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      <h1 class="text-center"><strong>Jacques Cousteau</strong></h1>
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         <p><em><strong>"The sea, once it casts it's spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever"</p>
              <footer>-Jacques Cousteau</strong></em></footer>
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      <h2 class="text-center" style="color: #0000;"><strong>A Timeline of Jacques Cousteau:</strong></h2>
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         <li>1910-Born Jacques-Yves Cousteau in Saint-Andre-de-Cubzac, France</li>
         <li>1930-Enters the naval academy, graduates as gunnery officer</li>
         <li>1937-Marries Simone Melchior</li>
         <li>1938-Son Jean-Michel born</li>
         <li>1940-Son Phillipe born</li>
         <li>1943-With Phillippe Tailliez and Frederic Dumas, first film <em>Par dix-huit metres de fond (18 meters deep)</em></li>
         <li>1943-Made the film <em>Empaves (Shipwrecks)</em> using the first AquaLung prototypes</li>
         <li>1945-Receives the Cross of War honor
            <li>1950-Founded the French Oceanographic Campaigns and leased the research vessel <em>Calypso</em></li>
            <li>1953-Publishes first book <u>The Silent World</u></li>
            <li>1956-Creates the film based on the book, <em>The Silent World</em> which goes onto win awards and the Cannes and Academy awards</li>
            <li>1961-Receives National Geographic Society's Gold Medal</li>
            <li>1964-His film <em>World Without Sun</em> wins an academy award</li>
            <li>1972-Received honor of Commander of the Legion of Honour
               <li>1985-Receives U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom
                  <li>1990-His wife, Simone, dies</li>
                  <li>1991-Begins his <em>Bill of Rights for Future Generations</em></li>
                  <li>1997-Jacques Cousteau dies at the age of 87</li>
      <p id="summary">Jacques Cousteau was an explorer of our oceans. He ventured into an unknown world made of a medium man can't survive in. He pioneered much of today's recreational scuba diving techniques and has brought about countless initiaions for marine conservation.
         A scientist, innovator, filmmaker, pioneer, and conservationist, Cousteau was truly a man of the ocean.</p>

      <p style="color: #070732"><strong>For more information on the life and adventures of Jacques Cousteau,<button style="color:#070732" class="btn btn-md btn-link" href=""><span style="cursor:pointer"><u>click here.<u></span></strong></button>