Do you know who the "Frettiof Nansen" is, who "Google" celebrates his birth today?

 Do you know who the "Frettiof Nansen" is, who "Google" celebrates his birth today?

     Do you know who the "Frettiof Nansen" is, who "Google" celebrates his birth today?



    A mysterious figure for many in the Middle East, despite the importance of its impact on the lives of people all over the world, in light of the period of turmoil in many countries, and led to large waves of migrations due to wars, or political turmoil. He is the Norwegian explorer, “Frettiov Nansen”, which Google has put today on the list of topics most discussed on social networks, after it commemorates the fifty-sixth anniversary of his birth on its homepage. Nansen was born on October 10, 1861, and died on May 13, 1930 AD. And between them, the Norwegian explorer lived 68 years, during which he played an active role in supporting human rights and preserving the rights of refugees all over the world. Nansen held many positions Prominent throughout his bus life, Where he was a member of the German Academy of Sciences "Leopoldina", the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences, in addition to the "Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Arts", the Royal Norwegian Society of Science and Literature, the Prussian Academy of Arts, and the Russian Academy of Arts. "Nansen" is considered the first person to approach the North Pole in history, when he made his first polar expedition in Norway, he started his career studying zoology, immediately after entering the university in 1881 AD, and after graduating from the university, he worked in the Bergen Museum, before he began his research In the nervous system of aquatic animals. After the end of the First World War in 1919, he was appointed as the head of the Norwegian mission in Washington, and he became head of the Norwegian mission to the League of Nations at the same time, after which he was appointed as the first High Commissioner for Refugees in the League of Nations, on September 1, 1921 AD, then came the event in The life of the Norwegian explorer, when it was approved in Geneva, what is known as the "Frettiof Nansen" passport, which allows immigrants to obtain an identity, and as a result of this event, "Frettiov Nansen" was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1922. The oceanographer occupied a large part of Nansen’s life and interests, and during his research he conducted many scientific and practical trips, especially in the North Atlantic, and his trips and research contributed to the development of modern “oceanographic” equipment. In addition to Noble, "Nansen" won several awards, where he received the award "Order of St. Stanislaus" of the first degree, and "Medal of Honor Chorus", and also received the Royal Victorian Medal. After his death and in honor of his great services to humans around the world, his name was given to two seals on the moon, and on the surface of Mars. It is worth noting that the Google Birthday service, was launched for the first time on the famous search engine Google, 19 years ago with the aim ofreviving the stories of important personalities in the history of humanity.

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