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  1. Joseph Priestley (/ˈpriːstli/; [2] 24 de marzo (o.s. 13 de marzo) de 1733 - 6 de febrero de 1804) fue un científico y teólogo británico del siglo XVIII, clérigo disidente, filósofo, educador y teórico político, que publicó más de 150 obras.

  2. Joseph Stalin became leader of the Soviet Union after the founder of the Soviet Union, Vladimir Lenin, died in 1924. Stalin ruled up until his own death in 1953. He was known as a brutal leader who was responsible for the deaths of over 20 million people.

  3. It is possible that the kindergarten was Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain's idea, for in his diary dated 14 August 1901, Chamberlain's assistant secretary Geoffrey Robinson wrote, "Another long day occupied chiefly in getting together a list of South African candidates for Lord Milner – from people already in the (Civil) Service".

  4. British Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain was aware of the ambitions of the Zionist Organization, which had been on his mind during a trip to East Africa earlier in the year. Chamberlain noted during his trip that, "If Dr Herzl were at all inclined to transfer his efforts to East Africa there would be no difficulty in finding land suitable for Jewish settlers."

  5. Neville Chamberlain naît le 18 mars 1869 dans une demeure nommée Southbourne, à Edgbaston, un district de Birmingham [1].Il est le seul fils issu du second mariage de Joseph Chamberlain, futur Lord-Maire (en) de Birmingham et ministre, qui a également trois filles, Ida, Hilda et Ethel.

  6. Neville Chamberlain. Arthur Neville Chamberlain was born in Birmingham, England, on March 18, 1869. Neville Chamberlain was Prime Minister of Great Britain in September 1939 at the start of World War II. In May 1940, after the disastrous Norwegian campaign, Chamberlain resigned and Winston Churchill became prime minister.

  7. Munich Agreement, (September 30, 1938), settlement reached by Germany, Great Britain, France, and Italy that permitted German annexation of the Sudetenland, in western Czechoslovakia. After his success in absorbing Austria into Germany proper in March 1938, Adolf Hitler looked covetously at Czechoslovakia, where about three million people in the Sudetenland were of German origin. In April he ...