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James Callaghan

Leonard James Jim Callaghan, Baron Callaghan of Cardiff, was a British Labour politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1976 to 1979. Born in the 1910s, Callaghan was an old-style socialist, lacking any higher education, ...

Pope Callixtus III

Pope Callixtus III, born Alfonso de Borja, was an Spanish official of the Roman Catholic Church and the 210th Pope from April 8, 1455 until his death.

Pope Callixtus I

Pope Saint Callixtus I or Callistus I was the sixteenth Pope, the official title is the Bishop of Rome of the Catholic Church, during the reigns of the Roman Emperors Elagabalus and Alexander Severus. He is considered a saint of the Roman Catholi ...

Blas Calzada Terrados

Blas Calzada Terrados, was a Spanish economist. He was born in Valladolid, Spain. He served as Chairman of Instituto Nacional de Estadistica from 1977 through 1979. He later served as President of Comision Nacional del Mercado de Valores from 200 ...

Silver Donald Cameron

Silver Donald Cameron was a Canadian journalist, author, playwright and university teacher. He was born in Toronto. His writing focuses on social justice, nature and the environment. His 15 books of non-fiction deal with everything from history a ...

Andrea Camilleri

Andrea Calogero Camilleri was an Italian novelist and television writer. He was born in Porto Empedocle, Italy. He was known for writing the Inspector Montalbano crime novel series. He also wrote the television series Le inchieste del commissario ...

Bessie Camm

Bessie Camm or Bessie Kemm, age 113 years, 325 days, was a British supercentenarian and the oldest living resident of the UK, after the death of Gladys Hooper on 9 July 2016 until her death in 11 May 2018. Camm was born in Swaledale, North Yorksh ...

Salvatore Cammarano

Salvatore Cammarano was an Italian librettist and playwright. He is probably best known for writing the text of Lucia di Lammermoor for Gaetano Donizetti. He was born and died in Naples. For Donizetti he also wrote Lassedio di Calais 1836, Belisa ...

Carmen Campagne

Carmen Campagne was a Canadian singer and childrens entertainer. She, along with Connie Kaldor, received a Juno Award at the 1989 in the category Best Childrens Album for Lullaby Berceuse. She was born in Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan. In 2013, she ...

Eamonn Campbell

Eamonn Campbell was an Irish musician. He was known for being a member of The Dubliners from 1987 until his death in 2017. He was born in Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland. Campbell was known as a guitarist and has a rough voice similar to the late ...

Federico Campbell

Federico Campbell was a Mexican author, reporter and journalist. Born in Tijuana he gained success after moving to Mexico City.

William Wilfred Campbell

William Wilfred Campbell was a Canadian poet. He is one of the Confederation Poets, a group of poets born during Canadas Confederation. By the end of the 19th century, he was thought as the "unofficial poet laureate of Canada."

Henry Campbell-Bannerman

Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman GCB was a Scottish- born British Liberal statesman. He served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 5 December 1905 until resigning because of bad health on 3 April 1908. Campbell-Bannerman was born in Glasgow, ...

Robert Campin

Robert Campin was a famous Flemish painter. He is also known as The Master of Flemalle. He painted altarpieces and portraits. Campin was a very successful painter. He made a lot of money and owned several houses in Tournai. For thirty years he wa ...

Eduardo Campos

Eduardo Henrique Accioly Campos was a Brazilian economist and politician. He was the Leader of the Brazilian Socialist Party – Partido Socialista Brasileiro. In April 2014, Eduardo Campos announced his name for the Brazilian Presidential election ...

Concha Garcia Campoy

Concepcion Garcia Campoy, also known as Concha Garcia Campoy ; was a Spanish radio and television journalist and personality. Campoy was born on 28 October 1958 in Terrassa, Catalonia, Spain. She was raised in Ibiza, Spain. Campoy was divorced tw ...

Matilde Camus

Coral montesino "Chorale of Monte", 1983. Vuelo de estrellas "Stars flight", 1969. Cancionero de Liebana "Collection of verse of Liebana", 1977. Corcel en el tiempo "Steed of the time", 1979. Sin teclado de fiebre "Without a fever keyboard", 1986 ...

