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Bernie Kilgariff

Bernard Francis Kilgariff AM was an Australian politician. He was one of the founders of the Country Liberal Party. From 1975 to 1987, he was a Senator for the Northern Territory. He also served as the member for Alice Springs in the Northern Ter ...

                                               

Jan Kilian (politician)

Jan Kilian was a Polish politician and businessman. He was a member of the Law and Justice. Kilian was born in Starogard Gdanski, Poland. He was a member of the Sejm from 2015 until 2019. Kilian died on 28 November 2020 at the age of 66.

                                               

Wieslaw Kilian

Wieslaw Kilian was a Polish politician. He was elected to Sejm on 25 September 2005 getting 7.524 votes in Wroclaw. He was a member of the Law and Justice. He joined Poland Comes First when that party split from Law and Justice in 2010. He was re ...

                                               

Wilhelm Killmayer

Wilhelm Killmayer was a German composer of classical music, a conductor and an academic teacher of composition at the Hochschule fur Musik und Theater Munchen from 1973 to 1992. He composed symphonies and song cycles on poems by Friedrich Holderl ...

                                               

Kim Chungyum

Kim Chung-yum was a South Korean politician. Working for President Park Chung-hee, he was the longest serving chief presidential secretary in South Korean history from 1969 to 1979. He also was Minister of Finance and Minister of Commerce and Ind ...

                                               

Kim Du-han

Kim Du-han was South Korean politician, gangsters. he was one of boss of Big gangsters groups of Seouls. a penname was Uisong.

                                               

Kim Il-yeop

Kim Il-yeop was a South Korean writer, journalist and feminism activist. He was also a Buddhist monk. Il-yeop was his Buddhist name. His real name was Kim Wom-ju.

                                               

Kim Jip

Kim Jip was a Korean politician, scholar, teacher, and writer during the Joseon Dynasty. He was also known as Shindokjae or Shindok. His Chinese name was Sagang. He was the son of Kim Jangsaeng, and the teacher of Song Siyeol and Yun Seongeo.

                                               

Kim Jong-jik

Kim Jong-jik was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, and soldier of the Korean Joseon Dynastys. a pen name was Jeomphiljae, Chinese style name was Gyeon Hyogwan. Majority header and Ideological, academic ancestors of Sarim party.

                                               

Kim Jong-pil

Kim Jong-pil was a former South Korean politician and general. He fought in the Korean War. He was the 11th Prime minister of South Korea 1971 to 1975, 31th Prime minister of South Korea 1998 to 2000. first Central Intelligence Agency of South Ko ...

                                               

Kim Myung-sun

Kim Myung-sun was a Korean writer and poet. She was a journalist, novelist, a femenist activist, and a movie actor. Her nickname was Tansil, Mangyangcho and real name was Tansil.

                                               

Kim Seok-ju

Kim Seok-ju was a Confucian scholar, writer and politician of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. He is the elder cousin of Queen Myungsung and paternal first cousin once removed of 19th king Sukjong. His penname was Shigam and Chinese style name was Sabaik.

                                               

Kim Chang-sop

Kim Chang-sop was a North Korean politician. He was a member of the Workers Party of Korea. He was born in Unsan County, South Pyongan Province. He was the Vice Minister of the State Security Department from 2015 until his death. Kim died on 9 Ju ...

                                               

Kim Chaek

Kim Chaek was a North Korean resistance activist, military leader, politician and poet. His realname was Kim Hong-gye. First Industry Minister of DPRK, September 2 1948 to January 31 1951. He was military leader of North Korea in the time of Kore ...

                                               

Kim Chwa-chin

Kim Chwa-chin was one of politician, reform activists and independent activists of Korea. nickname was Baikya also Chinese style name was Myungyeo.

                                               

Kim Hyo-won

Kim Hyo-won, also known as Gim Hyeo-Wyeong or Songam, was a Korean scholar, writer, politician, and Neo-Confucian philosopher of the Joseon period.

