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Telšiai

of Torah study. History The yeshiva was founded in 1875 in the town of Telšiai ("Telshe" in Russian (Russian language) or "Telz" in Yiddish (Yiddish language)) to provide for the religious educational needs of young Jewish men in Telshe and its surrounding towns. '''Eugenijus Gentvilas''' (born 14 March 1960 in Telšiai) is a Lithuanian politician, signatory of the Act of the Re-Establishment of the State of Lithuania and Member of the European


Krems an der Donau

official in Krems an der Donau, Lower Austria, Wilhelm Miklas graduated from high school at Seitenstetten (:de:Stiftsgymnasium Seitenstetten) and went on to study history and geography at the University of Vienna, while serving in his role for the Christian Social Party (Christian Social Party (Austria)). His son, Franz Anton Dreher (Franz Anton Dreher, Jr.) (a.k.a. "the younger", 1736–1820), studied brewing near Pfullendorf, but had larger dreams and made


Kherson

was also my own liberation from philistinism" ("Революция была также и моим освобождением от мещанства"). Tarle was born in Ukraine in a Jewish family on 8 November 1874. His father was a government official. He completed Gymnasium in Kherson in 1892 and afterward entered the University of Kiev to study history and philosophy. He was “the most distinguished student of Ivan Vasilevich Luchitski (1845-1918) of the University of Kiev.” After


Bitola

of the St. Sava Association. Later Gruev continued his education in the Great School in Belgrade. There he, and his comrades were put under a strong pressure to serbianize (Serbianization) them and they rebelled again. As a consequence, all they were excluded from the Great School and emigrated am block to Bulgaria. Here Gruev began to study history at the Sofia University and afterwards enrolled in the Young Macedonian Literary Society. He found also the circle "Druzhba", whose aim was to implement "Article 23" from the Treaty of Berlin (1878) on authonomy of Macedonia. In 1891 Gruev was expelled from the University as he was suspected in the assassination of the Minister Hristo Belchev, but subsequently this allegations turned groundless. left thumb 250px Bulgarian School in Krushevo (Image:Krushevo school.JPG) (1910) Until the Balkan Wars 1912 1913, the Bulgarian Exarchate disposed of a total of 23 bishoprics in Bulgaria, most of the Torlaks-populated area (in 1878 partly ceded by the Ottoman Empire to Serbia) and Macedonia: Vidin, Vratsa, Nish (Niš) (till 1878), Lovech, Veliko Tarnovo, Rousse, Silistra, Varna, Preslav, Sliven, Stara Zagora, Pirot (till 1878), Plovdiv, Sofia, Samokov, Kyustendil, Skopje, Debar, Bitola, Ohrid, Veles (Veles (city)), Strumitsa and Nevrokop; also it was represented by acting chairmen in charge in eight other bishoprics in Macedonia (Macedonia (region)) and the Adrianople Vilayet (Lerin Florina , Voden Edessa (Edessa, Greece) , Kostur Kastoria , Solun Thessaloniki , Kukush Kilkis , Syar Serres , Odrin Adrianople and Xanthi). * Wikipedia:Bitola Commons:Category:Bitola


Württemberg

on a Dutch (Netherlands) three-mast sailing ship for a journey to Jakarta. Early career August Ludwig von Schlözer was born at Gaggstatt (today Kirchberg an der Jagst), Württemberg. His father, grandfather, and great-grandfather all were protestant clergymen. In 1751 he followed them and began his studies in theology in University of Wittenberg, moving in 1754 to the increasingly famous University of Göttingen to study history. After his studies he went in 1755


Nanjing

and graduated from the famous Hangzhou High School (浙江省杭州高级中学). In 1915, he married Zhang Youyi and next year he went to Peiyang University (Beiyang University, now Tianjin University) to study Law. In 1917, he transferred to Peking University due to the law department of Peiyang University merging into Peking University. In 1918, after studying at Peking University, he traveled to the United States to study history in Clark University. Shortly afterwards, he


Tallinn

school and spending another year in technical school in Tallinn, he went on to study history in University of Tartu. He graduated in 1987 and continued postgraduate studies from 1989 to 1992, receiving his Master degree in history 1997. DATE OF BIRTH 5 June 1962 PLACE OF BIRTH Tallinn, Estonia DATE OF DEATH * - 3. 11 October 2008 A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn, Estonia


Malta

; Despite his love of archaeology, he instead decided to study history at university, believing that he had "probably more aptitude" for it. He won a scholarship to study at Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he continued his interest in archaeology alongside history, in 1975 taking a course run by the university's archaeologist Glyn Daniel, an expert on the Neolithic. From Cambridge, he went on to study at Oxford University, where he

Exhibition to study History and Law at Magdalene College, Cambridge in 1959, and he graduated B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) in 1962. While at Cambridge he had become a member of Middle Temple, and he was called to the bar in 1963. Checketts served with 14 Squadron (Squadron (aviation)) in Germany 1950-1954, and then was an instructor at the fighter weapons school 1954-1957. From 1958-1959 he was Aide-de-Camp to the Commander-in-Chief Malta. He


Auckland

. Patrick's College, Silverstream , he went on to study history at Victoria University of Wellington before working as a journalist at the Waikato Times newspaper in Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand) in 1968. * August 1 – Flying from Libya, U.S. Army Air Forces B-24 Liberators attack the Ploieşti oil refineries (Operation Tidal Wave) in Romania. * August 2 – A U.S. Army Air Forces C-87 Liberator Express operated by United Airlines carrying Japanese


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