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Henri Termeer

Henri A. Termeer was an American biotechnology executive and entrepreneur. He was called a pioneer in corporate strategy in the biotechnology industry for his tenure as CEO at Genzyme. Termeer created a business model created by many others in th ...

Eugene TerreBlanche

Eugene Ney TerreBlanche was a Boer-Afrikaner who founded the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging. He was born in Ventersdorp, South Africa. During the apartheid regime, and afterwards, he fought for Afrikaner separatism. He had convictions for illegally ...

Osamu Tezuka

In this Japanese name, the family name is Tezuka. Osamu Tezuka was a famous Japanese cartoonist, manga artist, animator, producer and Doctor of Medicine, although he never practiced medicine. He was born in Osaka Prefecture. He created Astro Boy, ...

Anna Maria Thelott

Anna Maria Thelott, was a Swedish artist. She was one of the first professional female artists in Sweden and also in Scandinavia. She was an engraver, an illustrator, a woodcut-artist, and a miniaturist.

Theodosius I

Flavius Theodosius, also called Theodosius I and Theodosius the Great, was Roman Emperor from 379-395. He reunited the Eastern and Western Roman Empire, but was the last emperor of both parts of the empire. After his death, the two parts split pe ...

Theophrastus

Theophrastus, a Greek native of Eresos in Lesbos, was the successor to Aristotle in the Peripatetic school. He came to Athens at a young age and studied in Platos school. After Platos death, he attached himself to Aristotle. Aristotle bequeathed ...

Marie Therese of France

Marie Therese of France, Madame Royale, was the eldest child of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. After her marriage to her cousin, Louis Antoine, Duke of Angoulême, the eldest son of the future Charles X, she was known as the Duchess of Angoulême. ...

Wilfred Thesiger

Wilfred Thesiger was born in Addis Ababa where his father was an advisor to the Ethiopian emperor. He went to school and university in England but he always dreamed of travel. He didnt make many friends when he studied in England. During his firs ...

Habib Thiam

Habib Thiam was a Senegalese politician. He served as Prime Minister of Senegal on two occasions, from 1 January 1981 to 3 April 1983, and again from 8 April 1991 until 3 July 1998. He was born in Dakar, Senegal. He also served as President of th ...

Colin Thiele

Colin Milton Thiele AC was an Australian author and educator. He had over 100 published works. He was known for his childrens books. His most famous works were Storm Boy, Blue Fin, the Sun on the Stubble series and February Dragon. Storm Boy was ...

Adolphe Thiers

Marie Joseph Louis Adolphe Thiers was a French politician and historian. He was the second elected President of France, and the first President of the French Third Republic.

Leslie Thomas

Leslie Thomas, OBE was a Welsh journalist and author. His best known works where his comic novels The Virgin Soldiers and Dangerous Davies, the Last Detective. The Virgin Soldiers was made into a movie in 1969 and a sequel in 1977, while Dangerou ...

Oldfield Thomas

Michael Rogers Oldfield Thomas FRS was a British zoologist. Thomas worked at the Natural History Museum in their mammals department. He described about 2.000 new species and sub-species for the first time. He was given a job in the Museum Secreta ...

Ray Thomas

Raymond "Ray" Thomas was an English musician. He was best known as a flautist, singer and composer in the rock band, The Moody Blues.

Lincoln Thompson

Lincoln Thompson was a Jamaican reggae musician, songwriter and Rastafarian. He spent 2 years in the Tartans as a teenager before working under Coxsone Dodd in the early 1970s. In 1974 he released his first record, Humanity. The album had popular ...

Lorraine Thomson

Lorraine Thomson was a Canadian dancer, television host, television producer and one of the co-founders, with Pierre Berton, of the ACTRA Awards. She was the first dancer hired by the CBC for their first televised variety show, The Big Revue. She ...

Storm Thorgerson

Storm Elvin Thorgerson was an English graphic designer who worked with music bands such as Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd. Thorgerson was born on 28 February 1944 in Potters Bar, Middlesex, England. He died from cancer in England on 18 April 2013 at ...

Thucydides

Thucydides was an ancient Greek historian best remembered for his work on the Peloponnesian War. He was the son of Olorus.