                                               

Kim Ikhun

General Kim Ikhun was one of the Neo-Confucian scholars, politicians and Solders of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. His nickname was Kwangnam, a Chinese style name was Moosook. He was a grand uncle of Queen Inkyung, wife of Joseon Dynastys 19th king o ...

                                               

Jaegwon Kim

Jaegwon Kim was a Korean-American philosopher. He was an emeritus professor at Brown University, but who also taught at several other leading American universities. He was best known for his work on mental causation and the mind-body problem. His ...

                                               

Kim Jang-saeng

Kim Jang-saeng was a Korean scholar, writer, politician, and Neo-Confucian philosopher of the Joseon period. His penname was Sagye. His Chinese names were Huiwon Chinese: 희원, 希元 and Huiji Chinese: 희지, 希之.

                                               

Kim Jong-il

Kim Jong-il, birth name Yuri Irsenovich Kim was the Supreme Leader of Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea from the time of his fathers death in 1994 until his own death in 2011. He was the son of Kim Il-Sŏng. Official North Korean propaganda sai ...

                                               

Kim Jong-nam

Kim Jong-nam was the eldest son of Kim Jong-il, the former leader of North Korea. He tried to enter Japan using a fake passport in May 2001. This was to visit Disneyland. This caused his father to not approve of him. Kim Jong-nams younger half-br ...

                                               

Kim Jong-suk

Kim Jong-suk was a Korean independence activist, and communist politician. She was the first wife of North Korean President Kim Il-sung, and the mother of Kim Jong-Il, North Korean Great Leader.

                                               

Kim Ki-duk

Kim Ki-duk was a South Korean movie director and screenwriter. His movies have received many awards in the festival awards, making him one of the most important contemporary Asian movie directors.

                                               

Kim Ki-duk (director, born 1934)

Kim Ki-duk was a South Korean movie director and professor. He was best known outside of Korea for his 1967 giant monster movie Yongary. Kim directed 66 movies in total from his directorial debut in 1961 until his retirement from the movie indust ...

                                               

Kim Kyok-sik

Kim Kyok-sik was a North Korean general and politician. From November 2012 until May 2013, he was the Defence Minister of North Korea. He was thought to have been behind two attacks on South Korea that killed 50 people in 2010. Kim died from acut ...

                                               

Kim Kyusik

Kim Kyu-sik was a Korean politician, ambassador, poet, and academic. He was the first and second Vice President of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea. He was also minister of education and foreign affairs in the same government. ...

                                               

Kim Ok-gyun

                                               

Kim Tschang-yeul

Kim Tschang Yeul was a South Korean painter. He was born in Maengsan, South Pyongan. Many of his works were surrealism and about spirituality. In 2016, the government of Jeju Province opened the Kim Tschang Yeul Art Museum in Artists Village in J ...

                                               

Kim Tu-bong

In 1946, Kim became Chairman of the Workers Party of North Korea. From 1948 until 1958, he was Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Peoples Assembly.

                                               

Kim Un-yong

Kim Un-yong or Un Yong Kim was a South Korean sports administrator, Vice-President of the International Olympic Committee, and founding member of the WTF executive board. Kim Un-yong was elected the president of the Korean Taekwondo Association o ...

                                               

Kim Won-bong

                                               

Kim Yang-gon

Kim Yang-gon was a North Korean politician. He was a member of the ruling party Workers Party of Korea. He served as head of relations with South Korea from 2007 until his death, under both Kim Jong-il and later Kim Jong-un. He was born in Anju, ...

                                               

Kim Yong-chun

Kim Yong-chun was a North Korean soldier and politician. He was a leader of the North Korean military. He held the North Korean military rank Chasu, was Vice Chairman of the National Defense Commission of North Korea, and was Minister of Peoples ...

                                               

Kim Yu-sin

Kim Yu-Sin was a general and politician of the Silla Kingdom in ancient Korea. He belonged to the royal family of Gaya, and served as a soldier of Silla. He conquered the kingdoms of Goguryeo and Baekje. After his death, he was given the title of ...

