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Aurelio Mosquera

Don Aurelio Mosquera Narvaez was an Ecuadorian politician, who was the President of Ecuador from December 1938 to November 1939. Mosquera was born in Quito. He studied medicine in Quito, then went to Paris to carry in with his education. In 1938, ...

Hans Motz

Hans Motz was an Austrian physicist. He worked at Stanford University on undulators. His work led to the development of the free-electron laser. He was born in Vienna, and died in Oxford, England. Hans Motz was a Full Professor in the Department ...

Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma

Admiral of the Fleet Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma, KG GCB OM GCSI GCIE GCVO DSO PC FRS, known informally as Lord Mountbatten, was a British statesman and naval officer, an uncle of Prince Philip, ...

Ali Mroudjae

Ali Mroudjae was a Comorian politician. He served as the Foreign Minister of the Comoros from 1978 to 1982. He served as the nations Prime Minister from 1982 to 1984. He was a member of the political party Comorian Union for Progress. Mroudjae di ...

Karl Muck

Karl Muck, was a German conductor. He was one of the greatest conductors of his day, especially famous for his conducting of operas by Richard Wagner.

Arabinda Muduli

Arabinda Muduli was an Indian Odia musician and singer-songwriter. Muduli was born in Khanati, Khordha District, Odisha, India. He was the student of Bhikari Bal. He sang just bhajans and turned down offers to sing commercial movie songs. Muduli ...

Robert Mugabe

Robert Gabriel Mugabe was a Zimbabwean politician. He was the President of Zimbabwe from 1987 to 2017. Before that, he was Prime Minister, the head of government, after being elected in 1980. For many years before he resigned, Mugabe ruled his co ...

Qazi Muhammad

Qazi Muhammad was the Nationalist and Religious Kurdish leader and the Head of Republic of Mahabad, the second modern Kurdish state in the Middle East. He acted as the president of the Russian backed Republic of Mahabad, in Kurdistan of Iran in 1 ...

Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis

Jamal Jafaar Mohammed Ali Ebrahimi, known by the kunya Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, was an Iraqi-Iranian military commander. He headed the Popular Mobilisation Committee. He was the commander of the Kataib Hezbollah militia. He was accused of being a t ...

Pranab Mukherjee

Pranab Mukherjee was an Indian politician. He was the 13th President of India serving from 2012 through 2017. He was a member of the Indian National Congress.

Naomi Munakata

Naomi Munakata was a Japanese-born Brazilian conductor. Munakata was born in Hiroshima, Japan, and her parents emigrated to Brazil when she was very young. Her work was set in the city of São Paulo. She was director of the Municipal School of Mus ...

Robert Mundell

Robert Alexander Mundell, CC was a Canadian economist. He was a professor of economics at Columbia University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Mundell was also known for the Mundell–Fleming model and Mundell–Tobin effect. He received the ...

Munich air disaster

The Munich air disaster occurred on 6 February 1958 when British European Airways Flight 609 crashed on its third attempt to take off from a slush-covered runway at Munich-Riem Airport, West Germany. On the plane was the Manchester United footbal ...

Munmu of Silla

Munmu of Silla was the 30th king of Silla, ruling from 661 to 681. His family name was Kim, while his surname was Beopmin. Munmu was the first monarch to unify southern Korea. The Korean people usually call him Munmu the Great. He was the son of ...

Murasaki Shikibu

In this Japanese name, the family name is Murasaki. Murasaki Shikibu was a novelist, poet, and servant of the Imperial Court during the Heian period of Japan. She is well known as the author of The Tale of Genji, written around year 1003. Murasak ...

Murder of Faisal Abedin Deepan

Faisal Abedin Deepan was a Bangladeshi book publisher of the Jagriti Prokashoni publishing house. He was hacked to death inside his house in Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital. Deepan was a secular book publisher who printed writing that discussed to ...

Iris Murdoch

Dame Jean Iris Murdoch DBE was an Irish-born British author, known professionally as Iris Murdoch. Her novels were about good and evil, sexual relationships and the power of the unconscious. Her first book, Under the Net, was released in 1954 and ...

