; It is situated on a bay in the south coast of the island, opposite from the other nearby towns of Stari Grad (Stari Grad, Croatia) and Jelsa (Jelsa, Croatia). Fall of Liburnian domination in the Adriatic Sea and their final retreat to their ethnic region (Liburnia) were caused by military and political activities of Dionysius the Elder of Syracuse (Dionysius I of Syracuse) (406 – 367 BC). The imperial power base of this Syracusan tyrant stemmed from a huge naval fleet of 300 tetreras
at Kawambwa Secondary School in Kawambwa, where he was expelled in the second year for political activities. He became co-boy and later a bus driver. It was there that he found his ability to become a politician due to his charismatic personality. Chiluba's legacy to Zambia. BBC. 4 May 2007. He later worked as city councilor before becoming an accounts assistant at Atlas Copco, and rose in his rankings, in Ndola
on Lake Vištytis, Marijampolė district. It is situated at the Russian border (Kaliningrad oblast) and is a capital of Vištytis elderate. When Grinius was born in Selema, near Marijampolė, Lithuania was part of the Russian empire. He studied medicine at the University of Moscow and became a physician. As a young man, he became involved in Lithuanian political activities, and was persecuted by the Tsarist authorities. Geography Yotvingians lived in the area of Sudovia and Dainava (Yotvingia); south west from the upper Neman (Neman River) and their land began to be conquered by various people. The territory was between later Marijampolė, Merkinė (Lithuania), Slonim, Kobryn (Belarus), Białystok, and Ełk (Ełk, Poland) (Poland). Vytautas the Great wrote about "terra Sudorum", in a letter to King Sigismund of March 11, 1420. Today this area corresponds mostly to the Podlaskie Voivodeship of Poland, portions of Lithuania and a part of Hrodna Province (Grodno Region) of Belarus. *Dzūkija (''Dzūkija'' or ''Dainava'' (the latter name literally means "Land of songs")). Region in the southeast of Lithuania, also includes vast historically Lithuanian territories of Belarus, and some territories of Poland. Capital is Alytus, largest city is Vilnius. *Suvalkija (''Sūduva'' or ''Suvalkija''). Region in the southwest of Lithuania, the smallest ethnographic region. Capital is Marijampolė, largest city - Kaunas. *Lithuania Minor (''Mažoji Lietuva''). Region at the Baltic sea coast, also includes territories with large historical Lithuanian population of what is now Kaliningrad Oblast and a bit of northern Poland. Largest city is Klaipėda. As circumstances changed, the Local Detachment moved from cooperation to resistance. Wikipedia:Marijampolė
крепость.Камера Морозова.jpg thumb upright Morozov's cell at Shlisselburg. Between 1882–1905 Morozov was imprisoned in Peter and Paul fortress and in Shlisselburg for his political activities. At that period he wrote political verse and began intense studies in physics, chemistry, astronomy and history. After being released in 1906, he started to teach chemistry and astronomy at the university of Petrograd. In 1907 he was elected into the Duma, but as a former prisoner he was not allowed to take the office. He became a member of many associations for science, including the Russian Aero-club. For the publication of his book ''Songs of the Stars'' in 1910, he became imprisoned for another year. birth_place Aldi, Chechnya death_place Shlisselburg, Russian Empire placeofburial DATE OF DEATH 1794 PLACE OF DEATH Shlisselburg, Russian Empire Imperial Russia The Imperial Russian Baltic Fleet was created during the Great Northern War at the initiative of Peter the Great, who ordered the first ships for the Baltic Fleet to be