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Meir Rosenne

Meir Rosenne was an Israeli lawyer and diplomat. Rosenne was born in Jassy, Romania. From 1971 until 1979 he served as legal adviser to the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. From 1979 until 1983 he served as the Israeli Ambassador to France. F ...

                                               

Jaime Rosenthal

Jaime Rolando Rosenthal Oliva was a Honduran politician. He was the third Vice President of Honduras from 1986 to 1989 and a member of National Congress of Honduras from 2002 to 2006. Rosenthal died following a heart attack on 12 January 2019. He ...

                                               

Christina Rossetti

Christina Georgina Rossetti was born in Charlotte Street, in London and was an English Victorian poet who wrote a variety of romantic, devotional, and childrens poems.

                                               

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Dante Gabriel Rossetti was an English poet, illustrator, painter and translator. His sister was the poet Christina Rossetti. He was a leading light of the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood.

                                               

Francesco Rosi

Francesco Rosi was an Italian movie director, producer and screenwriter. He is the father of actress Carolina Rosi. He is known for his 1979 movie Christ Stopped at Eboli. He won the Golden Prize at the 11th Moscow International Film Festival. Ro ...

                                               

Ajip Rosidi

Ajip Rosidi was an Indonesian poet and short story writer. He had published 326 works in 22 different magazines. He was born in Majalengka, Dutch East Indies. His career began in 1953. Rosidi worked to preserve Sundanese culture as well as other ...

                                               

Bengt Rosio

Per Bengt Magnus Ingemar Rosio was a Swedish diplomat and author. He was Ambassador to 17 countries and wrote 20 books, mainly on diplomacy. He was known however for having conducted the Swedish governments inquiry into the death of the UN Secret ...

                                               

Hans Rosling

Hans Rosling was a Swedish medical doctor, academic, statistician, and public speaker. He was the Professor of International Health at Karolinska Institutet and was the co-founder and chairman of the Gapminder Foundation. He helped develop the Tr ...

                                               

Earl Ross

Earl Ross was a Canadian race car driver. He competed in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series from 1973 until 1976. He won the 15th Daytona 500 race in 1974. The same year, he became the NASCAR Rookie of the Year. He drove the Carling Red Cap #52. Ross ...

                                               

Ian Ross

Ian Roscoe Ross was an Australian television news presenter. He worked in Seven News in Sydney and for the National Nine News. Ross was born in New South Wales, Australia. Ross died on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia from pancreatic cancer, ...

                                               

James Clark Ross

Sir James Clark Ross, was a English naval officer and explorer. He explored the Arctic with his uncle Sir John Ross and Sir William Parry. He later led his own journey to Antarctica. He was born on April 15, 1800 in London, England and died on Ap ...

                                               

John Ross (Cherokee chief)

                                               

Ronald Ross

Ⓢ ℘ ℜ ∞ {\displaystyle \circledS \wp \Re \infty } Ronald Ross 13 May 1857 – 16 September 1932 was an English doctor. He won the 1902 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, for work on malaria transmitting by anopheles mosquitos.

                                               

Alice Ross-King

Alys Ross King, known as Alice Ross-King, was an Australian nurse who served during both World Wars. During World War I, she served in hospitals in Egypt and France. She was one of only seven Australian nurses awarded with the Military Medal for ...

                                               

Rossana Rossanda

Rossana Rossanda was an Italian left-wing politician, journalist, and feminist. She was born in Pula, then-Kingdom of Italy. She was a member of the Italian Communist Party and Proletarian Unity Party Between 1963 to 1968, she was a member of the ...

                                               

Cosimo Rosselli

                                               

Roberto Rossellini

Roberto Gastone Zeffiro Rossellini, was an Italian movie director, producer and screenwriter. He was born in Rome. He was best known for his movies Rome, Open City, Paisà and Germany, Year Zero. Rossellini died from a heart attack in Rome, Italy, ...

                                               

Bernardo Rossellino

Bernardo di Matteo Gamberelli, better known as Bernardo Rossellino, was an Italian Florentine sculptor and architect, the elder brother of the sculptor Antonio Rossellino. He was part of the second generation of Renaissance artists and had helped ...

