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Bardia

. During World War II, it was the site of a major Italian (Kingdom of Italy (1861–1946)) fortification, invested by the XXIII Corps (XXIII Corps (Italy)) under the command of General Annibale Bergonzoli. Collier, Richard (1977) ''The War in the Desert'' Time-Life Books, Alexandria, Virginia, p. 29, ISBN 0-7835-5721-3 and Time-Life Books (1990) ''Afrikakorps'' Time-Life Books, Alexandria, Virginia, p. 15, ISBN 0-8094-6983-9 On 21 June 1940


Vestmannaeyjar

, James Brown, Ray Charles, Fats Domino, the Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley. The new island was named after ''Surtr'', a fire ''jötunn'' or giant from Norse mythology. It was intensively studied by volcanologists (Volcanology) during its eruption


Territory of the Military Commander in Serbia

Exhibition *Balkans Campaign (Balkans Campaign (World War II)) Notes *


Ordnungspolizei

of the Polish Invasion, there were four SS combat regiments: ''Leibstandarte (SS-Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler)'', ''Deutschland'', ''Germania'' and ''Der Führer''. The latter three were reorganized into the '''SS-Verfügungs-Division''', and the ''Leibstandarte'' was expanded into a motorized brigade. In addition there were


Sitka, Alaska

Who's Who in Alaskan Politics year 1977 publisher Binford & Mort for the Alaska Historical Commission location Portland, Oregon page 24 ; established_date2 November 5, 1913 (City of Sitka) ; September 24, 1963


Quito

. above sea level. The trails connected the regions

route followed the coastal plain not including in coastal deserts where it hugged the foothills. above


Etruscan civilization

The Etruscans publisher ''Rizzoli International Publications'' accessdate 2009-04-22 Cities


Mecca

, Turkmenistan * References *

0-7835-5465-6 ref iw year 1999 author the editors of Time-Life Books. * Further reading ;Published in the 19th century *


Shreveport, Louisiana

school talent show was so loud that the principal cut the microphone off. Sounes, ''Down The Highway: The Life Of Bob Dylan'', pp. 29–37. In 1959, his High School yearbook carried, beneath his photo, the caption: "Robert Zimmerman: to join 'Little Richard'." LIFE Books, ''Bob Dylan, Forever Young, 50 Years of Song'', Time Home Entertainment, 2012, Vol. 2. No 2, February 10, 2012, p. 15 The same year, using


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