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Aaron Copland

Aaron Copland Aaron Copland (born November 14, 1900 in Brooklyn, New York, † December 2, 1990 in North Tarrytown) was an American composer.

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Abaqa

Abaqa (on the white horse), depiction from the 14th century Abaqa Chan (* February 1234 in Mongolia, † April 1, 1282 in Hamadan) was the second Mongolian Ilkhan of Persia (1265-1282).

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Abdul Rahman (King)

Abdul Rahman 1937 Tuanku Abdul Rahman ibni Almarhum Tuanku Muhammad (born August 24, 1895 in Kuala Lumpur, † April 1, 1960 in Seri Menanti, Negeri Sembilan) was the first Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) of Malaysia after independence on March 31, 1960 .

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Abraham Maslow

Abraham Maslow Abraham Harold Maslow (born April 1, 1908 in Brooklyn, New York City, † June 8, 1970 in Menlo Park, California) was an American psychologist.

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Badge for blockade breakers

Front of the blockade breaker badge Back of the blockade breaker badge Illustration of the blockade breaker badge in the 57 version The '' Bremen '' was the model for the blockade breaker badge.

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Ace Harris

Asa "Ace" Harris (born April 1, 1910 in New York City, † June 11, 1964 in Chicago) was an American pianist, singer, arranger and band leader in the field of rhythm & blues and jazz.

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Eighty Years War

In the Eighty Years' War (also known as the Spanish-Dutch War) from 1568 to 1648, the Republic of the Seven United Provinces won their independence from the Spanish Crown.

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Adam Kozłowiecki

Adam Cardinal Kozłowiecki Adam Cardinal Kozłowiecki SJ (born April 1, 1911 in Huta Komorowska near Rzeszów, Poland; † September 28, 2007 in Lusaka, Zambia) was Archbishop of Lusaka.

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Aden

Street scene in Aden, 1999 Aden on a wood engraving by Daniel Meisner (1638) Port of Aden (around 1910) Historical map of the region (around 1888) Aden is the fourth largest city in Yemen with 568,704 inhabitants.

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Adolf Hitler

Portrait of Hitler in the Reich Chancellery (1938) Hitler's signature from 1940 Adolf Hitler (born April 20, 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Austria-Hungary, † April 30, 1945 in Berlin) was dictator of the German Reich from 1933 to 1945.

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Adrienne Bolland

'' 'Adrienne Bolland' '' in 1921 Adrienne Bolland (born November 25, 1895 in Arcueil, † March 18, 1975 in Paris) was a French aviator and test pilot.

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Ahmed Urabi Pasha

Ahmed Orabi, 1900 Ahmed Orabi (& lrm ;; * April 1, 1841 in the Sharkiyeh province; † September 21, 1911 in Cairo), also called Arabi Pascha, Aarabi Pascha Achmed or (Ahmad) Urabi Pascha, was an Egyptian officer and politician and 1882 leader of the Urabi movement.

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Air Ministry

The Air Ministry (German: Luft (drive) ministerium) was a British ministry, which dealt with the affairs of the Royal Air Force.

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Alain Connes

Alain Connes 2004 Alain Connes (born April 1, 1947 in Draguignan near Cannes, France) is a French mathematician and recipient of the Fields Medal.

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Alan J. Perlis

Alan "Al" Jay Perlis (born April 1, 1922 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, † February 7, 1990 in New Haven, Connecticut) was an American computer scientist who contributed significantly to computer science becoming an independent subject at American universities.

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Alan Kulwicki

Alan Kulwicki (born December 14, 1954 in Greenfield, Wisconsin, † April 1, 1993 in Blountville, Tennessee), also called Special K, was an American NASCAR racing driver.

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Albatros Flugzeugwerke

Advertisement for the companies '' Pilot '' and '' Albatroswerke '' founded by Walter Huth from 1910 Farman biplanes from the Albatroswerke Albatros MZ 2 Albatros F-2 The Albatros Flugzeugwerke GmbH at the Johannisthal airfield in Johannisthal (from 1920 Berlin, Treptow district ) developed and built aircraft for the air force of the German Army, especially during the First World War.

