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Ruhollah Hosseinian

Hojatoleslam Ruhollah Hosseinian was an Iranian principalist politician. He was in the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and National Security or VEVAK as deputy to Ali Fallahian and in April 2007 was appointed by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as ...

Hou Bo

Hou Bo was a Chinese photographer. With her husband Xu Xiaobing, they were among the best known photographers of Mao Zedong. She joined the Communist Party at the age of fourteen and learned photography during the Second Sino-Japanese War. After ...

Blaoui Houari

Blaoui Houari was an Algerian singer-songwriter, composer and conductor. During his career, he recorded over 900 songs and released over 100 albums. Houari was born in Oran, Western Algeria, then French Algeria. Houari began his career as a singe ...

Jacques Houplain

Jacques Houplain was a French painter and engraver. Along with engraving and painting, Houplain studied art history. He was a fellow at the Maison Descartes in Amsterdam, and he studied the work of Hercules Seghers and his influences on Rembrandt ...

François Houtart

François Houtart was a Belgian marxist sociologist and Catholic priest. He was born in Brussels, Belgium. He participated as a peritus expert in the sessions of Vatican II playing a key role in the formation of the introduction of the Gaudium et ...

Harald Hove

Harald Hove was a Norwegian jurist and politician. He was for the Liberal Party. Hove was born in Bergen, Norway. He served as a deputy representative to the Norwegian Parliament from Hordaland during the terms 1997–2001 and 2001–2005. From 1997 ...

Elizabeth Jane Howard

Elizabeth Jane Howard, Lady Amis, CBE, FRSL was an English novelist. Before being a writer, Howard was an actress and a model. Howard died at the age of 90, at her home in Bungay, Suffolk.

Geoffrey Howe

Richard Edward Geoffrey Howe, Baron Howe of Aberavon, CH, QC, PC was a British Conservative politician. Howe was born in Port Talbot, Wales. He read Law at Trinity Hall, Cambridge and had a career as a lawyer before becoming a Member of Parliamen ...

Herbert Howells

Herbert Howells CBE, CH, was an English composer, organist, and teacher. He was born in Lydney, Gloucestershire on 17 October 1892 to Oliver and Elizabeth Howells. He died in London on 23 February 1983. He wrote a lot of church music for the Angl ...

Enver Hoxha

Enver Halil Hoxha ; 16 October 1908 – 11 April 1985) was an Albanian politician who was the prime minister of Albania from 1944 until his death in 1985. His title was First Secretary of the Party of Labour of Albania. He was a Communist and many ...

Nexhmije Hoxha

Nexhmije Hoxha was the widow of Albanian communist leader Enver Hoxha. Hoxha was born Nexhmije Xhuglini in Bitolj. She studied at the Queen Mother Pedagogical Institute in Tirana. After World War II she married prime minister and Communist Party ...

Fred Hoyle

Sir Fred Hoyle was an English astronomer. He is noted mainly for being the first man to think of the idea that nuclear fusion might happen in stars, like our Sun. In addition to his work as an astronomer, Hoyle was a writer of science fiction, in ...

Nobushige Hozumi

Hozumi Nobushige was a Japanese statesman and legal expert in Meiji period. Hozumi was appointed to the House of Peers in 1890. In 1915, he was ennobled with the title of danshaku baron under the kazoku system. In 1916, Horzumi was named to the E ...

Leetsch C. Hsu

Xu Lizhi, better known as Leetsch Charles Hsu, was a Chinese mathematician and educator. He co-founded the Department of Mathematics of Jilin University and founded the Institute of Applied Mathematics and the Journal of Mathematical Research wit ...

Huang Taiji

Huang Taiji was the emperor of Qing Dynasty. His surname was Aisin Gioro. His reign names were Tian Cong and Chong De. Huang Taiji was the eighth son of Taizu Emperor. He reigned the Manchu trible from 1627 until 1643.

Huang Yong Ping

This is a Chinese name; the family name is Huang. Huang Yǒng Pīng was a Chinese-French contemporary artist and one of the most famous Chinese Avant-garde artists. He was born in Xiamen, China. He was seen as the most controversial artist of the C ...

Richard Huckle

Richard William Huckle was a convicted British serial sex offender. He was arrested by Britains National Crime Agency and convicted of 71 counts of serious sexual assaults against children while posing as a teacher, photographer and devout Christ ...