                                               

Corinne Kimball

Corinne Kimball was an American actor and singer. She was also a child actor. Her mother Jennie Kimball was an actor and theater manager. She appeared in "Monte Cristo, Jr.," "Queen of the Stage," and "Carmen."

                                               

Al-Kindi

Abu Yūsuf Yaqūb ibn Ishāq as-Sabbāh al-Kindī, was an Iraqi philosopher. He was called "the Philosopher of the Arabs". He is often thought of as the first Arab philosopher, and one of the most important scholars in the Islamic world. Al-Kindi was ...

                                               

Michael I of Romania

Michael, King of the Romanians, Prince of Hohenzollern, reigned as King of the Romanians for two periods. He was king from 20 July 1927 to 8 June 1930, and again from 6 September 1940, until forced to abdicate by the Communist Party of Romania. T ...

                                               

Anthony King (professor)

Anthony Stephen Tony King FBA was a Canadian-born British professor of government, psephologist and commentator. He was best known for his work at the University of Essex. He was considered a leading expert of democracy. He was also the BBC telev ...

                                               

Boston King

Boston King from was a former Afro-American slave and British loyalist. He was born a slave in South Carolina and was apprenticed as a carpenter. He joined the British when they occupied Charleston, as they promised freedom to slaves. Later, he g ...

                                               

Clive King

David Clive King was an English author. He was best known for his childrens book Stig of the Dump. He was in the British army during World War II, then worked for the British Council. King died on 10 July 2018 in Norfolk at the age of 94.

                                               

Inge King

Inge King AM was a German-born Australian sculptor. She received many public commissions. Her work is held in public and private collections. Her best known work is Forward Surge at the Melbourne Arts Centre. She became a Member of the Order of A ...

                                               

Peter King (saxophonist)

Peter John King was an English jazz saxophonist, composer, and clarinetist. He was born in Kingston upon Thames, England. His career began in 1959. He also played in small groups with musicians such as Philly Joe Jones, Zoot Sims, Al Cohn, Red Ro ...

                                               

Philip King (Australian politician)

Philip Gidley King was an Australian pastoralist and politician from the colony of New South Wales. He served as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1880 until his death in 1904. He was also the first mayor of Tamworth from 1 ...

                                               

Phillip Parker King

Phillip Parker King FRS RN was an explorer, Royal Navy officer and politician from the colony of New South Wales. He is known as an early explorer of the Australian coastline. He also took part in the survey of Patagonian coasts. He served as a m ...

                                               

William Lyon Mackenzie King

William Lyon Mackenzie King, PC, OM, CMG, also commonly known as Mackenzie King, was the dominant Canadian political leader from the 1920s through the 1940s. He served as the tenth Prime Minister of Canada from December 29, 1921 to June 28, 1926; ...

                                               

Klaus Kinkel

Klaus Kinkel was a German civil servant, lawyer, and politician. He was a member of the Free Democratic Party. He served as Federal Minister of Justice 1991–1992, Foreign Minister 1992–1998 and Vice Chancellor of Germany 1993–1998 in the governme ...

                                               

W. P. Kinsella

William Patrick "W. P." Kinsella was a Canadian novelist and short story writer. He was known for his novel Shoeless Joe, which was made into the movie Field of Dreams in 1989. Kinsella died by euthanasia in Hope, British Columbia on September 16 ...

                                               

Sushil Koirala

Sushil Koirala was a Nepalese politician. He was the Prime Minister of Nepal from 11 February 2014 to 10 October 2015. He was also President of the Nepali Congress party beginning in 2010. Koirala was elected as Prime Minister of Nepal by the par ...

                                               

John Lockwood Kipling

John Lockwood Kipling, C.I.E. was an English art teacher, illustrator, and museum curator, who spent most of his career in British India. He was the father of the famous writer Rudyard Kipling. Most of the original illustrations for Rudyards reno ...

                                               

Rudyard Kipling

Joseph Rudyard Kipling was an British author and poet. He was born in Bombay, India. He wrote childrens fiction, like Kim, The Jungle Book and Puck of Pooks Hill. He also wrote the well-known poems, If - and Gunga Din, and many short stories set ...

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