Paul Murphy (Australian journalist)

Paul Murphy was an Australian political journalist and radio and television presenter. He presented the ABCs afternoon radio current affairs program PM from 1983 to 1993. Murphy was a regular guest on This Sporting Life. He was the first host of ...

Tom Murphy (playwright)

Tom Murphy was an Irish playwright. He worked closely with the Abbey Theatre in Dublin and with Druid Theatre, Galway. He was born in County Galway, Ireland and later lived in Dublin. Murphys first successful play, A Whistle in the Dark, was perf ...

Cormac Murphy-OConnor

Cormac Murphy-OConnor was a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, Archbishop of Westminster and President of the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales. He was created a cardinal by Pope John Paul II in 2001. He submitted his resignati ...

Alan Murray (golfer)

Alan Albert Murray was an Australian professional golfer. He was born in Sydney, New South Wales. He played golf around the world and won 76 tournaments. Notable wins by Murray include the 1962 French Open, the 1961 Australian PGA Championship an ...

Les Murray (broadcaster)

Les James Murray AM was a Hungarian-Australian sports journalist, soccer broadcaster and analyst. He was born in Budapest. He was the host of The World Game on SBS television. He retired in July 2014. He has been inducted into the FFAs Football H ...

Ignace Murwanashyaka

Ignace Murwanashyaka was a Rwandan rebel leader. He was born in Butare. He was a founding member of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda. It was formed in 2000 and is an ethnic Hutu rebel group. Many of the FDLR members had a part i ...

Na.Muthukumar

Nagarajan Muthukumar was an Tamil poet, lyricist, and author. He was born in Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India. Muthukumar was best known for his Tamil language movie songs. He received the most number of Filmfare Awards for Best Lyricist in Tamil a ...

Eadweard Muybridge

Eadweard Muybridge was an English pioneer in photographing motion and in motion picture projection. Muybridge was of partial Dutch descent. In his earlier years in San Francisco, Muybridge became known for his landscape photography, particularly ...

Hasyim Muzadi

Achmad Hasyim Muzadi was an Indonesian Islamic scholar, and cleric. He served as the fourth Chairman of Nahdlatul Ulama, the largest Islamic organization in Indonesia, from 1999 to 2010. He was the founder and director of the Al-Hikam Islamic boa ...

David Mwiraria

David Mwiraria was a Kenyan politician. He served as the Minister for Environment and Natural Resources and Finance Minister of Kenya until December 2007 when Kenya held its General Elections. He ran for re election on a Party of National Unity t ...

John Myers (radio executive)

John Myers was a British radio executive, consultant and presenter. He was born in Carlisle, Cumbria. He was chairman of the UK Radio Academy Awards and the Commercial Radio Awards, as well as the owner of Myers Media. He was the chief executive ...

Hla Myint

Hla Myint was a Burmese economist. He was known as one of the pioneers of development of welfare economics. He worked on the importance of export-orientation as the most useful "engine of growth". He was born in Bassein, Irrawaddy Division, Briti ...

Jan Myrdal

His best known works were Report from a Chinese Village 1963, Confessions of a Disloyal European 1968, Angkor: An Essay on Art and Imperialism 1970, Albania Defiant 1970, Carpets from China, Xinjiang & Tibet 1979, India Waits 1980, Return to a Ch ...

Na Hye-sok

Na Hye-sok was a Korean independence activist and artist, poet, novelist, and feminist activist. She was a famous woman among early 20th century oil painters. Her nickname was Jeongwol.

Nadeem-Shravan

Nadeem-Shravan are a music director duo of Bollywood, a movie industry in India. The duo is made of Nadeem Saifi and Shravan Rathod. They started their career in the late 80s. Their first big success came in 1990 with the musical film Aashiqui. S ...

Nepal Nag

Nepal Nag was a Bengali politician, activist and a leader of Communist Party. He was involved in Indian independence movement and Bengali language movement.

Jamal Naji

Jamal Naji was a Palestinian-born Jordanian author. He was born in Aqbat Jaber in the West Bank. He moved to Jordan in 1967. Naji published his first novel The Road to Balharith in 1981-82. He written several more novels as well as short story co ...

