Old Forge, New York

, NY 192 (New York State Route 192) from Gabriels to Bloomingdale, and NY 3 (New York State Route 3) from Bloomingdale to Plattsburgh. NY


Achaean League

*Philopoemen of Megalopolis (Philopoemen) 201 - 200 BC *Cycliadas of Pharae (Cycliadas) 200 - 199 BC *Aristaenos of Megalopolis 199 - 198 BC *Nicostratus of Acaia 198 - 197 BC *Aristaenos of Megalopolis 195 - 194 BC *Philopoemen of Megalopolis (Philopoemen) 193 - 192 BC *Diophanes of Megalopolis 192 - 191 BC *Philopoemen of Megalopolis (Philopoemen) 191 - 190 BC *Philopoemen of Megalopolis (Philopoemen) 189 - 188 BC *Philopoemen of Megalopolis (Philopoemen) 187 - 186 BC

in the Battle of Sellasia by Antigonus III Doson of Macedon and the Achaean League, the Spartan system began to break down. Sparta was a republic from 221 (221 BC) to 219 BC. *Laconicus 192 BC – ??? – last known king of Sparta (of royal blood, relationship unknown) The Achaean League annexed Sparta in 192 BC. In the spring of 209 BC, Philip received requests for help from his ally the Achaean League in the Peloponnesus who were being attacked by Sparta

colony in its area. Moreover, Patras became a Christian centre since the early days of Christianity, and it is the city where St. Andrew was crucified. '''Nabis''' ( ) was ruler of Sparta from 207 BC to 192 BC, during the years of the First (First Macedonian War) and Second Macedonian Wars and the War against Nabis. After taking the throne by executing two claimants, he began rebuilding Sparta's power. During the Second Macedonian War, he sided with King


Qingzhou

Needham 1986e p 82 . . The ''Wujing Zongyao'' manuscript of 1044 was the first book in history to provide formulas for gunpowder and their specified use in different types of bombs. ref name "needham volume 5 part 7 117


Sicherheitspolizei

Category:Defunct law enforcement agencies of Germany Category:Terrorism in Germany Category:The Holocaust in Germany Category:Gestapo Category:German intelligence agencies Category:German words and phrases Category:Reinhard Heydrich Category:Reich Main Security Office thumb left 250px Kaltenbrunner with Himmler and Ziereis (File:Bundesarchiv Bild 192-029, KZ Mauthausen, Himmler, Kaltenbrunner, Ziereis.jpg) In July 1940, he was commissioned as a '' Untersturmführer

. Although doing so was condemned by an OUN UPA order from November 25, 1943, these actions did not end. p.190-194 In early 1944 UPA forces in several Western regions engaged in cooperation with the German Wehrmacht, Waffen SS, SiPo (Sicherheitspolizei) and SD (Sicherheitsdienst). p.192 p.192-194 ref


Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

. 1931. p. 192 The following year, March 1758, there was a raid on the Lunenburg Peninsula at the Northwest Range (present-day Blockhouse, Nova Scotia) when five people were killed from the Ochs and Roder families. Bell, p. 509 By the end of May 1758, many of those on the Lunenburg Peninsula abandoned their farms and retreated to the protection of the fortifications around the town of Lunenburg, losing the season for sowing their grain. Bell

in 1920, the other being the auxiliary tern schooner ''Cote Nord''. Parker, Tom, ''Sails of the Maritimes: The Story of the Three and Four Masted Cargo Schooners of Atlantic Canada'', McGraw-Hill-Ryerson, 1976 p. 192 ''Maclean Clan'' worked in the coastal trade into the 1930s. She had an auxiliary engine installed in 1926 and was sold and re-registered in Windsor, Nova Scotia in 1929.

, there was a raid on Lunenburg in which six people from the Brissang family were killed. Archibald McMechan, Red Snow of Grand Pre. 1931. p. 192 The following year, March 1758, there was a raid on the Lunenburg Peninsula at the Northwest Range (present-day Blockhouse, Nova Scotia) when five people were killed from the Ochs and Roder families. Bell, p. 509 By the end of May 1758, most of those


