Astronauten albanischer Herkunft
Erstellt von Albanesi, 07.07.2005, 21:42 Uhr · 69 Antworten · 10.932 Aufrufe
George Tenet/Gjergj Koka (richtiger albanischer Name)
Tania, the daughter of an Italian mother and an Albanian father, was brought up with a passionate interest in the personal and the political. She spent four years at university studying criminology & psychology, although she says what she enjoyed most were the interestin.......
A native of Albania, Mirela Tafaj (pronounced ''Tafai'') follows a long line of exciting new voices introduced to the Canadian public by Opera Ontario, formerly Opera Hamilton. This company has the enviable reputation of spotting new talents that puts the bigger and richer companies to shame. Who can forget the Countess of Ren?e Fleming before she became the reigning American diva? Or Canadian sopranos the likes of Anna Shafajinskaya, who is now making her Covent Garden debut as Turandot, or Isabel Bayrakdarian, who has the Paris Opera and the Met on her datebook this season
Inva Mula-Tchako (alternate spellings Inva Mula, Inva Mula Tchako, Inva Mulla Tchako) (born 1963) is an opera singer born in Tirana, Albania. She is perhaps most well-known to the American pop culture as the soprano voice behind the Diva in the movie The Fifth Element.
Born in Rome, Italy, Kristina O'Donnelly is the daughter of the Austrian Geraldine von Landeck and Macedonian/Albanian/Italian freedom fighter, writer, journalist and newspaper publisher, Shemseddin Sami Vendresha, a.k.a Sami Alberto.
Semseddin Sami Vendresha was born in Skopje (Shkup or Uskup) in 1914, and devoted his life to humanistic causes, chiefly the human rights of the Albanians in Kosova and Albania. Semsettin Sami was the first born of 6 children, and had two brothers, Hasan and Huseyin, and three sisters, Drita, Mesrure, and Ganimet. Ganimet Vendresha, youngest of the six, was a famous primaballerina, who graduated from the Bolshoi Ballet same time as Rudolf Nureyev. One can not understand Kristina O'Donnelly, her modus operandi and her works without considering her family history, beginning with her father.
Gjon Mili (1904-1984)
Born in Albania, Mili ("the genial Albanian" his friend Sean O'Casey called him) came to the United States in 1923. Fifteen years later he was photographing for LIFE magazine (a relationship that continued until his death in 1984), and his assignments took him to the Riviera (Picasso); to Prades, France (Pablo Casals in exile); to Israel (Eichmann in captivity); to Florence, Athens, Dublin, Berlin, Venice, Rome, and Hollywood to photograph celebrities and artists, sports events, and concerts, and. sculptures and architecture.
Full name: Robert Jezebel Dole
Born: July 22, 1903; Russell (western Kansas)
Former Leading Republican in US Senate
Former US presidential candidate
His foreign policy adviser was Ms. Mira Baratta, Croat-American lobyist in Washington D.C.
Monday 2003-02-17 17:02:0
Mira Baretta is not just any Croatian/American, her father was an Ustashi emigre who publicly defended Andrija ARtukovic. As far as Bob Dole is concerned, Albanian origin or not I know that he fought in Southern Italy in World War II and that part is full of Arberesh, Italianized Albanians. Joe DioGuardi is one of them, he for example up until the 1980's thought he was a pure Italian...
Napoleon Bonaparte , Wurzeln aus Albanien bzw Verwandtschaftbeziehungen
james belushi kann sogar albanisch sprechen
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