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Biratnagar

Biratnagar, Nepal - - align right 4. Biratnagar align right 129.388 align right 166.674 align right 168.331 Morang (Morang District) - '''March 13, 1947 :''' Launched a massive countrywide anti-Rana demonstration. Started labour movement and strike in Jute Mill in Biratnagar which was led by Late Girija Prasad Koirala, the ex-Prime Minister and the ex-Party President. '''May 23, 1957 :''' Special National Convention held at Biratnagar, Bishweshwar


Cotonou

to Dahomey immediately. Appealing for peace, he convened a special National Assembly session. The protesters and trade unionists were indifferent to his efforts toward reconciliation. When Maga agreed with their demands and replaced his government with a provisional one in which Apithy and Ahomadégbé-Tomêtin had equal standing, they organized themselves to protest this new order. Armed northerners came down to Cotonou to support Maga and clashed with dissenters, killing two. ref name RM152 >


León, Spain

and age mf yes 1939 01 19 birth_place León (León, Spain), Castilla y León, Spain nationality Spanish '''Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa, S.A.D.''' is a Spanish football team (List of football clubs in Spain) based in León (León, Spain), in the autonomous community of Castile and León. Founded in 1923, it currently plays in Tercera División – Group 8 (Tercera División), holding home games at ''Estadio Reino de León'', with a capacity of 13,451 seats. After the Holocaust, her parents moved to Israel from Thessaloniki, Greece where they were Sephardi Jews who were descendants of Jews from León (León, Spain). She studied Hebrew Literature (Hebrew literature) and Philosophy at Bar Ilan University. - align "center" 1995–1996 León (León, Spain) '''Bidasoa Irún (CD Bidasoa)''' FC Barcelona (FC Barcelona Handbol) 21–20 - align "center" - align "center" 1971–1972 León (León, Spain) '''FC Barcelona (FC Barcelona Handbol)''' Marcol (CB Marcol) xx-xx - align "center"


Romania

to admit more refugees was ratified by the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, and, in response to the pressure, President Roosevelt (Franklin D. Roosevelt) subsequently issued an administrative order for the establishment of a special national authority, the War Refugee Board (WRB) to deal with Jewish and non-Jewish war refugees. An official government emissary sent to Turkey was of considerable assistance in the rescue of Romanian Jewry. The WRB saved about 200,000 Jews. (Wyman 1984:285) Those rescued through the WRB were probably mostly in Hungary, in part through the Raoul Wallenberg mission which was sponsored by the WRB. '''Florenţa Ţacu-Crăciunescu''' (May 7, 1955 – June 8, 2008) was a female discus thrower from Romania, who won the bronze medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, United States. Her personal best throw was 69.50 metres, achieved in August 1985. She was born in Craiova, Dolj.


Turkey

to admit more refugees was ratified by the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, and, in response to the pressure, President Roosevelt (Franklin D. Roosevelt) subsequently issued an administrative order for the establishment of a special national authority, the War Refugee Board (WRB) to deal with Jewish and non-Jewish war refugees. An official government emissary sent to Turkey was of considerable assistance in the rescue of Romanian Jewry. The WRB saved about 200,000 Jews. (Wyman 1984:285) Those rescued through the WRB were probably mostly in Hungary, in part through the Raoul Wallenberg mission which was sponsored by the WRB. '''Datça''' is a district of Muğla Province in south-west Turkey, and the center town of the district. The center is situated midway through the peninsula which carries the same name as the district and the town (Datça Peninsula). thumb 150px right Windmills of Datça (File:Datça yeldeğirmeni 1.jpg) Datça Peninsula is a prized location for tourists visiting Turkey, especially by sea, because of the beauty of its many coves and larger bays, which are favored ports of call for those undertaking the celebrated Blue Cruise along Turkey's spectacular southwest coast. Boats (usually gulets) depart either from Bodrum or Marmaris, or from Datça itself for these tours. thumb 150px right Windmills of Datça (File:Datça yeldeğirmeni 1.jpg) Datça Peninsula is a prized location for tourists visiting Turkey, especially by sea, because of the beauty of its many coves and larger bays, which are favored ports of call for those undertaking the celebrated Blue Cruise along Turkey's spectacular southwest coast. Boats (usually gulets) depart either from Bodrum or Marmaris, or from Datça itself for these tours. '''Ula''' is a district as well as the center town of the same district in Muğla Province in the Aegean (Aegean Region, Turkey) region of Turkey in south-west Anatolia. '''Balçova''' is a district of İzmir Province in Turkey. It is one of the nine districts in the Greater Metropolitan Area of İzmir, the smallest in terms of area. Balçova is a fully urbanized at the rate of 100,0 per cent and the center has no depending townships with own municipalities or villages. Balçova district area follows the southern coastline of the inner Gulf of İzmir, on the road to Çeşme and is at a distance of Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


