CONTENTS:- Vol.1: A.E Housman (Poet of Class); A.J. Cronin (Celebrating the Spirit of man); A.P. Hill (The Red Shirt of Courage); A.P.J. Abdul Kalam(India's First Citizen and Missile Man); Aaron Burr (Politician and Adventure); Abbie Hoffman (The Anti- Man); Abner Doubleday (Theosophy in America); Abu Bakr (The First Caliph); Achille- Claude Debussy (Master of Melodious Music); Adam Smith (Pre-eminent Economist and Philosopher; Admiral Edward Boscawen (Against the French); Admiral Edward Hawke (Restricting the French Navy); Admiral Thomas Mathews (Fighting the Pirates); Aenesidemus (Ten Models of Perception); Agasthya (Immortal Sage); Agatha Christie (Mistress of Perception); Aakira Kurosawa (The Master Film Director from Japan); Al Capone (Founder of the Underworld; Alan Mathison Turing (Mathematician for Computers; Albert Camus (Voice of Morality); Albert Einstein (Relative Truth of the Cosmos); Albert Henry Krehbiel (Art as Statement); Albert von SzentGyorgyi (Pioneer in Physical Chemistry); Alberto Moravia (Interpreting Social Alienation); Alberto Santos Dumont (Aviator Hero of Brazil); Al- Biruni ( The Traveller and Writer); Aldous Huxley (Brave "New World" Writer); Aldous Alekseyevich Brusilov (Outstanding Russian General); Alexander Fleming (The Universal Penicillin); Alexander Hamilton (Soldier-Statement of America); Alexander Polyhistor (understanding the Cosmic Order); Alexander The Great (Young Warrior and Conqueror); Alfonso Garcia Robles (Safeguarding Peace in South America); Alfred ' Lash' LaRue (The Black- Coat Cowboy); Alfread Eisenstaedt (Eminent Photojournalist); Alfred Joseph Hitchcock (Master of Suspense Films); Alfred Nobel (A Businessman's Great Legacy); Alfred Russel Wallance (In Tune with Nature); Alfred Whitehead (Exploring the Core of Mathematics); Algernon Blackwood (Portraits of the Dark Side); Alice Cunningham Fletcher (Serving the Red Indian); Alice Hamilton (Founder of Occuptional Medicine); Alice Munro (Maestro of Short Stories); Alice Walker (Alice Walker (Writing for the People); Allen Ginsberg (Icon of the Beat Generation); Alphonse Mucha (The People's Artist); Alvin Cullum York (The Genuine Patriot and Citizen); Amartya Sen (Welfare Economics for the World); Ambrose Bierce (Natural Writer of Supernatural); Amelia Earhart (Pioneer Woman Aviator); Amerigo Vespucci (Rediscovering the New World); Amy Tan (Corporate Executive and Writer); Anais Nin (Defining Tradition); Anaxagoras (Spiritualism of Philosophy); Anaximander (The First Written Philosophy); Anaximenes (Explaining the Material World); Anders Celsius (Temperature of the Times); Andre Gide (Novelist of Morals); Andre malraux (The True Scholar-Statesman); Andrei Sakharov ("Father of the Soviet Hydrogen Bomb"); Andress Segovia (Guitar Wizard from Spain; Andrew Alexander Bonar (Missionary Exemplar); Andrew Carnegie (Wealthhiest Philanthropist); Andrew Jackson (Seventh President of the USA); Andrew Warhola (Pop Art Guru); Andy Kaufman (Popular Artist and Comedian); Ann Landers (Legendry Columnist); Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (Model First Lady); Anne Boleyn (Tragic Queen); Anne Bronte (Novelist); Anne Devlin (Irish Revolutionary); Annie Besant (High Priestess of Theosophy); Annie Oakley (Legendary Markswoman); Asnthony Trollope (The Gentleman Humorist); Anton Brucker (Master Musician Improviser); Anton Chekhov (Telling Immortal Stories); Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna (The Failed Politician); Antonio Vivaldi (Master of the Opera); Antony van Leeuwenhoek (Through a Microscope); Anwar al-Sadat (Leading Egypt); Aram Khachaturian (Music Composer of Folk Genre); Arcesilaus (Plato's Disciple); Archimedes (The Legendary Scientist); Aristotle (Among the Greatest); Arnold Schoenberg (Refining Instrumental Music; Arthur C. Clarke (The 20th Century Visionary; Arthur Cocan Doyle (Father of Mysteries); Arthur Koestler (Novelist and Critic); Arthur M. YoungArthur Machen (Defining Consciousness and Meaning); Arthur Rimbaud (Adventurer and Arms Dealer); Artie Shaw (Swing Music Bandleader); Arundhati Roy (Booker