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In 2017, you'll notice some improvements to the Who's Who, including a fresh look and feel, and simplified navigation. Contact us with any questions or comments.
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The annual update
The 2017 Who's Who update published on 5th December 2016. Find out more in our press release.
Who Was Who - Volume XIII, 2011-2015
Since 1897, Who’s Who has been an invaluable source of information on the careers of people of influence in all walks of life and from all parts of the world.
Who Was Who 2011 – –2015 is the thirteenth in a series of volumes composed of entries removed from Who’s Who on account of death. It includes entries for people who died between 2011 and 2015, each with the date of death added and, where necessary, given a final revision. Click here for more information.
November 29 marks the anniversary of the death of Graham Hill, former British Formula One world champion, whose son Damon went on to win the championship. This weekend, Nico Rosberg became world champion, making it the second time both a father and son have won the title.
Born on 5 December
2017 edition of Who's Who
Explore a selection of entrants new to Who's Who for 2017.