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Fredericton

, and was investigated as a potential hate crime. A Unitarian (Unitarianism) fellowship has been serving Fredericton since 1960 as a place for people to find a liberal religious home. Fredericton also hosts a Shambhala Buddhist (Shambhala Buddhism) meditation centre.


Łódź

Samochodzik'' and feature in some of his other works. thumb 180px Hanoch Levin's childhood home (File:Neve IMG 5458.JPG) Hanoch Levin was born in 1943 to Malka and Israel Levin, who immigrated to Palestine in 1935 from Łódź, Poland. He grew up in a religious home in the Neve Sha'anan (Neve Sha'anan, Tel Aviv) neighborhood in southern Tel Aviv. His father ran a grocery store. left thumb Fort VIII Stalag XXI-D from which Sinclair escaped in a handcart (Image:Fort VIII Twierdzy Poznań.jpg) On 28 May 1941 Sinclair escaped from Fort VIII, Stalag XXI-D, along with comrades Gris Davies-Scourfield and fellow Wykehamist, Ronnie Littledale (Ronald B. Littledale) concealed in a modified handcart. They received assistance from Polish citizens and travelled through Łódź, Kaluskia, Lubochnia-Gorki to Tomazow Maz with the intention of reaching Russia. Learning of the German invasion of the USSR they changed their plans and walked to Warsaw where they lived in hiding from 25 June to 26 August. Davies-Scourfield remained in Warsaw whilst Sinclair and Littledale travelled by train to Kraków and onward to Zakopane alighting at the station before the main city. They walked across the Slovakian border and were driven to Rožňava. They caught the night train to Budapest where they stayed for a month before travelling again by train to Yugoslavia through Szeged to Pančevo then across the River Danube by ferry to Belgrade. On 11 November they took a train to Jagodina and five days later, took the Sofia train to Bela Palanka. From here they crossed the Yugoslav-Bulgarian frontier by horse-drawn cart. Whilst walking to meet another cart they were stopped by a Bulgarian customs official who, on seeing their Yugoslav papers, took them into custody. They were handed over to the Bulgarian police in Pirot and moved from there to Sofia. Following interrogation, on 27 November, they were handed over to the German police. Moved from Sofia to Belgrade they were then moved to Vienna and held in the military prison from 2 December to 17 January 1942. They were then taken by train escorted by one Feldwebel and a soldier in the direction of Dresden. Seizing an opportunity between Prague and Roudnice, both managed to escape from the moving train through a lavatory window. Unfortunately, Sinclair was spotted and, having hurt his leg jumping from the train, was soon recaptured. Littledale avoided capture and eventually headed for Switzerland but was caught in Husinec


Tel Aviv

to a Yemenite Jewish (Yemenite Jews) family. He was brought up in a non-religious home, and became religious at the age of 24, after stumbling across the sefer Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, that he received for his Bar Mitzvah. DATE OF BIRTH 1954 PLACE OF BIRTH Tel Aviv, Israel DATE OF DEATH - style "background:#DDDDDD" Tel Aviv align center TLV align center LLBG style "background:#DDDDDD" Ben Gurion


Beijing

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Israel

that, evidently spent some time in the newly-formed state of Israel, returned to Paris briefly, and then left for South America where he lived until his death. Biography Amonon Yitzhak was born in Tel Aviv, Israel to a Yemenite Jewish (Yemenite Jews) family. He was brought up in a non-religious home, and became religious at the age of 24, after stumbling across the sefer Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, that he received for his Bar Mitzvah


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