portraits of impact In war and science

These are portraits from a wide range of eras and backgrounds. Everyone in this gallery has a significant impact on their generation in the field of science of war. These impacts change depending on the time period they lived in.

Sir Alex Onslow was an English Officer who played a distinguished role at the Battle of Camperdown, which was the naval action fought in October 11, 1797
Theodore Roosevelt was an American politician, author, naturalist, soldier and explorer. He serve as president and he was a leader of the republican party.
Becoming only the second female war artist; Stella Bowen was a pioneer during WWII and paved the way for women artist.
Shigeo Sawada, trading company executive who cam to Sydney in the behalf two of the member of his company to establish the first independent Japanese abroad.
Frank Ferner was an Australian scientist who distinguish his into virology which is the study of virus. Two of his greatest achievement was to eradicate the smallpox and control rabbit plague.
Lowitja O'Donoghue Australian Government was appointed inaugural chairperson of the now dissolve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission who the government affected their lives.
John O'Keefe was an Australian rock and roll whose his career begin in 1950s.
Paul Kelly is an Australian singer and songwriter, guitarist, and harmonica player. He has performed solo, and has led numerous groups, including the Dots, the Coloured Girls, and the Messengers.
A renown neurosurgeon and founder of Cure For Life; Charles Teo has excelled in his field the way not many people have.
This portrait of a famous singer/songwriting exemplifies the women influence of music during the 1990s
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