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Otto Wichterle (* 1913)
Pavel Tigrid (* 1917)


James Cook (* 1728)
John Cleese (* 1939)
Roberto Benigni (* 1952)
Vanessa-Mae (* 1978)


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František Halas († 1949)
Jiří Frejka († 1952)


Lise Meitnerová († 1968)
Ugo Tognazzi († 1990)
Lou Reed († 2013)



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  1. OSN: Mezinárodní dny a týdny. www.osn.cz [online]. [cit. 2011-10-20]. Dostupné v archivu pořízeném dne 2013-05-21. 
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Portrait of Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam with Renaissance Pilaster.

Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam (1466/69–1536) was a renowned humanist scholar and theologian. He moved in 1521 to Basel, the city where Hans Holbein the Younger lived and had his workshop. Such was the fame of Erasmus, who corresponded with scholars throughout Europe, that he needed many portraits of himself to send abroad. Holbein painted three much-copied portraits of Erasmus in 1523, of which this is the largest and most elaborate. It is likely the one sent to William Warham, Archbishop of Canterbury, in England. Holbein later painted Warham after he travelled to England in 1526 in search of work, with a recommendation from Erasmus, who had once lived in England himself. Holbein's portrait of Erasmus includes a Latin couplet by the scholar, inscribed on the edge of the leaning book on the shelf, which states that Holbein would rather have a slanderer than an imitator. According to art historian Stephanie Buck, this portrait is "an idealized picture of a sensitive, highly cultivated scholar, and this was precisely how Erasmus wanted to be remembered by future generations" (Stephanie Buck, Hans Holbein, Cologne: Könemann, 1999, ISBN 3829025831, p. 50).
průčelí Klementina, (jako ikonka pro použití do šablony)
Vanessa-Mae 2014.jpg
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London,England, 30th Oct 2014 : Vanessa Mae attends the 'Collars & Coats Gala Ball' in Honour of WW1 Service Dogs at Battersea Evolution in London. Photo by See Li
Kapitán James Cook, 25. května 1776. (oficiální portrét)
Italian actor and director Roberto Benigni won an award in Terni in the "Events Valentine"
Lou Reed at the Hop Farm Music Festival.jpg
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Lou Reed performing at the Hop Farm Music Festival on Saturday the 2nd of July 2011
Jiří Frejka 1946.jpg
Jiří Frejka, český divadelní režisér (foto před rokem 1946)
JH van Vleck 1974.jpg
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John Hasbrouck Van Vleck receives the Lorentz Medal from Hendrik Brugt Gerhard Casimir at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Amsterdam
Vladimir krulis 2011.jpg
Autor: Martin.mikeska, Licence: CC BY-SA 3.0
Vladimír Kruliš na setkání s občany, Zlín, 29. říjen 2011
Magnifico cornuto - Ugo Tognazzi cropped.png
screenshot from the film Il magnifico cornuto
Lise Meitner (1878-1968), lecturing at Catholic University, Washington, D.C., 1946.jpg
Autor: Smithsonian Institution, Licence: No restrictions

Creator: Briggs, C.A

Subject: Meitner, Lise 1878-1968        Catholic University of America

Type: Black-and-white photographs

Date: 1946

Topic: Physics      Women scientists

Local number: SIA Acc. 90-105 [SIA2008-5996]

Summary: In 1938, Austrian-born physicist Lise Meitner (1878-1968) fled Germany and eventually became a Swedish citizen. After World War II, Meitner received many awards, including being named "Woman of the Year" at the National Press Club in 1946. She was a Visiting Professor of Physics at Catholic University during Spring 1946. In a press release associated with her arrival, Dr. Meitner emphasized that her goal was "wholly educational": "I have no intention to suggest how atomic energy should be controlled, beyond expressing my sincere hope that no occasion will again arise where it will be utilized in war. A lasting peace is more desirable than the creation of weapons which might lead to the extermination of mankind."

Cite as: Acc. 90-105 - Science Service, Records, 1920s-1970s, Smithsonian Institution Archives

Persistent URL: [1]

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives
Prof. Ing. RTDr. Otto Wichterle.jpg
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Prof. Ing. RTDr. Otto Wichterle, DrSc. (1913–1998) byl český chemik a vynálezce.
František Halas.jpg
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Český básník František Halas.