History Of Human Rights

  • Jan 1, 600


    He is born as a shepherd in a poverty family. He is Zoroastrianism. Fought in a war in 539 BC in Babylonia. He became a king in Babylonia. He was praised for freeing the slaves.
  • Oct 9, 655

    Romans Natural Law

    Romans Natural Law
    The Roman Natural Law is like something that tells you between good and bad. Roman Senator Marcus Tulius Cicero realised that they did things without realising so he started to make his own laws.
  • Jun 5, 750

    Magna Carta

  • Napoleon and The French Revolution

    Napoleon and The French Revolution
    Napoleon Bonapartev was born in 15th August 1769 in Corsica in the southeast of France. He was educated in a military school. In 1774 he was in jail for a military failure. In 1785 he became an oficer in the French artillary. He died out of stomach cancer. Napoleon's coffin is in Les Invalides known as the building with the golden rooftop.
  • Mahatma Ghandi

    Mahatma Ghandi
    Mahatma Ghandi was born in India at 1869. He went to school when he was at the age of 6 in Portbandar. He was a lawyer, he went to Britain to study laws. He went to study laws at the Inner Temple College. After his exams he went back to India when his eldest son is 4 years old.
  • Adolf Hitler

    Adolf Hitler
    Adolf Hitler was the president of the Nazi Party and Germany when he was elected as president. He hated the Jews because they took all over the banks in Germany and let the economy fall. So he decided to conquer Europe to destroy the Jews as a race and make Germany stronger.
  • Eleanor Roosevelt

    Eleanor Roosevelt
    She was born in 11th October 1884. She was the first lady to president Franklin D. Roosevelt. She was the first chairman of the United Nations which was establish after WW2. She created the first draft of the Declaration of Human Rights. The document contains 30 Human Rights. And she died at 6th November 1962 at the age of 78.
  • Martin Luther King

    Martin Luther King
    He was born in 1929 born in Alanta, Georgia. In 1957 he was elected as the President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. He wrote 5 books and led a protest in Birmingham, Alabama. He directed the peaceful march of Washington D.C. He was shot dead on a balcony at his motel in Memphis Tennessee.
  • Nelson Mandela

    Nelson Mandela
    He was the first black president in South Africa. Africa was divided into 4 groups. Nelson was his nickname and he is still alive.
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