Henry Hudson

Henry Hudson was an English explorer and navigator in the 1600s. He was well known for discovering the Hudson River and the Hudson Bay. Hudson was trying to find a northwest passage to Cathay present day China. He tried twice before he found it. ...

Billy Hughes

William Morris "Billy" Hughes was the seventh Prime Minister of Australia. He became Prime Minister during World War I. He tried to introduce conscription but the public did not want it. His party, Labor, kicked him out and he formed a new party ...

Rolf Huisgen

Rolf Huisgen was a German chemist. In 1947, he was named professor at the University of Tubingen in 1949. He returned to the University of Munich in 1952 where he remained dedicated to research long after attaining emeritus status in 1988. His be ...

Rod Hull

Rodney Stephen Hull was an English comedian. He was a popular entertainer on British television in the 1970s and 1980s. He is best known for his puppet Emu, a mute, very aggressive arm-length puppet modelled on the Australian flightless bird, the ...

Jean-Marie Hullot

Jean-Marie Hullot was a French computer scientist and programmer. He authored important programs for the original Macintosh, NeXTSTEP and Mac OS X platforms. These include the SOS Interface for the Mac, which later became Interface Builder for Ne ...

Humayun

Nasiruddin Muhammad Humayun was the second Mughal Emperor. He ruled Afghanistan, Pakistan, and parts of northern India from 1530 to 1540. He was the son of the previous emperor, Babur. His son was Akbar, one of the most famous emperors in Mughal ...

John Hume

John Hume KCSG was an Irish politician. He was a founding member of the Social Democratic and Labour Party. He was co-recipient of the 1998 Nobel Peace Prize, with David Trimble. He was the second leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party ...

Huni

Huni was the last Pharaoh of Egyptian Third dynasty. He was successor of Khaba, and maybe Khabas son. Huni established a fortress on the island of Elephantine, and he maybe built pyramid in Meidum. One of officials of king Djoser was also named H ...

A.K. Fazlul Huq

Abul Kashem Fazlul Huq, often called Sher-e-Bangla was a well-known Bengali statesman in the first half of the 20th century. He held different political posts including General Secretary of the Indian National Congress, Education Minister, the fi ...

Hans Hurlimann

Hans Hurlimann was a Swiss politician. He was a member of the Swiss Federal Council. He was elected to the Federal Council of Switzerland on 5 December 1973. He served until 31 December 1982 when Alphons Egli took office. He was a member of the C ...

Karl Hurm

Karl Hurm was a German contemporary painter. He was born in Haigerloch, Germany. He worked at the Haigerloch from 1998 until his death in 2019. Hurms paintings begun in the 1970s to a certain style; they are often referred to as "naïve art". Hurm ...

Lubomyr Husar

Lubomyr Husar MSU was the major archbishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Church, a minority church in Ukraine but the largest sui juris Eastern church in full communion with the Holy See. Husar was also a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. After the tr ...

Husayn ibn Ali

Husayn ibn Ali was the third Imam of Shia Islam. He was the son of Ali ibn Abi Talib, the fourth Caliph and first Imam of Shia Islam. His mother was Fatimah Zahra, the daughter of the Prophet Muhammad and wife of Ali. He was also the younger brot ...

Noel Hush

Noel Sydney Hush AO DSc FRS FNAS FAA FRACI FRSN was an Australian chemist. He was known for his work at the University of Sydney where he was Head of Theoretical Chemistry. His main focuses were theoretical chemistry, chemical physics and quantum ...

Scott Hutchison

Scott Hutchison was a Scottish singer-songwriter, guitarist and artist. He was the founding member and primary songwriter of the indie rock band Frightened Rabbit. Hutchison was also a member of the musical collective The Fruit Tree Foundation, a ...

Dmitri Hvorostovsky

Dmitri Aleksandrovich Hvorostovsky PAR was a Russian operatic baritone. He was born in Krasnoyarsk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. He was known for performing in The Queen of Spades. He was awarded the Order of Alexander Nevsky in 2015 and the Order ...

Ibn Taymiyyah

Ibn Taymiyyah is regarded as one of the prominent Sunni Islamic scholars and mujaddids of Islam. His full name is Ahmad ibn Abdul Haleem ibn Abdus Salam ibn Taymiyyah. His titles are Sheikh al-Islam, the Imām, the Scholar, the Mufassir, the Faqīh ...

