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1913 – Born on the 7th of December in Goteborg, Sweden. 1939 – Studied law at the University of Stockholm and later at the University of Uppsala. 1940 – The Swedish foreign ministry offered him a trainee position at the Swedish legation in Berlin, which he began in January. 1941 – He returned to Stockholm, ..

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1993 – 1997 – United Nations Under Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations. 1997 – 2007 – Secretary-General of the United Nations [UN]. 2001 – Won the Nobel Prize in Peace in conjunction with the United Nations. 2006 – Second 5 year term as UN Secretary-General ends on the 31st of December. 2007 – On the 1st of ..

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1908 – Born on March 13th in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. American publisher and philanthropist, used his wealth to promote conservative political causes and to support education and the arts. 1944-1953 – He founded Seventeen magazine and the immensely successful TV Guide. 1957 – Purchased The Philadelphia Daily News. 1969 – A prominent Republican, he served as ..

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393 BC – He was sent to Tiribazus, Persian satrap of Sardis, to undermine the friendly relations then existing between Athens and Persia, offering to recognize Persian claims to the whole of Asia Minor and supremacy over Greek cities there. 388 BC – Antalcidas, then commander of the navy went to the active assistance of ..

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397 BC – Antipater was born. 342 BC – When the Athenians tried to assume control of the Euboean towns and expel the pro-Macedonian rulers, he sent Macedonian troops to stop them. 337 BC – Antipater was sent as ambassador to Athens to negotiate a peace treaty and return the bones of the Athenians who ..

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1844 – Born on the 3rd of March in Sanyo, Onoda, Japan. 1868 – He studied western science and medicine (rangaku) at the clan school Meirinkan in Hagi, and in Nagasaki, he was then sent by ChMshk domain to Germany to study western law. 1873 – He returned after the Meiji Restoration, and entered the ..

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1909 – Born on May 26th in Adair, Iowa. American diplomat, the first woman to serve in the post of U.S. ambassador. 1926-1930 – Eugenie Moore attended Stephens College (Columbia, Missouri), Simpson College (Indianola, Iowa), and Carleton College (Northfield, Minnesota).          – Married to John Pierce Anderson. 1949 – Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Denmark. ..

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1823 – Born in Košice on the 3rd of March. 1846 – He attracted attention by his bitter articles against the government in Kossuth’s paper, the Pesti Hírlap. 1848 – He returned as one of the Radical candidates to the diet, where his generous, impulsive nature made him one of the most thorough-going of the ..

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1860 – Born on the 30th of June. 1892 – Andrássy became under-secretary in the Wekerle ministry. 1893 – He became minister of education. 1894-1895 – In June, he was appointed minister in attendance on the king, retiring with Wekerle. 1898 – He left the Liberal party, but returned to it again after the fall ..

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1923 – Almeyda was born in Santiago, Chile on the 11th of February. 1952-1953 – Became Minister of Labor of Chile. 1953-1961 – Became Minister of Mining of Chile. 1970-1973 – Became Minister of Foreign Affairs of Chile under President Salvador Allende. 1973 – Became Minister of Defense of Chile. 1975 – He was exiled ..

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