Tragedies and Triumphs Chapters

When horrific things happen, how a person responds can make a difference in the rest of one's life. In this collection, learn how some individuals triumphed in the face of unspeakable tragedies.

After receiving the prestigious Abel Prize in Norway, Professor John Nash was killed in an accident while riding in a cab en route home from the airpo...

Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and Joseph Stalin are allies in the plan to defeat Hitler.

Beethoven's last public appearance is at the premiere of his 9th Symphony in Vienna on May 7, 1824.

In December of 1955, Doyle wins his case, but the laws remain unchanged.

Patrick dreams of returning to Ireland, and responds to that vision by becoming an apostle to the Irish people.

John Nash is a recognized genius while studying at Princeton and teaching at M.I.T (as C.L.E. Moore Instructor).

Green Hornet crashes in the ocean. Zamp and two men drift in a life raft, surrounded by sharks, hoping someone will find them. They exist on rainwater...

With their knowledge of controlling movement, Wilbur and Orville begin by launching gliders at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.

Read a poem about the life of Jamie Bishop, a German instructor, and Ryan Clark, a 22 year-old senior in Psychology/Biology/English.

By his own measure, Dr. Nash has recovered from schizophrenia.

While suffering from a mental disorder, John Nash has periods of time where he does amazing work.

Marines assault Saipan, but meet with Japanese fighting forces in a brutal battle.

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