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and category theory. He is known for work on the topology of Lie groups, the ''jet'' concept (see jet bundle), and his seminar on category theory. International On the international level, BBYO organizes large-scale programs and offerings for its members, both during the school year and the summer. These programs bring together members from all over North America, and all over the world. Despite the fact that BBYO focuses mostly on activities taking place or originating in North America, the organization nonetheless maintains a presence on five other continents as well. Some of these are affiliate chapters that ascribe to the traditions of BBYO but are not technically under the control of the international office. BBYO programs are known to be active in Israel, UK & Ireland, France, Thailand, Bulgaria, Curaçao, South Africa, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and most recently Turkey, Serbia, and Argentina due to the new BBYO-JDC partnership. Canada had declared war on Nazi Germany shortly after the Second World War began in early September 1939 but the United States remained neutral. By mid-1940, the situation in Europe had grown dire; Germany's military successes had led to the occupation of most of Europe, and most importantly, France, which surrendered in June 1940 (Second Armistice at Compiègne). With Germany in control or allied with nearly all of continental Europe, it began to develop plans for an invasion of the British Isles (Operation Sea Lion). Germany's seemingly unstoppable military, its submarine campaign against British merchant shipping (Battle of the Atlantic), and its neutrality pact with the Soviet Union (Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact), convinced many, including American President Franklin Roosevelt, that Britain itself would soon be invaded or forced to surrender. (birth baptism certificate) – 22 August 1806) was a French (France) painter and printmaker whose late Rococo manner was distinguished by remarkable facility, exuberance, and hedonism. One of the most prolific artists active in the last decades of the ''Ancien Régime'', Fragonard produced more than 550 paintings (not counting drawings and etchings), of which only five are dated. Among his most popular works are genre paintings conveying an atmosphere of intimacy and veiled eroticism. In the 1339, the fiefdom, together with the Island of Ischia, was handed over to the Cossa family, of French (France) origin, loyal followers of the Angevin dynasty then reigning in Naples. Baldassare Cossa was elected Antipope in 1410 with the name of John XXIII (Antipope John XXIII). In this period a deep economic transformation of the island began, as agriculture was slowly abandoned in favour of fishing. thumb right 290px View of Corricella from Cape Pizzaco. (Image:Procida.jpg) Several writers have set their novels in Procida. One of the most notable is the novel ''Graziella'' written by Alphonse de Lamartine, who came to Procida at the beginning of the 19th century while in the French (France) army. Another celebrated novel is ''L'isola di Arturo'' (1957), one of the greater works of Elsa Morante. The British government's Cabinet (Cabinet (government)) recently Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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