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  The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

YOUNG INDIANA JONES - HISTORICAL PEOPLE


Indiana Jones met many famous people during his adventures. Most of them were listed below. This is just a short overview. To learn more about these interesting people you have to search on the net. If you have some detailed information about one of those persons feel free to contact me.



Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal - Part 1


- T.E. Lawrence - scholar, archaeologist, diplomat, and military hero
- Howard Carter - British archaeologist who discovered King Tut's tomb


Florence, May 1908


- Giacomo Puccini - Italian opera composer


Paris, September 1908


- Norman Rockwell - American illustrator best known for magazine covers
- Pablo Picasso - Spanish-born artist who was one of founders of Cubism
- George Braque - French painter who was also one of founders of Cubism
- Edgar Degas - French painter who was one of founders of Impressionism
- Henri Rousseau - French painter who explored "primitive" or folk art


Vienna, November 1908


- Sigmund Freud - Austrian who founded the Psychoanalytic movement
- Carl Jung - Swiss psychiatrist co-founder of analytical psychology
- Alfred Adler - Austrian psychiatrist
- Archduke Franz Ferdinand - Habsburg heir to Austro-Hungarian throne
- Princess Sophie - daughter of heir to throne


British East Africa, September 1909


- Theodore Roosevelt - 26th President of the United States


Benares, January 1910


- Jiddu Krishnamurti - Theosophy Society messiah until renounced title
- Annie Besant - English-born Theosophist leader


Peking, March 1910


- Yen Fu - one of pioneers in China's endeavor to understand the West


Princeton, February 1916


- Edward Stratemeyer - author of books such as *The Hardy Boys*
- Thomas Edison - inventor who holds 1093 patents


Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal - Part 2


- Francisco "Pancho" Villa - Mexican revolutionary leader and guerilla
- John J. Pershing - U.S. Army General of Spanish American War era
- George S. Patton - U.S. Army General of WWII era


Ireland, April 1916


- W.B. Yeats - Dublin-born poet
- Sean O'Casey - Irish playwright
- Sean Lemass - Dublin-born political leader


London, May 1916


- Winston Churchill - British Prime Minister
- Sylvia Pankhurst - leader in suffrage movement in England


Somme, Early August 1916 Part 1


- Siegfried Sassoon - British poet and novelist
- Robert Graves - English poet, novelist and critic


Germany, Mid-August 1916 Part 2


- Charles DeGaulle - French General, Statesman and President of France


Verdun, September 1916


- Henri Philippe Petain - French Army officer and head of state
- Robert Nivelle - French General who was chief assistant to Pertain
- Charles Mangin - French General also a commander at Verdun
- Joseph Jacques Joffre - Commander-in-Chief of the French Army


Paris, October 1916


- Mata Hari - Holland-born who became an exotic dancer throughout Europe


Young Indiana Jones and the Phantom Train of Doom


- Fredrick Selous - English-born hunter and explorer
- Jan Christian Smuts - South African soldier and statesman
- Paul Von Lettow-Vorbeck - German-born Prussian military leader
- Richard Meinertzhagen - involved with British intelligence operations


German East Africa, December 1916 Part 1


- Barthelemy Boganda - African statesman


Congo, January 1917 Part 2


- Albert Schweitzer - did medical missionary work


Austria, March 1917


- Emperor Karl I - last Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary
- Ottokar Graf Czernin - Foreign Minister in Austro-Hungarian Empire
- Empress Zita - last Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary
- Prince Sixtus - son of Robert, the last Duke of Parma


Barcelona, May 1917


- Sergei Pavlovich Diaghilev - Russian ballet impresario and art critic
- Pablo Picasso - Spanish-born artist who was one of founders of Cubism


Petrograd, July 1917


- Vladimir Ilyich Lenin - founder of Bolshevism and Soviet leader


Prague, August 1917


- Franz Kafka - Czech-born who was influential writer of 20th century


Palestine, October 1917


- T.E. Lawrence - scholar, archaeologist, diplomat, and military hero
- Richard Meinertzhagen - had a British military career
- Harry George Chauvel - Australian commander
- M.W.J. Bourchier - Australian commander
- William Grant - Australian commander


Transylvania, January 1918


- Prince Vlad IV the Impaler - Transylvanian-born ruthless leader


Northern Italy, June 1918


- Ernest Hemingway - American novelist and short story writer
- Emanuel Victor Voska - Bohemian native who worked in U.S. intelligence


Istanbul, September 1918


- Kemal Ataturk - born in Greece and became founder of modern Turkey
- Halide Edib - she was a nationalist and novelist in Turkey


Paris, May 1919


- Woodrow Wilson - 28th President of the United States
- David Lloyd George - British statesman
- George Clemenceau - political figure and twice Premier of France
- T.E. Lawrence - scholar, archaeologist, diplomat, and military hero
- Feisal of Arabia - later became King Feisal I of Iraq
- Gertrude Bell - British traveler of varied accomplishments
- Arnold Toynbee - British scholar and diplomat
- Ho Chi Minh - became Vietnamese leader


Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues


- Sidney Bechet - clarinetist and soprano saxophone player
- King Oliver - played cornet and was at forefront of New Orleans jazz
- Louis Armstrong - trumpeter and singer
- Eliot Ness - law enforcement officer of "Untouchables" fame
- Jim Colosimo - crime lord of Chicago
- Johnny Torrio - one of chief crime lords
- Al Capone - gangster who was king of the Chicago rackets
- Ernest Hemingway - American novelist and short story writer
- Ben Hecht - novelist, playwright and screenwriter
- Charles MacArthur - newspaper-man, and wrote and produced plays


Young Indiana Jones and the Scandal of 1920


- George Gershwin - pianist who composed popular tunes, musicals, etc.
- George White - Broadway actor, dancer, and producer
- Irving Berlin - songwriter and Tin Pan Alley composer
- Dorothy Parker - wrote short stories, poems, and screenplays
- Alexander Woollcott - journalist, critic, lecturer, actor, etc.


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