Benjamín G. Hill (1874-1920) was a military man who fought in the Mexican Revolution fought in Mexico between 1910 and 1917. He held important positions during the armed conflict, including that of Governor of the Mexican State of Sonora, as well as Minister of War and Navy of Mexico. He participated in military campaigns that
Xerxes I (c. 519 BC – 465 BC), also known as Xerxes the Great, was a king of the Achaemenid dynasty, in which he succeeded his father Darius I. Although his government was the which gave way to the collapse of the power of the Persians, was considered the 5th great king of his lineage.
The General Custer(1839-1876) was an American military man who stood out for reaching the rank of general when he was only 23 years old. For that reason he was known as the ‘general boy’. He participated in at least a dozen battles, highlighting the Civil War and several of the Indian wars that occurred during the
Wyatt Earp (1848-1929) was a sheriff, law man, player and police marshal who had a relevant figure for the Western United States. He was involved in the OK Corral shooting, alongside Doc Holliday, a very close gunman and casino gambling player. He was incorruptible and enforced the law whatever it was. He tried to confront
Hippias of Elis (5th century BC) was an expert sophist and polymath of Ancient Greece. He is considered one of the first mathematicians to have information about and is noted for his great contribution to geometry by discovering the equation of the quadratrix . He is also for some historians the “father of mnemonics.” He
Salvador Alvarado Rubio (1880-1924) was a Mexican military man and intellectual, known as one of the most important representatives of the Central American Revolution. This scholar participated in the war in order to free the Mesoamerican country from dictatorship and oppression. General Alvarado was against the ideals of Porfirio Díaz and, along with other soldiers
Athelstan (894-939), grandson of Alfred the Great, was the first great king of England. After the death of his father he took the reins of Mercia and, after the disappearance of his brother, he also ruled in Wessex. He was a dominant figure capable of destroying all Viking and Scottish forces. By winning the Battle