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Constantine Mitsotakis

Constantine Mitsotakis or Konstantinos Mitsotakis was a Greek politician. He is the former Prime Minister of Greece from 11 April 1990 through 13 October 1993. He was born in Chania, Crete, to a political family: his father and grandfathers were ...

Miucha

Heloisa Maria Buarque de Hollanda, also known as Miucha, was a Brazilian singer and composer. She was born in Rio de Janeiro. In 1960 she moved to Paris where she studied Art History at the Ecole du Louvre. In 1975 she made her first professional ...

Shumon Miura

In 1951, Miura published his first book. He then married fellow Third Generation writer Ayako Sono in 1953. With her, he wrote many books about Catholicism and religion. Miura began teaching at Nihon University in 1967, the same year he was award ...

Shigeru Mizuki

Shigeru Mizuki was a Japanese manga artist. He was born in Sakaiminato, Tottori. Mizuki was mostly known for his Japanese horror manga GeGeGe no Kitarō. Mizuki died from a heart attack in Tokyo, Japan, aged 93.

Wojciech Mlynarski

Wojciech Mlynarski was a Polish poet, singer-songwriter, and translator. He was a well-known figure on the Polish musical scene. He was most famous for his ballads and what is known as sung poetry, as well as for his collaboration with numerous v ...

Zoran Modli

Zoran Modli was a Serbian journalist, radio disc jockey and aviator. He was one of the most popular Yugoslav radio personalities. Beginning in the early 1980s, he hosted Ventilator 202. He also hosted Modulacije, in the 1990s, and ZAIR starting i ...

Bill Moggridge

William Moggridge, was a British industrial designer and co-founder of the Silicon Valley-based design firm IDEO. He helped design what was arguably the first laptop computer, the GRiD Compass. He was in favour of user-centered design process in ...

Mohammed Zahir Shah

Mohammed Zahir Shah was the last King of Afghanistan. He ruled for four decades, from 1933 to 1973. Mohammed Zahir Shah became king of Afghanistan at the age of nineteen after the assassination of his father in November 1933. Since he was so youn ...

Khaled Mohieddin

Khaled Mohieddine was an Egyptian Communist politician and a major in the Egyptian Army. He fought in the Egyptian Revolution of 1952, which overthrew the monarchy under King Farouk. Mohieddine held important roles throughout Gamal Abdel Nassers ...

Daniel arap Moi

Daniel Toroitich arap Moi was a Kenyan politician. He served as the 2nd President of Kenya from 1978 to 2002. He also served as the countrys 3rd Vice President from 1967 to 1978. Moi was popularly known to Kenyans as "Nyayo", a Swahili word for " ...

Sibghatullah Mojaddedi

Sibghatullah Mojaddedi was a Afghan politician. He served as Interim President after the fall of Mohammad Najibullahs government in April 1992. He was also the founder of the Afghan National Liberation Front. He served as the chairman of the 2003 ...

Frans Molenaar

Frans Molenaar was a Dutch fashion designer. He studied to become a tailor in Amsterdam from 1955–1958. After his studies he did an internship with Charles Montaigne in Paris from 1959–1960 and worked for Gerard Pipart at Nina Ricci also in Paris ...

Edna Molewa

Bomo Edith Edna Molewa was a South African politician. She was born in Bela-Bela, South Africa. From 2004 to 2009, she was Premier of North West Province. Molewa member of the African National Congress. Molewa became the Minister of Water and Env ...

Luis de Molina

Luis de Molina was a Spanish Jesuit and writer. At the age of eighteen Molina became a member of the Society of Jesus. He studied theology at Coimbra. After this, he became professor in the university of Evora, Portugal. From this post he was cal ...

Mario J. Molina

Mario J. Molina was a Mexican chemist who won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1995. This was because, in the 1970s, he was one of the scientists who discovered that there was a hole in the ozone layer in the Earths atmosphere. He is the first Mexic ...

Roger Pinto Molina

Roger Pinto Molina was a Bolivian right-wing politician. Pinto was born in Santa Rosa, Beni. He was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1997, from the single-member constituency 67 in Pando as a Nationalist Democratic Action candidate. In 2005, ...

