George Bernard Shaw was an Irish playwright, literary critic and a fervent socialist who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1925.
Frank Billing Kellogg was a renowned American lawyer, politician, and statesman who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1929
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Philippe Pétain was a French general who was declared a national hero in World War I but was later discredited and sentenced to death.
Emil Kraepelin was a German psychiatrist who is known as the founder of psychopharmacology and psychiatric genetics
Alfred Deakin was an Australian prime minister who is credited with the implementation of many significant welfare policies
Louis Sullivan was a pioneering architect who is known as the "father of skyscrapers" and "father of modernism"
Bal Gangadhar Tilak was a great Indian freedom fighter, national leader and social reformer who advocated Swaraj or Self Rule
Sigmund Freud was a 19th century neurologist who is hailed as the father of ‘psychoanalysis’