General Tom Thumb

General Tom Thumb was an American entertainer. He was a four year old child when P. T. Barnum introduced him to show biz. The boy created a sensation at Barnums American Museum in New York City. He toured Europe, appeared before royals, and retur ...

Kevin Tierney

Kevin Tierney was an Irish-Canadian movie producer and screenwriter. He co-wrote and produced the most popular Canadian movies at the Canadian box-office, Bon Cop, Bad Cop, for which he earned a Genie Award for Best Motion Picture in 2007. He was ...

Sulejman Tihic

Sulejman Tihic was a Bosnian politician. He was a leading member of Party of Democratic Action. He was chairman of the House of Peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 14 November 2007 to 14 July 2008. Tihic was born in the town of Bosanski Samac ...

Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Bal Gangadhar Tilak was a leader of nationalism, teacher, and an Independence activist in British-ruled India. He was also conferred with the title of "Lokmanya", which means "accepted by the people ". Mahatma Gandhi called him "The Maker of Mode ...

Gert Timmerman

Gerrit "Gert" Timmerman was a Dutch singer and musician from the Province of Overijssel. He was a baritone, and played the saxophone, the clarinet, the keyboard and the double bass. His best known hits were "Nimm deine weiSe Gitarre" 1963, "Ik he ...

Bùi Tin

Bùi Tin was a Vietnamese dissident and Peoples Army of Vietnam colonel. He became active during the August Revolution in 1945. He later joined the Viet Minh along with Chairman Hồ Chi Minh and General Võ Nguyên Giap. During at least one such occa ...

Leo Tindemans

Leonard Clemence Leo Tindemans oˑ ˈtɪndəmɑns") was a Belgian politician. Tindemans was the 43rd Prime Minister of Belgium. He was also mayor of Edegem. He was born in Zwijndrecht on 16 April 1922. Tindemans died on 26 December 2014 in Edegem, Ant ...

Prem Tinsulanonda

General Prem Tinsulanonda was a Thai retired military officer. He was Prime Minister of Thailand from March 3, 1980 to August 4, 1988. He was the Regent of Thailand and the Head of the Privy Council. Tinsulanonda died on May 26, 2019 from heart f ...

Vishwesha Teertha

Sri Vishwesha Tirtharu Kannada: ಶ್ರೀ ಶ್ರೀ ೧೦೦೮ ಶ್ರೀ ವಿಶ್ವೇಶತೀರ್ಥ ಶ್ರೀಪಾದಂಗಳವರು) was an Indian Hindu guru. He was the Swamiji of the Sri Pejavara Adokshaja Matha, one of the Ashta Mathas belonging to the Dvaita school of philosophy, founded by Sri ...

Chriet Titulaer

Chriet Titulaer was a Dutch astronomer, former television presenter and popular science and technology writer. He lived in Houten, Utrecht province. He was born in Hout-Blerick, Venlo, Limburg province. In 1983 Titulaer began his own television p ...

Dalip Kaur Tiwana

Dalip Kaur Tiwana was an Indian novelist and short-story writer. She wrote about contemporary Punjabi literature. She won awards, both regional and national, and was a widely translated author. In 1963, she joined the Punjabi University, Patiala ...

N. D. Tiwari

Narayan Datt Tiwari was an Indian politician. He was the only Indian politician to be chief minister of two different Indian states. He was formerly in Praja Socialist Party and later joined Indian National Congress. He was Chief Minister of Utta ...

Tzvetan Todorov

Tzvetan Todorov was a Bulgarian-French historian, philosopher, structuralist literary critic, sociologist and essayist. He was the author of many books and essays, which have had a significant influence in anthropology, sociology, semiotics, lite ...

Pyotr Todorovsky

Pyotr Yefimovich Todorovsky was a Ukrainian-Russian movie director, screenwriter and cinematographer of Jewish origin. His son Valery Todorovsky is also a movie director. Todorovsky was born on 26 August 1925 in Bobrynets, Ukraine. He was raised ...

Karl Toft

Karl Richard Toft was a convicted Canadian sex offender and pedophile. He was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick. He committed an estimated 200 sexual assaults while working as a guard at the Kingsclear Youth Training Centre in Kingsclear, New Br ...