constructed at Lodeynoye Pole in 1702 and 1703. The first commander was a Dutch admiral, Cornelius Cruys, who in 1723 was succeeded by Count Fyodor Apraksin. In 1703, the main base of the fleet was established in Kronshtadt. One of the fleet's first actions was the taking of Shlisselburg. In 1701 Peter the Great established a special school, the School of Mathematics and Navigation (Russian: Школа математических и навигацких наук), situated in the Sukharev Tower in Moscow. As St. Petersburg was built it was moved to St. Petersburg and in 1752 its was renamed the Naval Cadet Corps. Today it is the St. Petersburg Naval Institute - Peter the Great Naval Corps. thumb left The first vessel the leader Standart (frigate) 24-gun three-masted frigate Standart (File:Shtandart 001.jpg), modern replica *In botany, a '''nutlet''' is a pyrena or pyrene, which is a seed covered by a stony layer, such as the kernel of a drupe. *'''Nutlet''' or "Little Nut" is the translation of ''Oreshek'', a name of the fortress in Shlisselburg, Russia. When the French Revolution started, Catherine changed her attitude towards the likes of Novikov. His printing-house was confiscated. Three years later, without a formal trial, he was incarcerated in the Shlisselburg Fortress for 15 years. Much of his printed material was pulped, including 1,000 copies of Edward Young's ''The Last Day'' (1713). Emperor Paul set Novikov free, but the latter was too scared and broken-hearted to resume his journalistic activities. However, before the attempt was ready, on March 1, 1887 all the revolutionaries were arrested by the police. After a short trial, on May 8 Ulyanov and his comrades Pakhomiy Andreyushkin, Vasili Generalov, Vasili Osipanov and Petr Shevyrev were sentenced to death and hanged at Shlisselburg. Most of the Polish accomplices (including Lukaszewicz, but also the future marshal of Poland Józef Piłsudski and Tytus Paszkowski) were also sentenced to death, but their sentence was later exchanged to that of katorga, or forced resettlement to a prison camp. According to trial records, Łukasiewicz appealed for the tsar's mercy. For castrating 9 peasants Shilov was exiled to Riga but continued preaching of his heresy. In 1789 for castrating 12 soldiers in Riga, Shilov was beaten by batons and imprisoned to the Dunamond fortress, in 1797 he was transferred to the Shlisselburg Fortress but still advocated castrating to the prison guards as well as stated that Peter III of Russia is alive and is the true tsar of Russia. At the night from January 5 to January 6 O.S. (Old Style) 1799 (by other sources from January 5 to January 6 O.S. (Old Style) 1800 he was executed. The chapel on his grave soon became a popular place for castrating by Skoptzy, so in 1829 it had to be destroyed.
, was essentially ended. The entire region was placed under a Niger government ''State of Exception'' (limiting travel, gatherings, political activities, etc.) in October 2007, renewed through early 2009. Roads to and from Agadez were reported to have been mined, and the Niger government closed the area to international journalists and aid organizations. An unknown number (reported as several thousands) of internally displaced people converged on the city as a result of the unrest. Climate
Council. Lemoore residents have always taken a keen interest in local political activities. Bob E. Baldock designed and opened for play in 1928 a 9-hole course. The City of Lemoore had it remodeled in 1991, by Bill Phillips to add to the community an exciting 18-hole golf course. Climate According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Lemoore has a semi-arid climate, abbreviated "BSk" on climate maps.
