Berlin

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book nearby

, that was advancing on the Reichstag (Reichstag building), took up positions along the Berlin streets of Ratenowerstraße and Turnstraße. A soldier who paused there before the following attack noticed several lines in Russian (Russian language) on one of the clean pages of a book nearby: "I am the Tatar poet Musa Cälil, held in Moabit prison as a prisoner of war against whom political charges have been preferred, and will most likely be shot soon. If some Russian finds this note, convey my regards


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Parliament and his diplomatics posts for seven years, decided to become a full-time diplomat and was sent to Constantinople. In 1921 or 1922, owing to unrest in Budapest, the quartet moved to Berlin. There they developed a large repertoire. The quartet received mixed reviews, however. In 1925 they played in London and signed a recording contract with His Master’s Voice (HMV), making recordings at Abbey Road Studios. birth_date birth_place


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and biggest trading partner in the EU (European Union). Germany has been a reliable partner in trade, development, military, scientific and cultural co-operation.the collaboration between Germany and Pakistan dates back to the creation of Pakistan. Germany has an embassy in Islamabad, a consulate-general in Karachi and an honorary consulate in Lahore, whereas Pakistan has an embassy in Berlin and a Consulate-General in Frankfurt. Germany is home to 53,668 Pakistani immigrants


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of Fitzgerald's most acclaimed live performances, at this concert in Berlin, Fitzgerald successfully improvised the lyrics for the song, "Mack the Knife" after forgetting them. In recognition for this, she received the '''Best Female Vocal Performance (Single)''' and the '''Best Vocal Performance, Female (Grammy Award for Best Vocal Performance, Female) (Album)''' at the 3rd Grammy Awards. *Berlin, Germany **Berlin Schönefeld Airport (to close in 2012 and be replaced by Berlin Brandenburg Airport) Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


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and Vienna Ibrahim Edhem returned to the Ottoman Empire…After serving as minister of the interior between 1883 and 1885, he retired in Istanbul. In 1876-1877 he represented the Ottoman Government at the Constantinople Conference. Some weeks would be given over to one subject across the week, such as Italy week, Berlin week and, in 1995, Ireland week. Some outside broadcasts were made at the time by ''The Late Show'' team including the Booker Prize and the Mercury Music Prize. Most items were shot on videotape. Amongst the directors who worked on the series are Paul Tickell, David Upshal, Sheree Folkson, Mark Cooper (Mark Cooper (director)), David Evans (David Evans (director)), Anand Tucker, Mary Harron and Sharon Maguire. Later in the series' run a regular panel discussion — ''Late Review (The Review Show)'' — was introduced looking at new films, books and plays and other arts and cultural events. Regular contributors to this included Tony Parsons (Tony Parsons (British journalist)), Tom Paulin and Allison Pearson, and it was chaired by ''The Guardian'' journalist Mark Lawson. - 1899 (1899 World Allround Speed Skating Championships) Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


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of Fitzgerald's most acclaimed live performances, at this concert in Berlin, Fitzgerald successfully improvised the lyrics for the song, "Mack the Knife" after forgetting them. In recognition for this, she received the '''Best Female Vocal Performance (Single)''' and the '''Best Vocal Performance, Female (Grammy Award for Best Vocal Performance, Female) (Album)''' at the 3rd Grammy Awards. *Berlin, Germany **Berlin Schönefeld Airport (to close in 2012 and be replaced by Berlin Brandenburg Airport) Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


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). This work contains 300 national songs, 19 folk-tales and 7362 Hungarian proverbs. thumb right Aubrey Brain's Raoux (Image:brain-raoux.jpg) piston-valve horn on display at the Royal Academy of Music. Dame Ethel Smyth wrote her Concerto for Violin, Horn and Orchestra with Aubrey Brain in mind. He and Jelly d'Arányi premiered the work under Sir Henry Wood on 5 March 1927. He also played it in Berlin with Marjorie Hayward. He joined the BBC Symphony Orchestra


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as the Germans withdrew from the Ober-Ost territory, and for the next few years in the newly created political vacuum the territories of Belarus would witness the struggle of various national and foreign factions. On 3 December 1918 the Germans withdrew from Minsk. On 10 December 1918 Soviet troops occupied Minsk. The Rada (Council) of the Belarus National Republic went into exile, first to Kaunas, then to Berlin and finally to Prague. On January 2, 1919, the Soviet Socialist Republic of Byelorussia was declared. On 17 February 1919 it was disbanded. Part of it was included into RSFSR, and part was joined to the Lithuanian SSR to form the LBSSR, Lithuanian-Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, informally known as ''Litbel'', whose capital was Vilnius. While Belarus National Republic faced off with Litbel, foreign powers were preparing to reclaim what they saw as their territories: Polish forces were moving from the West, and Russians from the East. When Vilnius was captured by Polish forces on 17 April 1919, the capital of the Soviet puppet state Litbel was moved to Minsk. On 17 July 1919 Lenin dissolved Litbel because of the pressure of Polish forces advancing from the West. Polish troops captured Minsk on 8 August 1919. Between 1882 and 1887, Drygalski studied mathematics and natural science at the University of Königsberg, Bonn, Berlin and Leipzig. He graduated with a doctorate thesis about ice shields in Nordic areas. Between 1888 and 1891, he was an assistant at the Geodetic (Geodesy) Institute and the Central Office of International Geodetics in Berlin. thumb Portrait of Daniel Chodowiecki, painted posthumously by Adolph von Menzel (File:Adolf Friedrich Erdmann von Menzel 018.jpg) in 1859 '''Daniel Niklaus Chodowiecki''' (16 October 1726 – 7 February 1801) was a Polish (Poland) - German (Germany) painter and printmaker with Huguenot ancestry, who is most famous as an etcher. He spent most of his life in Berlin, and became the director of the Berlin Academy of Art. Forster at universities The publication of ''A Voyage round the World'' brought Forster scientific recognition all over Europe. The respectable Royal Society made him a member on 9 January 1777 List of Fellows of the Royal Society (PDF) though he was not even 23 years old. He was granted similar titles from Academies ranging from Berlin to Madrid. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


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, where he studied architecture. Afterwards he pursued his studies further in Berlin with Karl Friedrich Schinkel. In 1991, at age 21, Grimaud moved to Tallahassee, Florida, to be near a boyfriend who taught bassoon at Florida State University.

Berlin

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First documented in the 13th century, Berlin became the capital of the Margraviate of Brandenburg (1417), the Kingdom of Prussia (1701–1918), the German Empire (1871–1918), the Weimar Republic (1919–1933) and the Third Reich (1933–1945).

Berlin is a world city (Global city) of culture, politics, media, and science. Significant industries also include IT (information technology), pharmaceuticals, biomedical engineering, clean tech, biotechnology, construction, and electronics.

Modern Berlin is home to renowned universities, orchestras, museums, entertainment venues, and is host to many sporting events. Over the last decade Berlin has seen the upcoming of a cosmopolitan entrepreneurial (entrepreneurship) scene.

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