- Anonymous2 decades agoFavorite Answer
Bush = American idiot.
2005-09-19 21:11:04 補充：
Horatio Nelson (1758 - 1805)
Nelson is a complicated character, he is a natural born leader, and a genius in naval battle, yet his rapid climb up the ranks in the Royal Navy was a mixture of luck, bold actions in ceasing decisive victories, and his uncle's influence in the Navy. As a soldier, he is known to disregard of orders, however this defiance brought him victories against the Spanish off Cape Vincent in 1797, and at the Battle of Copenhagen four years later, where he ignored orders to cease action by putting his telescope to his blind eye and claiming he couldn't see the signal.
Born in Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, the sixth of 11 children, he joined the Navy at age 12. He became a captain at age 20, and saw service in the West Indies, Baltic and Canada. He married Frances Nisbet in 1787 in Nevis, and returned to England with his bride to spend the next five years on half-pay, frustrated at not being at sea.
Over the period 1794 to 1805, under Nelson's leadership, the British Navy proved its supremacy over the French. His most famous engagement, at Cape Trafalgar, saved Britain from threat of invasion by Napoleon, but it would be his last. Struck by a French sniper's bullet he died on the first day of battle, October 21, 1805.
I wrote the first bit myself.
- 2 decades ago
why is english=.=??
- Anonymous2 decades ago
這裡有個網站﹐照字母序介紹許多名人﹐http://www.biography.ms/以下例子是小布什總統﹕George W. Bush was born in New Haven, Connecticut to parents George and Barbara Bush, and grew up in Midland and Houston, Texas. He has four younger siblings: Jeb, Neil, Marvin, and Dorothy. A younger sister, Robin, died of leukemia in 1953 at the age of three. Bush has addressed the issue of his alleged cocaine abuse on several occasions. The 2000 campaign initially refused to answer on principle, but later Bush told the press that, as a condition of Federal employment, he had signed a form averring he had not taken drugs in the previous seven years. When asked if he could have signed it when his father was president, he paused to think, and then answered that he could have. But Bush refused to answer if he had ever taken cocaine. Bush is sometimes referred to as Dubya ( which is a Southern dialect variant of "Double U"), a play on his middle initial "W". His Secret Service codename is Trailblazer or Tumbler.Source(s): http://www.biography.ms/George_W._Bush.html
- Anonymous2 decades ago