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Republic of Mahabad

Category:States and territories established in 1946 Category:States and territories disestablished in 1947 Category:Former Kurdish states Category:History of the Kurdish people Category:Former countries in the Middle East Category:Iran–Soviet Union relations Category:History of West Azerbaijan Province Category:20th century in Iran Category:History of Mahabad Containment The immediate post-1945 period may have been the historical high point for the popularity of communist (communism) ideology. The burdens the Red Army and the Soviet Union endured had earned it massive respect which, had it been fully exploited by Joseph Stalin, had a good chance of resulting in a communist Europe. Communist parties achieved a significant popularity in such nations as China, Greece, Iran, and the Republic of Mahabad. Communist parties had already come to power in Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, and Yugoslavia. The United Kingdom and the United States were concerned that electoral victories by communist parties in any of these countries could lead to sweeping economic and political change in Western Europe. *1945 – Occupation of Japan: General Douglas MacArthur orders that Shinto be abolished as the state religion of Japan. *1946 – US-backed Iranian troops evict the leadership of the breakaway Republic of Mahabad, putting an end to the Iran crisis of 1946. *1954 – The Charter for the Kingdom of the Netherlands is signed. *1944 – World War II: The Allies (Allies of World War II) commence Operation Shingle, an assault on Anzio, Italy. *1946 – Iran: Qazi Muhammad declares the independent people's Republic of Mahabad at Chuwarchira Square in the Kurdish city of Mahabad. He is the new president; Hadschi Baba Scheich is the prime minister. * 1946 – Creation of the ''Central Intelligence Group'', forerunner of the Central Intelligence Agency. In January 1946, during the Soviet occupation of north-western Iran, the Soviet-backed Kurdish Republic of Mahabad declared independence in parts of Iranian Kurdistan. Nevertheless, the Soviet forces left Iran in May 1946, and the self-declared republic fell to the Iranian army after only a few months and the president of the republic Qazi Muhammad was hanged publicly in Mahabad. After the 1953 Iranian coup d'état, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi became more autocratic and suppressed most opposition including Kurdish political groups seeking greater rights for Iranian Kurds. He also prohibited any teaching of the Kurdish language. * March 29 – A rebellion against French rule erupts in Madagascar. * March 31 – The leaders of the Kurdish People's Republic of Mahabad, the second Kurdish (Kurdish people) state in the history of Iran, are hanged at the Chuwarchira Square in Mahabad after that country had been overrun by the Iranian army. * January 20 – Charles de Gaulle resigns as president of France. * January 22 – Iran: Qazi Muhammad declares the independent people's Republic of Mahabad at the Chuwarchira Square in the Kurdish (Kurds) city of Mahabad. He is the new president, Hadschi Baba Scheich is the prime minister. thumb 130px right January 28 (File:Stamp Canada 1929 50c Bluenose.jpg): '' Bluenose'' founders. The setting is the early 21st century (the first scene takes place on July 12, 2007). There had been a nuclear war (Nuclear warfare) between the Soviet Union and the West which left both sides battered but unbroken, and following the hot war they just went back to the Cold War. The Soviet Union and China remain a single bloc dominated by Moscow, and the sharp Sino-Soviet breach of the late 1950s had not happened. Heinlein also assumes that the Russians are running China, "The Russian bureaucrats had even cleaned up China to the point where bubonic plague and typhus were endemic rather than epidemic." Chapter XXIX . There is also a casual reference to Kurdish (Kurdish language) as one of the languages which an agent "behind the curtain" finds useful indicates that the Soviets have at some time taken over some Kurdish-speaking areas In 1945-1946 - recent history at the time of writing - the Soviet Union did sponsor the short-lived Kurdish "Republic of Mahabad" in Northern Iran; Heinlein seems to have assumed that they would repeat the experiment in the later 20th Century and this time make it stick. . In January 1946, during the Soviet occupation of north-western Iran, the Soviet-backed Kurdish Republic of Mahabad declared independence in parts of Iranian Kurdistan. Nevertheless, the Soviet forces left Iran in May 1946, and the self-declared republic fell to the Iranian army after only a few months and the president of the republic Qazi Muhammad was hanged publicly in Mahabad. After the 1953 Iranian coup d'état, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi became more autocratic and suppressed most opposition including Kurdish political groups seeking greater rights for Iranian Kurds. He also prohibited any teaching of the Kurdish language. - '''Qazi Muhammad''' (Kurdish (Kurdish language) قازی محه‌مه‌د or Qazî Mihemmed) (1893–1947) was a nationalist and religious Kurdish (Kurdish people) leader and the Head of the Republic of Kurdistan, (Republic of Mahabad) the second modern Kurdish (Kurds) state in the Middle East (after the Republic of Ararat). Biography Qazi Muhammad acted as the President of the Soviet (USSR) backed Republic of Mahabad, in Kurdistan of Iran (Iranian Kurdistan), (Eastern Kurdistan) in 1946.


