eBook Encyclopedia of World Biography: 2010 Supplement, 2nd Edition

  • Volume 30
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  • ISBN-10: 1414462786
  • ISBN-13: 9781414462783
  • DDC: 920.02
  • Grade Level Range: 8th Grade - College Senior
  • 573 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released August 2010
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010
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Encyclopedia Of World Biography Supplement 2E, Volume 30, continues the augmentation of the second edition and its supplements, Volumes 18 through 29.

Originally published in 1973 by McGraw Hill, Encyclopedia Of World Biography, (EWB) was entirely revised and updated in 1998 with the appearance of the 17-volume second edition set—the first complete revision in 25 years. Mother Theresa. Princess Diana. Tom Clancy. Johnnie Cochran. Betty Shabazz. These are just a few of the people covered in the almost 7,000 entries on notables from every part of the world and from every time period, representing a 40 percent increase from the first edition.

Also included in the revised edition: approximately 500 new entries, with more multicultural coverage, thousands of high-resolution photographs, updated entries and bibliographies, including new developments since the last edition and newly discovered facts and interpretations of historical figures, easy-to-use page format, with straightforward reference to satisfy students and patrons, multi-access, consolidated index, easier to search than ever before, and much more.

Each supplement volume adds 175 new individuals not covered in the 17-volume EWB and existing supplements, Like other volumes in the EWB series, Supplement 30 represents a unique, comprehensive source for biographical information on those people who, for their contributions to human culture and society, have reputations that stand the test of time.

Note: The e-book version of this authoritative set includes not only the 17 volumes in the second edition, but annual Supplement volumes 18-30—all in one convenient collection. All of the photographs from the second edition and Supplement volumes 18-30 are included.

Features and Benefits

  • 175 new individuals not covered in the 17-volume EWB and existing supplements.
  • An essay of approximately 2,000 words in length that offers a substantial treatment of the person’s life.
  • Bibliographic section arranged by source type.
  • Portraits or depictions that accompany many of the articles.
  • A useful index for quick reference that covers not only entrants but related persons, places, battles, treaties, works of art, ideas, philosophies, styles, movements, and more.

What's New

  • Entries are arranged alphabetically and include: Bold-faced, descriptive opening paragraph with birth/death years, a capsule identification, and a statement of the person’s significance.

Alternate Formats

  • Casebound Edition

    ISBN-10: 0787691240  | ISBN-13: 9780787691240

  • Casebound Edition

    ISBN-10:  141445905X | ISBN-13:  9781414459059

Table of Contents

St. Alphonsa of the Immaculate Conception.
Bartolomeo Ammanati.
Regina M. Anderson.
Andronikos II Palaiologos, Emperor of Byzantium.
Ernest Ansermet.
Francois Arago.
Pedro Eugenio Aramburu.
Georges Auric.
Vincent Auriol.
Isabelle Autissier.
Walter Baade.
James Anthony Bailey.
Cristobal Balenciaga.
J. G. Ballard.
Ann Bancroft.
Isabel Chapin Barrows.
Elizabeth Barry.
Gasparino Barzizza.
Jacques Barzun.
Giorgio Bassani.
Adolf Bastian.
Eleanor Baum.
Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes.
Friedrich Bergius.
Hendrik Petrus Berlage.
Hippolyte Bernheim.
Edward Blake.
Vasily Konstantinovich Blucher.
Arlene Blum.
Augusto Boal.
August Boeckh.
Arrigo Boito.
Robert Bolt.
Jim Bowie.
Anne Bracegirdle.
Lydia Moss Bradley.
Josef Breuer.
Thomas Makdougall Brisbane.
Herb Brooks.
Hallie Quinn Brown.
John Moses Browning.
Ned Buntline.
John Bernard Burke.
Susan Butcher.
Mary Steichen Calderone.
Hortense Calisher.
Cornell Capa.
Richard D’Oyly Carte.
Rosalynn Carter.
Rosemary Casals.
Aime Cesaire.
Leonard Chess Swami Chinmayananda.
Conchita Cintron.
Mamie Phipps Clark.
Carlo Collodi.
Realdo Colombo.
Mary Colum.
James J. Corbett.
Gaspard Gustave de Coriolis.
Martin Cortes de Albacar.
R. Crumb.
Paulina Wright Davis.
Doris Day.
Forest De Marian.
Thomas West De La Warr.
Oscar Stanton De Priest.
Donna De Varona.
Dolores Del Rio.
Willie Dixon.
Larry Doby.
Allen Dulles.
Eleonora Duse.
Jose Maria Eca de Queiros.
Jake Ehrlich.
Ahmet Ertegun.
Bartolomeo Eustachi.
Girolamo Fabrici.
W. Mark Felt.
Horton Foote.
Cornelia Funke.
Alexander Garden.
Gerald Gardner.
Pat Garrett.
Zinaida Gippius.
Steffi Graf.
Hetty Green.
Marjorie Grene.
Carlotta Grisi.
Victor Gruen.
Gary Gygax.
Mia Hamm.
Caroline Harrison.
Ernie Harwell.
Gladys Heldman.
Albert Hofmann.
James Wong Howe.
William Ambrose Hulbert.
John Hughlings Jackson.
Nell Jackson.
James Jamerson.
Emil Jannings.
Michaelle Jean.
Fergie Jenkins.
Ban Johnson.
Georgia Douglas Johnson.
Johnnie Johnson.
William Joyce.
Jack Kirby.
Charles R. Knight Leonhard Koeppe.
Ray Kurzweil.
Carl Laemmle.
Stieg Larsson.
Stan Lee.
Karl Richard Lepsius.
Sylvain Levi.
Helen Levitt.
Jerry Lewis.
Judith Leyster.
Myra Adele Logan.
Nancy Lopez.
William Moulton Marston.
Curtis Mayfield.
Dmitry Medvedev.
Marvin Miller.
Henry Gwyn Jeffreys Moseley.
Mother Marianne.
Harry Murray.
Scott Nearing.
John Ogilby.
Walter Francis O’Malley.
Pier Paolo Pasolini.
Claire Phillips.
Ilya Piatetski-Shapiro.
Patriarch Pimen I.
Tito Puente.
Marcantonio Raimondi.
Meghnad Saha.
St. Scholastica.
Jane Johnston Schoolcraft.
Thelma Schoonmaker.
John Thomas Scopes.
W. G. Sebald.
Mary Ann Shadd Cary.
Shaw Brothers.
Ryotaro Shiba.
Shigetaro Shimada.
Viktor Shklovsky.
Walter Wellesley "Red" Smith.
Robert Holbrook Smith M.D.
Georg Solti.
Annika Sorenstam.
Carl W. Stalling.
William Steinway.
George Gabriel Stokes.
James Stuart.
Pat Summitt.
Marina Svetlova.
Carl Tausig.
Osamu Tezuka.
Vladislav Tretiak.
Tasha Tudor.
Bill Veeck.
Lars von Trier.
Diana Vreeland.
Bill W.
Francis Walsingham.
Ida B. Wells.
Frank Anthony Wilczek.
Esther Williams.
Natalie Wood.
Shneur Zalman.
Stefan Zweig.