People's who changed the world's picture



Bill Gates
While in high school in 1977, Bill Gates created his first computer program, co-founded Microsoft in 1977, and by 1993 was the richest person on earth. In 2000, Gates and his wife formed the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which is the largest social work organization in the world.

Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler was the leader of Germany until 1933 - 1945, during which he led the world in the most destructive war of history. Hitler hated Jewish people and six million people were killed during World War II for a blue-eyed, blonde-haired Master Race.

Albert Einstein
Einstein was one of the greatest physicists and his name became the symbol of talent. When his most famous work, proved to be General Theory of Relativity in 1919, Einstein became the most famous scientist in the world and he won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921.

Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi started his career as an advocate, but became a great political and spiritual leader. He led the peaceful civil disobedience of Indians against British rule in India and negotiated with the British government till 1947 when India was given independence.

Karl Marx
Karl Marx's ideas on economic history and sociology changed the world. Marx was a social philosopher who attacked the state and made a prediction when everyone was equal. He interpreted his principles in the Communist Manifesto (compiled by Friedrich Engels and published in 1848) and Das Kapital (1867-94).

William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare is usually taken to be the greatest drama writer in the English language. He started as an actor and wrote at least 154 sonnets and 37 plays, including Hamlet, King Lear, Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth. Shakespeare probably introduced more than 1,700 new words in the English language.

Christopher Columbus
Christopher Columbus is the most famous among all explorers. he believed that they could reach Asia by sailing across the Atlantic Ocean in the west and in 1492 he established a sail to prove their theory in Santa Maria. Instead, he landed on the islands known now as the West Indies. His discoveries gave birth to European exploration and colonization of America.

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