, but the Equatoria Corps in the south was composed of Christians. Maj Gen L G Whistler (Lashmer Whistler), The Sudan Defence Force, British Army Review, Issue 6, July 1951 - state at that point four infantry camel units, signals regiment, AA artillery regiment, other units During World War II, the SDF augmented allied forces engaging Italians in Ethiopia. They also served during the Western Desert Campaign, supporting Free French and Long Range Desert Group operations at Kufra and Jalo (Jalo oasis) oases in the Libyan Desert. "In 1947, the Sudanese military schools were closed, and the number of Sudanese troops was reduced to 7,570. Youssef Aboul-Enein, The Sudanese Army: a historical analysis and discussion on religious politicization, U.S. Army ''Infantry'' magazine, July–August 2004 In 1948, the first Arab-Israeli War broke out. Sudanese Colonel Harold Saleh Al-Malik selected 250 combat-seasoned soldiers who had seen action in World War II. They arrived in Cairo to participate in a parade and were then dispatched to various units of the Egyptian army. This was a grave mistake, for the Sudanese had fought together in World War II and this broke unit cohesion. The decision was indicative of Egyptian military planners of the period. Forty-three Sudanese were killed in action in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. In 1953, the British and the new Egyptian government reached an agreement that Sudan was to be put on the path of independence. General Ahmed Mohammed became Sudan's first army chief in August 1954. This is significant for the Sudanese, for it was the first time it had an independent army that was not governed by Britain or Egypt." Tripoli is sometimes referred to as "the de-jure capital of Libya" because none of the country's ministries are actually located in the capital. Even the former National General People's Congress was held annually in the city of Sirte rather than in Tripoli. As part of a radical decentralization programme undertaken by Gaddafi (Muammar Gaddafi) in September 1988, all General People's Committee secretariats (ministries (Ministry (government department))), except those responsible for foreign liaison (foreign affairs) and information, were moved outside of Tripoli. According to diplomatic sources, the former Secretariat for Economy and Trade was moved to Benghazi; the Secretariat for Health to Kufra; and the remainder, excepting one, to Sirte, Muammar Gaddafi's birthplace. In early 1993 it was announced that the Secretariat for Foreign Liaison and International Co-operation was to be moved to Ra's Lanuf. The National Transitional Council (N.T.C.), which took full control of Libya in October 2011, will probably abolish this Gaddafi-era system of national and local government. 7 - The Libyan Sahara Territory was divided into four military districts administered from the desert oases (oasis) towns of Ghat (Ghat, Libya), Brak (Brak, Libya), Murzuk and Hun (Hun, Libya). The Senussi order Kufra oasis area in the southeastern Libyan Desert was not separately administered by the Italians, although in 1932 they built a fort at the holy place of El Tag above it. This territory was administrered only by the Italian military, and in 1936 was increased with the Aouzou Strip from France's Chad.
in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada from 1851 to 1857. Originally supporting free trade, he later opposed reciprocity in trade with the United States. '''Richard J. F. Day''' (born c. 1964) is a Canadian (Canada) political philosopher and sociologist. He is the undergraduate chair and professor in the department of global development at Queen's University in Kingston (Kingston, Ontario), Ontario, Canada He was previously associate professor
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as reeve for the township. He also served as justice of the peace in the Home District (Home District, Ontario) and served in the local militia. In 1838, he was elected in 1st York (York County, Ontario) to the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada. He opposed the Union of the two Canadas in 1841, but later represented South York in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada from 1851 to 1857. Originally supporting free trade, he later opposed reciprocity in trade
contemporaries in Britain, Müller had what would be seen today as a normal scientific education at the universities of Berlin (University of Berlin) and Greifswald (University of Greifswald), culminating in a doctoral degree (PhD). Then, he decided to study medicine. As a medical student, he began to question religion and in 1846 became an atheist, joining the Free Congregations and supporting free love. Despite completing the course, he did not graduate because he refused to swear