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Da Nang

, with newspapers across the world running stories about the miraculous fish. Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) helicopters began landing at the site, with paratroopers filling their bottles with water that they believed to be magical. Prochnau, p. 411. Vietnam War Deployed to WestPac in June 1964, she served at Da Nang, South Vietnam, in August. In September 1965, she returned to WestPac, conducted seaplane operations in Cam Ranh Bay


Netherlands

because he produced relatively few paintings. X.25 networks are still in use throughout the world. A variant called AX.25 is also used widely by amateur (amateur radio) packet radio. Racal Paknet, now known as Widanet, is still in operation in many regions of the world, running on an X.25 protocol base. In some countries, like the Netherlands or Germany, it is possible to use a stripped version of X.25 via the D-channel (Integrated Services Digital Network#Data channel) of an ISDN-2 (or ISDN BRI (Basic rate interface)) connection for low volume applications such as point-of-sale terminals; but, the future of this service in the Netherlands is uncertain. The '''polka''' is a Central European dance and also a genre (musical genre) of dance music (dancing music) familiar throughout Europe and the Americas. It originated in the middle of the 19th century in Bohemia. Polka is still a popular genre of folk music in many European countries and is performed by folk artists in Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Croatia, Slovenia, Germany, Hungary, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia and Slovakia. Local varieties of this dance are also found in the Nordic countries, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Latin America (especially Mexico), and in the United States. In 1392 he followed his brother, Jan, to Deventer, Netherlands in order to attend the city school. While attending school in Deventer, Thomas encountered the Brethren of the Common Life, followers of Gerard Groote's Modern Devotion. He attended school in Deventer from 1392 to 1399. Origins In the 17th-century, Europe was undergoing expansive social, cultural, and economic growth. In the Netherlands this is known as the Dutch Golden Age. Nations vied for domination of lucrative trade routes across the globe, particularly those to Asia. Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


Japan

program Some tilting trains run on narrow gauge railways. In Japan there are many narrow gauge lines in mountainous regions, and tilting trains have been designed to run on these. In Australia the service between Brisbane and Cairns by the QR Tilt Train claims to be the fastest narrow-gauge train in the world, running at 160 km h. era ca. 700 BC – 200 AD; continued as a literary language until the 20th century region mainland China; Taiwan


Germany

throughout the world. A variant called AX.25 is also used widely by amateur (amateur radio) packet radio. Racal Paknet, now known as Widanet, is still in operation in many regions of the world, running on an X.25 protocol base. In some countries, like the Netherlands or Germany, it is possible to use a stripped version of X.25 via the D-channel (Integrated Services Digital Network#Data channel) of an ISDN-2 (or ISDN BRI (Basic rate interface)) connection for low volume applications such as point-of-sale terminals; but, the future of this service in the Netherlands is uncertain. '''Erich Dagobert von Drygalski''' (February 9, 1865 – January 10, 1949) was a German (Germany) geographer, geophysicist and polar scientist, born in Königsberg, Province of Prussia. instruments Drum kit, Tuba, Semi-acoustic guitar, Zither, Accordion, Trumpet and Clarinet popularity Czech Republic (land of origin) Slovenia, Poland, Germany, Liechtenstein, Austria, Switzerland, Mexico, Namibia and Western-America (Western United States) derivatives Mexican Norteno music (Norteno (music)), Brazilian Maxixe (Maxixe (dance)), Biguine, Turbo Polka, Turbo Folk The '''polka''' is a Central European dance and also a genre (musical genre) of dance music (dancing music) familiar throughout Europe and the Americas. It originated in the middle of the 19th century in Bohemia. Polka is still a popular genre of folk music in many European countries and is performed by folk artists in Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Croatia, Slovenia, Germany, Hungary, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia and Slovakia. Local varieties of this dance are also found in the Nordic countries, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Latin America (especially Mexico), and in the United States. '''Edith Stein''', also '''Saint Teresia Benedicta of the Cross''', sometimes also known as '''Saint Edith Stein''' (October 12, 1891 – August 9, 1942), was a German (Germany) Roman Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) philosopher (Philosophy) and nun, regarded as a martyr and saint of the Roman Catholic Church. Born into an observant Jewish (Jews) family but an atheist (atheism) by her teenage years, she was baptized January 1, 1922 into the Roman Catholic Church and received into the Discalced Carmelite Order (Discalced Carmelites) as a postulant in 1934. Although she moved from Germany to the Netherlands to avoid Nazi (Nazism) persecution, in 1942 she was arrested and sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp, where she died in the gas chamber. She was canonized (canonization) by Pope John Paul II in 1998. thumb "Good friends in three countries": Japanese propaganda poster from 1938 promoting the cooperation between Japan, Germany, and Italy. (File:1938 Naka yoshi sangoku.jpg) The term "axis" is believed to have been first coined by Hungary's fascist prime minister Gyula Gömbös, who advocated an alliance of Germany, Hungary, and Italy. He worked as an intermediary between Germany and Italy to lessen differences between the two countries to achieve such an alliance. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


United States

Goodman." In 1984, Goodman came to television as the creator, anchor (News presenter) and editor-in-chief of ''Adam Smith's Money World''. Running on Public Broadcasting (Public Broadcasting Service) in the U.S., it became the most honored program in its field, winning eight Emmy (Emmy Award) nominations and five Emmy Awards, as well as the Overseas Press Club Award. The documentary specials won gold medals at the Houston International Film Festival and the Flagstaff Film


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