SS-Totenkopfverbände

seal_width 100px seal_caption ''Totenkopf'' (Death's head) collar insignia, 13th ''Standarte'' of the SS-Totenkopfverbände picture Bundesarchiv Bild 192-206, KZ Mauthausen, SS-Männer vor Gefangenen.jpg picture_width 250px picture_caption SS-TV officers standing in front of prisoners at KZ Gusen (Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp) in October 1941. formed June 1934 preceding1 preceding2 dissolved 8 May 1945 superseding jurisdiction

formed Waffen-SS high command. Sydnor, p. 134. In February 1941 the ''Totenkopf'' designation was removed from the names of all units other than the TK-Division and the camp ''Totenkopfwachsturmbanne'', and their personnel exchanged the Death's-Head collar insignia for the Waffen-SS Sig-runes. thumb right 280px Nazi crimes against Soviet POWs Soviet POWs (File:Bundesarchiv Bild 192-208, KZ Mauthausen, Sowjetische Kriegsgefangene.jpg), Mauthausen concentration camp

swastika collar patch and served as camp guard and administrative personnel until the surrender of Germany. Combat formations thumb upright An SS-TV Scharführer (Image:Bundesarchiv Bild 192-025, KZ Mauthausen, SS-Scharführer.jpg) from KZ Mauthausen (Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp). His collar and hat band patches show the '' Totenkopf'' insignia of a concentration camp guard. http: sturmvogel.orbat.com ss-tk.html http: www.axishistory.com


Lemoore, California

L. title Place-Names of Central California page 146 publisher Word Dancer Press location Clovis, California year 2001 isbn 1884995330 Career Coats graduated from the Naval Academy in 1968 and was designated a naval aviator in September 1969. After training as an A-7E pilot, he was assigned to Attack Squadron 192 (VA-192) from August 1970 to September 1972 aboard the USS ''Kitty Hawk'' (USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63)) and, during this time, flew 315 combat missions


First Republic of Armenia

most of the territory Armenia was sitting on, demanding all or most parts of the former Russian provinces of Elizavetpol, Tiflis, Yerevan, Kars (Kars Oblast) and Batum. See Hovannisian. ''Republic of Armenia, Vol. II'', p. 192, map 4. As diplomacy failed to accomplish compromise, even with the mediation of the commanders of a British expeditionary force that had installed itself in the Caucasus, territorial clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan took place

. "This To Be Said For The Turk." ''Saturday Evening Post'', 192, December 20, 1919. *Gidney, James B. ''A Mandate for Armenia''. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1967. *Hovannisian, Richard G. (Richard Hovannisian) ''The Republic of Armenia''. 4 volumes. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1971-1996. *Hovannisian, Richard G. ''Armenia on the Road to Independence, 1918''. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967. *Kazemzadeh, Firuz. ''The Struggle


Sisak

) Dalmatia ("''Sorabos, quae natio magnam Dalmatiae partem obtinere dicitur''"). Serbian studies, Volumes 2–3, p. 29 ''Eginhartus de vita et gestis Caroli Magni'', p. 192: footnote J10 - 80px (File:Europe 814.jpg) Prince Radoslav (Radoslav of Serbia) ~ small

PA192 p. 192 : footnote J10 Serbian studies, Volumes 2-3, p. 29 In 1553, the borderland was reformed for the first time, under the commander Ivan Lenković. The frontier was split into the Croatian Krajina (''Krabatische Gränitz'') and the Upper Slavonian Krajina (''Windische, Oberslawonische Gränitz''). The border with the Ottoman Empire on the line Senj-Otočac-Slunj- Glina

a great part of Dalmatia (Dalmatia (Roman province)) ("''Sorabos, quae natio magnam Dalmatiae partem obtinere dicitur''"). Serbian studies, Volumes 2-3, p. 29 ''Eginhartus de vita et gestis Caroli Magni'', p. 192: footnote J10 The event would have taken place during the rule of either Radoslav (Radoslav of Serbia) or his son


Sunbury, Pennsylvania

See the current history @SunburyPA on twitter. http: cityofsunbury.com History The date of first human settlement of Sunbury is not known. However, historian C. A. Weslager indicates that it was probably Shawnee migrants who first settled there. Weslager, C. A. (1972). The Delaware Indians: A History. Rutgers University Press: News Brunswick, p. 192. A large population of Delaware Indians was also forcibly resettled there in the early 18th century after they lost

rights to their land in the Walking Purchase. Canasatego of the Six Nations, enforcing the Walking Purchase of behalf of George Thomas, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania, ordered the Delware Indians to go to two places on the Susquehanna River, one of which was present-day Sunbury. Weslager, C. A. (1972). The Delaware Indians: A History. Rutgers University Press: News Brunswick, p. 192. From 1727 to 1756, Sunbury was one of the largest and most influential Indian

settlements in Pennsylvania. Weslager, C. A. (1972). The Delaware Indians: A History. Rutgers University Press: News Brunswick, p. 192. At that time, it was known as Shamokin, not to be confused with the present-day city of Shamokin, Pennsylvania, which is located to the east. In 1745, Presbyterian missionary David Brainerd described the city as being located on both the east and west sides of the river, and on an island, as well. Brainerd reported that the city housed


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