Ibn ul-Arabi

Hazrat Sheikh Mohye-ed-din Ibn ul-Arabī was an Arab Andalusian Sufi mystic, poet and philosopher. He is renowned in the Muslim world as Sheikh ul Akbar The Greatest Sheikh, for his famous explanation of the concept of Tawhid Oneness of God throug ...

Ibrahim Muhammad Abu Arab

Ibrahim Muhammad Abu Arab was a Palestinian poet. -Shecera was born in the village. After the occupation of the village by the invaders, first Kefer Kana, then moved to Arrabetul-Butuf. After staying there for two months, he emigrated to Lebanon ...

Ichinobe-no Oshiwa

Ichinobe-no Oshiwa was the eldest son of Japanese Emperor Richū; and he was the father of sons who would become known as Emperor Kenzō and Emperor Ninken. No firm dates can be assigned to the lives or reigns of this period, but the reign of Emper ...

Shehu Idris

Shehu Idris was a Nigerian royal. He was the 18th Fulani Emir of Zazzau and the Chairman of Zazzau Emirate Council and Kaduna State Emirate Council from 1975 until his death. He became emir 8 February 1975 following the death of Alhaji Muhammadu ...

Maria Antonia Iglesias

Maria Antonia Iglesias Gonzalez was a Spanish writer and journalist. She wrote for many newspapers and magazines such as Informaciones, Triunfo, Tiempo, Interviu and El Pais. Besides writing for magazines and newspapers, she worked on radio and t ...

Jokichi Ikarashi

Jokichi Ikarashi was a Japanese farmer and supercentenarian, and the oldest man ever from Niigata Prefecture before 31 August 2018, when Chitetsu Watanabe surpassed his age. He was at the time of his death at age 111 years, 178 days the oldest li ...

Carlotta Ikeda

Sanae Carlotta Ikeda was a Japanese butoh dancer. She started her career in the early 1960s. She first became a member of the butoh group Dairakudakan in the early 1970s. She founded the Ariadone Company, an all-female butoh dance troupe, with Ko ...

John Ilhan

John Ilhan was an Australian businessman and philanthropist. He was best known as the founder and owner of Crazy Johns, a mobile phone retail chain. He founded the company in 1991. In 2003, he was the richest Australian under the age of 40. After ...

Shams-ud-din Iltutmish

Shams-ud-din Iltutmish was the third Muslim Turkic sultan of the Sultanate of Delhi. He was the third ruler of the Mamluk dynasty. He was married to the daughter of Qutb-ud-din Aibak. He became the ruler after fighting against Qutb-ud-dins son. H ...

Sofia Imber

Sofia Imber was a Romanian-born Venezuelan journalist and philanthropist. She was known for being a supporter of the arts and for promoting contemporary art in Venezuela. She was the founder of the Contemporary Art Museum of Caracas. Imber was bo ...

Ferdinando Imposimato

Ferdinando Imposimato was an Italian magistrate. He was the Honorary President of the Supreme Court of Italy until his death. He was known for being a high-ranking prosecutor. He led the investigations of the kidnapping of Aldo Moro, Mehmet Ali A ...

Imtiaz Ali Arshi

Imtiaz Ali Arshi was an Indian researcher and scholar. He is best known for his works for Mirza Ghalib. He wrote Ghalib, Maktiba-e-Ghalib, Intikhab-e-Ghalib. He also created his own version of Ghalibs Diwan called Nuskha-e-Arshi published in 1958 ...

Infante Philip, Duke of Calabria

Prince Philip of Naples and Sicily, Duke of Calabria, Infante of Spain 13 June 1747 – 19 September 1777. At his birth he was the eldest son of King Carlo of Naples and Sicily and was the heir to the throne but never succeeded. His younger brother ...

Jorgen Ingmann

Jorgen Ingmann was a Danish musician from Copenhagen. He worked as a member of the duet, Grethe og Jorgen Ingmann, together with his wife Grethe Ingmann.

Ingrid of Sweden

Ingrid of Sweden was Queen of Denmark from 1947 until 1972 as the wife of King Frederick IX. She was also a paternal aunt of the present Swedish monarch, King Carl XVI Gustaf.

Jose Maria Iñigo

Jose Maria Iñigo Gomez was a Spanish journalist and television presenter. He was born in Bilbao. Shortly after he moved to London, from where he collaborated with different music programmes on Cadena SER. Back to Spain, he settled in Madrid, wher ...

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