Places Known For

finishing high


; Reich Labour Service) – Solution to the unemployment crisis the Nazis inherited. Provided cheap labour for big state projects, such as the Autobahns. Made compulsory for unemployed men 16-25 in 1935. Provided work security to many unemployed. After finishing high school, Morath passed the ''Abitur'' and was obliged to complete six months of service for the ''Reichsarbeitsdienst'' (Reich Labour Service) before entering Berlin University. At university, Morath studied

Independence, Kansas

. The son of a pharmacist, after finishing high school, he entered the pharmacy department of the University of Kansas, at Lawrence (Lawrence, Kansas). He was working as a pharmacist in 1901 when the business failed. He then began selling lumber for derricks in the oil fields of southeastern Kansas. On the side, he started speculating in oil leases. Kansapedia. "Harry Ford Sinclair." Kansas Historical Society. Retrieved November 14

Dire Dawa

bl&ots 6A1889Zt8z&sig 9tSu4mAQDv1kbWXVn2c-V7NJom8&hl en&ei tA-fTeDPCIja0QH5vs36Cg&sa X&oi book_result&ct result&resnum 2&ved 0CB0Q6AEwAQ#v onepage&q guelleh%2C%20Issa%20Mamassan&f false Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2007 ''', report to Congress, U.S. Dept. of State, August 2008 (on Issa in Djibouti) In the late 1960s, Guelleh migrated to Djibouti before finishing high school. He later joined the police, becoming a junior non

Whitby, Ontario

the contents of his speech. After finishing high school which ended at Grade 11, Muriel attended the Ontario Ladies College, a Methodist girls' school in Whitby, Ontario. Her aunt, Abbie Ball, taught there and offered to pay Muriel's fees. The College provided instruction in languages, history, mathematics and piano but little science. The 15-year-old Muriel was too shy to participate in drama even though her aunt was the school's drama coach. She also suffered from homesickness. Once a month


in Black Consciousness when he was finishing high school in Soweto. His presence in that town linked him to a group known as the "township" or "Soweto" poets, and his poems often expressed themes of political activism, the development of black identity, and violent images of revolt and resistance. He was arrested by the apartheid government under the Terrorism Act in June 1969 and spent nine months in solitary confinement, before being released without charge. He went to study in New York, obtaining a Fine Arts degree at the Columbia University, before going to work in Gaborone, Botswana and later London for the African National Congress in their Arts and Culture Department. chairman Daniel Kwelagobe headquarters Gaborone, South-East District (South-East District (Botswana)) seats1_title Parliament of Botswana author Central Statistics Office location Gaborone, Botswana title POPULATION OF TOWNS, VILLAGES AND ASSOCIATED LOCATLITIES - 1. align "left" '''Gaborone''' South-East District (South-East District (Botswana)) Gaborone 186,007 91,823 94,184 - In 1961, however, Khama leapt back onto the political scene by founding the nationalist (Nationalism) Bechuanaland Democratic Party. His exile gave him an increased credibility with an independence-minded electorate, and the BDP swept aside its Socialist (Socialism) and Pan-Africanist (Pan-Africanism) rivals to dominate the 1965 elections. Now Prime Minister of Bechuanaland, Khama continued to push for Botswana's independence, from the newly-established capital of Gaborone. A 1965 constitution delineated a new Botswana government (Government of Botswana), and on 30 September 1966, Botswana gained its independence, with Khama acting as its first President. In 1966 Elizabeth II appointed Khama Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Order of the British Empire). admin_center_type Headquarters admin_center Gaborone, Botswana languages_type Working languages The '''Southern African Development Community''' ('''SADC''') is an inter-governmental organization headquartered in Gaborone, Botswana. Its goal is to further socio-economic cooperation and integration as well as political and security cooperation among 15 southern African states. It complements the role of the African Union. SADC in practice right 250px thumb SADC headquarters building in Gaborone (File:Southern African Development Community Headquarters 20 oct 2009.jpg), Botswana. One significant challenge is that member states also participate in other regional economic cooperation schemes and regional political and security cooperation schemes that may compete with or undermine SADC's aims. For example, South Africa and Botswana both belong to the Southern Africa Customs Union, Zambia is a part of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, and Tanzania is a member of the East African Community. October * October 11 – Chris Phatswe, a disgruntled and suicidal Air Botswana pilot, commandeers an empty ATR-42 airliner belonging to the airline and circles Sir Seretse Khama International Airport in Gaborone, Botswana, for two hours before crashing his plane into the airline WikiPedia:Gaborone Dmoz:Regional Africa Botswana Localities Gaborone commons:Gaborone


