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Hungarian Soviet Republic

Pogány.'' Budapest: Central European University Press, 2012. * Sándor Szilassy, ''Revolutionary Hungary, 1918–1921.'' Astor Park, FL: Danubian Press, 1971. * Rudolf Tokes, ''Béla Kun and the Hungarian Soviet Republic: The Origins and Role of the Communist Party of Hungary in the Revolutions of 1918–1919.'' New York: F.A. Praeger, 1967. * Ivan Volgyes (editor), ''Hungary in Revolution, 1918–19: Nine Essays'' Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1971. * Ferenc Tibor Zsuppán, "The Early

Activities of the Hungarian Communist Party, 1918-19," ''Slavonic and East European Review,'' vol. 43, no. 101 (June 1965), pp. 314-334. External links * Alan Woods, "The Hungarian Soviet Republic of 1919: The Forgotten Revolution." . The Romanian control of Transylvania, which had also a Hungarian-speaking population of 1,662,000 (31,6%, according to the census data (Treaty of Trianon#Demographic consequences) of 1910), was widely resented in the new nation state of Hungary. A war (Hungarian-Romanian War of 1919) between the Kingdom of Romania and the Hungarian Soviet Republic, who also had parallel conflicts (Revolutions_and_interventions_in_Hungary_(1918–1920)) with Czechoslovakia and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, was fought mainly in 1919 and ended with a partial Romanian occupation of Hungary. The Romanian army provided weapons C. Kiriţescu: Istoria războiului pentru întregirea României, Vol. II, ed. Romania Noua, 1923, pp. 612 to support the army of Admiral Horthy, who became the regent of Hungary after the Romanian troops left Hungary in early 1920.


the town of Newry, County Down, Ireland, Ludlam lived for a while in the West Indies before coming to New Zealand, where he would spend the rest of his life apart from visits to Australia and England. (Little is known about Ludlam's early activities in Ireland or the West Indies but a preserved specimen of the common iguana, collected by him on Tobago, is listed in an 1845 British Museum catalogue of lizards.) Fatalities 7,186 - 8,000

Marshall Space Flight Center

When the problem reoccurred, NASA ran a fuel test, which led them to believe the problem lied in the faulty connector. The connector was then removed from the tank and taken to Marshall Space Flight Center (w:Marshall Space Flight Center) in Huntsville (w:Huntsville, Alabama), Alabama, where it is currently undergoing extensive analysis and modification. The new connector is scheduled to be installed by January 10. At the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (w:Marshall Space Flight Center) activities will focus on their slogan for Earth Day 2009, "Just One Drop ... PRICELESS" and will demonstrate how the Environmental Control Life Support System (w:Life support system) operates as used on the International Space Staton (w:International Space Station) (ISS).


These early activities soon developed into importing beef and beef products into the UK, which in turn led to them owning cattle ranches (ranch (land)) in Brazil, Venezuela and Australia and their own meat processing factories in Argentina, Uruguay (Frigorífico Anglo del Uruguay), New Zealand and Australia (in 1914 Vestey Brothers built a meat processing works at Bullocky Point, Darwin, Australia (Darwin, Northern Territory), but closed its operations in 1920

- Türkiye Komünist Partisi (Communist Party of Turkey (historical)) (TKP) * Uruguay - Partido Comunista del Uruguay (PCU) * USA - Communist Party USA (CPUSA) The Vestey brothers then went to South America in an attempt to make a fortune because the economy there was booming. They started by buying game birds and storing them in the cold stores of American (USA) companies before shipping them to Liverpool. These early activities soon developed into importing beef

Austrian Empire

Austrian occupation), and the statutory system itself was annulled by the 1856 Treaty of Paris (Treaty of Paris (1856)). Hitchins, pp. 335-336. Early activities Born in Bocşa (Bocşa, Sălaj) (


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to the war in Israel. Ending Israel's occupation of Southern Lebanon, which lasted for 18 years, was the primary focus of Hezbollah's early activities. Israel had become militarily involved in Lebanon in combat with (Operation Litani) the Palestine Liberation Organization, which had been invited into Lebanon after Black September in Jordan. Israel had been attacking the PLO in Southern Lebanon


