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Jozsef Szendi

Jozsef Szendi was a Hungarian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. At the time of his death he was the oldest living bishop from Hungary. Szendi was born in Szekesfehervar, Hungary. Szendi was ordained a priest on 24 December 1944. From 1969 unt ...

                                               

Gyorgy Szepesi

Gyorgy Szepesi was a Hungarian radio personality, journalist and sports executive. Szepesi was a Hungarian Olympic Committee member from 1962 to 2000, and was the Executive Committee Chairman for the Federation Internationale de Football Associat ...

                                               

Martin Szipal

Martin Szipal, also known as Martin S. Martin, was a Hungarian photographer. He was known for his portrait photography of movie stars and celebrities. He was born in Szolnok. He worked with many magazines and took pictures of many famous celebrit ...

                                               

Sandor Szokolay

Sandor Szokolay was an Hungarian composer and a professor of the Liszt Ferenc Academy, Budapest. Szokolay was born on 30 March 1931 in Kunagota, Hungary. He was chairman of the Hungarian Kodaly Society 1978 and the Hungarian Music Camera 1991–92, ...

                                               

Wladyslaw Szpilman

Wladyslaw "Wladek" Szpilman was a Polish pianist and classical composer. Szpilman is known as the main character of the Roman Polanski movie The Pianist 2002. This movie is based on the book of the same name. It recounts Polanskis survival of the ...

                                               

Jadwiga Szubartowicz

Jadwiga Szubartowicz, was a Polish supercentenarian. She was the oldest living person in Poland until her death in 2017. As a child, she spent several years with her family in Saint Petersburg then Petrograd, where at the age of 12 she witnessed ...

                                               

Jan Szyszko

Jan Feliks Szyszko was a Polish forester, educator and politician. He was Minister of Environment from 1997 through 1999, from 2005 through 2007 and again from 2015 through 2018. Szyszko was born in Warsaw. He was elected to the Sejm on 25 Septem ...

                                               

Fernando de Szyszlo

Fernando de Szyszlo Valdelomar was a Peruvian painter, sculptor, printmaker, and teacher. He was a key figure in advancing abstract art in Latin America since the mid-1950s, and one of the leading plastic artists in Peru. Szyszlo became a major f ...

                                               

Harry Zvi Tabor

Harry Zvi Tabor was a British-born Israeli physicist. He was known as the father of Israeli solar energy. Tabor was also involved in bringing Israels solar energy program to international awareness. Tabor was born in London. He died in Jerusalem ...

                                               

Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini

Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini, was an Italian organist, harpsichordist, musicologist and composer. He was born in Bologna. He has conducted studies in music classes organ, piano and composition with Riccardo Nielsen to Conservatory of Bologna and P ...

                                               

Marie Taglioni

Marie Taglioni was a ballerina. She was born in Stockholm, Sweden on 23 April 1804. Her father was the choreographer Filippo Taglioni. He created the seminal romantic ballet La Sylphide to showcase her talents. She was the first ballerina to danc ...

                                               

Rachid Taha

Rachid Taha was an Algerian singer-songwriter and activist. His career was based in Paris. He was described as "sonically adventurous". His music was inspired by many different styles such as rock, electronic, punk and raï. raï, Taha was born in ...

                                               

Germaine Tailleferre

Germaine Tailleferre was a French composer. She was one of the members of the famous group Les Six. She was called Marcelle Taillefesse when she was born. When she was grown up she changed her last name to "Tailleferre" just to annoy her father b ...

                                               

Nabi Tajima

Nabi Tajima who is the second oldest Japanese person ever at the age of 117 years and 260 days. She was also the oldest living person for 7 months. She was at the time of her death the oldest Japanese person ever and the oldest person ever from A ...

                                               

Emperor Takakura

Emperor Takakura was the 80th Emperor of Japan. He was the emperor before Emperor Antoku. Towards the end of his reign, he summoned a champion. A ruling clan, the Taira clan, showed their power by announcing their one year old son as Emperor. He ...

                                               

Shin Kyuk-ho

Shin Kyuk-ho, known in Japan as Takeo Shigemitsu, was a South Korean businessman known for being the founder of the Korean conglomerate Lotte Corporation.

