Nelson Mandela: the man who defied the w Dubai
Nelson Mandela: the man who defied the whites (not being racist)!
Nelson Mandela was born in a tribe's home in SA (South Africa) and his father was to become a chief but died somehow. He was adopted by the chief of the tribe and grew up in his house and along with him lived his brother. The chief took him under his wing and cared for him...
The chief cared for him, sent him to school and even recommended a person to give him a job and then he got a job. Taking this for granted, he gave up his job by not actually resigning but sleeping during working hours, his manager quickly noticed that and fired him hastily. He went to Johannesburg, the capital, and started working there, there he was once again fired but not because of sleeping but not telling the chief he left his old job and once the manager got to know he was furious, so he again got fired and then in his 3rd job, he met Walter Sisulu who would become his life-long friend. He was bullied for being black by other whites, Walter Sisulu experienced the same and they both formed a gang along with a few other blacks and started protesting, at first others felt like he was wasting his time doing all this but slowly every black in town realized the urgency of doing and following what he did, after a few months his gang was almost a crew of a thousand members and he was the hero among the South Africans, he was regarded the same way as Indians regarded Mahatma Gandhi who realized the need and urgency of getting independence from the British. Anyways, at first hundreds of people got shot and were killed but his small army kept protesting and in the process, millions of people were killed (all-in-all), he and Walter Sisulu were jailed several times in the harshest prisons and during this period, Mandela got a chance to write his biography... he wrote all this in Robben Island, one of the harshest prisons to be built, this prison was alone and he was a D-class, the lowest class, he was permitted one letter and one person to meet him every 6 months, then he went to another prison, I don't remember the name of the prison, but he was in better conditions, 52 letters an year and I've forgotten the number of people allowed too. Finally, whites started protesting against whites who killed innocents... and the brutal whites finally took mercy and after all this, he turned 70 and for this special birthday, he celebrated it in the Emirates Stadium in London, he also heard that his wife was accused of murdering hundreds of innocent citizens but he stayed loyal to her but after seeing it with his own eyes, he divorced her. Then he married another women and his 90th birthday was also celebrated in the Emirates Stadium, in 2013, at the age of 95, he passed away and the entire world mourned his death.
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Japan: the most resilient country in the world!
So today you will be reading about a country not a biography and the country will be Japan.
Japan has always been attacked and always been on of the most vulnerable countries and has been struck by earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, Americans bombing them, jellyfishes, whatnot? But somehow the Japanese always come out of this and always ended up better off. So in August 1945, Hiroshima and Nagasaki were bombed and millions ended up dying but from then onward America has not even able to sell a needle to them. The 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami left tens of thousands of people dead or missing and was one of the most tragic events in history.
Charles Darwin: the man who identified mankind!
Charles Darwin was born in February 12, 1809 to a wealthy couple, his childhood is pretty boring, but his life is very interesting. He found most of the subjects very boring, and Classics and Greeks useless, but he liked reading Shakespeare. Charles Darwin's described his father, Charles Darwin, as the biggest man, both in size and personality. His father was a doctor as was his grandfather Erasmus Darwin, their whole family wanted him to be a doctor but he found it disgusting when he had to dissect a small child, after this point of time, he never went into a biology lab in his life again. He was very interested in evolution classes and was strongly against religion when it came to something like this, according to the Bible, it said that god made this perfect world so nothing evolved, but he strongly opposed it. He thought that religion and science didn't have much relation. But moving on, he traveled across the globe on his Voyage on the Beagle trip (the ship's name was HMS Beagle), he was on this ship for 5 years and he realized how the world lived and how they were in a luxurious state. After coming back, he started watching lectures and learned a lot and his professors were impressed with him and taught him more. His marriage isn't that important but his later years were more fruitful, he started writing a lot and his childhood beetle collection was taken to the museum, he took this as a motivation and did so much more, although in May 1822 he started getting weaker and a month later in April he died! His family wanted to bury him next to his house but his cousin and friends thought that he should be buried in somewhere honorable and they together mounted a campaign and buried him in Westminster Abbey, where some of the most literary and famous people were buried (including Shakespeare) and this is where his life story ends...
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Thomas Alva Edison: the man who lit up the world!
Edison was born on the 11th of February in 1847 to a very poor family. His father and mother were not very wealthy and they were forced to go to Canada when the war started. His early life was in Canada and studied at a local school. His important years came in his teenage years, especially from 16 onward; he had bravely saved a child's life when working for the railways and the father of the child taught him telegraphy as a reward. He eagerly learnt telegraphy and it allowed him to make his own machine and send codes to and fro once every hour, after his boss saw him napping while the machine automatically reported, he immediately fired him. From then onward he got interested in telegraphy. He quickly started experimenting in Menlo Park and soon earned the title as the 'Wizard of Menlo Park', he started working on light bulbs. He started using different filaments, and after experimenting for months, he finally decided to use carbon, but bamboo sticks were a favorite for him as well. On the New Year's eve of 1879, he revealed his incandescent light bulbs to Menlo Park, NJ (New Jersey). He also invented the phonograph which was another breakthrough invention. The vote recorder he made for the Congress was impressive but others judged it as 'the last thing we would want to have would be this', sadly and tragically, this invention was never used. He married Mary Stilwell in 1871 and had their first child few years later. After his wife died, he married another woman, this time Mina; Mina went with him wherever he went and his gift for his wife was a huge mansion in the countryside since they both thought the city wasn't their type. This 29-room mansion was gigantic and Helen Keller, Henry Ford and more came into his house, although Ford was his personal friend (they both were very close). This would be his home until 1931 when he died, he lived here for 45 years, and his total life span was 84 years. He lived over half his life here and the day he died, will be never forgotten, he was known as the inventor of the 20th century.