Sidney George Reilly, renowned as ‘Ace of Spies’ and termed by historians as the first ‘super spy’ of the 20th century served the British ‘Secret Service Bureau’ as a secret agent.
Alexis Carrel was a French biologist and surgeon who received the ‘Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine’ in 1912
Max Reger was a German composer counted amongst the greatest composers in his country
Upendranath Brahmachari was a renowned Indian scientist and a prominent medical practitioner of his era
Lee de Forest was an American inventor known as “The Father of Radio”
Leon Czolgosz was a Polish-American anarchist who assassinated American President William McKinley
Alfred Smith was an American politician who was elected as the Governor of New York for four times
Alberto Santos Dumont was a Brazilian aviation pioneer who designed, built, and flew the first practical dirigible
Willa Cather was a Pulitzer Prize winning American author, known for her war classic ‘One of Ours’
Therese of Lisieux was a Roman Catholic nun who is widely respected in modern times.