Horoscopes with Neptune in Cancer
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Biography of Mariana Dragescu (excerpt)
Marie Ana Aurelia (Mariana) Drăgescu (7 September 1912 – 24 March 2013) was a Romanian military aviator during World War II. She was the last surviving member of the White Squadron, a team of female aviators who flew medical aircraft during World War II.
Biography of Hilde Coppi (excerpt)
Betty Gertrud Käthe Hilda (30 May 1909 – 5 August 1943) was a German resistance member of the anti-fascist resistance group that was later called the Red Orchestra by the Gestapo.
Hilde Coppi and her husband were both arrested on 12 September 1942, along with Hans' parents and brother, and Hilde's mother.
Biography of Paulette Fink (excerpt)
Paulette Weill Oppert Fink (1911–2005) was a French-Jewish nurse and resistance worker during the Second World War. She later emigrated to the United States where she helped to raise money in support of the new State of Israel. An executive member of the National Women's Division of the United Jewish Appeal, she was elected chair in December 1960.
Biography of Irina Sebrova (excerpt)
Irina Fyodorovna Sebrova (Russian: Ирина Фёдоровна Себрова; 25 December 1914 – 5 April 2000) was a flight commander in the all-female Night Witches during the Second World War. She was awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union on 23 February 1945 for her first 825 bombing missions.
Biography of Henriette Bie Lorentzen (excerpt)
Henriette Bie Lorentzen (18 July 1911 – 23 August 2001), born Anna Henriette Wegner Haagaas, was a Norwegian journalist, humanist, peace activist, feminist, co-founder of the Nansen Academy, resistance member and concentration camp survivor during World War II, and publisher and editor-in-chief of the women's magazine Kvinnen og Tiden (1945–1955).
Biography of Gidsken Jakobsen (excerpt)
Gidsken Nilsine Jakobsen (1 August 1908 – 13 June 1990) was a Norwegian aviation pioneer.
At the age of 20, Jakobsen became only the second Norwegian woman to be awarded a pilot's license (after Dagny Berger in 1927), having achieved the highest position of the ten students attending the course.
Biography of Frieda Belinfante (excerpt)
Frieda Belinfante (May 10, 1904 in Amsterdam – April 26, 1995 in Santa Fe, New Mexico) was a Dutch cellist, conductor, a prominent lesbian and a member of the Dutch resistance during World War II. After the war, Belinfante immigrated to the United States and continued her career in music.
Biography of Marie-Louise Charpentier (excerpt)
Marie-Louise Charpentier, also known as Lily Charpentier (26 November 1905 - 24 June 1998), was a nurse, social worker, and active member of the French Resistance in Brittany during World War II.
Her most well known accomplishment was hiding a Jewish woman and her two grandchildren from German forces and arranging their safe passage to relatives in the south of France.
Biography of Sabiha Gökçen (excerpt)
Sabiha Gökçen (22 March 1913 – 22 March 2001) was a Turkish aviator. During her flight career, she flew around 8,000 hours and participated in 32 different military operations. She was the world's first female fighter pilot, aged 23. Others such as Marie Marvingt and Evgeniya Shakhovskaya preceded her as military pilots in other roles, but not as fighter pilots and without military academy enrollment.
Biography of Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (excerpt)
Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar FRS (19 October 1910 – 21 August 1995) was an Indian-American astrophysicist who spent his professional life in the United States. He was awarded the 1983 Nobel Prize for Physics with William A. Fowler for "..theoretical studies of the physical processes of importance to the structure and evolution of the stars".
Biography of Gabriele Rohde (excerpt)
Gabriele Rohde (7 September 1904 – 5 April 1946) was a Danish League of Nations official in the 1930s and, during the Second World War, a member of the Danish Council (Det danske Rĺd) in London. She provided strong support in particular for Danish seafarers, creating a seamen's club in Newcastle.
Biography of Cahit Arf (excerpt)
Cahit Arf (11 October 1910 – 26 December 1997) was a Turkish mathematician. He is known for the Arf invariant of a quadratic form in characteristic 2 (applied in knot theory and surgery theory) in topology, the Hasse–Arf theorem in ramification theory, Arf semigroups, and Arf rings.
Biography of Élisabeth Boselli (excerpt)
Élisabeth Thérčse Marie Juliette Boselli (11 March 1914 – 25 November 2005), was a French military and civilian pilot. She was the first female fighter pilot to serve in the French Air Force, and held eight world records for distance, altitude and speed.
Biography of Lina Radke (excerpt)
Karoline "Lina" Radke-Batschauer (18 October 1903 – 14 February 1983) was a German track and field athlete. She was the first Olympic champion in the 800 m for women.
Together with her husband, Lina Radke was one of the pioneers of female athletics in the mid-1920s.
Biography of Jean Batten (excerpt)
Jean Gardner Batten CBE OSC (15 September 1909 – 22 November 1982) was a New Zealand aviator. Born in Rotorua, she became the best-known New Zealander of the 1930s, internationally, by making a number of record-breaking solo flights across the world.
Biography of Lois Gunden (excerpt)
Lois Gunden (February 25, 1915-2005) was the fourth of five Americans to be recognized as "Righteous Among the Nations" by Yad Vashem, the Shoah Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority of Israel. Gunden was born and raised in Goshen, Indiana. In 1941, when she was 26 years old, she was teaching English for the Mennonite Central Committee in southern France when the Nazi occupation began.
Biography of Jean-Paul de Dadelsen (excerpt)
Jean-Paul de Dadelsen, (20 August 1913 in Strasbourg – 23 June 1957 in Zurich) was a French schoolmaster, officer, journalist, broadcaster and poet. He was an early supporter of a European Common Market and adviser to Jean Monnet.