''', was a Kurdish (Kurdish people) poet and political activist. He was born on February 20, 1918 in the town of Koi Sanjaq located in the Mosul Vilayet of the Ottoman Empire (present-day: in Arbil Governorate). first he started school at Ranye . After finishing high school in Kirkuk, he moved to Baghdad, where he studied Law. in 1945 he finished law school. He wrote Ey Reqîb (Kurdish (Kurdish people) national anthem) in 1938, when he was in prison. It is not known when the Ardalans established themselves in Sinne, but it was probably in the 14th century. The territories of Zardiawa (Karadagh), Khanaqin, Kirkuk, and Kifri, which were already the homelands of the Goran-Kurds, all belonged to this principality. The capital city of the principality was first in Zalm Sharazor, but was moved to Sinne later on. The Ardalan state was completely independent until it was incorporated into Safavid Empire as a semi-autonomous frontier province. During the Safavid period, the Ardalans were deeply involved in the struggles between the Iranian and Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) empires and, whenever it suited them, they shifted their allegiance to the Ottoman state, thus when one of their leaders Ambez Miran supported the Ottomans against the Iranians he was expelled and left Ardalan to live in Soran. Moreover, it is believed that people who carry the Surname Miran prince in Northern Erbil are the sons of Ambez, mainy founded in Shaqlawa and few other places. In the following (second) millennium, the term "''Lullubi''" or "''Lullu''" seems to have become a generic Babylonian Assyrian term for "highlander", while the original region of Lullubi was also known as Zamua. However, the "land of Lullubi" makes a reappearance in the late 12th century BC, when both Nebuchadnezzar I of Babylon (in c. 1120 BC) and Tiglath-Pileser I of Assyria (in 1113 BC) claim to have subdued it. Neo-Assyrian kings of the following centuries also recorded campaigns and conquests in the area of Lullubum Zamua. Most notably, Ashur-nasir-pal II had to suppress a revolt among the Lullubian Zamuan chiefs in 881 BC, during which they constructed a wall in the Bazian pass (between modern Kirkuk and Sulaymaniyah) in a failed attempt to keep the Assyrian out. They were said to have had 19 walled cities in their land, as well as a large supply of horses, cattle, metals, textiles and wine, which were carried off by Ashur-nasir-pal. Local chiefs or governors of the Zamua region continue to be mentioned down to the end of Esarhaddon's reign (669 BC). Life Abdulla was born in Halabja in 1904, he studied in Kirkuk. When his father and older brother died, he left school and taught as a teacher for several years in the Hawraman region. In the 1940s when the Allies established a Radio Station in Jaffa, Goran served as Kurdish staff member. Active in the Iraqi Communist Party he was arrested and tortured many times during the period of the monarchy. Until 1954, he was editor for the journal ''Jîn'' (Life). In early 1959, he became the editor in chief of the journal Shafaq (dawn, later changing name to Bayan). He was appointed a lecturer at the Department of Kurdish language and literature at the University of Baghdad in autumn of 1960. As a member of the Iraqi Committee of peace and solidarity he often traveled to the former Soviet Union. He became ill with cancer and died in Kurdistan on November 18, 1962. Schooling Parallel to attending the state schools, he had the opportunity to study Islamic law, philosophy and theology. He studied physics and mathematics at the science faculty at the Teachers' Training Faculty of the University of Baghdad in the first half of 1950s. From October 1955 to 1961, Jamal was a secondary school teacher of physics and math. For three years, he taught in Iraqi Kurdistan, in Kirkuk and in Arbil, and for three years in Basrah and Baghdad. In the summer of 1956, Jamal travelled to Syria and Lebanon, where he met many Kurdish intellectuals, poets and writers who worked and published in Kurmanji Kurdish dialect. In the summer of 1957, when he travelled to Iranian Kurdistan and Tehran. In Kermanshah, he met among others the Kurdish writer Fath-Ali Haidari Zebajoui and in Sinne (Sanandaj), he met the famous Kurdish cleric and writer, Ayatollah Mohammed Mardokh-i Kurdistani (1885-1975). They agreed continually to serve the Kurdish language and culture. Works Nebez wrote many essays in Arab newspapers in Baghdad about the political, social and human rights of the Kurds. One of these publications, in spring 1954, was a critical article published in „Sawt al-Ahali“(voice of the population) on a press-interview given by Celal Bayar, then expresident of Turkey, during a sojourn in the United States, in which Bayar denied the existence of any other people but Turks (Turkish people) in Turkey. During the two years he had taught in Kirkuk, he created the basis for the first physics and mathematics books in the Kurdish language. In 1956, he prepared a stencilized script on Algebra and in 1960, succeeded in publishing the first physics book in Kurdish under the title, "Introduction into the Mechanics and Properties of Matter", including a rich glossary of Kurdish terms pertaining to physics and mathematics. In the course of his sojourn in Damascus, he managed to write a booklet in Arabic on "The Kurdish Freedom Movement and its Aims" in 1957. He published another book in the same year, titled "Kurdish in Latin Script", in Baghdad. He has published many books on Kurdish language and he also translated some literary works, including works of Gogol and Shakespeare into Kurdish. He was employed by Ultra Services of Istanbul, Turkey when he disappeared in Iraq on Thursday October 9, 2003. His car was found empty on a road between Kirkuk and Tikrit, with his equipment and $40,000 still inside. On December 14, 2003 his colleague, Ryan G. Manelick was gunned down just after leaving Camp Anaconda. The Major Procurement Fraud Unit (MPFU) at U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (HQCID) is investigating. The CID determined that Von Ackermann died on October 9, 2003 in a botched kidnapping attempt. They still, however, refuse to give out information on his case which is still "active." Ackermann's body was never found.ref Wikipedia:Kirkuk Dmoz:Regional Middle_East Iraq Localities Kirkuk commons:Kirkuk

