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Warsaw

and both World Wars and has preserved its authentic historical qualities, also is one of the most important monuments of Polish culture. Biography Dan Tsalka was born in 1936 in Warsaw. In World War II his family fled to the Soviet Union, where they lived in Siberia and then Kazakhstan. At the close of the war, when he was ten, he returned with his family to Poland, to the city of Wrocław. He studied humanities at the city's university, engaging in boxing


Ukraine

5,500 BC. Some cremations begin to be found in the Proto-Lusatian (Proto-Lusatian culture) and Trzciniec culture. Biography Timoshenko was born in the village of Shpotivka in the Chernigov Governorate of the Russian Empire (now located in Sumy Oblast of Ukraine). He studied at a "real school" in Romny, Poltava Governorate (now in Sumy Oblast) from 1889 to 1896. In Romny his schoolmate and friend was future famous semiconductor physicist Abram Ioffe. Timoshenko continued his education towards a university degree at the St Petersburg Institute of engineers Ways of Communication (Petersburg State Transport University) . After graduating in 1901, he stayed on teaching in this same institution from 1901 to 1903 and then worked at the Saint Petersburg Polytechnical Institute under Viktor Kyrpychov 1903 – 1906. In 1905 he was sent for one year to the University of Göttingen where he worked under Ludwig Prandtl. In modern culture The day is an official holiday in Afghanistan, Commons:Category:Ukraine WikiPedia:Ukraine Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine


Poland

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Washington, D.C.

; Sociology of religion thumb The Washington National Cathedral (Image:National Cathedral.jpg) in Washington, D.C. is often used for state funerals for political leaders. In the sociology of religion, '''civil religion''' is the folk religion of a nation or a political (politics) culture. Biography Betancourt was born in Bogotá, Colombia. Her mother, Yolanda Pulecio, a former beauty queen famous for sheltering abandoned children, served in Congress (Congress of Colombia) representing poor southern neighborhoods of Bogotá. Her father, Gabriel Betancourt, was a minister of Education in both liberal and conservative governments (President Rojas Pinilla, President Lleras Restrepo), the assistant director of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), then ambassador of Colombia to UNESCO in Paris, and head of the education commission of the Alliance for Progress in Washington, D.C. under John F. Kennedy. The Betancourt family is one of Colombia's well-known families, descended from French Norman immigrants who arrived from Grainville-la-Teinturière. thumb 200px "Ellis" dead drop site in Foxstone Park (Image:Ellis dead drop.jpg) used by Hanssen, including on the day of his arrest. Hanssen was transferred to the Washington, D.C. office in 1981 and moved to the suburb of Vienna, Virginia. His new job in the FBI's budget office gave him access to information involving many different FBI activities. This included all the FBI activities related to wiretapping and electronic surveillance, which were Hanssen's responsibility. He became known in the Bureau as an expert on computers.


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