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Image from: https://www.wpclipart.com/ Question: What German-born doctor won the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize for his work on behalf of the brotherhood of nations? Answer: Dr. Albert Schweitzer (born January 14th, 1875), a medical missionary, who was also a well-respected philosopher and acclaimed musician.
In 1988, a woman came across an old leather briefcase in the attic of her home. Inside it were lists and photographs of the children her husband had brought out of Czechoslovakia in 1939 and placed in the keeping of British families. Most of the 669 children he saved were Jewish, and most were the […]
Martin Luther King Day honours and celebrates the life of the American civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Junior, who worked to end racial segregation in the American South and promote racial equality everywhere. Though his day is officially observed on the third Monday in January, he was actually born on January 15th, 1929. Most […]