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20 Hottest & Most Attractive People From History You Need To Check Out

The field of study one chooses to be in, does not determine the looks of them. Who knew there were so many hot historical figures from the last few hundred years in every profession and every culture. With the invention of the camera, it has become just as easy to see how hot a scientist or novelist is. No matter what the field is we have covered all the Hottest People From History for you to see.

People accomplished their achievements in the latter part of their lives which is why they are remembered as old beings but when looked at their prime age pictures, ooh la la! We have photographic proof of those incredibly hot nerds.

Hottest & Most Attractive People From History

 

  1. Hermann Rorschach, Inventor Of The Inkblot Test

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Hermann Rorschach is profoundly known for developing a projective test called Rorschach inkblot test. He was a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst by profession. In his early days, he was quite the catch for ladies. His dressing style is still relevant and stylish today.

2. Joseph Stalin

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Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s to1953. Stalin was the general secretary of the party’s Central Committee amongst the Bolshevik revolutionaries who took part in the Russian Revolution of 1917. He rose to power and suppressed Lenin’s thoughts and actions in 1924, all the while opposing all kinds of criticism.

3. First Lady Barbara Bush

First Lady Barbara Bush
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Barbara Bush was the wife of George Bush, the 41st president of the United States and thus the First Lady of the United States from 1989 to 1993. From 1981 to 1989 she was the Second Lady of the United States from 1981 to 1989. She was quite the beauty queen of her days. People talked about her flawless skin and appearances. Without any doubt, one of the Hottest people from history.

 

4. Abraham Lincoln Conspiracy Member Lewis Powell

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Lewis Powell was one of the conspirators in the act of assassination of Abraham Lincoln along with John Booth. He worked with the Confederate secret service of Maryland. Although he is known to be a conspirator in an assassin, his looks are to die for.

 

5. Hunter S. Thompson

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Hunter Thompson was a famous author and journalist of the United States. He belonged to a middle-class family of Louisville. Hr served the Air Force of United Stated before entering the field of journalism. His strong physic and bold dressing style added to his personality.

 

6. Margaret E. Knight, Inventor Of The Paper Bag

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Margaret E. Knight was popularly known as “the most famous 19th-century woman inventor”. Knight worked in a cotton mill alongside her school between ages 12 through 1856. The famous brown bags that we see today were the inventions of this young lady. Margaret Knight created a machine that helped to fold and to glue paper to create those brown paper bags. She was also a treat to the eyes. Her beautiful features made her personality lookout.

 

7. British Poet Rupert Brooke

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Rupert Brooke is famous for his sonnets especially the ones written during world war 1. He is best known for his poem, “The Soldier”. Not only did his words charm people but his looks too were well known just like his poems. He was even referred to as the most handsome man of England by many.

He was an amazing poet and one of the hottest people from history.

 

8. Bank Robber Bonnie Parker

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We are no stranger to the famous 20th-century outlaw couple of Bonnie and Clyde. They were quite famous not only in their time but also draw attention to pop culture today. They were the most wanted criminals for over 2 years in America. The headlines were marked with bank robberies and murders by Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. Bonnie is still known for her bold and fashionable outfits. Her hairstyles and clothes were much to be seen in every women’s wardrobe of the time.

Dangerous but one of the hottest people from history.

 

9. Harry Houdini

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Harry Houdini was a stunt performer from America and is still remembered for his famous and impressive escape acts. He first charmed the audience of vaudeville in the US and then came to be known as “Harry Handcuff Houdini” on a tour of Europe, where he challenged police forces to keep him locked up. His stock of plays increased gradually as he added acts that included ropes and chains and the best one to hold breath under milk of can. Not only his act of plays but also his looks were astonishing.

 

10. Charlie Chaplin

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by Strauss-Peyton Studio, bromide print, circa 1920

Charlie Chaplin! The word in itself carries the sentiment of humour. He rose in the era of silent films and is known for his slapstick genre of films. In his spanned career of almost 75 years, Chaplin became a worldwide icon through his screen persona “the Tramp”. He is a very important figure of the film industry and encompassed both adulation and controversy in his entire career. He was quite the charming one in his youth.

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11. Charlotte Bronte

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Charlotte Brontë was the eldest among the three Bronte sisters who survived to see adulthood. She was a famous English novelist and poet, whose novels have become classics of English literature. Charlotte initially refrained from using her original name and first published her works under her pen name Currer Bell. She is also known for her beauty.

 

12. Sherpa Tenzing Norgay

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Tenzing Norgay often referred to as Sherpa Tenzing, was a Nepalese Indian Sherpa mountaineer. He was one of the first hikers to climb Mount Everest along with Edmund Hillary. Tenzing completed this task on 29 May 1953. He was also found in the list of Times under the head of 100 most influential people.

 

13. Thomas Edison

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Who does not know Thomas Alva Edison? After all, he brought light into our lives. He was from America and was known for making people’s lives better by creating new inventions. Thomas invented the electric light bulb along with the phonograph and the motion picture camera. He was also a catch for the ladies in his prime of youth.

 

14. Austrian Composer Alma Mahler

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Alma Maria Mahler was a Viennese-born socialite well known in her youth for her beauty and vivacity. She was the wife to Gustav Mahler who was a composer, then to the architect, Walter Gropius, and finally to the novelist Franz Werfel. Her strengths lied in her music as she composed at least seventeen songs for voice and piano starting from her teens.

 

15. Jack Kerouac

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Jack Kerouac is a well-known writer from America and is famous for his novel ‘On the Road,’. It became an American classic and was among the firsts in the Beat Generation of the 1950s. More than four decades after his death, Kerouac continues to capture the imagination of wayward and rebellious youth.

 

16. Johannes Brahms

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Johannes Brahms is known for his musical skills in playing the piano and composing songs. Brahms was born in Austria which made him spend much of his professional life there. He and his music were quite influential. His influence did not limit to music but his looks as well. He influenced some great dressing styles.

 

17. Nikola Tesla

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Nikola Tesla is not unknown to any one of us. This Serbian American engineer and physicist had a big hand in the design of the modern alternating current electricity supply system. He also worked with Edison before which he honed his experience in telephony and electrical engineering. His looks were also very charming for his time.

 

18. Mark Twain

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Samuel Clemens also known as Mark Twain was an American author and also known for his humorous columns. He also contributed to his brother’s newspaper by writing articles for it. He worked as a riverboat pilot also before joining Orion in Nevada. His manly features lured many women.

 

19. William Marshal

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Marshal is profoundly known as the world’s greatest knight. He is known to have fought and won against the reigns of four Plantagenet kings – including Richard the Lionheart and “Bad” King John. He was known for his bravery and bold attitude which made him the ladies’ man. His manly looks grabbed the attention of many.

 

20. Che Guevara

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Che Guevara was a very well known figure of the Cuban Revolution. He worked with Fidel Castro and traveled the world in an effort to cause revolutions. He is a symbol of a radical revolution for those who are underrepresented because of the capitalistic society.

 

So, these were some of the most famous and hottest people from world history. If you know any other do let us know in the comment section below.

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