Jurgen Mollemann

Jurgen Wilhelm Mollemann was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party. He served as Minister of State at the Foreign Office 1982–1987, as Federal Minister of Education and Research 1987–1991, as Federal Minister of Economics 1991–1993. He ...

Vyacheslav Molotov

Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Molotov was a Soviet politician and diplomat. He was a leading figure in the Soviet government from the 1920s, when he came to power. He was a protege of Joseph Stalin until the 1950s, when Nikita Khrushchev dismissed him ...

Hans Mommsen

Hans Mommsen was a German historian. He was the twin brother of historian Wolfgang Mommsen. Mommsen was known for his studies in German social history, and for his opinions of the Third Reich. He argued that Hitler was a "weak dictator". He also ...

Momoko Sakura

Momoko Sakura is a Japanese cartoonist, essayist, songwriter, and screenwriter. Sakura is famous for writing the manga series Chibi Maruko-chan in which the protagonist has the same name as her, and in which the story is based on her childhood. S ...

Helene Monastier

Helene Monastier was a Swiss teacher. She was a well-known person of the Christian Socialists, the International Civil Service and the Religious Society of Friends in French-speaking Switzerland.

Monkey Punch

Kazuhiko Katō, better known by his pen name Monkey Punch, was a Japanese manga artist, writer and professor. He was best known for his series Lupin III. The series was first published between 1967 and 1969. In April 2005, he became the professor ...

Egil Monn-Iversen

Egil Monn-Iversen was a Norwegian composer, pianist and businessman. He was born in Oslo. He was one of the most influential modern composers in Norway. He has had many important roles in Norwegian music, movie, opera, television, comedy and thea ...

Jacques Monod

Jacques Lucien Monod was a French biologist. He won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1965 for his discoveries about the genetic control of enzyme and virus synthesis which he shared with François Jacob and Andre Lwoff. Monods best-kno ...

Jacques Monory

Jacques Monory was a French painter and filmmaker. Monory was first exhibited at the Drouant-David Gallery in Paris in 1952. During the 1960s, he became one of the leading figures of the European movement of Pop Art. In 1968, he directed the infl ...

Edward Douglas-Scott-Montagu, 3rd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu

Edward John Barrington Douglas-Scott-Montagu, 3rd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu was a British Conservative politician. He was best known for founding the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, Hampshire. Montagu, who was bisexual, was also known for bein ...

Maria Montessori

Maria Montessori was an Italian educator and doctor. She was born on 31 August 1870 in Chiaravalle, Italy. Maria Montessori created the first Montessori school. It was a method of education which respected the natural development of the child. It ...

Moctezuma II

Moctezuma II, also known as Motecuhzoma Xocoyotzin and often called Montezuma in English, was the Aztec emperor from 1502 to 1520. His name comes from the Nahuatl Motecuhzoma, it means "he who is leader because of his fury". In Spanish, he is cal ...

Moon Deoksu

Moon Deoksu, was an early-modern Korean poet. He was born in Haman South Gyeongsang Province, Korea. He was Dean of the College of Education at Jeju University. He was President of the Poetry Second of the Korean Literature Association; President ...

Keith Moon

Keith John Moon was an English drummer best known as being a member of the rock band The Who. He was famous for his frantic drumming style, his use of fills, his destructive, volatile behavior and his heavy drinking that help earn him the nicknam ...

John Moore, Baron Moore of Lower Marsh

John Edward Michael Moore, Baron Moore of Lower Marsh was a British politician. He was a member of the Conservative Party. He was a Member of Parliament for Croydon Central between 1974 and 1992. He held a number of political roles in the Thatche ...

Mike Moore

Michael Kenneth Moore was a New Zealand politician, union organiser and author. He was a member of the Labour Party. In 1990, he notably served as Minister of Foreign Affairs, and was Prime Minister for 59 days. Following Labours defeat in the 19 ...

Newton Moore

Sir Newton James Moore was the 8th Premier of Western Australia from 7 May 1906 until 16 September 1910. He became the premier when Rason resigned. He resigned as premier in 1910 and moved to London to become agent-general for Western Australia. ...

