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Captain Ernest James Salter was a Canadian World War I flying ace credited with nine aerial victories. He would return to service during World War II. Contents 1 Early life 2 World War I 3 List of aerial victories 4 Post World War I 5 Reference 6 Endnotes [ edit ] | 2011/9/16 16:56:41

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As a boy, Perring led the soprano chorus at Her Majesty's Theatre before entering the Royal Academy of Music , studying under Sir Julius Benedict . He later studied in Italy and became a good friend of singer Sims Reeves . On his return to England, Perring commenced a successful career as | 2011/3/28 13:52:58

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James Alfred Ernest Corea grew up in the west coast town of Chilaw . His mother, Henrietta, sent him to be educated at one of the leading educational institutions in Sri Lanka, St.Thomas' College, Mount Lavinia, he excelled in his studies. His younger brother, Victor, also joined him at St

Henry James print that pageTimeline of Henry James


James spent the last 53 years of his life in England, becoming a British subject in 1915, one year before his death. He is primarily known for the series of novels in which he portrays the encounter of Americans with Europe and Europeans. His method of writing from the point of view of a character

James Brown print that pageTimeline of James Brown


James Brown was born in Barnwell, South Carolina on May 3, 1933 to Susie Brown and Joseph ("Joe") Gardner (who changed his surname to Brown after Mattie Brown who raised him). Although Brown was to be named after his father Joseph, his first and middle names were mistakenly reversed on his

James Cameron (journalist) print that page

Cameron was born in Battersea , London, of Scottish parentage; his father, William Ernest Cameron, was a barrister who wrote novels under the pseudonym Mark Allerton. His mother was Margaret Douglas (Robertson) Cameron . [ edit ] Career Cameron began as an office dogsbody with Weekly | 2011/4/7 2:45:22

James Forrestal print that pageTimeline of James Forrestal


Forrestal was a supporter of naval battle groups centered on aircraft carriers . In 1954, the world's first supercarrier was named USS  Forrestal in his honor, as is the headquarters of the United States Department of Energy . He is also the namesake of the Forrestal Lecture Series at the

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James Dewar was born in Kincardine-on-Forth in 1842, the youngest of six boys. He lost his parents at the age of 15. He was educated at Dollar Academy and the University of Edinburgh , where he studied under Lord Playfair , and later became Lord Playfair's assistant. Dewar would also study

James Gould Cozzens print that page

He is often grouped today with his contemporaries John O'Hara and John P. Marquand , but his work is generally considered more challenging. Despite initial critical acclaim, his popularity came gradually. Cozzens was a critic of modernism, and he was quoted in a featured article in Time as | 2011/7/20 19:33:34

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Toney's amateur boxing record is 33 fights, 31 wins and 2 losses with 29 KOs. He won the 1983 and 1984 West Michigan Division Junior Title (156 lb), 1987 Novice Golden Gloves in Manchester (156 lb), 1987 Michigan Silver Gloves (156 lb) and 1988 Ohio State Fair (156 lb) Toney had his first