Antonio Candido

Antonio Candido de Mello e Souza was a Brazilian writer, professor, sociologist and literary critic. As a critic of Brazilian literature, he was thought as having been one of the foremost scholars on the subject by Brazilian universities. He was ...

Luigi Canepa

Luigi Canepa was an Italian opera composer. He is best known for his 1879 opera, Riccardo III. He was born and died in Sassari, Sardinia.

Charles Cannon

Charles-Arthur Dumoulin Cannon was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was a lawyer by career. He was first elected at the Iles-de-la-Madeleine riding in the 1949 general election. Cannon was re-elected for multiple terms ...

Cao Xueqin

Cao Xueqin, was a Chinese writer during the Qing Dynasty. The most famous work by Cao Xueqin is the Dream of the Red Chamber, which is thought to be a great novel in Chinese literature. There are very little details known about his life. He came ...

Hugh Capet of France

Hugh Capet was King of the Franks from 987 until his death in 996. The Capetian dynasty he started ruled France in an unbroken line for 300 years.

Benedetta Cappa

Benedetta Cappa was an Italian futurist artist. She had exhibitions at the Walker Art Center and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

Yves Carcelle

Yves Carcelle was a French businessman. He was the chairman and CEO of the LVMH subsidiary Louis Vuitton. He served from 1990 until 2012. He first joined Louis Vuitton in 1989 as a strategic director. Until his death, he was a LVMH executive comm ...

Gerolamo Cardano

Gerolamo Cardano or Girolamo Cardano was a celebrated Italian Renaissance mathematician, physician, and astrologer. As he was an illegitimate child, he could not enter the college of physicians. Despite this he was a relatively successful physici ...

Ernesto Cardenal

Ernesto Cardenal Martinez was a Nicaraguan Catholic priest, poet, and politician. He was a liberation theologian. He was the founder of the primitivist art community in the Solentiname Islands. His brother was Fernando Cardenal. Cardenal was a me ...

Fernando Cardenal

Fernando Cardenal Martinez was a Nicaraguan Jesuit and liberation theologian. He served as Minister of Education from 1984 to 1990, during the Sandinista era. His brother, poet Ernesto Cardenal, also a Catholic priest, served as Minister of Cultu ...

Peter Carington, 6th Baron Carrington

Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, 6th Baron Carrington was a British Conservative politician. He served as British Defence Secretary between 1970 and 1974, Foreign Secretary between 1979 and 1982 and as the sixth Secretary General of NATO from 19 ...

Carl Benjamin

Carl Benjamin is a British video game journalist who is known for his dislike for political correctness. Benjamin supported Brexit. He was in the United Kingdom Independence Party. He also ran for the European Parliament.

Antonio Carluccio

Antonio Carluccio, OBE OMRI was an Italian chef, restaurateur and food expert. He was born in Vietri sul Mare, Salerno, Italy. Carluccio has been called "the godfather of Italian gastronomy", with a career of more than 50 years. He was best known ...

Carlos do Carmo

Carlos Manuel de Ascenção do Carmo de Almeida ComIH better known as Carlos do Carmo, was a Portuguese fado singer. He began singing and recording in 1963. His first EP record was "Mario Simões e o seu Quarteto Apresentando Carlos do Carmo". His m ...

James Carnegie, 3rd Duke of Fife

James George Alexander Bannerman Carnegie, 3rd Duke of Fife was a great-grandson of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. He was the first person in the line of succession to the British throne who was not related to ...

Caroline Matilda of Wales

Caroline Matilda of Great Britain Queen of Denmark and Norway from 1766 to 1772 and a member of the British Royal Family.

Caroline of Brunswick

Caroline of Brunswick was the wife of King George IV. Her parents were Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick and Princess Augusta of Great Britain. Caroline married George on 8 April 1795, when he was the Prince of Wales. That made Carolin ...