Hideki Tōjō

Hideki Tōjō was a leader of Japan during most of World War 2. Hideki Tōjō was born on 30 December 1884 in Tokyo, Japan. He was the third son of a lieutenant general in the Imperial Japanese Army named Hidenori Tōjō. Tōjō had two older brothers bu ...

Tokitenkū Yoshiaki

Tokitenkū Yoshiaki was a Mongolian sumo wrestler. He made his professional debut in 2002. He reached the top makuuchi division just two years later. The highest rank he reached was komusubi. He held this three separate times, but never for more t ...

Tokugawa Yoshimune

In this Japanese name, the family name is Tokugawa. Tokugawa Yoshimune was a Japanese shogun of the Edo period. His ruled started in 1716 and ended in 1745.

Tokugawa Ieyasu

In this Japanese name, the family name is Tokugawa. Tokugawa Ieyasu was a Japanese shogun of the Edo period. His ruled started in 1603 and ended in 1605. He is one of the most famous military commanders in Japan.

Antonio Toledo Corro

Antonio Toledo Corro was a Mexican politician. He was a member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party. Toledo Corro was born in Escuinapa de Hidalgo. He served as mayor of Mazatlan from 1959 to 1962. He was Secretary of the Agrarian Reform of M ...

Francisco Toledo

Francisco Benjamin Lopez Toledo was a Mexican painter, sculptor, and graphic artist. He was born in Juchitan, Oaxaca, Mexico. In 2005, Toledo was awarded Right Livelihood Award. Toledo worked in many media, including pottery, sculpture, weaving, ...

Litokwa Tomeing

Iroij Litokwa Tomeing was a Marshallese politician. He was the President of the Marshall Islands from January 2008 until October 2009. Tomeing died on 12 October 2020 in Springdale, Arkansas, two days before his 81st birthday.

Toms (cartoonist)

V. T. Thomas, also known as Toms, was an Indian cartoonist. He was born in from Kuttanad, India. He was as the creator of the cartoon characters Boban and Molly. He joined Malayala Manaorama, a popular daily in Kerala, in 1961. Toms died in Keral ...

Tong Dizhou

Tong Dizhou was a Chinese embryologist remembered for his work in cloning. He was the former vice president of Chinese Academy of Science

David Tonkin

Dr David Oliver Tonkin AO was the 38th Premier of South Australia, from 18 September 1979 to 10 November 1982. He was elected to the South Australian parliament in the 1970 election. He became the states leader of the Liberal Party in 1975. His p ...

John Tonkin

John Trezise Tonkin was the 20th Premier of Western Australia from 3 March 1971 to 8 April 1974. He was from the Labor Party. He was born in Boulder City in 1902. Educated in local schools Tonkin became a teacher in rural Western Australia. An ac ...

Kåre Tonnesson

Kåre Dorenfeldt Tonnesson was a Norwegian historian and professor at the University of Oslo. He was born in Ski, Norway.

Jan van Toorn

Jan van Toorn was a Dutch graphic designer. Van Toorn began working in a printing house in Amsterdam. He made calendars for Mart.Spruijt in Amsterdam and posters and catalogs for the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven. In the 1980s, van Toorn became an ...

Rafael Torija de la Fuente

Rafael Torija de la Fuente was a Spanish Roman Catholic bishop. He was born in Noez, Spain. Torija de la Fuente was ordained to the priesthood in 1952. He was titular bishop of Ursona and auxiliary bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Santande ...

Veljo Tormis

Veljo Tormis was an Estonian composer. He was called as one of the greatest living choral composers and one of the most important composers of the 20th century in Estonia. Internationally, he is known from his extensive body of choral music, whic ...

Andre Tosel

Andre Tosel was a French Marxist philosopher and academic administrator. He was the author of several books about Marxism and Marxist theorists. Tosel taught Philosophy at the University of Franche-Comte and Pantheon-Sorbonne University until he ...

Peter Tosh

Peter Tosh was a Jamaican reggae musican. He was a member of the Wailers with Bob Marley and Bunny Livingston. He was a Rastafarian and sang very political songs. His songs were a lot more radical than his friend, Bob Marleys, whom he often criti ...

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