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Prozorovsky Alexander Alexandrovich Prozorovsky ''' (1732-1809) was the only Field Marshal from the family. He gained distinction in the Seven Years' War and the conquest of Crimea (Russo-Turkish War, 1768-1774). In 1790 he returned to the active service as the Governor General of Moscow. When the Russian army resumed its hostilities against Turkey (Russo-Turkish War, 1806-1812) in 1808, Prozorovsky became its Commander-in-Chief. From 1611 to 1612, he made numerous written appeals for the liberation of Moscow from the Polish (Poland) forces that had conquered it during the Time of Troubles. He took part in the Russian deputation that signed the Treaty of Deulino in 1618. Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Moscow Commons:Category:Moscow Wikipedia:Moscow


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and terranes and microcontinents: * the Baltica craton - Scandinavia, Balticum, Russia, and Northern Poland Germany, * Avalonian fragments - England, Ireland, Netherlands, Northern Germany, etc., From 1611 to 1612, he made numerous written appeals for the liberation of Moscow from the Polish (Poland) forces that had conquered it during the Time of Troubles. He took part in the Russian deputation that signed the Treaty of Deulino in 1618. The '''Bor''' is a Polish (Poland) bolt-action 7.62x51mm NATO caliber sniper rifle. The weapon received the code name '''Alex''' during development, after the name of the lead designer Aleksander Leżucha, creator of the 12.7x99mm NATO (.50 BMG) Wilk (WKW Wilk) anti-materiel rifle. After the development phase, the rifle received the military designation 'Bor'. During the Livonian War, Koknese was taken by Poland in 1561, which named the town '''Kokenhuza'''. Although Russian (Tsardom of Russia) forces captured the town, it was recovered by Polish (Poles) forces. During the 17th century Polish–Swedish wars, the town was repeatedly contested. It was the site of the Battle of Kokenhausen in 1601, in which the hussars of the Polish cavalry defeated their numerically greater Swedish (Sweden) adversaries. However, the town became part of the Dominions of Sweden in 1629 and was refortified by the Swedes. Military career in WW II Herrmann was one of the Luftwaffe's most innovative air tacticians during World War II. Beginning his military career as an infantry officer, he was commissioned in the newly formed Luftwaffe in 1935. From 1936 until 1937, he was a bomber pilot in the Condor Legion. During the Spanish civil war, Herrmann joined KG-4 (Kampfgeschwader 4), and wrote several well received tactical reports. When World War II began, he flew Heinkel He-111s in Poland and Norway. By 1940, he was Commander of the 7th Staffel of KG-4, and led many attacks on England during the Battle of Britain. In February 1941, his group went to Sicily, where it flew against Malta and Greece. In one such attack, Herrmann dropped a single bomb on an ammunition ship, the SS Clan Fraser (SS Clan Fraser (1938)); the resulting explosion sank 11 ships and made the Greek (Greece) port of Piraeus unusable for many months. In early 1942, he was Commander of III. KG 30 (Kampfgeschwader 30), attacking Arctic convoys from Norway, including the attacks on PQ-17. July 1942 saw him assigned to the general staff in Germany, where he became a close confidant of Hermann Göring. During his career as a bomber pilot, Herrmann flew 320 missions and sank 12 ships totalling 70,000 tons. Earlier years Shershenevich was born in Kazan, Russia on 25 January 1893 . He was the son of professor of Law Gabriel Feliksovich Shershenevich, a Polish (Poland) national and a deputy of the first State Duma (State Duma (Imperial)) from the Constitutional Democratic party and the author of its platform (Political platform). Shershenevich's mother, Yevgeniya L'vovna L'vova, was an opera singer. At age nine he entered secondary school a year early. After moving with his parents to Moscow in 1907 he studied in the private secondary school of L.I. Polivanov—earlier graduates of the school included Valery Bryusov, Andrey Bely and Sergey Solovyov. After secondary school he began studies in the philological (Philology) department at Munich University. His studies continued at Moscow University - first in the Department of Law, then in mathematics, in which he took his degree. #'''Support'''. '''Andre (User:Andrevan)''' (talk (User_talk:Andrevan)) 18:07, 24 November 2005 (UTC) #'''Strong Support'''. He has greatly given insight into great articles such as that on Josef Pilsudski, and Poland in general, aside from that, he has done many other worthwhile things for the Project. Эрон Кинней (User:Kinneyboy90) 00:56, 25 November 2005 (UTC) #'''Support''' long time committed clearly reasonably stable and knowlegable has shown willingness to move towards a consensus he doesn't agree with (e.g. the proposal that Warsaw Uprising, his "baby" should be split up). He does show patriotism. Taken too far I could have some problem with that. However, after following some of the links listed elsewhere, the accusations of nationalist ( racist xenophobic probably including anti-semitic anti-russian in the case of a Pole) behavior don't seem to be true and I specifically reject the use of the term as close to being a personal attack. I'd ask that he avoid being the admin that acts against Russians or Germans during disputes about pages involving Poland and its historical interactions with those other countries. --Mozzerati (User:Mozzerati) 22:15, 25 November 2005 (UTC) Winterthur has subsidiaries in Germany, the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, the United States, Slovakia, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Luxembourg. In addition, it has subsidiaries in Spain, although AXA are based in Madrid and Winterthur are based in Barcelona. thumb right 275px The Eastern Front (World War II) Eastern Front (Image:Eastern Front 1941-06 to 1941-12.png) during the Operation Typhoon assault on Moscow, 1941. The German Nazis intended to destroy Russia permanently, irrespective of whether it was capitalist (Capitalism), communist (Bolshevism) or tsarist (Tsarism). Adolf Hitler's Lebensraum policy, expressed in Mein Kampf, was to dispossess the Russian (Russians) inhabitants - as was to happen with other Slavs in Poland and most of Eastern Europe- and to either expel most of them beyond the Ural mountains or to exterminate them by various means. German colonial settlement (Settler colonialism) was to be encouraged (Generalplan Ost). '''''Posłuchaj to do Ciebie''''' is the second album by Polish (Poland) punk rock band Kult (Kult (band)). Student demographics Yeshiva Derech HaTorah is made up of Jewish students and teachers from a variety of backgrounds. The school is predominantly Ashkenazi Jews, whose families originated from communities in Germany, Poland, Eastern Europe and Russia although there are a number of students from the Sephardic or Syrian (Syrian_Jews#New_York) community. At the 2006 European Championships (2006 European Weightlifting Championships) in Władysławowo, Poland she won gold in the Women's 58 kg with 237 kg in total, breaking three European records. She won another gold medal at the 2007 European Weightlifting Championships. WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


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