Wallace Carothers

Wallace Hume Carothers was an American chemist and inventor. He was the leader of organic chemistry at DuPont. He is known for the invention of nylon. Carothers went to the University of Illinois to study for his Ph.D. under Roger Adams. His degr ...

Emily Carr

Emily Carr was born in Victoria, British Columbia in 1871. Her parents died while she was a young teenager. She began art lessons when she was sixteen. When she was nineteen, she went to study art in San Francisco. She also studied art in England ...

Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson

Pearl Lavinia Carr and Edward Victor Teddy Johnson were an English husband-and-wife team of entertainers, popular during the 1950s and early 1960s. Carr and Johnson were on British television light entertainment programmes, such as The Winifred A ...

Rudi Carrell

Rudi Carrell was a very successful comedian, singer and television presenter. He was born on December 19, 1934 in Alkmaar, in the Netherlands. He died of lung cancer on July 7, 2006 in Bremen, Germany. He was very popular in Germany, for shows li ...

Maria Carta

Maria Carta was a Sardinian folk music singer-songwriter. She also performed in film and theater. In 1975, she wrote a book of poetry, Ritual Song. She was born in Siligo, Sassari, Sardinia. She died of cancer in Rome.

Howard Carter

Howard Carter was an English archaeologist. His mother was Martha Carter and his father was Samuel Carter. As a young man he worked for the Egyptian Antiquities Service. Later, he was the man who found King Tutankhamuns tomb in 1922. The discover ...

Peter Carter (diplomat)

Peter Leslie Carter was a British diplomat. He served as the British Deputy High Commissioner to Nigeria from 2012 until his death in 2014. He was also Her Britannic Majestys Ambassador to Estonia from 2007 until 2012. He had also served in India ...

Robert M. Carter

Robert Merlin Bob Carter was a British-born Australian palaeontologist and stratigrapher. He was best known for his strong doubt about the state of climate change in Australia. He was professor and head of the School of Earth Sciences at James Co ...

Rosanna Carteri

Rosanna Carteri was an Italian soprano. She was active from the 1950s through the mid-1960s. She was born in Verona, Italy. he made her La Scala debut in 1951. Other debuts were at the Salzburg Festival as Desdemona in Otello in 1952 under the di ...

Jacques Cartier

Jacques Cartier was a French trader and explorer. He was born on 31 December 1491 in Saint-Malo, a small town in Brittany, and lived until 1 September 1557. He sailed three times to Canada. He was the first European man to see Prince Edward Islan ...

Peter Cartwright (lawyer)

Peter John Cartwright CNZM QSO CStJ was a New Zealand lawyer. He was the husband of Dame Silvia Cartwright. He was the viceregal consort of New Zealand between 2001 and 2006, when his wife was serving as the 18th Governor-General of New Zealand. ...

Daphne Caruana Galizia

Daphne Anne Caruana Galizia was a Maltese journalist and blogger. She was known for her work as an investigative journalist and revealing controversial sensitive information, including reports and allegations related to the Panama Papers. Caruana ...

Gabriel Caruana

Gabriel Caruana was a Maltese artist. He worked in ceramics. He studied at the Malta School of Art. He exhibited internationally, including a group exhibit by Maltese artists at Hunter College in 1996. Caruana was a pioneer of modern art in Malta ...

Pedro Casaldaliga

Pedro Casaldaliga, born Pere Casaldàliga i Pla, was a Catalan-born Brazilian prelate of the Catholic Church. He led the Territorial Prelature of São Felix, Brazil, from 1970 to 2005. In 1971, he became a bishop. He was a well known humanitarian a ...

Servilius Casca

Publius Servilius Casca Longus was one of the assassins of Gaius Julius Caesar. He and several other senators conspired to kill Caesar, which they did on 15 March 44 BC. He was one of the first to attack, and stabbed Caesar in the neck. At the ti ...

Giuseppe Caselli

Giuseppe Guglielmo Umberto Caselli was an Italian painter. He studied under Felice Del Santo and Antonio Discovolo. In 1913, Caselli was imprisoned in a concentration camp in Austria. After that, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence ...

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