Famous People from the 19th Century AD

Guess the Names of these famous people, who lived in the 19th century AD
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Last updated: July 19, 2019
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First Emperor of France, who conquered large parts of Europe
Napoleon Bonaparte
South American independence fighter and President of Gran Colombia
Simon Bolivar
Influencial communist philosopher and author of "Das Kapital" and the "Communist Manifesto"
Karl Marx
Inventor, who greatly improved the steam engine, the unit of power is named after him
James Watt
Chancellor of Prussia and Germany, who played an important role in unifiying Germany
Otto von Bismarck
Russian writer, author of "War and Peace" and "Anna Karenina"
Leo Tolstoy
Classical composer, who paved the way for Romantic Music, composed 9 Symphonies and the "Moonlight Sonata"
Ludwig van Beethoven
Austrian diplomat, who played an important role at the Congress of Vienna, which reinstalled absolutistic role in Europe
Klemens von Metternich
Tenno, who ended the Shogunate, ended japanese isolation and westernized the country
"Princeps mathematicorum", developed the Normal Distribution Function, proved the "Fundamental theorem of algebra" and researched the magnetic field of the earth
Carl Friedrich Gauss
General, who fought for Italian Unification, became ruler of Naples and Sicily, which was united with Sardinia-Piemont under Victor Emmanuel II
Giuseppe Garibaldi
US President during the American Civil War, freed the slaves
Abraham Lincoln
Author of "Sense and Sensibility", "Pride and Prejudice" and "Emma"
Jane Austen
Queen of Great Britain and Empress of India, ruled from 1837 to 1901 during the golden age of the British Empire
Queen Victoria
Philosopher, author of "Thus spoke Zarathustra", "Antichrist" and "Beyond Good and Evil", developed the concept of the Übermensch
Friedrich Nietzsche
Russian writer, known for "Crime and Punishment", "The Brothers Karamazov", "The Idiot"
Fyodor Dostoevsky
Scientist, who researched Electromagnetism and discovered the Law of Induction
Michael Faraday
Prince of Portugal, who became the first emperor of Brazil, which gained its independence
Pedro I
King of Belgium and ruler of the Congo Free State, responsible for massive slaughtering of civilians in Congo
Leopold II
British admiral during the Coalition Wars, died at the Battle of Trafalgar, where the British Navy was able to decisively beat the Franch Navy
Horatio Nelson
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