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  1. Krubera Cave's Arabika Massif mountain block was written about in the early 1900s by Edouard-Alfred Martel, a speleologist from France. He published papers after visiting the massif.

  2. Life of Pi author Yann Martel named the Bengal tiger "Richard Parker" after noting just how many Richard Parkers, both real and fictitious, had became shipwrecked, with some of them subsequently being cannibalised by their fellow seamen.

  3. John Denver and Anne Martell divorced in 1982. The ensuing property settlement caused Denver to become so enraged, he nearly choked Martell, then used a chainsaw to cut their marital bed in half.

  4. Hitler was transcribed saying: "Had Martel not been victorious [...] we should in all probability have been converted to Mohammedanism, that cult which glorifies the heroism and which opens up the seventh Heaven to the bold warrior alone. Then the Germanic races would have conquered the world."

  5. While there are over 200 cognac producers, over 90% of all cognac sold in the US comes from four of them: Courvoisier, Hennessy, Martell and Rémy Martin.

  6. While Charlemagne means "son of Charles Martel", Charles can also mean "Free Man". So Charlemagne was "Emperor Freeman." It can also mean Old Man, as in "Emperor Old Man".

  7. Ex NBA player Martell Webster's mother was murdered in 1991 when he was just four. Police believe The Green River Killer, Gary Ridgeway is responsible.

  8. About Charles "The Hammer" Martel. He was a Frankish prince who stopped the Islamic advance into Western Europe at the Battle of Tours, ending the "last of the great Arab invasions of France." He is called "The Hammer" for his treatment of his foes.

  9. John Denver wrote "Annie's Song" while riding a ski lift in Switzerland; the lyrics combine his love for the beautiful landscape and his love for his first wife (Annie Martell Denver).

  10. Most of the vocal reenactment for Freddie Mercury in the film "Bohemian Rhapsody" relied on Canadian vocalist Marc Martel, a current YouTube star and former Christian Rock band leader.

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Life of Pi by Yann Martel was published on September 11, 2001.

The Blurred Lines music video was directed by Diane Martel a female director who said that the video was intended to show women in a position of power. She also refused to do the video unless there was a nude video accompanying it

ITL In 732, the Franks led by Charles "The Hammer" Martel defeated the Moors and prevented the expansions of the Islamic faith throughout Europe

About Charles Martel or Charles the " Hammer" who drove the Muslims out of France at the Battle of Tours- a reminder for us all in the recent news.

'Life of Pi' author Yann Martel received a hand-written note of praise for the book from President Barack Obama.

Martell Webster's mother was murdered when he was four years old. Police believe the Green River Killer Gary Ridgeway is responsible.

John Denver, enraged over his divorce settlement with Anne Martell, used a chainsaw on the bed they used to share, cutting it in half.

Michael Jackson donated his $5 million share of the profits from the 1984 Victory Tour (headlined by the Jackson family) to charity. The donation was split across the TJ Martell Foundation for Leukaemia and Cancer Research, The United Negro College Fund, and Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times

Alexander Siddig who plays Doran Martel on Game of Thrones has the longest full name ever!

The combat between Game of Thrones' Oberyn “The Red Viper” Martell versus Ser Gregor “The Mountain” Clegane had historical basis. Trial by Combat was not gentlemanly and included acts such as eye gouging and testicle crushing.