(1938-) British equestrian in three-day events. He won three Olympic gold medals 1968 and 1972, and was twice a world champion.
He is associated with horses such as Cornishman, Laureston, and The Poacher, and has won all the sport's major honors.
team: 1968, 1972
team: 1970, 1982
Badminton Horse Trials
Burghley Horse Trials
(1907-) British Keynesian economist. He shared a Nobel Prize in 1977 for his work on trade and capital movements, and published a four-volume Principles of Political Economy 1965–76.
(1815-1872) US military leader. During the American Civil War, he commanded the Pennsylvania volunteers at the Peninsular Campaign, Bull Run, and Antietam 1862. He led the Army of the Potomac, and the Union forces at Gettysburg 1863. After the war, he served as military governor of Georgia, Alabama, and Florida 1868–69.
Born in Cadiz, Spain, Meade graduated from West Point military academy 1835. After working on private railroad and surveying projects 1836–42, he returned to the army, serving in the Mexican War 1846–48.
City in Kansas (USA); zip code 67864.