Omdurman

** Omdurman Ahlia High School ** Mohammed Hussien High School ** Omdurman High School ** Wadi Saydna High School- one of famous historical high schools in Sudan Public universities are: birth_place Omdurman, Sudan death_date DATE OF BIRTH May 9, 1971 PLACE OF BIRTH Omdurman, Sudan DATE OF DEATH Four Sudanese courts were held in Khartoum (w:Khartoum), Khartoum North (w:Khartoum North) and Omdurman (w:Omdurman) to try dozens of suspects rounded up after the May 10 attack, which marked the first time decades of regional conflict reached the capital. More than 222 people were killed during this incident when rebels drove hundreds of kilometres from western Sudan's region of Darfur (w:Darfur) to Omdurman, just across the Nile (w:Nile) from the presidential palace.


Chengdu

. In 2010, direct revenue from the convention and exhibition industry was RMB 3.2 billion, with a year-on-year growth of 26.9 percent. The growth reached a historical high. More than 13.2 million people have come to Chengdu to participate in conventions and exhibitions from foreign countries and other parts of China. Numerous convention and exhibition companies have invested in Chengdu such as the UK-based Reed Exhibition, as well as domestic companies such as the Chinese European Art Center


Zagreb

2008-01-15 language hr Cityscape The most important historical high-rise constructions are Neboder on Ban Jelačić Square, Cibona Tower (1987) and Zagrepčanka (1976) on Savska Street, Mamutica in Travno (Novi Zagreb - istok (Novi Zagreb – istok) district, built in 1974) and Zagreb TV Tower on Sljeme (Medvednica) (built in 1973). In the 2000s, the city council approved a new plan that allowed for the many


Czechoslovakia

of the Soviet Union, although nationalistic forces and pressures within the satellite states played a part in causing some deviation from strict Soviet rule. The immediate post-1945 period may have been the historical high point for the popularity of communist ideology. In the late 1940s Communist parties won large shares of the vote in free elections


Bulgaria

", working together with the communists), took full control of domestic politics in the People's Republic of Bulgaria. Containment The immediate post-1945 period may have been the historical high point for the popularity of communist (communism) ideology. The burdens the Red Army and the Soviet Union endured had earned it massive respect which, had it been fully exploited by Joseph Stalin, had a good chance of resulting in a communist Europe. Communist parties achieved a significant popularity in such nations as China, Greece, Iran, and the Republic of Mahabad. Communist parties had already come to power in Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, and Yugoslavia. The United Kingdom and the United States were concerned that electoral victories by communist parties in any of these countries could lead to sweeping economic and political change in Western Europe. In comparison with the member states of the European Union (Member state of the European Union) (EU), Croatia's median equivalent household income in terms of the Purchasing Power Standard (PPS) stands at 470, topping average PPS of the ten countries which joined the EU in 2004 (2004 enlargement of the European Union) (EU10), as well as Romania and Bulgaria, while significantly lagging behind the EU average. Within Croatia, the highest PPS is recorded in Istria County (769), the City of Zagreb (640) and the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County (576). The lowest PPS is observed in the Bjelovar-Bilogora County and the Virovitica-Podravina County (267).


Romania

Other necropolises in Romania are: * Moreşti, Mureş County '''Otto von Habsburg''' Otto was born as ''His Imperial and Royal Highness Archduke and Prince Imperial Otto of Austria, Prince Royal of Hungary, Croatia and Bohemia'', and became the Crown Prince of these countries in 1916. After 1918, titles of nobility were formally abolished in Austria, thus von Habsburg turned into Habsburg. The same applied after Habsburg became a German citizen (see Printausgabe der deutschen Wochenzeitung die Zeit vom 21.7.2011, p.36). By courtesy, he would also be referred to by European courts by his former style and title, i.e. as ''His Imperial and Royal Highness Archduke Otto


Vietnam

, Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, Iran, Indonesia, Vietnam, and other parts of Southeast Asia. The starch of mung beans is also extracted from them to make jellies and "transparent" or "cellophane" noodles. Mung batter is used to make crepes named ''pesarattu'' in Andhra Pradesh, India. The immediate post-1945 period may have been the historical high point for the popularity of communist ideology. In the late 1940s Communist parties won large shares of the vote in free elections Commons:Category:Vietnam


Greece

; Containment The immediate post-1945 period may have been the historical high point for the popularity of communist (communism) ideology. The burdens the Red Army and the Soviet Union endured had earned it massive respect which, had it been fully exploited by Joseph Stalin, had a good chance of resulting in a communist Europe. Communist parties achieved a significant popularity in such nations as China, Greece, Iran, and the Republic of Mahabad. Communist parties had already come to power in Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, and Yugoslavia. The United Kingdom and the United States were concerned that electoral victories by communist parties in any of these countries could lead to sweeping economic and political change in Western Europe. Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


Soviet Union

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