Who? Russian anarchist revolutionary. What? Promoted violence to destroy state; naive perspective (state not just one person); followers used assassination after his death. When? 1814-1876. Where? Russia.
Alexander Graham Bell
Who? scientist, inventor, engineer and innovator. What? "invented" the telephone, practical use of electricity. When? 1847-1922; mid 1870s. Where? USA (patent for telephone approved, 1876).
Who? German engineer, industrial designer and industrialist. What? First successful light internal combustion engine. When? 1834-1900. Where? Germany.
Who? British statesman, prime minister, & Chancellor of the Exchequer. What? Reform leader; expanded suffrage to all men who paid rent/taxes; wanted Home Rule for irish. When? 1809-1898. Where? England.
Who? British social reformer. What? Campaigned for urban housing reform; main force behind implementation of social housing, Council housing; wanted open spaces for poor people; founded Charity Organisation Society, formed modern basis for social work. When? 1838-1912. Where? England.
Who? French socialist leader. What? leader of the French Socialist Party (not very Marxist); party merged with Socialist Party of France (more Marxist) in 1905 to form French Section of the Workers' International; assassinated at outbreak of WWI. When? 1859-1914. Where? France.
Who? Italian inventor. What? Created radio telegraph system; radio waves across Atlantic; 1909 Nobel Prize in Physics. When? 1874-1937. Where? Italy.
Who? Irish Protestant landowner, nationalist political leader, land reform agitator, and the founder and leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party. What? Advocated Home Rule; very well regarded by Gladstone & others. When? 1846-1891. Where? Ireland.
Who? Queen of England from House of Hanover. What? Longest rule of any monarch; arranged marriages for grandchildren all throughout Europe, known as "grandmother of Europe." When? 1819-1901, reign: 1837-1901. Where? England.
Wilhelm (William) II
Who? last German Emperor and King of Prussia. What? Monarchy abolished after his rule; removed Bismark from Prime Minister spot. When? 1859-1941. Where? Germany.