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Gestapo

. For the duration of World War II, Dior, as an employee of Lelong — who labored to preserve the French fashion industry during wartime for economic and artistic reasons — designed dresses for the wives of Nazi officers and French collaborators, as did other fashion houses that remained in business during the war, including Jean Patou, Jeanne Lanvin, and Nina Ricci (Nina Ricci (brand)). Jayne Sheridan, ''Fashion, Media, Promotion: The New Black Magic'' (John Wiley & Sons


Morocco

top scorer. After Szyk had moved to Paris, he not only lived in France but also traveled a lot (mainly for artistic reasons). In 1922 he spent seven weeks in Morocco, which was a French protectorate then, where he drew the portrait of the pasha of Marrakech – as a goodwill ambassador he received the Ordre des Palmes Académiques from the French government for this work. In 1931 he was invited to the seat of the League of Nations in Geneva where he was asked


South Africa

of Isandlwana , South Africa. Modern cairns may also be erected for historical or memorial commemoration or simply for decorative or artistic reasons. One example is a series of many cairns marking British (United Kingdom) soldiers' mass graves at the site of the Battle of Isandlwana, South Africa. Another is the Matthew Flinders Cairn on the side of Arthur's Seat (Arthur's Seat, Victoria), a small mountain on the shores of Port Phillip Bay, Australia. A large

. left thumb 200px One of many cairns marking British mass graves at the site of the Battle of Isandlwana (File:Isandlwanamassgrave.JPG), South Africa. Modern cairns may also be erected for historical or memorial commemoration or simply for decorative or artistic reasons. One example is a series of many cairns marking British (United Kingdom) soldiers' mass graves at the site of the Battle of Isandlwana, South Africa. Another is the Matthew Flinders


Wales

. A few months later, they both became ill, possibly with the sweating sickness which was sweeping the area. Arthur died on 2 April 1502; Catherine recovered to find herself a widow. left thumb 200px One of many cairns marking British mass graves at the site of the Battle of Isandlwana (File:Isandlwanamassgrave.JPG), South Africa. Modern cairns may also be erected for historical or memorial commemoration or simply for decorative or artistic reasons. One example is a series of many


Australia

of a state is a Premier (Premiers of the Australian states). left thumb 200px One of many cairns marking British mass graves at the site of the Battle of Isandlwana (File:Isandlwanamassgrave.JPG), South Africa. Modern cairns may also be erected for historical or memorial commemoration or simply for decorative or artistic reasons. One example is a series of many cairns marking British (United Kingdom) soldiers' mass graves at the site of the Battle of Isandlwana, South


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