Sonja Henie

Sonja Henie was a famous Norwegian ice skater and movie star who was born in Oslo. She was a three-time Olympic Champion in Ladies Singles, a ten-time World Champion and a six-time European Champion. In 1936 she became a professional skater. Late ...

                                               

Yehuda Henkin

Rabbi Yehuda Herzl Henkin was an Israeli rabbi and modern orthodox posek. He was born in Jerusalem. Henkin was the founder and head of Nishmat, the Institute for Advanced Jewish Studies for Women. Henkin died in Jerusalem on December 24, 2020 at ...

                                               

Peter Henlein

Peter Henlein, was a locksmith and watchmaker from Nuremberg. He is often said to be the inventor of the watch. This is disputed. Henlein was certainly one of the first makers of the watch. Although many say that Henlein invented the mainspring, ...

                                               

Jozefa Hennelowa

Jozefa Maria Hennelowa was a Lithuanian-born Polish publicist, journalist and politician. She was born in Vilnius, Lithuania. As a journalist, she worked for Tygodnik Powszechny. Hennelowa was a member of the Sejm from 1989 to 1993. Hennelowa die ...

                                               

Alan Henning

Alan Henning was a British taxicab driver-turned-humanitarian aid worker. He was the fourth Western hostage killed by Islamic State. Henning was captured during ISs occupation of the Syrian city of Al-Dana in December 2013, where he was helping w ...

                                               

Henri, Count of Paris (1933–2019)

Henri dOrleans, Count of Paris, Duke of France, was head of the House of Orleans. He was one of the pretenders to the defunct French crown as Henry VII. Henri was a descendant in the male-line of Frances "Citizen-King" Louis-Philippe dOrleans rul ...

                                               

Henrietta Maria of France

Henrietta Maria of France was the youngest daughter of Henry IV of France and Marie de Medici. She was born in the Louvre Palace in Paris on November 25, 1609. She was a Roman Catholic. Henrietta Maria married Charles I and became the Queen of En ...

                                               

Henrik, Prince Consort of Denmark

Prince Henrik of Denmark, was the husband and consort of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark from 1972 until his death in 2018.

                                               

Kai G. Henriksen

Kai Henning Gjesdal Henriksen was a Norwegian businessperson. He was a former politician for the Conservative Party of Norway. He served a period as the chief executive officer of Storebrand Bank. He was born in Tromsdalen. Henriksen was CEO of t ...

                                               

Magnus II of Sweden

Magnus II of Sweden, or Magnus Henriksson was a Danish lord. He was King of Sweden between 1160 and 1161. His mother was Ingrid Ragvaldsdotter, a granddaughter of Inge I. His father was the Danish lord Henrik Skatelår. Magnus killed Eric the Sain ...

                                               

Infante Henrique, Duke of Coimbra

D. Infante Henrique, Duke of Coimbra was an Infante of Portugal. He was a member of the former Portuguese Royal Family as the youngest son of Duarte Nuno, Duke of Braganza, and Princess Maria Francisca of Orleans-Braganza. Infante Henrique was fi ...

                                               

Henry II of France

Henry II of France was a King of France and a member of the house of Valois. Henry was crowned King in Rheims, France, on July 25, 1547.

                                               

Henry III of England

Henry III became King of England in 1216 when he was 9 years old, after the early death of his father King John. He would end up ruling as king for 56 years. He would be married to Eleanor of Provence, who bore him 5 children, for 36 years. Durin ...

                                               

Henry III of France

Henry was born in Fontainbleau, France, on September 19, 1551. His parents were Henry II of France and Catherine de Medici. He was Catherine de Medicis favourite son.

                                               

Henry V of England

Henry V, was the King of England from 1413 to 1422. He was born at Monmouth, Wales. It is not known whether he was born on 9 August 1386 or 16 September 1387. Henry V was the son of Henry Bolingbroke, later Henry IV, and Mary de Bohun, who died b ...

                                               

Henry de Bohun

Sir Henry de Bohun was an English knight, the nephew of Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford. He was killed on the first day of the Battle of Bannockburn by King Robert the Bruce. Riding in the vanguard of heavy cavalry, de Bohun caught sight of t ...

                                               

Henry I the Fowler

Henry I the Fowler was the duke of Saxony from 912 and king of the Germans from 919 until his death. He was the first of the Ottonian Dynasty of German kings and emperors and therefore he is generally considered to be the founder and first king o ...

                                               

Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor

                                               

Henry IV Probus

Henry IV Probus was a Duke of the Silesian territory of Wroclaw starting in 1266, and starting in 1288 High Duke of the Seniorate Province of Krakow until his death in 1290. He was the only son of Henry III the White, Duke of Wroclaw, by his firs ...

                                               

Henry Lee III

Major-General Henry Lee III was an early American patriot and politician. He was a cavalry officer in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. His nickname was Light-Horse Harry. He married Anne Hill Carter Lee. They had seven childre ...

                                               

Henry the Navigator

Prince Henry the Navigator was a prince from Portugal, the third son of King John I of Portugal. He was called Infante Dom Henrique in Portuguese. He was never a navigator himself. He got his name because he organized many ocean voyages on which ...

                                               

Henry Ward Beecher

                                               

Avril Henry

Avril K. Henry was an English activist. She wanted the legalization of assisted suicide by euthanasia. She was a retired professor of English medieval culture at the University of Exeter. Henry committed suicide by euthanasia at her home in Bramp ...

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