The publisher of this book utilises modern printing technologies as well as photocopying processes for reprinting and preserving rare works of literature that are out-of-print or on the verge of becoming lost. This book is one such reprint. Kapitel: Alfredo Alves Reinado, Xanana Gusm??o, Nicolau Dos Reis Lobato, Rogerio Lobato, Eurico Guterres, Liste Von Pers??nlichkeiten Aus Osttimor, Taur Matan Ruak, Maternus Bere, Gast??o Salsinha, Martinho Da Costa Lopes, Carrascal??o, Manuel Carrascal??o, Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, Vicente Da Concei????o, L??cia Lobato, Gaspar Da Costa, Kirsty Sword Gusm??o, Guilherme Gon??alves, Jo??o Viegas Carrascal??o, Siprianu, Manuel de Sousa, Sandra Pires, Nino Konis Santana, Tom?? Diogo, Norberto Do Amaral, Aleixo Corte-Real, Boaventura, Ma'huno Bulerek Karathayano, Alberto Ricardo Da Silva, Bas??lio Do Nascimento, Francisco Borja Da Costa, Fernando Sylvan, Longuinhos Monteiro, Natalino Leit??o, Cl??udio de Jesus Ximenes. Aus Wikipedia. Nicht dargestellt. Auszug: Kay Rala Xanana Gusm??o GCL (born Jos?? Alexandre Gusm??o, on 20 June 1946) is a former militant who was the first President of East Timor, serving from May 2002 to May 2007. He later became the fourth and current Prime Minister of East Timor on 8 August 2007. Gusm??o was born to mesti??o school teacher parents (of mixed Portuguese-Timorese ancestry) in Manatuto in what was then Portuguese Timor, and attended a Jesuit high school just outside of Dili. After leaving high-school for financial reasons at the age of fifteen, he held a variety of unskilled jobs, while continuing his education at night school. In 1965, at the age of 19, he met Emilia Batista, who was later to become his wife. His nickname, "Xanana", was taken from the musical lyric, "Sha-na-na". In 1966, Gusm??o obtained a position with the public service, which allowed him to continue his education. This was interrupted in 1968 when Gusm??o was recruited by the Portuguese Army for national service.