Titel: Deaths from congestive heart failure
Elizabeth Taylor, Chuck Jones, Lionel Hampton, Adlai Stevenson, Isaac Stern, Gene Rayburn, Ginger Rogers, Barbara Stanwyck, Max Steiner, Marian Anderson, Chester Gould, Dana Andrews, Ted Kennedy, Robin Olds, Walter O'Malley, Boris Yeltsin.
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13. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 184 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 184. Chapters: Elizabeth Taylor, Chuck Jones, Lionel Hampton, Adlai Stevenson, Isaac Stern, Gene Rayburn, Ginger Rogers, Barbara Stanwyck, Max Steiner, Marian Anderson, Chester Gould, Dana Andrews, Ted Kennedy, Robin Olds, Walter O'Malley, Boris Yeltsin, John J. Pershing, Pham Van Dong, Jo Stafford, Felix Frankfurter, Betty Friedan, Leona Helmsley, Roy Rogers, William Conrad, John Taylor, Jack Lord, Buddy Miles, Edmund Muskie, William Tenn, Ezra Taft Benson, Leland G. Mims, Jerry Wallace, Lewis Arquette, Kitty Carlisle, John Payne, Douglas T. Jacobson, Gillo Pontecorvo, Robert Drinan, Donald O'Connor, Alvino Rey, John Bridgers, Gordon A. Craig, Guenter Wendt, Jerry Wexler, Frederick Sontag, Gene Barry, Alfred A. Knopf, Sr., Rex Humbard, Miriam A. Ferguson, Walter Coy, Homer L. Wise, Lilyan Chauvin, Grady Johnson, Gil Stratton, James Jones, Ernest Trova, Andy Hallett, Edward Samuel Rogers, Hope Summers, Juanita Hansen, Ada Comstock, Irwin Gunsalus, Irene Sharaff, Bob May, Jerald terHorst, James P. Mitchell, Ned Buntline, Ken Timbs, James J. Kilpatrick, Herbert Krause, Constance Baker Motley, Brad Ecklund, Judy Lynn, Vivian Blaine, Frank Yerby, Thomas N. Schroth, Huntz Hall, Lou Dorfsman, Earl Wild, Dorothea Holt Redmond, Olavo Setúbal, Geraldine Clinton Little, Marshall Thompson, Helen Forrest, Wayne Dumont, Larry Harmon, Robert Galambos, Eugenia Price, Thomas Congdon, Buddy McDonald, Harold Cruse, Lois Roisman, Wilton G. S. Sankawulo, Howard Judd, Mac Foster, David Butler, Frederick Bayer, Charlotte Kohler, Art Frantz, Tessie O'Shea, Samuel Okwaraji, Kenneth A. Roberts, Tim McIntire, Lamont Johnson, Herb Carneal, Walter O'Keefe, Irene Manning, Howie Dallmar, Joseph Strick, Edward Kent, Mildred Wolfe, Jerome Moross, Robert Middleton, Roger C. Carmel, John Trudeau, Edward Vesala, Harold M. Ryan, Gordon Manning, Hermann Merkin, William Claxton, Marjorie Reynolds, Ike Pappas, Justine Johnstone, Elisabeth Fraser, Edward Ashley-Cooper, Miss Frances, Myron Waldman, Nelson Gidding, Max Factor, Jr., Margaret Early, Milton Frome, Charles E. Chamberlain, Eugene Hamilton, Peggy Rea, Lon McCallister, Harvey Kirck, Johnnie High, Nancy Parsons, Kelsie B. Harder, Abdel Moneim Madbouly, Benjamin Holman, Leonard Eron, Robert Merritt, Lester Ziffren, Samuel Dash, Walter Bareiss, Stacy Keach, Sr., Kay Deslys, G. Wood, Richard De Angelis, Burt Topper, Ahmet HadzipaSic, Jim Pash, Robert Anderson, Richard Neal, Chiang Hsiao-wu, Jim Padgett, Louis W. Sauer, Tetsu Komai. Excerpt: Theodore Samuel "Teeder" Kennedy (December 12, 1925 - August 14, 2009) was a professional ice hockey centre who played his entire career with the Toronto Maple Leafs from 1942 to 1957 and was captain for eight seasons. He was the first player in NHL history to win five Stanley Cups and is the last Maple Leaf to win the Hart Trophy for most valuable player. He was an essential contributor to the Maple Leafs becoming the National Hockey League's first dynasty. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1966. He has been called the quintessential Maple Leaf and by some the greatest player in the team's history. Kennedy was raised in the small Ontario town of Humberstone, now Port Colborne. Kennedy was born just eleven days after his father was killed in a hunting accident. His mother, left alone to raise four children, took a job at the local hockey arena which became Kennedy's second home. After a stellar junior hockey career, Kennedy first came to the atte...