François, Duc de Broglie duc de Broglie 's army, as commissary in San Domingo (Haiti) from 1767 to 1774, and, after his return to France, as commissary-general of the marine. In 1776 he was entrusted to carry out plans of colonization in French Guiana, but was superseded in 1779. Early activities He was born at Auzon (Haute-Loire), the son of a poor weaver, and went to French America (French colonization of the Americas) to seek his fortune. At Saint Domingue on the island of Haiti, he began the manufacture of tafia (an inferior quality of rum), but lost everything in a fire. thumb ''Boxer'' as an experimental helicopter carrier operating off Puerto Rico (File:USS Boxer LPH-4.jpg) in 1966. With two Landing Ship Docks, ''Boxer'' was dispatched to Hispanola on 29 August 1964 on a humanitarian mission to aid Haiti and the Dominican Republic whose infrastructure had been damaged by Hurricane Cleo. The ships provided medical aid and helped to evacuate civilians displaced by the storm. On 27 April 1965 ''Boxer'' returned to the Dominican Republic with Helicopter Squadron 264 (HMM-264) and a complement of Marines. They evacuated about 1,000 US nationals from the country in the wake of a revolution in the country. It was a part of Operation Powerpack which would eventually see the US occupation of that country. Later in 1965, she was used as a transport vessel for the Vietnam War. The carrier transported 200 helicopters of the US Army's 1st Cavalry Division (US 1st Cavalry Division) to South Vietnam. She made a second trip to Vietnam in early 1966 when she transported Marine Corps aircraft to South Vietnam. However, she did not participate in combat operations during that war. More recently, in 1994, Commando Solo was utilized to broadcast radio and television messages to the citizens and leaders of Haiti during Operation Uphold Democracy. The EC-130s deployed early in the operation, highlighting the importance of PSYOP in avoiding military and civilian casualties. President Aristide was featured on the broadcasts which contributed significantly to the orderly transition from military rule to democracy. Modeling career Following her divorce, Page worked briefly in San Francisco, and in Haiti. In 1949, art abpage.html she moved to New York City, where she hoped to find work as an actress. In the meantime, she supported herself by working as a secretary. In 1950, while walking along the Coney Island shore, she met Jerry Tibbs, a police officer with an interest in photography. She was a willing model, and Tibbs took pictures of her and put together her first pinup portfolio. Evans, who was born in Franklin, Pennsylvania, served in the Philippines and in the United States prior to World War I, during which he won the Navy Cross and other awards for the distinction of his service in the Marine Brigade of the American Expeditionary Force in France. His postwar service included duty in Haiti, where from 1927 to 1930 he commanded the Constabulary Detachment and was Chief of the ''Gendarmerle d'Haiti''. Brigadier General Evans also was District Marine Officer of several Naval Districts. Retired 1 December 1940, he made his home in Honolulu, Hawaii, where he died 25 November 1941. On 28 January, the battleship landed marines at Port-au-Prince, Haiti, to guard the United States legation and to establish a field radio station during that period of political convulsions. She departed Port-au-Prince on 14 April after the restoration of some order under General Oreste Zamor, the new Haitian President. She coaled at Key West, Florida, then steamed to Veracruz where she sent a landing force ashore to join in the occupation of that city until her departure a month later. ''South Carolina'' spent the troubled summer of 1914 investigating conditions in Santo Domingo and Haiti. World War I On the day of America's entry into World War I, 6 April 1917, ''Charleston'' was placed in full commission, and early in May reported for duty with the Patrol Force in the Caribbean. Based on St. Thomas (Saint Thomas, United States Virgin Islands), U.S. Virgin Islands, she patrolled for commerce raiders through the month of May, then sailed north carrying Marines from Haiti to Philadelphia. After a quiet 1927, ''Rochester'' relieved the gunboat WikiPedia:Haiti Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Haiti Commons:Category:Haiti

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