10 Women Who Changed the Flow of History with Their Ideas, Works and Courage

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History is mostly written by men. It is as if they alone have shaped history and contributed to the development of humanity. Women have often been secondary, either as supporters of men or with sporadic success in patriarchal cultures. We say “generally” because it disrupts this order in history; guiding states, science and humanity; There are also free, rebellious and strong women. This article is about them.

1) Marie Curie (1867 – 1934)

The only known woman scientist in the 1900s, when science began to develop, who was instrumental in making the world what it is today. Because he separated and named the elements polonium and radium. He made important studies on radioactivity and founded the science of radiology. In 1906 he entered the physics department of the Sorbonne University as a “general professor of physics”. It is also important that she was the first woman to hold this title. He also received the Nobel Prizes in Physics in 1903 and in Chemistry in 1911.

2) Jeanne d’Arc (1412 – 1431)

At the age of 16, he put on his armor and wielded a sword and took part in the front lines of France’s wars. He guided the people and defended his country against England. She was called a witch and burned because she said she had received revelations from Jesus. But he was canonized by the Vatican 490 years after his death.

3) Sappho (570 BC)

The first female writer in history. She is also the first female playwright of Greek theatre. He came to the fore with his enthusiastic and courageous poems. But she is famous for being called a lesbian because she fell in love with Aphrodite, and the word “lesbos” comes from Lesbos, where she lives. She worked hard for the emancipation of women.

4) Princess Diana (1961 – 1997)

He communicated with the public, breaking the strict royal rules and coldness in England. He established close relations with the lower sections of society, did charity work and was very loved. She was a princess, but the palace life was not for her. He wanted to be free. He was killed in 1997 by the paparazzi who interfered with his private life. People from all walks of life attended his funeral.

5) Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1759 – 1797)

He became a legend with his novel “Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus”, which he wrote about a dream he had. But he’s not just known for creating the all-time influencer Frankenstein. It also sowed the first seeds of feminism. She was one of the first to come up with the idea of legalizing women’s rights in England.

6) Sabiha Gökçen (1913 – 2001)

She is the world’s first female fighter pilot and Turkey’s first female aviator. Sabiha Gökçen, the adopted daughter of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, is proof of what women can do in Turkey and how strong and independent they are.

7) Anne Frank (1929 – 1945)

He was 13 years old during Nazi Germany and was hiding in his father’s office in Amsterdam. Here, he announced the Nazi persecution to the whole world with his diaries that he wrote about his experiences. That’s why it became the symbol of the Holocaust.

8) Elizabeth I (1533 – 1603)

Queen who declared herself married to England and dedicated herself to the independence of England. She is the queen of one of England’s most successful periods politically and economically. It is also extremely unusual. For example, he has never been married. He learned 4 languages at the age of 13. She brought in fashion for fancy clothes and white makeup whenever she could.

9) Coco Chanel (1883 – 1971)

“Fashion is temporary, but style remains.” He is a fashion designer who brought modernism to fashion with his words. Before that, there were extravagant outfits, fancy hats, puffy skirts. He designed the trousers for women. She became the symbol of the free and strong woman.

10) Hatshepsut (1507 – 1458 BC)

She was Egypt’s first female pharaoh and one of its most powerful rulers. His period passed in peace and abundance, and he took steps to shed light on the future in terms of architecture and transportation. As a female pharaoh, she was highly respected.

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