Yasuhiro Nakasone

Yasuhiro Nakasone was a Japanese politician. He was Prime Minister of Japan from 27 November 1982 to 6 November 1987. Nakasone was a friend of Brian Mulroney, Ronald Reagan, Helmut Kohl, François Mitterrand, Margaret Thatcher, and Mikhail Gorbach ...

Pavel Nakhimov

Pavel Stepanovich Nakhimov was a Russian admiral. He was one of the most famous admirals in Russian naval history. In 1826, Nakhimov served on the crew of the 74-gun warship" Azov”, commanded by Mikhail Lazarev. One year after, on October 20 1827 ...

Albert Namatjira

Albert Namatjira, born Elea Namatjira, was an Indigenous Australian artist. He is one of Australias most well-known painters. He is best known for his watercolour paintings of the Australian outback landscape. His works were not in the traditiona ...

K. S. S. Nambooripad

K. S. S. Nambooripad was an Indian mathematician. His works were related to the structure theory of regular semigroups. Nambooripad was also important in popularising the TeX software in India. He helped create the free software movement in India ...

Lennox Napier

Major-General Lennox Alexander Hawkins Napier was a British Army officer. Napier was commissioned into the South Wales Borderers in 1946. He was honored with the Military Cross in December 1957 during the Malayan Emergency. He became commanding o ...

Alberto Naranjo

Alberto Naranjo was a Venezuelan jazz musician and composer. In 1992, he was nominated for a Grammy Award. Naranjo made arrangements for the groups Conexion Latina, Guaco and Mango; pop-artists like Ilan Chester, Simon Diaz, Oscar DLeon, Ricardo ...

Sulagitti Narasamma

Sulagitti Narasamma was an Indian midwife. She was from the Pavagada village, in Tumkur district of Karnataka state. She performed more than 15.000 traditional deliveries over a 70-year period of service with no medical facilities and no medical ...

P. Lakshmi Narasu

Pokala Lakshmi Narasu, sometimes known as P. L. Narasu or P. Lakshmi Narasu, was an Indian scholar, author, social reformer and Buddhist philosopher. He was a professor of Physics. His research papers have been published in science journals. He w ...

Nash the Slash

Jeff Plewman, better known by his stage name Nash the Slash, was a Canadian singer-songwriter and musician. He was best known for being the founding member of the progressive rock band FM and performing with British musician Gary Numan. He was al ...

Royston Nash

Royston Hulbert Nash was an English conductor. He was best known as a music director of the DOyly Carte Opera Company and, later, as the conductor of the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra. Nash was born in Southampton, England. His career as a conducto ...

Mohammed Nasim

Mohammed Nasim was a Bangladeshi Awami League politician. Nasim was born in the Sirajganj District in Bangladesh. He was the Minister of Health and Family Welfare from 2014 to 2019. He was Minister of Home Affairs from 1996 to 2001. He has been a ...

Nasir Khusraw

Abu Mo’in Hamid al-Din Nasir ibn Khusraw Qubadiani Marvzi, also known as Nāsir Khusraw Qubādiyānī Balkhi or Nasir Khusraw Balkhi was a Persian poet. He was born in a village near Balkh in modern Afghanistan. He knew about science, medicine, mathe ...

Vann Nath

Vann Nath was a Cambodian artist, writer and human rights activist. He was born in Battambang Province in northwestern Cambodia. By age 14 or 15, he was working at factory jobs for very small amounts of money. Nath was a monk from the age of 17 t ...

Jules and Gedeon Naudet

Jules Clement Naudet and Thomas Gedeon Naudet are French directors, screenwriters and producers. The brothers, residents of the United States since 1989, were in New York City at the time of the September 11 attacks. Jules captured footage of the ...

Joaquin Navarro-Valls

Joaquin Navarro-Valls, M.D. was a Spanish journalist, physician and academic. He served as the Director of the Holy See Press Office from 1984 to 2006. He was born in Cartagena, Spain. His role as the press liaison between the Vatican and the wor ...

Yitzhak Navon

Yitzhak Navon was an Israeli politician, diplomat and author. He was the fifth President of Israel between 1978 and 1983. He was the first Israeli president to be born in Jerusalem and not Russia. In 2005, he was voted the 108th-greatest Israeli ...

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