50 famous 'G' people

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English author of 'The Power and the Glory' and 'The Third Man'
Dutch painter of 'Starry Night' who cut off his ear with a razor
Current chairman and co-founder of Microsoft
German writer (1779-1842) of the poem 'Faust'
American Christian evangelist (b1913) who has preached to more people than any other person in history
Ruler of Libya 1969-2011
Name of the first man in space in 1961
In Christianity, name of an Archangel who typically serves as a messenger to humans from God
British king who lost the American colonies
In Greek mythology, the cupbearer to the Gods
Leader of the Indian independence movement, assassinated in 1948
Prime Minister of the UK 1830-34 who gives his name to a tea
Surname of the uncrowned nine day Queen of England in 1553
Lead singer of the 80s band Culture Club
In the Old Testament, a giant Philistine slain by David
English actor in the films 'The Bridge over the River Kwai', 'Lawrence of Arabia' and 'Star Wars'
Native American leader of the Chiricahua Apache
British author of 'Lord of the Flies' and 'To the Ends of the Earth' trilogy
British commander of the Revenge which fought a Spanish fleet of 50 ships in the Azores 1591
Adopted son of the Roman Emperor Tiberius and father of the Emperor Claudius
Current and first female PM Of Australia
Designer of a rapid-fire gun used in the US Civil War, forerunner of the modern machine gun
Controversial lead singer of the rock group Oasis
American actor in the films 'It Happened One Night' and 'Gone With The Wind' called the King of Hollywood
French post-impressionist painter 1848-1903 who spent his last years in Tahiti
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American singer of 'I Heard It Through the Grapevine' and 'Sexual Healing' shot dead by his father in 1984
18th President of the USA 1869-77
20th President of the USA assassinated in 1881
Only man to be Prime Minister of Great Britain four times
Irish born singer who organized the Live Aid concerts of 1985 and 2005
Swedish born film actress of both silent and talking films
English dramatist, collaborator with Arthur Sullivan in 'The Pirates of Penzance' and 'The Mikado'
American baseball player (1903-41) famous for his farewell speech in 1939
Italian mathematician and astronomer, discoverer of the four largest satellites of Jupiter
Wife of the fabled King Arthur
German inventor of a printing press around 1440
Mythological knight of King Arthur's Round Table renowned for his gallantry and purity
Revolutionary who unified Italy in the 19th century
American pianist and composer of 'Rhapsody in Blue' and 'Porgy and Bess'
English poet, translator and novelist of 'Goodbye To All That' and 'I, Claudius'
English artist known for 'The Blue Boy' and 'The Watering Place'
American actress who played 'Dorothy' in 'The Wizard of Oz'
American actress in the films 'Ghost' and 'Sister Act'
Anglo-American actor in the films 'The Philadelphia Story' and 'To Catch A Thief'
American poet, one of the leading figures of the Beat Generation in the 1950s
Lady said to have rode naked through the streets of Coventry
Argentine Marxist revolutionary, a major figure of the Cuban Revolution
British General killed at the Siege of Khartoum in 1885
Nobel Prize-winning last leader of the Soviet Union
American oil billionaire reputed to be the richest man in the world at his death in 1976

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