Prize Winner and Activist); Asma Jahangir and Hina Jilani (Voices of Human Rights in Pakistan); Attila (The Hun King); Audie Murphy (People's Hero and Poet-Singer); August Strindberg (Celebrated Playwright of Sweden); Auguste Comte (Positivism as Philosophy); Auguste Escoffier (Master of Fine Cuisine); Auguste Rodin ( A Sculptor and "Great Theologian); Augustine (Glory of the Roman Empire); Augustus Earle (The Wanderer Artist); Aurobindo (Power of the Supramental). Vol.2: Babar (The First Moghul Emperor); Babe Ruth (Superhero of Baseball); Baby Face Nelson (Archetypal Gangster); Balfour Stevenson (Writing for the People); Barbara Jordan (First Black US Congresswoman); Barbara Stanwyck (Actress never Recognised); Baruch Spinoza (The Non-Conformist Philosopher); Baroj Benacerraf (A Cure for Allegry); Basaveshwara (The Saint-Poet); Basil Henry LiddellHart (Founder of Mechanised Infantry); Bat Masterson (From Gunfighter to Writer); Beecher Family (Seeking the Purpose of Man); Benazir Bhutto (The Formidable Exile); Benedict Arnold (The Traitor Who Saved America); Benito Mussolini (The Fascist Dictator of Italy); Benjamin Disraeli (Prime Minister and Literatueur); Benjamin Franklin (Lighting for the Masses); Benjamin Franklin (The Electric Man); Benjamin Lincoln (American Revolutionary General); Benjamin Siegal (Father of the Strip); Benjamin Spock (The Outstanding Paediatrician); Bernardo Alberto Houssay (Correlating Insulin and Diabetes); Bernardo De Galvez (Spanish Hero of American Revolution); Bertha F. S. von Suttner (Noblewoman and Writer); Bertrand Russell (Philosopher and Scientist); Betsy Ross (Flag Bearer); Bette Davis (Prima Donna); Bbevil Grenvile (Royalist General); Bharadwaja (The Vedic Age Saint); Bill Evans (Piano Wizard); Birbal Sahni (The Great Palaebotanist); Blaise Pascal (French Physicist and Mathematician); Bob Fosse (Theatre at lts Best); Bob Marley (The Singer from Jamaica); Bobby Jones (Pioneer of Gospel Music); Boris Pasternak (Writing on a Large Canvas); B.P. Nichol (Poet of Personal Aesthetics); Bram Stoker (Creator of the Original Horror Tale); Brendan Francis Behan (Articulating Political Satire); Brigadier General Daniel Morgan ("No Better Field Commander"); Brigham Young (Leader of the Mormon Church); Brownie McGhee (Popular Actor and Songwriter); Buckminster Fuller (Pioneer & Visionary); Buford Pusser (Symbol of Justice); Buster Keaton (The Eternal Prankster); C.V.Raman (The Nature Of Light); Cadawallon, King of Gwynedd (Great British King and Soldier); Caius Julius Caesar (The Glory of Imperial Rome); Captian James Cook (Explorer of theSeven Continents); Carl Gustav Jung (Founding Father of Modern Psychology); Carl Gustav Mannerheim (First President of Finland); Carl Sandburg (The Working Man's Poet); Carleton E. Watkins (Pioneer in Photography); Carlos Saadvedra Lamas (The Argentinean Scholar Diplomat); Carson McCullers (The Lonely Writer); Catherine Helen Spence (Reshaping Australia); Cecil B. DeMille (Father of Epic Films); Cecil Rhodes (Establishing the Empire in Africa); Cesare Beccaria (Redefining Criminal Justice System); Chaim Potok (Interpreting Reality of Poland); Charlemagne ("Charles the Great"); Charles Albert Gobat (Advocate of Educational Philosophy); Charles Babbage ("Father of Computing"); Charles Boyer (Meteoric Star from France); Charles Bukowski Pushing Literary Frontiers; Charles Darwin (The New Theory Of Mankind) ; Charles de Gaulle (Creator of Eternal "Oliver"); Charles Dickens (Creator of Eternal "Oliver"); Charles E. Yeager (Breaking the Sound Barrier); Charles I (King Of The Great Britain and Ireland; Charles II (Restoring the Monarchy); Charles Ives (The People's Music- Maker); Charles Kingsley (The Poet-Naturalist); Charles Lawrence ("The Unfeeling Administrator"); Charles Mingus (The Jazz Guru); Charles of Lorraine (Commander of Austrian Armies); Charles Schulz (Cartoonists' Great Inspiration); Charles Spencer Chaplin (King of Comedy "Charlie Chaplin"); Charles Stewart (Commander of the High Seas); Charles Sumner (Champion of (anti) Slavery); Charles-Pierre Baudelaire (Master of Prose-Poetry); Charlotte Bronte (Novel as Statement); Charlotte Corday (Beautiful Assassin); Charlotte E. H. Brown (Educating a Country); Che Guevara (Hero and Martyr of Young Radicals); Chhatrapati Shivaji (The Great Maratha Warrior); Chris Farley (Cult Comedian of TV); Christiaan Huygens (The Versatile Mathematician); Christian of Brunswick (Administrator of Halberstadt); Christopher Marlowe (Herald of Shakespearean Era); Chritopher Wren (The Visionary and Designer); Clara Schumann (Magic at the Piano); Clarence Darrow (Torchbearer of the Law); Clark Ashton Smith ("Keats of the Pacific"); Clark Gable (Paragon of Actors); Clayton Moore (The Only "Long Ranger" Actor); Clive Staples Lewis (The Writer of Faith and Vision); Colonel John A. Poindexter (Hero of the Confederates); Columbus (Discovering the New World); Congressman Henry Gonzalez (Advocate of Housing); Cordell Hull ("Father of the United Nations"); Corrie Ten Boom (Saviour and Survivor); Count Maurice Polidore Marie Bernhard Maeterlinck (Genius of Drama); Crazy Hourse (A Great and True American Indian); D. H. Lawrence (The Great Literary Revolution); Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl Hammarskjold (Building a Peaceful World); Daisy Bates (Protector of Aborigines); Dalai Lama (Reincarnation of the Buddha); Dale Earnhardt (The Total Motorsports Enthusiast); Damon Runyon (Short Stories from The Dark Side); Daniel Boone (The Original Frontiersman); Daniel Defoe (Creating a Classic); Dante Alighieri (Great Poet of Italy); Dante Gabriel Rossetti (Writer and Artist); David Seymour (Photographer as Artist); Davy Crockett (The Backwoods Hero); Daw Aung San Suu Kyi (Nobel Peace Laureate in Freedom Struggle); Dayananda Saraswathi (The Great Reformer); Dean Martin (Love- Flavored Singer); Democritus (Atomic Scientist" of Ancient Time); Demonax (Scholar of Cynicism); Descartes (Great French Thinker); Diana (Enchanted Princess); Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Empirical Psychologist); Dizzy Gillespie (Redirecting Jazz Music); Dmitri Shostakovich (Making the Piano Speak; Don Agustin (The Emperor); Donald Davidson (Interpreting Mind and Action); Donald George Bradman (The Cricket Immortal); Dorothy Dandridge (Black is Beautiful); Dorothy Parker (Writer's Role Model); Dorothy Sayers (Varsatile Writer); Douglas MacArthur (Hero of Far East War Campaigns); Duke Ellington (Master-Composer of Jazz); Duke Maximilian of Bavaria (Royalty and Renown); Dwight D. Eisenhower (Architect of Allied Invasion, World War Ii); Dylan Marlais Thomas (Voice of a New Generation). Vol.3: E.E. Cummings (Leading Poet of 20th Century); Edgar Allan Poe (Pioneer of Modern Horror); Edgar Rice Burroughs (Creator of Tarzan); Edith Stein (Serving Mankind, Seeking God); Edith Wharton (The Romantic Search); Edmond Rostand (People's Dramatist); Edmund Henry Allenby (Hero of Britain in North Africa); Edmund Hillary (Conqueror of MT. Everest); Edna Ferber (Portraits of the New Age Heroine); Edsel & Eleanor Ford (The Great Legacy); Edvard Grieg (Magic at the Piano); Edward Benjamin Britten (People's Musician); Edward Caird (A Voice of Idealism); Edward III, King of England (One of England's Greatest Kings); Edward Jenner (Destroyer of Small-Pox); Edward Johnson (The Intrepid Soldier-Rebel); Edward Koiki Mabo (Leader of Australian Natives); Edward Lear (Making Sense of Nonsense); Edward S. Curtis (Frontier Photographer); Edward, the Black Prince, Prince of Wales (The Young Prince- Hero of Crecy); Edwin Hubble (The Creator of the Largest Telescope); Eino Leino (Voice of Finland); El Greco (With the Trinity of Artists); Eleuterio Escobar (Leader of Maxican- Americans); Elizabeth Ann Bayley (Sisters of Charity); Elizabeth Cady Stanton (For Women's Emancipation); Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell (Utiting Writer); Elizabeth I ("Virgin Queen"); Elwood R. Quesada (General and Accomplished Administrator); Emanuel Swedenborg (The Grand Quest); Emile Zola (The Sensualist); Emily Bronte (Tragedy of Love); Emily Dickinson (Writer of Distinction); Emma Goldman (Workers' Activist); Emma Lazarus (Poet of Compassion); Emmanuel Kant (Philosopher of Human Knowledge); Emperor Maximilian of Mexico (A People's Martyr); Enrico Fermi (The Nobel Price in Physics, 1938); Epicurus (Freedom From Fear); Erasmus (Essence of Regeneration); Erich Fromm (The Writer on a Quest); Erich Maria Remarque (Great Single-Book Author); Erich von Falkendorff (Elite Class General); Ernest Gellner (Theorist of Modernity); Ernest Hemingway (The Writer as Hero); Ernest Rutherford (Scientist who Split the Atom); Errol Leslie Flynn (The Legendary Hollywood Star); Erwin Rommel ("The Desert Fox"); Estevanico (A Moroccan Explorer in America); Esther B. Aresty (Pioneer of Cook Book Literature); Ethan Allen (The True Republican); Euclid (Enunciating Geometry Theorems); Eugene lonesco (The Drama of Reality); Eugune Victor Debs (Spirited Labour Leading); Eusebio Francisco Kino (Missionary of the Amazan Tribes); Eyrie Coote (Agianst Haider Ali); Ezra Loomis Pound (The Poet's Poet); F. Scott Fitzgerald (Sdtatement of Death-Wish); Fa-Hien (In the Footsteps of the Buddha); Fannie Lou Hamer (Champion of Women's Civil Rights); Fannie Sellins (Leading Workers); Fats Waller (Jazz and Blues Expert); Felton Mathew (Pioneer in New Zeeland); Ferdinand 'Jelly Roll' Morton (Rewriting Piano Style); Ferdinand of Brunswick (Outstanding General of Germany); Field Marshal Jeffrey Amherst (First Governor- General of Canada); Fiorello Henry La Guardia (Eminent Diplomat); Fletcher Christian (Famed Mutineer); Florance Nightingake (Godmother of Nursing Vocation); Fra Angelico (The Painter with Magical Art); Francesco Petrarca (Litrary Force of Italy); Francis Bacon (Elizabethan England's Stateman- Philosopher); Francis of Assisi (God's Poor Little Man"); Francis Scott Key (The First Flag Bearer); Francisco de Goya (One of the Artists' Trinity); Francisco Franco Bahamonde (The Last Spanish Dictator); Francois Fenelon (Champion of Religious Integrity); Francois Truffaut (Master of the Film); Franck Capra (Film Directors' Director); Franck Lloyd Wright (New Dimension of Architecture); Frank Sinatra (The Magic Voice); Frank Vincent Zappa (Music-maker of the Golden Era); Franklin Delano Roosevelt (The "New Deal" President); Franz Kafka (Exploring Frontiers); Fred Waring (Father of Popular Music); Frederick Denison Maurice (Priest and Theologian); Frederick Douglass (Crusader against Slavery); Frederick II (The Great ) (King of Prussia); Frederick McCubbin (The Drawing Genius); Friedrich William I (Second King of Prussia); Friedrich Hayek (Nobel Laureate in Economics); Friedrich Nietzsche (Controversial Modern Philosopher); Fritz Lang (Film Director of Brilliant Visuals); Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin (Musical Genius of Poland). Vol.4: Gabriel Faure (Making Music for the Connoisseur); Gabriel Garcia Marquez ("A Hundred Years of Solitude"); Gabriela Mistral (Poet of the Emotions); Galbraith Lowery Cole (The Soldiers' General); Galilei Galileo (Among the Starts of Astronomy); Gautam Buddha (The Enlightened One); Gene Kelly (Among the Best of Broadway Stars); Gene Roddenberry (Creator of "Star Trek"); Genghis Khan (With Fire and Sword); Geoffrey Chaucer (classical Poet of England); Geoffrey Household (The Chase Thriller Master); George Hegel (Political and Philosopher); George (Patron Saint of England); George Berkeley (Philosophy of Learning); George Bernard Shaw (Plays of Modern Sensibility); George Brinton McClellan ("The Young Napoleon); George Eastman (From Glass Plates to Digital Images); George Eliot (Free- Thinking Novelist); George Gershwin (Enchanting Music Compositions); George Gordon Byron (Poet of Love and Longing); George Hubert Wilkins (The Artic Explorer); George II (King of Great Britain and Ireland); George III (A Disabled King); George Julius (Inventor of Automatic Totalisator); George Lukacs (Explorer of Literary Criticism); George MacDonald (The PreacherPoet); George Mallory (An Adventure Waiting to Happen); George Orwell (Master of Political Satire) George VI (Last King of British India); George Washington (Soldier-Statesman- President); Georges Ivanovitch Carver (Recycling Self-Sufficiency); Georges Seurat (Leading the Neoimpressionists); Geronimo (The Greatest Red Indian); Giacchino Rossini (Defining Opera Music); Giacomo Girolamo Casanova (Notorious Lover and Adventurer); Giacomo Puccini (Last Great Composer); Gibran Khalil Gibran (Poet Immortal); Gilbert keith Chesterton (Prolific Writer); Giordano Bruno (The Enigmatic "Heretic"); Giovanni Papini (Voice of Protest); Giuseppe Garibaldi (Unification of Italy); Giuseppe Verdi (Genius of The Opera); Glenn Miller (Serenade for millions); Golda Meir (Shaping Israel's Destiny); Gottfreid Wilhelm Leibniz (Mathematics and Metaphysics); Grace Frege (Forerunner of Modern Logic); Grace Murray Hopper (First Computer Programmer); Graham Greene (Writing about Politics and Morality); Grand Duke Nicholas (Brave in Retreat); Grant MacEwan (The Original Tree- Planter); Grant Wood (People's Painter); Greta Garbo (The Feminine Mystique); Guglielmo Marconi (The "Father of Radio"); Guillermo Venegas Lloveras (Mexico's Beloved Musician); Guru Nanak (The Essence of the Human Spirit); Gustave Flaubert (Literature as Pure Art); Gustavaus I of Sweden (Soldier and Statesman); H.G.Wells (Pioneer of Science Fiction); H.P. Blavatsky's (Renowed Theosophist); H.L. Mencken (Opinion- Leader in Prose); Hank Williams (Idol of Country Songs); Hannibal (The Great Carthaginian General); Hans Christian Andersen (The Endearing Fairy Tale Writer); Har Gobind Khorana (Nobel Laureate in Biochemistry); Harold D. Lasswell (Eminent Political Scientist); Harold Sidney Bride (Survivor of Titanic Disaster); Harry Allen Smith (The Newspaper Genius); Harry S. Truman (The 33rd President of the USA); Hart Crane (Poet of the Solitary); Hector Berlioz (The Music of Life); Heinrich Heine (Poet of Sense and Feeling); Heitor Villa-Lobos (Celebrated Brazilian Composer); Helen Keller (Leading the Blind); Henri Bergson (Man and the Theory of Consciousness); Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (Painter of Nightlife); Henri Poincare (Genius of Mathematics); Henrik Ibsen (Playwright of Norway); Henry Bessemer (Mass Production of Steel); Henry Chee Dodge (Great Red Indian Leader); Henry David Thoreau (In Tune with Nature); Henry Fielding (Novelist as Sociologist); Henry Fonda (Distinguished Actor); Henry Ford (Changing the Automobile World); Henry Hudson (Charting the North 0West Passage); Henry James (American Writer and Intellectual Idol); Henry Kendall (Portraying Australia in Verse); Henry Miller (Liberating Literature); Henry Moore (Sculpting Life into Stone); Henry Percy, 'Hotspur' (English Soldier of Great Calibre); Henry St. John Bolingbroke (A Courtiers' Unifinished Thoughts); Herbert Marshall McLuhan (The Medis Management Messiah); Herman Maurice Saxe (Marshal General of France); Herman Melville (Sea of Worlds); Hilda Beatrice Hewlett (Mistress of the Aviation World); Ho Chi Minh (The Gentle Giant of Vietnam); Homi Bhabha (Father of India's Atomic Energy Programme); Horace Mann (The Revolutionary); Horatio Kitchener (Lord of the Empire); Howard Carter (Pioneer Egyptologist); Howard Hawks (The Complete Film-Maker); Howard Hughes (Successful Fortune Hunter); Hsuan Tsang (A Chinese Monk in India); Humphrey Bogart (Actors' Actor and Legend); Igor Stravinsky (Famous Russian Commposer); Imre Nagy (Martyr of Hungary); Indira Gandhi (Charismatic Prime Minister); Ingrid Bergman (Great Actress); Iqbal Masih (Child Labor Activist of Pakistan); Isaac Newton (The Guru of Gravity); Isamu Noguchi (Holistic Designer and Architect); Izaak Walton (The Complete Fisherman); J.R.R. Tolkien (Weaving a World of Fantasy); Jack Kerouac (Leading the Beat Generation); Jhack Lemmon (One of The Finest Comedians); Jackie Gleason (The Original Comedian); Jacob Astley (Soldier -Statesman of English Civil War); Jacob Grimm (Bestselling Children's Author); Jacobus tenBroek (Leading Light of the Blind); Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (Women Behind the Man); Jacques Cousteau (Making the Sea Come Alive); Jagdish Chandra Bose (The Life of