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Kotor

, well developed at that time, were maintained via the road that led to Podgorica through Trebinje and Nikšić. As a busy crossroads, Podgorica was a vibrant regional centre of trade and communication. This boosted its development, economic power, military strength and strategic importance. In addition, the oldest South Slavic document is the Bosnian statehood charter from 1189, written by Bosnian ruler Kulin Ban in Bosnian Cyrillic. Some other early mentions include one from July 3


Podgorica

Podgorica was first mentioned in 1326 in a court document of the Kotor archives. The city was economically strong: trade routes between Dubrovnik and the State of Nemanjici, well developed at that time, were maintained via the road that led to Podgorica through Trebinje and Nikšić. As a busy crossroads, Podgorica was a vibrant regional centre of trade and communication. This boosted its development, economic power, military strength and strategic importance. The Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) capture of Podgorica in 1474 interrupted its economic, cultural and artistic development. WikiPedia:Podgorica Commons:Category:Podgorica Dmoz:Regional Europe Montenegro Localities Podgorica


Dubrovnik

between Dubrovnik and the State of Nemanjici, well developed at that time, were maintained via the road that led to Podgorica through Trebinje and Nikšić. As a busy crossroads, Podgorica was a vibrant regional centre of trade and communication. This boosted its development, economic power, military strength and strategic importance. During the 1991–1995 Bosnian War and Croatian War, Montenegro participated with its police and military forces in the attacks on Dubrovnik, Croatia http: www.croatiatraveller.com southern_dalmatia Dubrovnik bombing.html and Bosnian towns along with Serbian troops, aggressive acts aimed at acquiring more territories by force, characterized by a consistent pattern of gross and systematic violations of Boeing CT-43 Dubrovnik, Croatia pilot error (1996 Croatia USAF CT-43 crash) align center 3:04 Dubrovnik, Croatia The influence of Anna would prove unpopular. According to Fine, it gradually undermined Radoslav and cost him the loyalty of his people. In Autumn, 1233, a rebellion against the royal couple started. By the beginning of 1234, they had fled to Dubrovnik. On 4 February 1234, Radoslav signed a charter promising privileges to the merchants of "Ragusa". He still signed as a King. Fine reports him using the family name Doukas in other charters of the time. It was one of the family names used by his wife. Profile of Stefan Radoslavand his wife in "Medieval Lands" by Charles Cawley Meanwhile, his younger half-brother Stefan Vladislav I had mounted the throne. Profile of Stefan Vladislav and his wife in "Medieval Lands" by Charles Cawley In addition, public balls and other events were organised (music academies, theatre performances) with the participation of local and foreign musicians (from Italy, Austria, Bohemia etc.) including the private collection of music materials for playing music at home. Music became a component part of various festivities, such as the arrival of important political personalities (the new governor or the Habsburg king Frances I, etc.), the feasts of patron saints (''St. Blaise'' in Dubrovnik, ''St. Domnius'' in Split (Split (city)), ''St. Stephen'' in Hvar and Zagreb etc.), for which so called art music was specifically composed, with the inclusion of popular elements (bourgeois dances, folk music of the peasantry). Sometime during 1965 La Pasionaria flew from Paris to Dubrovnik to apologize as president of the PCE to Josip Broz Tito. On May 17, 1948, the Cominform, successor to the ECCI, had expelled Yugoslavia (Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia) from the community of Socialist countries Efemérides 1948 en la historia del mundo. Hispanopolis. and Ibárruri had lent her voice and pen to the harsh censure of Tito. However, the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union held February 14–26, 1956, declared false the charges levied against Yugoslavia. Now La Pasionaria came face to face with the man she had slandered. She started to apologize profusely, but Tito cut her short and said, "Do not vex yourself, Dolores, do not worry. I know very well how things worked in those days. I know it perfectly. Furthermore, believe me, I most likely would have done what you did had I been in your situation." Over dinner Ibárruri started to apologize all over again, but Tito interrupted her a second time. The friendship of Spanish Civil War days was restored and Ibárruri returned to visit Yugoslavia several times. Tito ofreció un almuerzo en honor de "La Pasionaria". ''ABC''. August 31, 1976, ''Actualidad Gráfica'', p. 4. In late December 1965 the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR condecorated Ibárruri with an Order of Lenin medal. CSDF (RCSDF) Newsreel, 35 mm, black and white. A Chronicle of the Day. 1966, Nº 1, minutes 01:56 to 03:18. NetFilm. A total of 431,418 condecorations were given out between 1930 and 1991, but only seventeen went to foreigners. Orde de Lenin (:ca:Orde de Lenin). Catalan Wikipedia. Order of Lenin, Type 6, Variation 1(Leningrad Mint), #340415, with a document, 1965 issue. CollectRussia.com. -bgcolor faecc8 Dubrovnik Dubrovnik-Neretva County align "right" Commons:Dubrovnik


Canada

thumb 150px William Stevens Fielding (File:William Stevens Fielding, premier of Nova Scotia.jpg) '''William Stevens Fielding''', PC (Queen's Privy Council for Canada) (November 24, 1848 – June 23, 1929) was a Canadian (Canada) Liberal politician, the seventh (List of premiers of Nova Scotia) Premier (Premier of Nova Scotia) of Nova Scotia (1884–96), and the federal finance minister 1896–1911 and 1921–25. '''Charles Gavan "Chubby" Power''', Military Cross MC


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