                                               

Mikhail Tal

Mikhail Tal, known as Mischa, was a Soviet–Latvian chess player, a Grandmaster, and the eighth World Chess Champion. Tal played in 21 Soviet championships, winning it six times, a record only equalled by Botvinnik. He was a member of eight Soviet ...

                                               

Jalal Talabani

Jalal Talabani was a leading Kurdish politician. He served as President of Iraq from 2005 to 2014. He was the first non-Arab president of Iraq, although Abdul Karim Qasim was of partial Kurdish heritage. Talabani was the founder and secretary gen ...

                                               

Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord

Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord was a French diplomat. He was a bishop and worked successfully for Louis XVI. He changed sides and served the French Revolution and Napoleon I. When Napoleon started losing his wars, Talleyrand changed sides ...

                                               

Tamam Shud case

The Tamam Shud case, also known as the Mystery of the Somerton Man, is an unsolved case of an unidentified man found dead at 6:30 am, 1 December 1948, on Somerton beach, Glenelg, just south of Adelaide, South Australia. It is named after the Pers ...

                                               

Eino Tamberg

Eino Tamberg was a composer and musician from Estonia. He was famous for the variety of works he wrote including symphonies, concertos, operas and ballets. he was a student of the Tallinn Conservatory, where he later taught composition. He was gi ...

                                               

Tamerlane

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Taneda Santoka

In this Japanese name, the family name is Taneda. Taneda Santōka was the pen name of a Japanese writer. He is known for writing haiku of free verse. His real name was Taneda Shouichi.

                                               

Stephan Tanneberger

Stephan Tanneberger was a German oncologist and chemist. He held leading positions in cancer research and therapy in the German Democratic Republic. Tanneberger served as director of the Zentralinstitut fur Krebsforschung Central Institute of Can ...

                                               

Zabardust Khan

Zabardust Khan or Zabardust Khan Tanoli also known by his nick-name Suba Khan Tanoli was a chieftain of the Hindkowan Tanoli tribe, of Hazara region, in 18th century India. This area is now part of North-West Pakistan. Zabardust Khan was appointe ...

                                               

Ali Tanrıyar

Ali Tanrıyar was a Turkish politician. He served as Minister of Interior of Turkey from December 13, 1983 through October 26, 1984. He also served as President of the Galatasaray S.K. from March 15, 1986 through March 17, 1990. He was a member of ...

                                               

Alexander Taraikovsky

Alexander Taraikovsky was a participant in protests against the false numbers of the 2020 Belarusian presidential election. He was shot by the police on the evening of August 10, 2020, near Pushkinskaya metro station in Minsk after that it was sa ...

                                               

Artyom Tarasov

Artem or Artyom Mikhaylovich Tarasov was a Russian businessman and political activist of Armenian descent. He was born in Moscow. In 1989 Tarasov became the first officially declared millionaire in the USSR. Tarasov is the co-founder of Kommersan ...

                                               

Abdul Majid Khan Tarin

He was the son of a tribal Tarin or Tareen chieftain and cavalry officer, Sardar Habib Khan 1829–1888, Nawab-Bahadur, Risaldar; and was born in Talokar village, near Haripur, in what was later to be the Hazara area of the NWFP, in British India. ...

                                               

Andrei Tarkovsky

Andrei Arsenyevich Tarkovsky was a Soviet movie director, writer and opera director. Tarkovksy is listed as one of the 100 filmmakers best liked by movie critics. He received critical acclaim for directing such movies as Andrei Rublev, Solaris an ...

                                               

Salmaan Taseer

Salmaan Taseer was the Governor of Punjab, in Pakistan. He was shot dead in 2011 in Islamabad by his official security guard, Malik Muhammad Mumtaz Qadri, a member of the Pakistan militarys Elite Force. It is believed he was killed because his id ...

                                               

Lilyan Tashman

Lilyan Tashman was an American stage, silent movie, and early "talkie" actress. She was born in New York City. She won notice as a vaudevillian in the Zeigfield Follies. Her first movie was Experience in 1921. This was followed by many others. Sh ...

                                               

Jeffrey Tate

Sir Jeffrey Philip Tate CBE was an English conductor. Tate was born in Salisbury, Wiltshire. He suffered from spina bifida since birth. He was raised in Farnham, Surrey. He studied at Cambridge University and at Christs College, Cambridge. Tates ...