Plants); James Baldwin (The Big Black Voice); Janes Bennett McCreary (Soldier, Statesman, and Patriot); James Boswell (Master Essayist); James Frederick Ferrier (Journey into the Transcendental); James Herriot (The Animals Writer); James Madison ("Father of the American Constitution"); General Sir James Outram (Defender of Lucknow); James Watt (Harnessing Steam Power); James Wolfe (Successful Career Soldier); Jan Paderewski (Magic with Great Sense); Janis Joplin (Singing for the People); Jawaharlal Nehru (Statesman and Nation-Builder); Jean Anouilh (Prolific Playwright of France); Jean0Baptiste Jourdan (Napolian's General); Jean Baptiste-Jules Bernadotte (Napoleon's Ablest Genral); Jean Baudrillard ("The Nature of Reality"); Jean Jacques Rousseau ("Man is Born free but…"); Jean Moulin (Resisting the German "Wehrmacht"); Jean Paul Sartre (Philosopher and Author); Jean-Henri Fabre (In Tune with Nature); Jeannette Rankin (Emancipation as Supreme Cause); Jeremy Bentham (The Philosophy of Law); Jesse Owens (Track and Field Athlete); Jesus Christ (Turning Point in Human History); Jiddu Krishnamurti (The Quest of the Free Spirit); Jim Corbett (The "Great White Hunter"); Jim Morrison (The Prime Music Band); Jim Thorpe (Extraordinary Athlete); Jimi Hemdrix (Cult Figure of New Generation); Jimmu Tenno (Founder of Japanese Imperial Line); Jimmy Stewart (Accomplished Actor); Joan of Arc (Soldier and Saint); Joaquin Rodrigo (Composer of Fine Music); Joel Chandler Harris (The Dialect Scholar-Publisher); Johan Tserclaes Tilly (Leading Mercenary Soldier); Johann Gottlieb Fichte (Rational and Idealistic); Johann Sebastian Bach (Genius of Music); Johanna Louise (Children's Storywriter); Johannes Brahms (Music Composer of Infinite Harmony); Johannes Gutenberg (Inventor of Printing); Johannes Kepler (Enunciating the Laws of Plantery Motion); Johannes Vilhelm Jensen (Writer as Naturalist); John Adams (The Courageous and Intelligent Statesman); John Augustus Sutter (Son of the Soil); John Brown (Fiery Anti-Slavery Martyr); John Bunyan (The Parable Teller); John Calvin (Thought that Influenced Culture); John Churchill (Duke of Marlborough); John Coltrane (Experimenting with Music); John Davison Rockefeller (The Millionaire's Millionaire); John Denver (Songs of the Heart); John Dewey (Philosophy of Evolution); John Gardner (The Motorcyclist Writer); John Henry "Doc" Holliday (Adventurer and Gunfighter); John Jacob Astor (A Self-Invented Money-Making Machine); John James Ausubon (The Bird-Watcher as Artist); John James Richard Macleod (Discovering Insulin); John Jay (The Incorruptible Judiciary); John Joseph Pershing (Subduing Red Indians); John Keats (Transcendental Love); John Kenneth Galbraith (Exemplary Diplomat); Jonh Lennon (One of the Legendary Beatles); John Logie Baird ("Inventor of Television"); John Manjiro (First Japanesein America); John Marshall (Exemplary Chief Justice); John Maynard Keynes (Redefining Economics); John McCrae (The Doctor-Scholar); John Milton (Poet of Classical Literature); John Muir (Pioneer Environmentalist and Nature-Tripper); John Paul Jones ("Father of the American Navy"); John Perse (The Statesman-Poet of France); John Philip Sousa (Composing Inspiring Music); John Reed (Chronicler of October Revolution); John S. Poindexter (The Long Hard Battle); John Sheppard (The Price of Criminality); John von Neumann (VersaTILE Pioneer); John W. Young (Apollo Spacecraft Commander); John Wayne (The Original Cowboy Star); John Wesley (Founder of Methodisat Church); Jomo Keyatta (Torchbearer of Kenya's Freedom); Janas Salk (Destroyer of Polio); Jonathan Edwards (Theologian of the "Great Awakening"); Jonathan Swift (Creator of "Gulliver"); Jose Marti (The Cuban Rebel); Jose' De San Martin (Liberator of Argentina); Josef Anton Poniatowski (Valiant to the End); Joseph Austen Chamberlain (Eminent Parliamentarian); Joseph Banks (Opening Up The Australian Continent); Joseph Brant (A Red Indian Warrior-Spiritual); Joseph Butler (Icon of Metaphysical Theology); Joseph-Michel Montogolfier (Flying rthe Hydrogen Ballon); Joseph Priestley (Founder