Poland

, due to United States State Department pressure on US consulates to place as many obstacles as possible in the path of refugees. The proposal to admit more refugees was ratified by the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, and, in response to the pressure, President Roosevelt (Franklin D. Roosevelt) subsequently issued an administrative order for the establishment of a special national authority, the War Refugee Board (WRB) to deal with Jewish and non-Jewish war refugees. An official government emissary sent to Turkey was of considerable assistance in the rescue of Romanian Jewry. The WRB saved about 200,000 Jews. (Wyman 1984:285) Those rescued through the WRB were probably mostly in Hungary, in part through the Raoul Wallenberg mission which was sponsored by the WRB. '''Barbara Jagiellon''' (15 July 1478 – 15 February 1534 POLAND, Medieval Lands ) was a princess of Poland and a duchess of Saxony (Duchy of Saxony). Life Barbara was married on 21 November 1496 in a glittering ceremony in Leipzig to George, Duke of Saxony (1471–1539). At the wedding, 6,286 German and Polish nobles were said to be present. This marriage was a key part of maintaining good diplomatic relations between Germany and Poland. For Barbara's family, the marriage was also important due to their rivalry with the House of Habsburg. Both states joined the League of Nations, and both signed agreements of defence of several countries, most significantly Poland. The Treaty of Sèvres split the Middle East between the two states, in the form of mandates (League of Nations mandate). However the outlook of the nations were different during the inter-war years; while France saw itself inherently as a European power, the UK enjoyed close relationships with Australia, Canada and New Zealand and at one time flirted with the idea of Empire Free Trade, a form of protectionism that would have seen large tariffs placed on goods from France. WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


Germany

by the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, and, in response to the pressure, President Roosevelt (Franklin D. Roosevelt) subsequently issued an administrative order for the establishment of a special national authority, the War Refugee Board (WRB) to deal with Jewish and non-Jewish war refugees. An official government emissary sent to Turkey was of considerable assistance in the rescue of Romanian Jewry. The WRB saved about 200,000 Jews. (Wyman 1984:285) Those rescued through the WRB were probably mostly in Hungary, in part through the Raoul Wallenberg mission which was sponsored by the WRB. '''Anna Maria of Mecklenburg-Schwerin''' (Schwerin, 1 July 1627 – Halle (Halle, Saxony-Anhalt), 11 December 1669) was a German (Germany) noblewoman, a member of the House of Mecklenburg and by marriage Duchess of Saxe-Weissenfels. The '''B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co.''' KGaA (Kommanditgesellschaft auf Aktien) is a private banking company in Frankfurt, Germany. Metzler traces its origins to a trading company established 1674 by Benjamin Metzler in Frankfurt and is Germany’s oldest private bank still owned exclusively by the founding family. Biography He was born in Saarbrücken, Germany, and emigrated to Mandate Palestine (British Mandate of Palestine) as a child. He studied with Paul Ben-Haim. Life Barbara was married on 21 November 1496 in a glittering ceremony in Leipzig to George, Duke of Saxony (1471–1539). At the wedding, 6,286 German and Polish nobles were said to be present. This marriage was a key part of maintaining good diplomatic relations between Germany and Poland. For Barbara's family, the marriage was also important due to their rivalry with the House of Habsburg. Mizell made another recording of the song. This was eventually re-released in 1999 on the German (Germany) Repertoire label on CD (Compact disc) (REP 4778-WG), with three bonus tracks. '''Johann Christian Heinrich Rinck''' (18 February 1770 – 23 July 1846) was a German (Germany) composer and organist of the late classical (Classical period (music)) and early romantic (Romantic music) eras. Greece After the German (Germany) invasion of Greece, a Nazi-held government was put in place. All three quisling prime ministers, (Georgios Tsolakoglou, Konstantinos Logothetopoulos and Ioannis Rallis), cooperated with the Axis authorities. Small but active Greek National-Socialist parties, like the Greek National Socialist Party, or openly anti-semitic organisations, like the National Union of Greece, helped German authorities fight the Resistance (Greek Resistance), and identify and deport (Nazi concentration camps) Greek Jews. Post RAF history The RAF handed over the station to German (Germany) Luftwaffe in March 1968. The Germans used the airfield as home for a Surface-to-Surface Missile Wing equipped with Pershing (MGM-31 Pershing) missiles with support from the United States Army. '''MV ''Horizon''''' is a cruise ship owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and operated by Pullmantur Cruises. She was built in 1990 at Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany for Celebrity Cruises as MV ''Horizon''. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


France


United States

assessment noted that "In many cases Britain's sensitive technology in nuclear and missile fields is based on technology received from the US and could not legitimately be passed on without US permission."


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