Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle from the left This view of the Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle from the left gives a good idea of the shape of the fuselage, with a raised central section between the pilot& 39;s position and the upper turret, and also gives us a view straight through the rear glazed section.
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King of France (05/09 / 1638-01 / 09/1715). Born in Saint-Germaine-en-Laye, son of Louis XIII of France and Ana of Austria. In 1642, when he was only 4 years old, his father dies and he becomes king. During childhood, the country is governed by the mother, the regent, and the prime minister, Cardinal Mazarin. In 1660, at the age of 22, he married Maria Teresa, daughter of King Philip IV of Spain.
Arab religious leader (570-8 / 6/632). Founder of Islam. Born in Mecca, present-day Saudi Arabia, by the name of Abulqasim Mohamed ibn Abdala ibn Abd al-Mutalib ibn Hashim. Orphaned very early, is raised by an uncle. At age 12, he meets a Christian monk who teaches him faith in one God. Adopts the belief for being bothered by the idolatry and excesses committed by Mecca society.
Italian scientist (1564-1642). He saw objects never seen by other astronomers, and was almost condemned to death by claiming that the earth was not the center of the universe. The first astronomer to make frequent and systematic use of a telescope, Galileo Galilei began a new era in the history of astronomy.
Third Governor General of Brazil. This poem by Father José de Anchieta portrays, with admiration and respect, the moment of Mem de Sá's arrival in Bahia: "Behold, freed from the dangers of the sea and long awaited, / a squadron lies in the bay to which all Santos / bequeathed the name, brought, save from the faces of the ocean, / a singular hero, of extraordinary courage, / Mem, who from the blood of noble ancestors / and illustrious sap of long ancestry / had inherited the surname of Sa.
Italian trader and traveler (1254-8 / 1/1324). Born in Curzola, Dalmatia (present-day Croatia), at the time Venetian province. At 17, he accompanies his father and uncle, both traders, on a trip to the Far East. It passes through Turkey, crosses the Gulf of Persia, Afghanistan (where it stays a year, curing malaria) and Pakistan, until it reaches the capital of the Mongol Empire in 1275.
Nero: One of the most controversial emperors of the Roman Empire Nero was a Roman emperor from the year 54 to 68 of the Christian era. To this day it is one of the most controversial historical figures of all time. His full name was Nero Claudius Augusto Germanicus. Born in the city of Anzio (in present-day Italy) on December 15, 37.
Military and guerrilla of Rio de Janeiro (23/10 / 1937-17 / 9/1971). The son of a carpenter, he makes a gymnasium at a college of priests and joins the Cadet Preparatory School in Porto Alegre, in 1955. Two years later, he is transferred to the Agulhas Negras Military Academy in Resende (RJ) and declared an aspirant. -official in 1960.
Charles de Montesquieu was an important French philosopher, politician and writer. Born on January 18, 1689 in the city of Bordeaux (France). He is considered one of the great philosophers of the Enlightenment. Montesquieu was born in a French noble family. He studied at a religious oratory school. After completing basic education, he went to study at the University of Bordeaux and then in Paris.
Italian painter, sculptor, poet and architect (6/3 / 1475-18 / 2/1564). One of the biggest names in the Renaissance. Born in Caprese, near Arezzo, at the age of 13 joins as an apprentice in the workshop of painter Ghirlandaio, one of the main masters of the Florentine Quattrocento. In 1489 he entered the Florence School of Sculpture and remained there until the death of Lorenzo de Medici, his patron and friend, in 1492.
Dutch military officer and administrator of German origin (17/6 / 1604-20 / 12/1679). Johann Mauritius van Nassau-Siegen is born at Dillemburg Castle in Germany. He is a member of the house of Nassau, an aristocratic family that disputed the thrones of Germany and the Netherlands. In 1618, during the Thirty Years' War, he joined the Netherlands Army and participated in various campaigns.
He joined the Army at the age of 14 and at 17 incomplete he was already ensign. He has participated in every battle that has taken place in the south of the continent since the battle of Sarandi in the Cisplatina province war of 1825, in which he has already distinguished himself by skill and bravery. He also fought at Passo do Rosario (1828), the Farroupilha Revolution (1835-1845) and the battle of Monte Caseros (1852) against the Argentine dictator Juan Manuel Rosas.
Gaucho military (1905-1985). Third President of the Republic after the 1964 military coup. Emilio Garrastazu Médici (4/12 / 1905-9 / 10/1985) is born in Bagé, the son of a wealthy Italian family farmer. Influenced by his mother, of Basque origin, he studies at the Military College of Porto Alegre and makes a career in the Army.
Fluminense playwright (5/11 / 1815-7 / 12/1848). He is the creator of the comedy of costumes in Brazilian theater and one of the first to portray the process of urbanization in the nineteenth century. Luís Carlos Martins Pena is born in Rio de Janeiro and enters the diplomatic career. Considered the first prominent playwright of the country, in his comedies and deceptions, he precisely uses colloquial language to satirize the mischief of politicians and the hypocrisy of the clergy.
Marcel Proust was born in Auteuil, suburb of Paris, in 1871. In fragile health, he had a caring childhood. During her teens, she lived in the Champs-Élysées in Paris, where healthy air helped her to lessen the effects of asthma. In 1891, he entered the Sorbonne Law School; He prepared to pursue his diplomatic career, from which he gave up to devote himself to literature.
First emperor of Brazil (1798-1834). It proclaims the independence of the country from Portugal and grants the first Brazilian Constitution. Pedro de Alcantara Francisco Antonio Joao Carlos Xavier de Paula Miguel Rafael Joaquim Jose Gonzaga Pascoal Cyprian Seraphim of Braganza and Bourbon (12/10 / 1798-24 / 9/1834) is born in the Queluz Palace, outside Lisbon.
Greek historian (485-425 BC). It is only through their reports that we can have accurate information about antiquity. Also known as the "Father of History". While many men are credited with "shaping" the story, one can be said to have "created" it. Herodotus developed the means by which we in the Western world can know and evaluate history and its most important moments.
Byzantine Emperor (483-14 / 11/565). Flávio Pedro Sabácio Justinian is born in Tauresium, in present Macedonia, in a poor family. It is adopted by Uncle Justino, former illiterate guard who would come to reign the Byzantine Empire. He still goes young to Constantinople, the base of the military command where his uncle served, and receives improved education.
French chemist and microbiologist (27/12 / 1822-28 / 9/1895). Creator of the rabies vaccine. Born in Dôle, eastern France, she is a primary and secondary student in the cities of Arbois and Besançon. He dedicated himself to painting in his youth and graduated in arts in 1840. He then moved to Paris and studied chemistry and physics at the Higher Normal School.
American chemist (28/2 / 1901-19 / 8/1994). World famous as the second person after Marie Curie to receive two Nobel Prizes: the 1954 Chemistry and the 1962 Peace Prize. Linus Carl Pauling is born in Portland, Oregon, the son of a pharmacist. He graduated in chemical engineering in 1922 from Oregon State University and specialized in physical chemistry at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena in 1925.
Paulista politician (1841-1913). President of the Republic between 1898 and 1902. As Prime Minister of Justice of the Republic, establishes and regulates civil marriage. Manoel Ferraz de Campos Salles (15/2 / 1841-28 / 6/1913) is born in Campinas, then province of São Paulo, the son of coffee farmers.