• Then, let it be Lomonosov. A smart guy who left his village and came on foot to Moscow to educate himself. A really strong one. Later: Russian poet, scientist, and grammarian who is often considered the first great Russian linguistic reformer. 

    M.V. Lomonosov by L.Miropolskiy after G.C.Prenner (1787, RAN).jpg

    • Hi, O.M. Thank you for your response. I didn't know about him but I know he was a scientist and poet. He had a lot of talent like Leonardo da Vinci.

  • Well, Nelson Mandela has been mentioned, as well as Janusz...I'll need some time to think yet...But now a bit busy )) Cos don't want to be "repe"...))

    • Hi, I wait for yuou.

  •  i think that guy Janusz Korczak was a cool dude.

    Janusz Korczak
    Janusz Korczak, the pen name of Henryk Goldszmit (22 July 1878 or 1879 – 7 August 1942), was a Polish Jewish educator, children's author, and pedagog…
    • Hello, WinnieThePooh. Thank you for your response. I don't know about him but he must be a great person.

    • He was....the greatest one in the whole world I have to say. 

  • Gandhi ?  Hey man , which Gandhi do you talk about ?Mahatma Gandhi , Indira Gandhi , Kasturba Gandhi ? 2) M.L.King, JR..why ?  Why not Malcolm X ?....

    • Hey, man, I talk about Mahatma Gandhi. Why not Malcolm X? Because I don't know much about him.

  • I would like to add Nelson Mandela, the first President of South Africa to be elected in the first free elections. In an election in which all citizens of the country, regardless of skin color, took part for the first time after the end of apartheid.

    Even after 27 years in prison, he was not full of hatred for the apartheid regime in South Africa, on the contrary, only four years after his release in 1990 the indomitable fighter against racism made it to one with the last president of the White Regime, Frederik de Klerk to adopt a provisional constitution and organize democratic elections. Mandela's goal was the politics of reconciliation and forgiveness. Respect!


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