                                               

Luigi Rossi di Montelera

Luigi Rossi di Montelera was an Italian company manager and politician. He was a member of the Christian Democracy. Rossi di Montelera was born in Turin, Italy. He was a member of the Member of the Chamber of Deputies from 1976 to 1992. He was al ...

                                               

Aldo Rossi

                                               

Bert Rossi

Umberto "Bert" Rossi was an English gangster and former associate of the Kray twins. He was known as the "General of Clerkenwell". He stood trial for murder in 1975 but was acquitted. He was a journalist linked him to 11 murders, a figure which h ...

                                               

Hugh Rossi

Sir Hugh Alexis Louis Rossi, KCSG, KHS, FKC was a British Conservative politician. He was Minister for Disabled People from 1981 to 1983 during the cabinet of Margaret Thatcher. He was a councillor on Hornsey Borough Council, serving from 1956 to ...

                                               

Sergio Rossi (shoe designer)

Sergio Rossi was an Italian shoe designer. He founded his own brand in 1951. Sergio Rossi produced womens footwear as well as handbags and other accessories. He was born in San Mauro Pascoli. Rossis son Gianvito was also a shoe designer. In March ...

                                               

Max Rostal

Max Rostal was a violinist who was a famous violin teacher. He was Austrian-born, but later took British citizenship. He was born in Cieszyn and studied with Carl Flesch. From 1930-33 he taught at the Berlin Hochschule, from 1944 to 1958 at the G ...

                                               

Edmond Rostand

Edmond Eugene Alexis Rostand was a French poet and dramatist. He is known for his works which are known as neo-romanticism. His best known play was the 1897 play Cyrano de Bergerac.

                                               

David Rotem

David Rotem was an Israeli politician. He served as a member of the Knesset for Yisrael Beiteinu between 2007 and 2015. He was born in Bnei Brak to a Orthodox Jewish family, and grew up in Jerusalem. Rotem died from cardiac arrest on 8 June 2015 ...

                                               

Simcha Rotem

Simcha Rotem Rathajzer ; 24 February 1924 – 22 December 2018) was a Polish-Israeli veteran. He was a member of the Jewish underground in Warsaw. He was the head courier of the Jewish Fighting Organization, which planned and executed the Warsaw gh ...

                                               

Jurgen Roth

Jurgen Roth was a German publicist and investigative journalist. He was born in Frankfurt on Main, Germany. He was known for his works in Armut in der Bundesrepublik, Der Sumpf and for Absturz. Roth died on 28 September 2017 in Frankfurt at the a ...

                                               

Klaus Roth

Klaus Friedrich Roth was a German-British mathematician. He was known for his work on diophantine approximation, the large sieve, and irregularities of distribution.

                                               

Martin Roth (museum director)

Martin Roth was a German museum director. He was Director General of the Dresden State Art Collections from 2001 to 2011 and Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England, from 2011 to 2016. He was born in Stuttgart, Germany. Roth ...

                                               

Michael Roth

Michael Roth was a German engineer. He was professor of automation, specializing in microprocessor technology, computer science and sociology as well as philosophy of science. He was one of the founders of computer engineering in Germany.

                                               

Benjamin de Rothschild

Benjamin de Rothschild was a French banker. He is the owner of the Edmond de Rothschild Group from 1997 until his death. He was the son of Edmond Adolphe and Nadine. In 1972, he created the professional offshore sailing racing team Gitana Team. O ...

                                               

James Mayer de Rothschild

James Mayer de Rothschild, Baron de Rothschild, born Jakob Mayer Rothschild, was a German-French banker. He was the founder of the French branch of the Rothschild family.

                                               

Philippine de Rothschild

Philippine Mathilde Camille de Rothschild, also known as Philippine Pascale, was a French winemaker and baroness. She was the owner of the French winery Chateau Mouton Rothschild. She was the only daughter of the vintner Baron Philippe de Rothsch ...

