Bertha Benz: The First Driver
She forged the road ahead, to pave it for us all. This is the story of Bertha Benz, The First Driver. Produced by Normal Content (http://normalcontent.com)
The Tragically Powerful Story Behind The Lone German Who Refused To Give Hitler The Nazi Salute
Adopted by the Nazi Party in the 1930s, Hitler's infamous "sieg heil" (meaning "hail victory") salute was mandatory for all German citizens as a demonstration of loyalty to the Führer, his party, and ...
Up For Auction: The Coolest Catcher's Mitt In Baseball History
A century-old catcher's mitt used by one of baseball pioneers tells the rough-and-tumble story of baseball's early days.
Erwin Rommel - Erwin Rommel and his Afrika Korps
Music: Zack Hemsey - Empty Room STRICTLY UNPOLITICAL VIDEO.
William James Sidis - IQ 200+ | Smartest person ever (4 of 4)
Part four (of four) of a meta-analysis ranking of the world's 37 greatest geniuses, child prodigies, and thinkers ever said to have had an IQ of 200 or above...
Bill Endicott
Bill Endicott (5 November 1876 – 7 June 1944) was an American racecar driver.
He was born on November 5, 1876 in Montgomery, Indiana. He died on June 7, 1944 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Matt McQueen
Matthew 'Matt' McQueen (born May 18, 1863 - died September 28, 1944) was a Scottish football player who became a director and manager of Liverpool F.C.
Born Harthill, Lanarkshire, Scotland, McQuee...
Edmund Best
Edmund Carncross Best (26 March 1869 – 22 July 1944) was an Australian politician.He was born at Forbes to bootmaker Christopher Best and Catherine Mary, née Doran. He received a primary educati...
Ellis R. Weicht
Ellis R. Weicht (April 17, 1916 – December 3, 1944) was a United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions in World War ...
The Tragically Powerful Story Behind The Lone German Who Refused To Give Hitler The Nazi Salute
Adopted by the Nazi Party in the 1930s, Hitler's infamous "sieg heil" (meaning "hail victory") salute was mandatory for all German citizens as a demonstration of loyalty to the Führer, his party, and ...
John Ernest Buttery Hotson
Sir John Ernest Buttery Hotson, KCSI, OBE, VD (17 March 1877 – 13 May 1944) was an administrator in India during the British Raj. Born in Glasgow to Hamilton and Margaret (Maggie) Hotson, he was educa...
Countess Sophia Ignatieva
Countess Sophia Sergeyevna Ignatieva (Russian: Софья Серге́евна Игнатьева, born as Princess Meshcherskaya (княжна Мещерская)) was the child of Prince Vladimir Meshchersky's first cousin. Countess ...
Up For Auction: The Coolest Catcher's Mitt In Baseball History
A century-old catcher's mitt used by one of baseball pioneers tells the rough-and-tumble story of baseball's early days.
Bruno Lüdke
Bruno Lüdke (3 April 1908 – 26 April 1944) was an alleged German serial killer. Nazi police officials connected him to at least 51 murder victims, mainly women, killed in a 15-year period, which ...
Egbert Hayessen
Egbert Hayessen (28 December 1913 – 15 August 1944) was a German resistance fighter in the struggle against Adolf Hitler, and a major in the army.Born in Eisleben, Hayessen grew up on the Hessian stat...
Scott Hardesty
Scott Durbin Hardesty (1870–1944) was an infielder in Major League Baseball.
James A. O'Leary
James Aloysius O'Leary (April 23, 1889 – March 16, 1944) was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from New York.O'Leary was born in New Brighton, Staten Island. He unsucce...
Edward Gibson (cricketer)
Edward Leslie Gibson (8 August 1899 – 11 August 1944) was an English cricketer. Gibson's batting and bowling styles are unknown. He was born in the British Raj and died in Bangkok, Thailand.Gi...
Lauritz Nelson
Lauritz Nelson (March 26, 1860-September 16, 1944) was a sailor serving in the United States Navy during the Spanish–American War who received the Medal of Honor for bravery.
Nelson was born March...
Alan Pearsall
Alan Louden Pearsall (24 May 1915 – 8 March 1944) was an Australian sportsman who played first-class cricket for Tasmania and Australian rules football in the Victorian Football League (VFL) with Sout...
Leon Vance
Leon Robert "Bob" Vance, Jr. (August 11, 1916 – July 26, 1944) was a Medal of Honor recipient who served in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II.
Leon Robert Vance, Jr. was born a...
Percy Nunn
Sir Thomas Percy Nunn (28 December 1870 – 12 December 1944) was a British educationalist, Professor of Education, 1913–36 at Institute of Education, University of London. He was knighted in 1930.
Edward C. Eicher
Edward C. Eicher (December 16, 1878 - November 29, 1944) was a three-term congressman, federal securities regulator, and U.S. District Court judge during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. He wa...
Bob Hatch
James Arthur "Bob" Hatch was the 11th head football coachfor the Colgate University Raiders located in the Village of Hamilton in Madison County, New Yorkand he held that position for the 1903 season....
Stuart Paton
Stuart Paton (23 July 1883 – 16 December 1944) was a British director, screenwriter and actor of the silent era. He directed 67 films between 1915 and 1938. He also wrote for 24 films between 19...
Frank Winters (ice hockey)
Francis J. "Coddy" Winters (born January 29, 1884 in Duluth, Minnesota - d. November 17, 1944) was an American ice hockey player. Winters played ice hockey mostly in the Cleveland area, including the ...
Thomas Lavelle
Thomas James Lavelle (2 December 1887 – 24 May 1944) was an Australian politician. He was born in Liverpool, New South Wales, and received a primary education. He worked variously as a farmer, a...
Edward Simpson (cricketer)
Edward Thornhill Beckett Simpson (5 March 1867 – 20 March 1944) was an English amateur first-class cricketer, who played eight games for Oxford University in 1888, and one game for Yorkshire Cou...