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Albert Anker

Albert Anker around 1900 Albert Anker in 1901 in his studio Albert Samuel Anker (born April 1, 1831 in Ins, Canton Bern, Switzerland; † July 16, 1910 there) was a Swiss painter, graphic artist and genre painter of Swiss folk life.

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Albert von Carlowitz

Albert von Carlowitz, from Carl Lutherer (between 1833 and 1845) Albert von Carlowitz (1802–1874) Albert von Carlowitz auf Naundorf (born April 1, 1802 in Freiberg; † August 9, 1874 in Niederlößnitz), pseudonym Alwin von Candia a Saxon and Prussian politician.

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Alberta Hunter

Alberta Hunter (born April 1, 1895 in Memphis, Tennessee, † October 17, 1984 in New York City, New York) was an African-American blues and jazz singer and songwriter.

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Alberto Braida

Alberto Braida (born April 1, 1966) is an Italian jazz pianist and composer.

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Albrecht III. (Austria)

Albrecht III. of Habsburg Duke Albrecht III. of Austria (* between November 18, 1349 and March 16, 1350 in the Vienna Hofburg or perhaps on September 9, 1349 or 1350; † August 28 / August 29, 1395 at Laxenburg Castle), called Albrecht with the braid, was as Albrecht VII.

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Aleutian Islands

The Aleuts (or; also: Alëuts) are a chain of islands between North America and Asia on the southern edge of the North Pacific Bering Sea.

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Alex Antor

Alex Antor (born April 1, 1979 in Narbonne, Aude) is a former Andorran ski racer.

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Alexander Aitken

Alexander Aitken Alexander Craig Aitken (born April 1, 1895 in Dunedin, New Zealand, † November 3, 1967 in Edinburgh) was a New Zealand mathematician who dealt with numerical mathematics, statistics and linear algebra.

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Alexander Brott

Alexander Brott, CM, CQ (Joël Brod, born March 14, 1915 in Montreal; † April 1, 2005 ibid) was a Canadian composer, conductor, violinist and music teacher.

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Alexander Sergeyevich Yakovlev

Cemetery of the Neujungfrauenkloster Alexander Sergejewitsch Jakowlew (scientific transliteration Aleksandr Sergeevič Jakovlev; * in Moscow; † August 22, 1989 in Moscow) was a Soviet aircraft designer and chief engineer of the OKB (experimental design office) named after him Jakowlew.

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Alfred Grünwald

Alfred Grünwald (born February 16, 1884 in Vienna, † February 25, 1951 in New York) was an Austrian operetta librettist.

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Alfred Theodor Ritter

Alfred Theodor Ritter (born April 1, 1953 in Stuttgart) is a German entrepreneur.

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Ali MacGraw

Ali MacGraw (born April 1, 1939 in Pound Ridge, New York; actually Elizabeth Alice MacGraw) is an American film actress.

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Solo flight

A solo flight is a flight in which - apart from the pilot - there is no other person on board an aircraft.

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Old Confederation

The structure of the Confederation in the 18th century The Swiss Confederation is referred to as the Old Confederation in the form it was used in the first alliances in the 13th and 14th

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At the dam des

On dam des there was one between 1.

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Amalie Sieveking

Amalie Sieveking, painting (1841) by Hans Heinrich Porth Amalie Wilhelmine Sieveking (born July 25, 1794 in Hamburg, † April 1, 1859 ibid) was one of the founders of organized diaconia in Germany.

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Amelia goes to the ball

Amelia goes to the ball (Italian: Amelia al ballo, English: Amelia goes to the ball) is a comic opera (opera buffa) in one act by Gian Carlo Menotti, who was also his own librettist.

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American zone of occupation

The American zone of occupation (also known as the Southeast Zone) was one of the four zones of occupation into which Germany, west of the Oder-Neisse Line, was divided by the Allied victorious powers in July 1945, around two months after the German surrender and the end of World War II in Europe .

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American Virgin Islands

The political division of the Virgin Islands into (west to east) Spanish Virgin Islands, US Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands The US Virgin Islands (USVI) are not incorporated outside the United States.

