Famous People Audios

People who change the world may, or may not, be famous in their own lifetimes. Often it takes years for others to understand forward-thinking contributions. This collection introduces you to some of the world's most-famous people

Abraham Lincoln - one of America's most-famous presidents - left behind many words, although no one today is able to hear his actual voice.

Chapter 10 - After her visit to Boston, Helen and her teacher went on holiday to Cape Cod.

"Annabel Lee" is one of Edgar Allan Poe's most-famous poems.

On its mission to the Moon, Apollo 13 encountered a near-fatal situation.

Helen visited the Perkins Institute for the Blind in May of 1888.

During the summer of 1886, Helen and her parents visited a famous Baltimore physician.

Bram Stoker based his novel, Dracula, on the legend of a real person, Vlad Tepes.

When diplomatic efforts between Britain and Germany failed to end Hitler's attack on Poland - in early September, 1939 - Neville Chamberlain (the Br...

Churchill tried repeatedly to convince FDR to enter the war.

On the 5th of March, 1946, Winston Churchill was worried about the spread of Joseph Stalin's power throughout Europe.

Winston Churchill became Prime Minister on the 10th of May, 1940.

On the 16th of October, 1938, Winston Churchill broadcast a speech urging both his country, and America, to arm themselves.

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