of Chemistry); Joseph Pulitzer (Redefining the Newspaper); Joseph Smith (The Mormon Enigma); Joyce Carol Oates (The Writes' Writer); Joyce Kilmer (Poet of Faith and Love); Judy Garland (Showbiz Icon); Judy Garland (Singing for the People); Julia Morgan (Godmother of Modern Architecture); Julio Cortazar (Living Fantasy); Julius Kambarage Nyerere (Shaping Modern Tanzania); Junipero Serra (The Priest-Coloniser); Justin Dart (Leading the Physically Challenged); Karl Marx & Frederick Engels (Godfathers of Socialism); Katherine Mansfield (New Zealand Rediscovered); Kathryn Elizabeth Smith (Professional Entertainer); Kenneth Jernigan (Teacher, Writer, Administrator); Khwaja Mu'inuddin Chishti (The Sufi Supreme); King Faisal IBN Abid al-Aziz (Reshaping Saudi Arabia); King Hussein bin Talal (Father of Modern Jordan); Klemens Lothar Wenzel von Metternich ("The Rock of Order"); Knute Rockne (Legend of the Game); KwameTure (Uniting African Ideologies); L. Ron Hubbard (Interpreter of the Human Spirit); Lance Sergeant John D. Baskeyfield (Winner of Victoria Cross); Langston Hughes (Devising Fusion Poetry); Lata Mangeshkar ("The Nightingale of India"); Laurence Kerr Olivier (Actors' Role Model); Lawrence Durrell (The Mystique of Love); Laxmibai (The Brave Rani of Jhansi); Leif Ericson (The Viking Who Discovered Canada); Leo Baekeland (Inventing Plastic); Leo Szilard (On the Atom Bomb Project); LeoTolstoy (In the Vanguard of Socialist Revolution); Leonardo da Vinci (Unfulfilled Genius of Italy); Lester Bowles Pearson (Putting Canada on World Map); Lewis Carroll (The Wonderland Man); Linus Pauling (Origins of Biotechnology); Lope de Vega (Great Spanish Playwright); Lord Mahavir (Founder of Jainism); Loren Eiseley (Words from the Open Spaces); Louis "Sabu" Martinez (The Exponent of Afro-Cuban Jazz); Louis Armstrong ('The Man Who Lived Music'); Louis Braille (Freeing the Visually Chasllenged); Louis de Broglie (Exponent of Wave Mechanics); Loius Dearborn LaMorre (Last of the Frontier Writers); Loius Riel (The Canadian Enigma); Louisa May Alcott (Great Writer of "Little women"); Louis-Joseph Montcalm (Master of Defences); Lucy Maud Montgomery (Writing for Children); Luigi Pirandello (The Dramatist's Ideal); Luis Alvarez (The Nuclear Scientist); Luis Bunuel (Film Craftsman); Luis F. Leloir (Biochemist Laureate of Argentina); Luis Vaz de Camoes (Poet of Lyricism); Luther Burbank (The Plant-Breeders' Heretic Scientist); Lyndon Johnson (36th President of 6the United States); M.R.James (Biblical Scholar, Antiquary, Palaegrapher and Writer); Madhwacharya (The Dualism of God); Mahatma Gandhi (Father of the Nation); Major General G.G. Meade (Hero of Gettysburg); Malcolm X (Voice of Afro-American People); Mao Tse-Tung (Mao Zedong ) (Changing the World); Marc Chagall (The Style of Innocence); Marc Davis (Animator for Films); Marcel Proust (Bringing Memories to Life); Macro Polo (The Great Traveller and Writer); Marcus Garvey (Black Renaissance and Institution Building); Marcus Tullius Cicero (Ancient Rome: Politics of Philosophy); Margaret Bourke- White (Statement of Photography); Margaret Chase Smith (Political Achiever); Margaret Laurence (Fine Novelist); Margaret Louise Sanger (Pioneer of Contraceptives); Margaret Mead (Anthropologist Extraordinaire); Margaret Mitchell (Epic Novelist); Margaret Saunders (For Animals' Rights); Maria Geoppert Mayer (Scientist and Nobel Laureate); Maria Montessori (Perfecting School Education); Marie and Pierre Curie (Inventors of Radiology); Marie Antoinette (Last Queen of France); Marilyn Monroe (Tragedy Queen of Hollywood); Mario Puzo (Immortalising the Don); Mark Rothko (Art and Expressionism); Mark Twain (Creator of Tom Sawyer); Marmaduke Langdale (Leading Cavalry Commander); Marguis de Sade (The Dark Side of Man); Martha Gellhorn (Journalist); Martha Washington (First Lady, First Worker); Martin Luther King, Jr. (Inspiration for Generations); Marvin Gaye (meteoric Pop Star); Mary Anne Sadlier (Tireless Writer); Mary Baker Eddy (Founder of a Quest); Mary Darby Robinson (Stage and Scandal); Mary Elizabeth Jenkins Surratt (Conspirator and Convict); Matthew Arnold (The Advocate of Established Church of England); Matthew Flinders (Defining the Shape of Australia); Max Planck (Originator of Quantum Theory); Max Weber (Sociology as Discipline); Medgar Wiley Evers (Endearing Writer and Activist); Medha Patkar (Environmental Activist); Medici (The First Medici in Florence, Italy); Meerabai (To Live and Die for Krishna); Menachem Begin (Visionary Leader of Israel); Meriwether Lewis (Across the Continent); Michael Collins (Irish Freedom Fighter); Michael Faraday (Discovering Electro-Magnetic Induction); Michel de Nostradame (Seeing into the Future); Michelangelo [Buonarroti] (The Greatest Artist); Mickey Mantle (The Baseball Hero); Miguel Angel Asturias (The Man with New Vision); Miguel de Cervantes (Hyperbole of Comedy); Mikhail llarionovich Kutuzov (Master of Artillery); Miles Davis (Jazz for the People); Mirza Ghalib (Doyen of Urdu-Persian Poetry); Mohammed Ali Pasha (Moulding the Face of Modern Egypt); Moliere (Among the French Super Playwrights); Moshe Rynecki (Painting Real Life); Mother Teresa (Great Angel of Mercy); Muhammed (The Chosen One); Muultatuli (Voice of the Netherlands); Mustafe Kemal Ataurk (Founder of Turkish Republic); Myles Walter Keogh ('Born a Soldier'). Vol.7: Napoleon Bonaparte (Empire-Builder of France); Narayana Guru (teacher-Saint Exemplified); Nat King Cole (Man with the Golden Voice); Nat Turner (Courageous Slave Leader); Nathan Bedford Forrest (Leading Cavalry in American Civil War); Nathanael Greene (Exemplary Commander; Neil Alden Armstorng (First Man on the Moon); Nelson Horatio (Hero of Trafalgar); Nelson Mandela (Architect of South African Freedom); Netaji Subash Chandra Bose (Founder of the INA); Newel Perry (Guiding Light for the Visually Challenged); Nicolas Charles Oudinot (Brave and Fearless Leader); Niels Henrik David Bohr (Harnessing Atomic Energy); Nikola Telsa (Inventor of Alternating Current); Nikolai Fedorovich Fedorov ("Immortalistic" Philosophy); Nikos Kazantzakis (The Greek Dancer); Nnamdi Azikiwe (First President of Free Nigeria); Noah Webster (Father of the American Dictionary); Noel Godfrey Chavasse (Winner of Two Victoria Cross); Norman (Kingsley) Mailer (Inventor of "Non-Fiction Novel"); Oliver Cromwell (Leading The "Ironsides'); Olof Palme (The Great Swedish Democrat); Orkhan (Son of Othman); Orsan Welles (The Tragic Cinema Hero); Osamo Dazai (Speaking out for Japan); Oscar Wilde (Genius with a Blemish); Osho (Rajneesh) (With and Beyond the Senses); Oskar Schindler (Heroic Samaritan of the Holocaust); Othman (Founder of Ottoman Power); Otis Redding (Popular Singer); Otto EdwardLeopoldvon Bismark (Architect of German Empire); Ottorino Respighi (Versatile Music Composer); P.C. Ray (The Chemistry of Dedication); P.T. Usha (Running into Fame); Pablo Casals (Magic with Strings); Pablo Neruda (Poetry of the Soul); Pablo Picasso (Grand Master of Modern Art); Pancho Gonzales (The Great Tennis Enigma); Parasshurama (The Destroyer of Evil); Patrik White (Australia's Nobel Laureate).
These Biographies capture the essence of a person's life end also reveal the dynamic forces operating in their times. They are not only inspiring but also bear repetition. This set of publications revisits the lives of great men and women who had the rare qualities that made them outstanding. Written in simple and cogent language, these volumes cover the various categories of people arranged in alphabetical order: Great Military Leaders; Explorers; Adventurers; Statespersons; Saints and Philosophers; Literary and Artistic Achievers; Social Celebrities; and the Greatest Women Achievers of all times. A valuable reference work about people whose lives changed the times they lived in. A First ever compilation, a culmination of meticulous research collation, in 8 focused, comprehensive volumes. Human endeavour captured in all its forms and purposes. Presenting the minds, motives, and means of the greatest personalities of the world across the ages. The flowers of human achievement. Here is knowledge packaged expertly for everyone.