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Amr Zaki

Amr Zaki (born April 1, 1983 in Al-Mansura) is an Egyptian soccer player who last played for Sanica Boru Elazığspor.

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Anamaria Marinca

Anamaria Marinca (born April 1, 1978 in Iași) is a Romanian actress.

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To the

The Andes (Quechua Anti or Antis) are the longest (above sea level) mountain range on earth and the highest mountain range outside of Asia.

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André style

André Stil (born April 1, 1921 in Hergnies, † September 3, 2004 in Camélas) was a French writer.

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Andreas Achenbach

Honor painting of the painter Professor Andreas Achenbach on the occasion of his 70th birthday, by Heinrich von Angeli Andreas Achenbach, 1853, portrait in the book '' Bildnisse Düsseldorfer Künstler '' by Bernhard Höfling Andreas Achenbach, lithograph by Adolf Dauthage, 1883 Andreas Achenbach (* 29. September 1815 in Kassel; † April 1, 1910 in Düsseldorf) was a German romantic landscape painter.

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Andreas Thorkildsen

Andreas Thorkildsen at the World Championships in Helsinki 2005 Andreas Thorkildsen (born April 1, 1982 in Kristiansand) is a Norwegian javelin thrower and Olympic champion.

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Angelika Bahmann

Angelika Bahmann (born April 1, 1952 in Plauen) is a former German canoeist and current trainer.

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Anikó Nagy

Anikó Nagy (born April 1, 1970 in Sajószentpéter) is a Hungarian handball player.

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Anna Carin Zidek

Anna Carin Zidek (born Anna Carin Helena Cecilia Olofsson on April 1, 1973 in Sveg) is a former Swedish biathlete.

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Anne McCaffrey

Anne McCaffrey at the 63rd World Science Fiction Congress (Worldcon) in Glasgow in August 2005 Anne McCaffrey (born April 1, 1926 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, † November 21, 2011 in Dragonhold under the Hill, County Wicklow) was a US -american science fiction and fantasy writer.

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Annette O'Toole

Annette O'Toole (born April 1, 1952 in Houston, Texas) is an American actress and singer.

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Antoine-François Prévost

Antoine-François Prévost (1745) Antoine-François Prévost d’Exiles (born April 1, 1697 in Hesdin, Pas-de-Calais, † November 23, 1763 in Courteuil, Oise) was a French writer.

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Anton Schall (orientalist)

Anton Schall (born April 1, 1920 in Rottenburg am Neckar, † September 28, 2007 in Heidelberg) was a German orientalist.

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Anton Semjonowitsch Makarenko

Anton Semjonowitsch Makarenko Anton Semjonowitsch Makarenko (scientific transliteration Anton Semënovič Makárenko; * in Belopolje, Russian Empire; † April 1, 1939 in Golitsyno, Soviet Union) was a Soviet educator and writer.

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Anton Storch

Anton Storch (1952) Anton Valentin Storch (born April 1, 1892 in Fulda; † November 26, 1975 there) was a German politician (CDU).

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Apple

Apple Inc. is an American technology company based in Cupertino, California that develops and sells computers, smartphones and consumer electronics, as well as operating systems and application software.

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Apple I.

Motherboard of the Apple I mini The Apple I was a personal computer developed by Steve Wozniak.

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Appomattox campaign

The Appomattox Campaign (March 29 - April 9, 1865) was a series of battles during the American Civil War that resulted in the surrender of the Northern Virginia Army, the main army in the Confederate States of America.

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April Fool's Day

An April Fool's joke is the custom of misleading (“cheating”) people on April 1st with invented or falsified, mostly spectacular or fantastic stories, narratives or information and thus “fooling them”.

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Arne Andersson (athlete)

Arne Andersson (left), behind Gunder Hägg. Arne Andersson (born October 27, 1917 in Trollhättan, Västergötland; † April 1, 2009) was a Swedish athlete who was successful over the middle distance from the mid-1930s to the mid-1940s.

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Arrigo Sacchi

Arrigo Sacchi (born April 1, 1946 in Fusignano (RA), Italy) is a former Italian football player and coach.

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Arthur Koppel