Jonas, Gallimard, 1962.
Goethe en Alsace with commentary by Denis de Rougemont, François Mauriac and Baptiste-Marrey.
Biography of Margaret St. Clair (excerpt)
Margaret St. Clair (17 February 1911 – 22 November 1995) was an American fantasy and science fiction writer, who also wrote under the pseudonyms Idris Seabright and Wilton Hazzard.
She was especially prolific in the 1950s, producing such acclaimed and much-reprinted stories as "The Man Who Sold Rope to the Gnoles" (1951), "Brightness Falls from the Air" (1951), "An Egg a Month from All Over" (1952), and "Horrer Howce" (1956).
Biography of Philippe Boegner (excerpt)
Philippe Boegner (January 7, 1910, Aouste-sur-Sye, Drôme (source for his birth time: Didier Geslain, birth certificate) - October 14, 1991, Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine) is a journalist, boss of French press and writer, who participated in the Resistance. He was successively the director of Marie Claire, Paris Soir and Paris Match.
Biography of Suzanne Jannin (excerpt)
Suzanne Henriette Jannin, also Suzanne Henriette Delvoye, (1912–1982) was a French dentist, a resistance fighter in World War II, and an air force pilot in Indochina. After receiving her military pilot's licence in 1948, she gave up dentistry to devote herself to aviation.
Biography of Marina Raskova (excerpt)
Marina Mikhaylovna Raskova (née Malinina; 28 March 1912 – 4 January 1943) was the first woman in the USSR to achieve the diploma of professional air navigator. Raskova went from a young woman with aspirations of becoming an opera singer to a military instructor, the first female navigator in the Soviet Union.
Biography of Wanda Jakubowska (excerpt)
Wanda Jakubowska (10 October (source: her Wikipedia page in Polish) 1907 – 25 February 1998) was a Polish film director. Although she directed as many as 15 films over 50 years, Jakubowska is best known for her work on the Holocaust.
Biography of Saadat Hasan Manto (excerpt)
Saadat Hasan Manto (11 May 1912 – 18 January 1955) was a writer, playwright and author born in Ludhiana active in British India and later, after the partition, in Pakistan. Writing mainly in the Urdu language, he produced 22 collections of short stories, a novel, five series of radio plays, three collections of essays and two collections of personal sketches.
Biography of Yvonne Jospa (excerpt)
Yvonne Jospa (née Have Groisman, February 3, 1910 in Poputi, Bessarabia (now Moldavia) – January 20, 2000 in Brussels) was a cofounder and leading organizer of the Comité de Défense des Juifs in September 1942 with her husband Hertz Jospa, which saved over 3,000 Jewish children from deportation and death.
Biography of Hubert Faure (excerpt)
Hubert Faure (28 May 1914 – 17 April 2021) was a French soldier during World War II. He was a member of the Kieffer commandos.
Biography of Camilla Horn (excerpt)
Camilla Horn (25 April 1903 – 14 August 1996) was a German dancer and a film star of the silent and sound era. She starred in several Hollywood films of the late 1920s and in a few British and Italian productions.
Biography of Ery Bos (excerpt)
Ery Bos (October 3, 1908 - March 10, 2005) was a German dancer and film actress. She established herself as a star in the cinema of the Weimar Republic, but was forced to flee following the takeover of the Nazi Party due to her Jewish background.
Biography of Dore Hoyer (excerpt)
Dore Hoyer (12 December 1911 – 31 December 1967) was a German expressionist dancer and choreographer. She is credited as "one of the most important solo dancers of the Ausdruckstanz tradition." Inspired by Mary Wigman, she developed her own solo programmes and toured widely before and after the Second World War.
Biography of Maria Kotarba (excerpt)
Maria Kotarba (4 September 1907 — 30 December 1956) was a courier in the Polish resistance movement, smuggling clandestine messages and supplies among the local partisan groups. She was arrested, tortured and interrogated by the Gestapo as a political prisoner before being imprisoned in Tarnów and then deported to Auschwitz on January 6, 1943.
Biography of Vera Leigh (excerpt)
Vera Leigh (17 March 1903 – 6 July 1944) was an agent of the United Kingdom's clandestine Special Operations Executive during World War II.
Leigh was a member of the SOE's Donkeyman circuit and Inventor sub-circuit in occupied France until she was arrested by the Gestapo.
Biography of Ben Nye (excerpt)
Benjamin Emmet Nye, Sr. (January 12, 1907 – February 9, 1986) was an American makeup artist for the Hollywood film industry for over four decades, from the 1930s to the early 1980s. He worked on over five hundred 20th Century Fox films both in and out of Hollywood.
Biography of Huber Lotti (excerpt)
Lotti Huber (16 October 1912 - 31 May 1998) was a German actress. She appeared in more than twenty films from 1978 to 1999.
1984 Horror vacui
1988 Anita: Dances of Vice
1995 Neurosia: 50 Years of Perversity
Biography of Denis Peploe (excerpt)
Denis Frederic Neal Peploe (25 March 1914 – 22 May 1993) was a Scottish artist and sculptor known for his landscapes.
During the war he served with the Royal Artillery and the Special Operations Executive where he was hurt in a motorcycle accident.
Biography of Jyoti Basu (excerpt)
Jyoti Basu (born Jyotirindra Basu; 8 July 1914 – 17 January 2010) was an Indian politician who served as the Chief Minister of West Bengal state from 1977 to 2000. He was one of the co-founders of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and a member of the Polit Bureau of the party since its inception in 1964 till 2008.