Wheeling, West Virginia

, now a suburb of the city of Wheeling (Wheeling, West Virginia). Sinclair grew up in Independence, Kansas. The son of a pharmacist, after finishing high school, he entered the pharmacy department of the University of Kansas, at Lawrence (Lawrence, Kansas). He was working as a pharmacist in 1901 when the business failed. He then began selling lumber for derricks in the oil fields of southeastern Kansas. On the side, he started speculating in oil leases. ref name "

Kingdom of Serbia

achieved education in the Kingdom of Serbia in Niš. After finishing high school he went to mechanical workshop. In 1913 he joined the Serbian Army in the Balkan wars and fought during the First World War. In 1916 he was captured by Austro-Hungarian armed forces, but he managed to flee to the Russian Empire and finish graduation in Odessa. He fought on the Romanian front, where he was wounded. In October 1917, when the revolution broke out, he joined the Red Guards (Russia


academic studies. After finishing high school he went to Baghdad University to complete his studies. After finishing a degree in Civil engineering he went to Najaf AlAshraf in the middle of the seventies and started his studies in that well-known university of Islamic knowledge and law until he got the position of ''Ijtehad''. He studied and taught there until the year 1991 when he migrated to the Holy city of Qum in Iran. His lecturers in Annajaf will be mentioned below. In Qum he


ulici'') in the city of Novi Sad on the 20th of October 1843, was the only child of Atanasije and Ane Trifković. He went to sea just before finishing high school, but his delicate health proved unequal to the task, and after two years sailing the seven seas he went to Rijeka to study law. Upon graduation, he moved back to Novi Sad where he established his law practice and wrote plays in his spare time. Soon his passion for the stage completely engrossed him, he tried his hand both at dramatic criticism and at dramatic authorship. founded 2001 headquarters Rijeka, Croatia key_people Marijan Tuskan '''Air Adriatic''' was a charter airline based in Rijeka, Croatia and was the first private Croatian airline. It operated charter services from northern Europe to Croatian holiday destinations. Its main bases were Pula Airport and Dubrovnik Airport. Flight International 27 March 2007 It ceased operations in March 2007 after it had lost its air operator certificate. CH-Aviation - Air Adriatic 18 March 2007 '''Armada''' is a football (football (soccer)) supporters club for NK Rijeka; they're also known to support Rijeka's other sports clubs, such as RK Zamet (handball (Team handball)), VK Primorje (waterpolo) or KK Kvarner (basketball). Personal life history Bartini was born in Fiume (Fiume (city)), Austria-Hungary (now Rijeka, Croatia). Chutko (1978) He was the son of an unmarried 17 year old girl. Her aunts and tutors, impoverished aristocrats originally from the city of Miskolc, North-East of Budapest, granted custody of the child to a peasant family. When the natural father of the child, a married man, refused to recognize the baby as his son, the young mother drowned herself. Ciampaglia 2009, pp. 11-12. - 11706 Rijeka WikiPedia:Rijeka Dmoz:Regional Europe Croatia Localities Rijeka Commons:Rijeka

Copyright (C) 2015-2017
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017