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Encyclopedia > Charles Clark

Charles Clark was the name of:

  • Charles Clark (governor) (1810–1877), Governor of Mississippi during the American Civil War
  • Charles Clark (judge) (born 1925), a judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit from 1969 to 1992
  • Charles Edgar Clark (1843–1922), an officer of the United States Navy
  • Charles Hutchison Clark (born 1920), an author of books on brainstorming and thought organization
  • Charles Clarke (born 1950), former Home Secretary in UK government

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Charles Clarke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (891 words)
Elected to the British House of Commons in the Labour landslide of 1997, Clarke served less than a year on the back benches before joining the government as a junior education minister in July 1998.
During the 2005 UK Presidency of the European Union, Clarke pressed other member states to pass a directive to require communications data to be stored for law enforcement purposes.
Clarke speaks Cuban Spanish (a legacy of his student links with Cuba), French, and German.
Arthur C. Clarke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2764 words)
Sir Arthur Charles Clarke (born December 16, 1917) is a British author and inventor, most famous for his science-fiction novel 2001: A Space Odyssey, and for collaborating with director Stanley Kubrick on the film of the same name.
Clarke was born in Minehead in Somerset, England, and as a boy enjoyed stargazing and enthusiastically read old American science-fiction magazines (pulp magazines, many of which made their way to England as ballast in ships).
Clarke's influence on the directing of 2001: A Space Odyssey is also felt in one of the most memorable scenes in the movie when astronaut Bowman shuts down HAL by removing modules from service one by one.
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