Charles Lindbergh

Charles Lindbergh was the perhaps the greatest hero of the 1920’s and was a symbol of the exploration and risk-taking of the era. Lindbergh’s claim to fame was doing something that many had tried and failed. Seeking a $25,000 prize offered by Franco-American philanthropist Raymond B. Orteig of New York City, Lindbergh set out on Read more about Charles Lindbergh[…]

Charles Lindbergh

Charles Lindbergh is known for his feat of flying solo in a nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean on May 20-21, 1927; He was thefirst man ever to complete the challenge.He immediately became internationally known and was idolized by many.During 1940s, he campaigned against American involvement in WWII and was gravely criticized.Is Charles Lindbergh an Read more about Charles Lindbergh[…]

Charles Kingsford Smith

Charles Kingsford Smith was born at Hamilton, Queensland 9th February 1897.Charles was the youngest of his six siblings, he was a small and energetic boy who would do anything for a dare and loved adventure. He was educated in Canada and Australia and graduated from Sydney Technical College as an Electrical Engineer at age 16. Read more about Charles Kingsford Smith[…]

Charles II

The life of Charles II was filled with dread, fear, and heartbreak.He was the eldest surviving child of Charles I and Henrietta Maria of France.Some say that he was the son of their true love.Charles II was born at St. James' Court.As a child, he was treated like a king.He had a wet nurse and Read more about Charles II[…]

charles dickens

charles *censored*en’s early life was greatly influential in his most famous novels.his childhood was full of tragedies and problems.*censored*ens needed to overcome several obstacles so that he could have a chance at an education.after defeating these hurdles, *censored*ens wrote the novels that have entertained many people for many generations. most of the obstacles that *censored*ens Read more about charles dickens[…]


Charles Robert Darwin is considered one of the greatest scientific minds known to man. Darwin was born on February 17, 1809 in Shrewsbury, England. He was an inventor of many theories and scintific studies during the 1800's. He created the thought of natural selection and evolution into human minds across the world. He was the Read more about CHARLES DARWIN[…]

Charles Cornwallis

When you think of General Charles Edward Cornwallis all most people remember is his defeat at Yorktown, in 1781, which lost the British the Revolutionary War. There is so much more to this great general that people over-look. In January 1777, Cornwallis had American General George Washington trapped but he snuck away and defeated the Read more about Charles Cornwallis[…]

Charlene Spretnak: The Resurgence of the real, Body, Nature

"The Resurgence of the real, Body, Nature", is a critique that explains a wide view of modern society, evidently in Charlene Spretnak's essay. Spretnak is extremely bothered and apposed at how the world has gone forth with its expansions on areas such as globalization, politics, economics and education. Spretnak brings forth a theory for our Read more about Charlene Spretnak: The Resurgence of the real, Body, Nature[…]