                                               

Rudy Rotta

Rudy Rotta was an Italian blues guitarist. Rotta was born in Villadossola, Italy, but was raised in Lucerne, Switzerland where his family emigrated. He began his career in Switzerland at the age of 14, but eventually returned to Verona. Over his ...

                                               

Corine Rottschafer

Corine Spier-Rottschafer was a Dutch model and beauty queen. She won the 1959 Miss World contest, representing the Netherlands. She was the first woman from her country to win the title. The pageant was held in London, United Kingdom. Rottschafer ...

                                               

Giuseppe Rotunno

Giuseppe Rotunno was an Italian cinematographer. He won a BAFTA Award in 1979 for his work in All That Jazz. Rotunno was born in Rome. His career lasted from 1955 to 1997. Rotunno was the first non-American member admitted to the American Society ...

                                               

Jacques Rouffio

Jacques Rouffio was a French movie director and screenwriter. His 1986 movie My Brother-in-law Killed My Sister was entered into the 36th Berlin International Film Festival. Rouddio died on 8 July 2016 in Paris, aged 87.

                                               

Stanley Rous

Sir Stanley Ford Rous, CBE was the 6th President of FIFA from 1961 to 1974. He was also secretary of the Football Association from 1934 to 1962 and was an international referee.

                                               

Jeannie Rousseau

Jeannie Rousseau was an Allied intelligence agent in occupied France during World War II. She was a member of Georges Lamarques "Druids" network. Rousseau was born in Saint-Brieuc, France. Codenamed AMNIARIX, she evaded Gestapo agents while gathe ...

                                               

Demis Roussos

Artemios Demis Ventouris Roussos was a Egyptian-born Greek singer and performer. He had international hit records as a solo performer in the 1970s after having been a member of Aphrodites Child. He sold over 60 million albums worldwide and became ...

                                               

Albert Roux

Albert Henri Roux was a French restaurateur and chef. He and his brother Michel ran Le Gavroche, the first restaurant in the UK to gain three Michelin stars. Roux was born in Semur-en-Brionnais, Saone-et-Loire, France. Roux died on 4 January 2021 ...

                                               

Michel Roux

Michel Roux OBE, also known as Michel Roux Sr., was a French-born British chef and restaurateur. Along with his brother Albert, he opened Le Gavroche, later to become the first restaurant in Britain to have three Michelin stars. The brothers also ...

                                               

Lou Rowan

Louis Patrick Lou Rowan was an Australian Test cricket match umpire. He umpired a total of 25 Test matches between 1963 and 1971. He also umpired the first One Day International match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 5 January 1971. He was also ...

                                               

Bridget Rowe

Bridget Rowe was a British journalist. Rowe was an Assistant Editor of The Sun, then editor of "Sunday", the News of the World s magazine. In 1986, Rowe became editor of Womans Own. Rowe edited the Sunday Mirror from 1991 to 1992, then moved to e ...

                                               

Dee Rowe

Donald Dee Rowe was an American college basketball coach. He coached for the UConn Huskies mens team. He was born in Worcester, Massachusetts. He was the director of athletics and the head coach of both the mens basketball and baseball teams at t ...

                                               

Geoffrey Rowell

Douglas Geoffrey Rowell was an Anglican bishop. He served as Bishop of Basingstoke and then as the third Bishop in Europe until his retirement on 8 November 2013. Following his retirement he ministered as an assistant bishop in the Diocese of Chi ...

                                               

Robert Rowland

Robert Andrew Rowland was a British politician and businessman. He was a member of the Brexit Party. He was a Member of the European Parliament for South East England from 2019 until the United Kingdoms exit from the EU in 2020. Rowland was born ...

                                               

John Rowlands (author)

John Rowlands was a Welsh language author of several novels including Lle bor gwenyn. He was a Professor of Welsh Literature.

                                               

June Rowlands

June Rowlands was a Canadian politician. She was born in Toronto. She was the 60th mayor of Toronto, Ontario, serving from 1991 through 1994. She was the first woman to hold that office. She served a longtime city councillor, unsuccessful federal ...

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