                                               

Karst Tates

Karst Tates was a Dutch man who tried to harm the Dutch Royal Family. He tried to do this by making his car collide with the Royal Bus. This event happened in Apeldoorn, Netherlands on 30 April, 2009, the Dutch national holiday of Queens Day. He ...

                                               

Menachem Mendel Taub

Menachem Mendel Taub was an Israeli Hasidic rebbe and Holocaust survivor. He brought the Kaliv dynasty with him to Israel. He founded Kiryas Kaliv in Rishon LeZion, before it was moved to Bnei Brak, a city near the Yarkon Park, and finally Jerusa ...

                                               

Hiwi Tauroa

Edward Te Rangihiwinui "Hiwi" Tauroa was a Māori rugby union player, school principal, and civil servant. He was born in Hawera, New Zealand. He was the principal of Wesley College from 1968, before becoming the principal of Tuakau College in 197 ...

                                               

Derek Taylor

Derek Taylor was an English journalist and author. He spent most of his career covering popular music and celebrity news. He had a long association with rock band The Beatles, serving at different times as their press agent. He was also a persona ...

                                               

George Augustine Taylor

George Augustine Taylor was an Australian artist, journalist, and inventor. He was the first person in Australia to fly a heavier-than-air craft.

                                               

Gilbert Taylor

Gilbert Taylor was a British cinematographer. He worked on several movies such as Dr. Strangelove, A Hard Days Night, The Omen and Star Wars. Taylor was born on 12 April 1914 in Bushey Heath, Hertfordshire, England. After six years service in Wor ...

                                               

Ian Taylor (British businessman)

Ian Roper Taylor was a British trading businessman. He was chairman and Global CEO of The Vitol Group, the worlds largest independent energy trader. He was also the majority shareholder in Harris Tweed Hebrides. He was born in Croydon, London, En ...

                                               

John Taylor (jazz)

John Taylor was a British jazz pianist. He was born in Manchester. Taylor was known for forming the Jazz band Azimuth. Taylor died of a heart attack at the age of 72.

                                               

Arto Tchakmaktchian

Arto Tchakmakchian was an Egyptian-born Canadian-Armenian sculptor and painter. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. He was awarded by the Armenian Order of Honor in 2015. He was born in Cairo, Egypt and raised in Yerevan, Armen ...

                                               

Tamara Tchinarova

Tamara Tchinarova Finch was a Romanian ballet dancer and writer. She was born in Cetatea Alba, Kingdom of Romania. During the 1940s Tchinarova worked significantly to the development of Australian dance companies, including the Kirsova Ballet and ...

                                               

Robert Tear

Robert Tear was a Welsh tenor and conductor. Robert Tear" Tear” rhymes with" dear” was educated in Wales. He sang in the choir at St. Pauls Cathedral and then became a choral scholar at King’s College, Cambridge. In 1961 he left Cambridge and sta ...

                                               

Christine Teipel

Christine Teipel was a 9 year old child who was executed as a witch. This execution happened in Schmallenberg-Oberkirchen in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

                                               

Andrew Telegdi

Andrew Telegdi, PC was a Hungarian-born Canadian politician. He was a Liberal Member of Parliament in the Canadian House of Commons from 1993 to 2008, representing Waterloo and the successor riding of Kitchener - Waterloo. In 2014, Telgedi ran an ...

                                               

Apisai Ielemia

Apisai Ielemia was a Tuvaluan politician. He was the tenth Prime Minister of Tuvalu from 2006 to 2010, and was returned as a member of parliament in 2010. He was re-elected to parliament in 2015. On 5 October 2016, the High Court of Tuvalu declar ...

                                               

Alfred Oftedal Telhaug

Alfred Oftedal Telhaug was a Norwegian educator. Telhaug was born in Skudeneshavn. He graduated from Stavanger Cathedral School in 1953, the University of Oslo in 1962, and took the Ph.D. degree at the University of Trondheim in 1990. He was assi ...

                                               

Sylke Tempel

Sylke Tempel was a German author and journalist. At the time of her death, she had been the editor-in-chief of the foreign policy magazine Internationale Politik since 2008. She was born in Bayreuth. She covered a range of events such as the Oslo ...

                                               

Lee Teng-hui

This is a Chinese name; the family name is Lee. Lee Teng-hui, sometimes called the "father of Taiwans democracy", was a politician of the Republic of China. He was the President of the Republic of China and Chairman of the Kuomintang from 1988 to ...

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