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Grégoire Solotareff

Grégoire Solotareff is ArtDoc, WriterDoc and more

Grégoire Solotareff (* 8. August 1953 in Alexandria) is a french author and illustrator of childrens books.

Primarily he had been working as medical doctor. In 1997 he got a German youth literature prize for “Du groß, und ich klein”.

Grégoire Solotareff (* 8. August 1953 in Alexandria) ist ein französischer Autor und Illustrator von Kinderbüchern.

Solotareff war zuerst als Arzt tätig und lebt zurzeit in Paris. Im Jahre 1997 erhielt er den Deutschen Jugendliteraturpreis für das Buch Du groß, und ich klein. Auf Deutsch sind nur einige seiner Werke erschienen, u. a. auch das Kleine Museum, in dem knapp 150 Ausschnitte aus Gemälden Begriffe von Adler bis Zylinder zeigen. Continue reading Grégoire Solotareff

Joseph-Ignace Guillotin

Joseph-Ignace Guillotin was PoliticDoc and NOT InventorDoc

Joseph-Ignace Guillotin (French pronunciation: ​[ɡijɔtɛ̃]; 28 May 1738 – 26 March 1814) was a French physician, politician and freemason who proposed on 10 October 1789 the use of a device to carry out death penalties in France, as a less painful method of execution. While he did not invent the guillotine, and in fact opposed the death penalty, his name became an eponym for it. The actual inventor of the prototype was Antoine Louis. Continue reading Joseph-Ignace Guillotin

Bernhard Kouchner

Bernhard Kouchner is PoliticDoc and CharityDoc

Bernard Kouchner (born 1 November 1939) is a French politician and physician. He is the co-founder of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and Médecins du Monde. From 2007 until 2010, he was the French Minister of Foreign and European Affairs in the center-right Fillon government under president Nicolas Sarkozy, although he had been in the past a minister in socialist governments. In 2010, the Jerusalem Post considered Bernard Kouchner the 15th most influential Jew in the world.[1] Since 2015 Kouchner is workstream leader for the AMU (Agency for the Modernisation of Ukraine), where he contributes his expertise in healthcare. Continue reading Bernhard Kouchner