William I (circa 1028 – 9 September 1087), also known as William the Conqueror (Guillaume le Conquérant), was the first Norman King of England from Christmas 1066 until his death. He was also Duke of Normandy from 3 July 1035 until his death, under the name William II. Before his conquest of England, he was known as William the Bastard because of the illegitimacy of his birth.
Francesco Sforza, nicknamed Il Duchetto ("The Little Duke"; 30 January 1491 – 1512) was the eldest son of Gian Galeazzo Sforza, duke of Milan, and Isabella of Naples.
Théodore Clovis Edmond Lemartin, known as Léon Lemartin (20 October 1883 Dunes, Tarn-et-Garonne – 18 June 1911, Vincennes) was a pioneer aviator who set a world record on 3 February 1911 at Pau, France when he carried seven passengers in a Blériot XIII Aerobus. He then took eight, eleven and thirteen passengers aloft the following month.
Madani Bouhouche (June 14, 1952 - November 22, 2005 ) was a former Belgian gendarme with the Belgian Gendarmerie, convicted in 1995 for various crimes, including two murders.
Karl Bömelburg (28 October 1885, Elberfeld, today merged with Wuppertal - 1946) was a SS-Sturmbannführer (Storm Unit Leader/Major), head of the Gestapo in France during the Second World War. He notably had authority over section IV J, charged with the deportation of the Jews, for which Alois Brunner (sent in 1943 by Heinrich Müller) was responsible. His aliases included Charles Bois, Mollemburg, and Bennelburger.
Marie-Françoise Audollent (22 May 1943 – 30 March 2008) was a French actress. She was known for her role in The Da Vinci Code. Her other roles have included Éloge de l'amour and Le Comte de Monte Cristo.
Philip (II) of France (29 August 1116 – 13 October 1131) was the first son of Louis VI of France and his second wife Adélaide de Maurienne.
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