earth_way.htm. His father was an orthodox priest of Polish descent deported to Russia as a result of his political activities. Solecki, Roman (date unknown). Prominent Poles: Konstanty Ciolkowski (Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky) Russian rocket scientist of Polish ancestry, pioneer of cosmonautics, visionary, inventor. University of Connecticut Union, US. Retrieved from http: www.angelfire.com scifi2 rsolecki konstanty_ciolkowski.html. ref>
; blockquote Marcel Pauker got involved in a political fight with Vitali Holostenco, reflecting the struggle between the Bucharest section and that of the Ukrainian SSR that had taken hold of the Party's wing inside the Soviet Union around the proceedings of the 4th Congress in Kharkiv. Again in the Soviet Union, Pauker was reprimanded by the Comintern. Forbidden from contributing to political activities, he was sent to assist as an engineer in the industrial expansion of Magnitogorsk (in western Siberia), a job he undertook between 1930 and 1932. At the same time, Joseph Stalin, whose priority at the time was showing the facade of "unity" within his subject Parties, had Holostenco removed from his position. - Champions Hockey League Ice hockey Europe (Report) (Report) 2009 7,700 Magnitogorsk Arena Magnitogorsk 6,200 Diners Club Arena Zurich align right 13,900 * '''USCC''' (CEK) – Balandino Airport – Chelyabinsk, Russia * '''USCM''' (MQF) – Magnitogorsk Airport – Magnitogorsk, Russia * '''USDD''' (SLY) – Salekhard Airport – Salekhard, Russia LM-57 tramcars worked in Leningrad (Saint Petersburg), Kiev, Tashkent, Gorky (Nizhny Novgorod), Magnitogorsk, Kazan, Saratov, Arkhangelsk and Nizhny Tagil. The last LM-57s were withdrawn from city service in 1983-85. Unlike LM-49 withdrawal, many LM-57s were on the edge of complete exhaustion at this time. This was a consequence of metal economy policy, started in the beginning of 1960s. Main goal of such policy was maximum increase of tramcar mass production. As a result, the frame of LM-57 was not strong and durable in comparison with less complicated pre-war and first post-war tramcars. DATE OF BIRTH October 13, 1948 PLACE OF BIRTH Magnitogorsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia DATE OF DEATH He is perhaps best known for ''Magnetic Mountain: Stalinism as a Civilization'', which exposes the realities of everyday life in the Soviet city of Magnitogorsk during the 1930s. He published ''Armageddon Averted'', a short history of the fall of the Soviet Union, in 2001. He is currently working on a multi-century history of Siberia, focusing on the Ob River valley. - F Evgeni Malkin 191 87 07 31 86 Magnitogorsk Metallurg Magnitogorsk - - F Evgeni Malkin 191 87 07 31 86 Magnitogorsk Metallurg Magnitogorsk - The plan envisioned a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union with 20 to 30 atomic bombs. It earmarked 20 Soviet cities for obliteration in a first strike: Moscow, Gorki (Nizhny Novgorod), Kuybyshev (Samara, Russia), Sverdlovsk (Yekaterinburg), Novosibirsk, Omsk, Saratov, Kazan, Leningrad (St. Petersburg), Baku, Tashkent, Chelyabinsk, Nizhny Tagil, Magnitogorsk, Molotov (Perm), Tbilisi, Stalinsk (Novokuznetsk), Grozny, Irkutsk, and Yaroslavl. Michio Kaku and Daniel Axelrod, "To Win a Nuclear War: The Pentagon's Secret War Plans", Boston, South End Press, 1987, pp. 30-31. dissolved based_in Magnitogorsk, Chelyabinsk arena Magnitogorsk Arena '''Metallurg Magnitogorsk''' ( wikipedia:Magnitogorsk commons:Magnitogorsk
started his political activities as a member of the Hungarian Social Democratic Party. European Junior Championships Nyíregyháza, Hungary bgcolor "silver" 2nd European Junior Championships Nyíregyháza, Hungary bgcolor "CC9966" align "center" 3rd The '''M3''' is a Hungarian (Hungary) motorway connecting Budapest to Nyíregyháza. It will eventually connect Budapest to the Ukrainian (Ukraine) border. Two other motorways branch off it, the M30 (M30 motorway (Hungary)) (connecting the M3 to Miskolc) and the M35 (M35 motorway (Hungary)) (connecting the M3 to Debrecen). The M3 follows the route of route 3, and, later, route 4. The last section of the motorway, the one between Görbeháza and Nyíregyháza was opened to the public in August 2007. The total length of the motorway now is 230 km. 300px thumb right Aerial photo: M3 (Image:M3 - freeway.jpg) * M15 (M15 motorway (Hungary))* - connects M1 to Bratislava D2 motorway (Slovakia) * M3 (M3 motorway (Hungary)) - towards Northeastern Hungary – Miskolc, Debrecen, Nyíregyháza - and Ukraine * M30 (M30 motorway (Hungary)) - connects M3 to Miskolc European Junior Championships (1995 European Athletics Junior Championships) Nyíregyháza, Hungary bgcolor "gold" 1st birth_date WikiPedia:Nyíregyháza