Famous people died this week

Find out the Famous Peoples died this week who are Leaders, Scientists, African American Athletes and more. This list contain Famous people died this week including Paul Dirac, Christian Dior, Daniel Webster, Jackie Robinson, Molly Brown and many more Celebrities.

The Most Famous people died this week

Paul DiracAugust 8, 1902BritishPaul Dirac was an English theoretical physicist known for his contributions to quantum mechanics and quantum electrodynamics
Christian DiorJanuary 21, 1905FrenchChristian Dior was a famous French fashion designer
Daniel WebsterJanuary 18, 1782AmericanDaniel Webster was a prominent senator from Massachusetts
Jackie RobinsonJanuary 31, 1919AmericanJackie Robinson was the first African-American to play in the Major League Baseball (MLB)
Molly BrownJuly 18, 1867AmericanMolly Brown was an American socialite and activist who beame famous for surviving the sinking of the Titanic in 1912
Gerty CoriAugust 15, 1896AmericanGerty Theresa Cori was a Nobel Prize winning biochemist who discovered the catalytic conversion of glycogen
Tycho BraheDecember 14, 1546DanishTycho Brahe was a Danish nobleman who made important contributions to astronomy
Samora MachelSeptember 29, 1933MozambicanSamora Machel was a revolutionary leader who served as Mozambique's first President
Elliott SmithAugust 6, 1969AmericanElliott Smith was a talented musician who could play multiple instruments like guitar, piano, drums, and clarinet
Paul TillichAugust 20, 1886German, AmericanPaul Tillich was a German-American Christian existentialist philosopher and theologian.Read this biography to learn more about his childhood, profile, life and timeline.
Camille Claudel

Camille Claudel

Camille Claudel was a renowned French sculptor

FrenchDecember 8, 1864177 views

Fats Domino

Fats Domino was an American pianist and singer known for his hit single ‘The Fat Man.’

AmericanFebruary 26, 1928177 views

Vidkun Quisling

Vidkun Quisling was a Norwegian army official and a politician, who supported Hitler during Nazi invasion of Norway

NorwegianJuly 18, 1887149 views

John, King of England

John, the treacherous king of England, was one of the most controversial monarchs in the nation’s history

BritishDecember 24, 1166138 views

Herbert A. Hauptman

Herbert Aaron Hauptman was an American mathematician who won the 1985 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Charles Glover Barkla

Charles Glover Barkla was a British physicist, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1917

BritishJune 7, 1877143 views

Charles J Pedersen

Charles J Pedersen was an American chemist who discovered the chemical compound, crown ethers

Archibald Alexander

Archibald Alexander was an American Presbyterian theologian and educator who became famous for his religious teachings, writings and sermons

AmericanApril 17, 1772101 views

E. Donnall Thomas

Edward Donnall Thomas was an American physician and professor of Medicine who did pioneer research on bone marrow transplant

AmericanMarch 15, 192090 views

Arthur Kornberg

Arthur Kornberg was an American biochemist

AmericanMarch 3, 1918127 views