Hermann Rorschach was a Swiss Freudian psychoanalyst, known for developing the Rorschach inkblot test, in which perceptions of inkblots are analyzed using psychological interpretation.

Hermann Rorschach was a Swiss Freudian psychoanalyst, known for developing the Rorschach inkblot test, in which perceptions of inkblots are analyzed using psychological interpretation.


Søren Aabye Kierkegaard (1813 – 1855). The first existentialist philosopher of Denmark (and the rest of the world), most famous for his Abraham portrayals in Fear and Trembling (Frygt og Bæven). He and his father believed that because of the latter’s early childhood actions, their whole family was doomed (it proved positive!). He most probably never had sex (he even escaped from a brothel and it was the only sexual intercourse he ever had), but just look at the curls!

Søren Aabye Kierkegaard (1813 – 1855). The first existentialist philosopher of Denmark (and the rest of the world), most famous for his Abraham portrayals in Fear and Trembling (Frygt og Bæven). He and his father believed that because of the latter’s early childhood actions, their whole family was doomed (it proved positive!). He most probably never had sex (he even escaped from a brothel and it was the only sexual intercourse he ever had), but just look at the curls!

Another Egyptian actor/singer is Abd ElHalim Hafez, best know as el-Andaleeb el-Asmar (The Dark-Skinned Nightingale)
He is one of the Great four of Arabic music (along with Umm Kalthom, Mohammed Abdel Wahab and Farid Al Attrach).
He was born in June 21, 1929 and died in March 30, 1977, aged 49. He died because of a a rare parasitic water-borne disease called schistosomiasis. 
Although he was never officially married, it was rumored that he was secretly married to Soad Hosny (who was called ‘Cinderella of the Arabic screen).
There are plenty of songs by Abd ElHalim but the most famous are:
Ahwak (I adore you), Ala Ad Al Shok (As much as the longing), Ala Hesb Wedad (Wherever my heart leads me), Bitlimoni Leih (Why do you blame me), El Massih (Christ), Fatet Ganbena (She passed by us), Gabbar (Arrogant), Sawwah (Wanderer), Mawood (Destined), his last song Qariat Al Fingan (The coffee fortune-teller), and the posthumously-released Habibati Man-Takoon (Who is my beloved).
And no one can deny it, but he was a major heartthrob, like come on, he is unbelievably handsome!

Another Egyptian actor/singer is Abd ElHalim Hafez, best know as el-Andaleeb el-Asmar (The Dark-Skinned Nightingale)

He is one of the Great four of Arabic music (along with Umm Kalthom, Mohammed Abdel Wahab and Farid Al Attrach).

He was born in June 21, 1929 and died in March 30, 1977, aged 49. He died because of a a rare parasitic water-borne disease called schistosomiasis. 

Although he was never officially married, it was rumored that he was secretly married to Soad Hosny (who was called ‘Cinderella of the Arabic screen).

There are plenty of songs by Abd ElHalim but the most famous are:

Ahwak (I adore you), Ala Ad Al Shok (As much as the longing), Ala Hesb Wedad (Wherever my heart leads me), Bitlimoni Leih (Why do you blame me), El Massih (Christ), Fatet Ganbena (She passed by us), Gabbar (Arrogant), Sawwah (Wanderer), Mawood (Destined), his last song Qariat Al Fingan (The coffee fortune-teller), and the posthumously-released Habibati Man-Takoon (Who is my beloved).

And no one can deny it, but he was a major heartthrob, like come on, he is unbelievably handsome!

So I don’t see a lot of Arab history crushes here so I wanted to submit this Egyptian hottie. 
Rushdy Abaza is an Egyptian actor who was born in 3 August 1926 and died at the age of 53 (in 27 August 1980) because of cancer.
His father was Egyptian and his mother was Italian. Abaza is one of the most well know families in Egypt until now.
He married 5 times and he was a major playboy!
He had major roles in more than 90 films, and others where he had a small role!

So I don’t see a lot of Arab history crushes here so I wanted to submit this Egyptian hottie. 

Rushdy Abaza is an Egyptian actor who was born in 3 August 1926 and died at the age of 53 (in 27 August 1980) because of cancer.

His father was Egyptian and his mother was Italian. Abaza is one of the most well know families in Egypt until now.

He married 5 times and he was a major playboy!

He had major roles in more than 90 films, and others where he had a small role!

Louise D’Esparbés de Lussan (1764 - 1804) By Alexandre Kucharski.  She was a lady-in-waiting to queen Marie Antoinette.

Louise D’Esparbés de Lussan (1764 - 1804) By Alexandre Kucharski.  She was a lady-in-waiting to queen Marie Antoinette.

Heinrich Heine (1797–1856)
Best known for „Deutschland, ein Wintermärchen” and the haunting lines „Das war ein Vorspiel nur, dort wo man Bücher verbrennt, verbrennt man auch am Ende Menschen.” (“That was but a prelude; where they burn books, they will ultimately burn people also”), Heine is one of the most talented writers to have ever come out of Germany. 
Not to mention that he was also A TOTAL BABE.

Heinrich Heine (1797–1856)

Best known for „Deutschland, ein Wintermärchen” and the haunting lines „Das war ein Vorspiel nur, dort wo man Bücher verbrennt, verbrennt man auch am Ende Menschen.” (“That was but a prelude; where they burn books, they will ultimately burn people also”), Heine is one of the most talented writers to have ever come out of Germany.

Not to mention that he was also A TOTAL BABE.

Jack Kerouac. Brilliant, dashing, adventurous, and handsome. What else could you ask for?

Jack Kerouac. Brilliant, dashing, adventurous, and handsome. What else could you ask for?

Came across this man on the didyouknowblog, the story makes him even more of an awesome history crush. 
This is Galvarino, he was a Mapuche warrior and in the 1500’s the Spanish cut off both of his hands for defying them.  He was sent back as a warning for the rest of the Mapuche but what the Spaniards didn’t foresee was that Galvarino would raise and lead an army to battle with knives fastened to both mutilated wrists.
However he and his army was defeated in the Battle of Millarapue in 1557 but he will always be remembered for his awesomeness.

Came across this man on the didyouknowblog, the story makes him even more of an awesome history crush. 

This is Galvarino, he was a Mapuche warrior and in the 1500’s the Spanish cut off both of his hands for defying them.  He was sent back as a warning for the rest of the Mapuche but what the Spaniards didn’t foresee was that Galvarino would raise and lead an army to battle with knives fastened to both mutilated wrists.

However he and his army was defeated in the Battle of Millarapue in 1557 but he will always be remembered for his awesomeness.

We generally think of J. R. R. Tolkien as a stuffy old professor with a tweed jacket and a pipe, but there was a time when the author of Lord of the Rings was a fresh-faced lad with perfect hair and the Great War was still a few years away.

We generally think of J. R. R. Tolkien as a stuffy old professor with a tweed jacket and a pipe, but there was a time when the author of Lord of the Rings was a fresh-faced lad with perfect hair and the Great War was still a few years away.

This absolutely gorgeous lady is Greta Schröder (1891 – 1967). She starred in the 1922 silent film Nosferatu (which is creepy as all get out and one of the best horror films ever made).

This absolutely gorgeous lady is Greta Schröder (1891 – 1967). She starred in the 1922 silent film Nosferatu (which is creepy as all get out and one of the best horror films ever made).