Captain Tom Moore

Captain Sir Thomas Moore, informally known as Captain Tom, was a former British Army officer. He was known for his philanthropic work. Moore was in India and the Burma campaign during the Second World War. He later became an instructor in armoure ...

Christopher Morahan

Christopher Thomas Morahan CBE was an English stage and television director and production executive. From 1972 to 1976, he was the Head of Plays for BBC Television, a department responsible for such series as Play for Today. Morahan joined the N ...

Clodomir Santos de Morais

Clodomir Santos de Morais, PhD, was a Brazilian sociologist. He worked with the Organization Workshop and the associated Activity-based Large Group Capacitation Method. In the 1940s and 1950s de Morais worked as a trade unionist and a journalist. ...

Gonzalo Morales Saurez

Gonzalo Morales Saurez was a Costa Rican painter. He studied in The San Fernando Academy in Madrid, Spain from 1970 to 1974. He was best known for his hyper-realistic works. He exhibited his art in many museums and art galleries in Europe and the ...

Kornel Morawiecki

Kornel Andrzej Morawiecki was a Polish politician and theoretical physicist. He was born in Warsaw. Morawiecki was the founder and leader of Fighting Solidarity. He was also a member of the 8th legislature of the Sejm, of which was also the Senio ...

Shmuel Moreh

Shmuel Moreh was a professor of Arabic Language and Literature at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He was awarded the Israel Prize in Middle Eastern studies in 1999. He was born in Baghdad, Iraq. In addition to having written many books and ar ...

Wilson Moreira

Wilson Moreira was a Brazilian sambista singer-songwriter. He was especially known for his melody lines. He was born in the neighborhood of Realengo, in Rio de Janeiro. Moreira was known for his works with Nei Lopes. One of their greatest hits is ...

Rafael Moreno Valle Rosas

Rafael Moreno Valle Rosas was a Mexican politician. He was a member of PAN. He was the Governor of Puebla from February 2011 through January 2017. Moreno Valle also was a Deputy of the LIX Legislature of the Mexican Congress representing Puebla a ...

Gabriel Garcia Moreno

Gabriel Gregorio Fernando Jose Maria Garcia y Moreno y Moran de Buitron was an Ecuadorian politician who twice served as President of Ecuador and was assassinated during his second term, after being elected to a third. He is known for his conserv ...

Maria de los Angeles Moreno

Maria de los Angeles Moreno Uriegas was a Mexican politician. She was a member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party. She also served as Mexicos first female party president. She served as Secretary of Fisheries in the cabinet of President Car ...

Mariano Mores

Mariano Martinez, better known as Mariano Mores, was a famous Argentine tango composer, pianist and conductor. He was born in Buenos Aires. Together with Enrique Santos Discepolo, he authored such classics as Uno 1943, Sin palabras 1946 and Cafet ...

Henry Morgentaler

Heniek "Henry" Morgentaler, CM, was a Polish-born Canadian physician and pro-choice activist who fought many legal battles about expanding abortion rights in Canada. When he was young during World War II, Morgentaler was imprisoned at the Lodz Gh ...

Aldo Moro

Aldo Moro was an Italian politician who was the 38th Prime Minister of Italy from December 4, 1963 through June 24, 1968. He was also the Italian Minister of Justice, the Italian Minister of Education, and the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs. ...

Ennio Morricone

Ennio Morricone was an Italian classical composer famous for making movie scores. He composed the scores for more than 500 movies and television programs. He is well known for composing the scores to Western movies, particularly Spaghetti Western ...

John G. Morris

John Godfrey Morris was an American picture editor and an important figure in the history of photojournalism. He was born in Maple Shade, New Jersey. He worked for the weekly picture magazine Life throughout World War II. Morris died on 28 July 2 ...

Mohamed Morsi

Mohamed Morsi was an Egyptian politician. With the support of the Muslim Brotherhood he became the fifth President of Egypt on 30 June 2012. On 3 July 2012, the Egyptian defense minister Abdul Fatah Khalil Al-Sisi declared that Morsi would no lon ...

Lars Mortimer

Lars Mortimer was a Swedish cartoonist and comics artist. He was the creator and writer of the comic strip Halge. He made the comic strip from September 1991 until his death in August 2014. From 2001, Halge got a section in a newspaper and was re ...

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