In most cases this is just a very small sampling of their accomplishments. Those that want to know more should look them up. 1. Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal [part 1] T.E. Lawrence - scholar, archaeologist, diplomat, and military hero Howard Carter - British archaeologist who discovered King Tut's tomb 25. Florence, May 1908 Giacomo Puccini - Italian opera composer 19. Paris, September 1908 Norman Rockwell - American illustrator best known for magazine covers Pablo Picasso - Spanish-born artist who was one of founders of Cubism George Braque - French painter who was also one of founders of Cubism Edgar Degas - French painter who was one of founders of Impressionism Henri Rousseau - French painter who explored "primitive" or folk art 15. Vienna, November 1908 Sigmund Freud - Austrian who founded the Psychoanalytic movement Carl Jung - Swiss psychiatrist co-founder of analytical psychology Alfred Adler - Austrian psychiatrist Archduke Franz Ferdinand - Habsburg heir to Austro-Hungarian throne Princess Sophie - daughter of heir to throne 3. British East Africa, September 1909 Theodore Roosevelt - 26th President of the United States 21. Benares, January 1910 Jiddu Krishnamurti - Theosophy Society messiah until renounced title Annie Besant - English-born Theosophist leader 20. Peking, March 1910 Yen Fu - one of pioneers in China's endeavor to understand the West 12. Princeton, February 1916 Edward Stratemeyer - author of books such as *The Hardy Boys* Thomas Edison - inventor who holds 1093 patents 1. Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal [part 2] Francisco "Pancho" Villa - Mexican revolutionary leader and guerilla John J. Pershing - U.S. Army General of Spanish American War era George S. Patton - U.S. Army General of WWII era 18. Ireland, April 1916 W.B. Yeats - Dublin-born poet Sean O'Casey - Irish playwright Sean Lemass - Dublin-born political leader 2. London, May 1916 Winston Churchill - British Prime Minister Sylvia Pankhurst - leader in suffrage movement in England 8. Somme, Early August 1916 [part 1] Siegfried Sassoon - British poet and novelist Robert Graves - English poet, novelist and critic 9. Germany, Mid-August 1916 [part 2] Charles DeGaulle - French General, Statesman and President of France 4. Verdun, September 1916 Henri Philippe Petain - French Army officer and head of state Robert Nivelle - French General who was chief assistant to Pertain Charles Mangin - French General also a commander at Verdun Joseph Jacques Joffre - Commander-in-Chief of the French Army 22. Paris, October 1916 Mata Hari - Holland-born who became an exotic dancer throughout Europe 17. Young Indiana Jones and the Phantom Train of Doom Fredrick Selous - English-born hunter and explorer Jan Christian Smuts - South African soldier and statesman Paul Von Lettow-Vorbeck - German-born Prussian military leader Richard Meinertzhagen - involved with British intelligence operations 5. German East Africa, December 1916 [part 1] Barthelemy Boganda - African statesman 6. Congo, January 1917 [part 2] Albert Schweitzer - did medical missionary work 7. Austria, March 1917 Emperor Karl I - last Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary Ottokar Graf Czernin - Foreign Minister in Austro-Hungarian Empire Empress Zita - last Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary Prince Sixtus - son of Robert, the last Duke of Parma 10. Barcelona, May 1917 Sergei Pavlovich Diaghilev - Russian ballet impresario and art critic Pablo Picasso - Spanish-born artist who was one of founders of Cubism 13. Petrograd, July 1917 Vladimir Ilyich Lenin - founder of Bolshevism and Soviet leader 26. Prague, August 1917 Franz Kafka - Czech-born who was influential writer of 20th century 27. Palestine, October 1917 T.E. Lawrence - scholar, archaeologist, diplomat, and military hero Richard Meinertzhagen - had a British military career Harry George Chauvel - Australian commander M.W.J. Bourchier - Australian commander William Grant - Australian commander 28. Transylvania, January 1918 Prince Vlad IV the Impaler - Transylvanian-born ruthless leader 16. Northern Italy, June 1918 Ernest Hemingway - American novelist and short story writer Emanuel Victor Voska - Bohemian native who worked in U.S. intelligence 23. Istanbul, September 1918 Kemal Ataturk - born in Greece and became founder of modern Turkey Halide Edib - she was a nationalist and novelist in Turkey 24. Paris, May 1919 Woodrow Wilson - 28th President of the United States David Lloyd George - British statesman George Clemenceau - political figure and twice Premier of France T.E. Lawrence - scholar, archaeologist, diplomat, and military hero Feisal of Arabia - later became King Feisal I of Iraq Gertrude Bell - British traveler of varied accomplishments Arnold Toynbee - British scholar and diplomat Ho Chi Minh - became Vietnamese leader 11. Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues Sidney Bechet - clarinetist and soprano saxophone player King Oliver - played cornet and was at forefront of New Orleans jazz Louis Armstrong - trumpeter and singer Eliot Ness - law enforcement officer of "Untouchables" fame Jim Colosimo - crime lord of Chicago Johnny Torrio - one of chief crime lords Al Capone - gangster who was king of the Chicago rackets Ernest Hemingway - American novelist and short story writer Ben Hecht - novelist, playwright and screenwriter Charles MacArthur - newspaper-man, and wrote and produced plays 14. Young Indiana Jones and the Scandal of 1920 George Gershwin - pianist who composed popular tunes, musicals, etc. George White - Broadway actor, dancer, and producer Irving Berlin - songwriter and Tin Pan Alley composer Dorothy Parker - wrote short stories, poems, and screenplays Alexander Woollcott - journalist, critic, lecturer, actor, etc.