Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund für Leibesübungen

of a "master race" was propagated along with the promotion of physical exercises to look after one's own body and to prepare oneself to be a warrior for the volk thumb The Gaue of Greater Germany. As the Third Reich Expanded, the annexed territories of Austria and parts of Czechoslovakia came under the sphere of the NSRL (File:Reichsgaue.png) File:Nazi Propaganda - V-Deutschland Siegt An Allen Fronten.jpg thumb War propaganda: "Germany wins on all fronts."

by a hurriedly-instituted three-men commission. Thus, in April 1933, Hans von Tschammer und Osten, a figure formerly unknown in German sports, was named ''Reichskommissar für Turnen und Sport'' (Commissioner for Gymnastics and Sports of the Reich). Von Tschammer, however, would keep his predecessor in a high position in the sports body, and years later he would appoint Theodor Lewald as president of the Organizing Committee of the Berlin Olympic Games. Hans von Tschammer und Osten

Sports governing body of the Third Reich. It would quickly become a formidable system within the German nation. After the DRL's foundation all other German sport associations gradually lost their freedom and were coopted into the DRL as mere units ("Fachämter"). Even the most prestigious ones, like the German Football Association (DFB) lost their independence. Havemann, Nils (2006) ''Fußball unterm Hakenkreuz. Der DFB zwischen Sport, Politik und Kommerz Bonn


often believed so, David Livingstone had never been to Bagamoyo in his lifetime. Only after his death he was laid out in the Old Church's tower (nowadays named Livingston Tower) to wait for the high tide to come in and ship his body to Zanzibar. Bagamoyo was the first capital of Tanzania while serving as the German headquarters of German East Africa (first under the auspices of the German East African Company and then the German Imperial Government) between 1886-1891. Dar es Salaam

Bangweulu in present-day Zambia on 1 May 1873 from malaria and internal bleeding caused by dysentery. He took his final breaths while kneeling in prayer at his bedside. (His journal indicates that the date of his death would have been 1 May, but his attendants noted the date as 4 May, which they carved on a tree and later reported; this is the date on his grave.) Britain wanted the body to give it a proper ceremony, but the tribe would not give his body to them. Finally they relented

, but cut the heart out and put a note on the body that said, "You can have his body, but his heart belongs in Africa!". Livingstone's heart was buried under a Mvula tree near the spot where he died, now the site of the Livingstone Memorial. His body together with his journal was carried over a thousand miles by his loyal

Tamil Nadu Government Organizations

Department of Energy (Tamil Nadu) New and Renewable Energy Promotion State Govt. Society Nodal Agency - 5 Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission 17.3.1999 Chennai Department of Energy (Tamil Nadu) Regulatory Body - 6 Tamil Nadu Electrical Licencing Board (TNELB) 16.11.1955 Chennai Department of Energy (Tamil Nadu

) Licencing Body Finance class "sortable wikitable" style "margin: 1em auto 1em auto;" + ! Sl. No Company Incorporated Headquarters Parent Department Role Type Remarks Website - 1 Tamil Nadu Transport Development Finance Corporation Limited 1975 Chennai Transport Transport Capital & Working Finance State Govt. Undertaking NBFC - 2 Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation Limited (TIIC) 1949 Chennai Industries Industries Investment Finance State Govt. Undertaking - 3 Tamil Nadu Power Finance and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (POWERFIN) 1991 Chennai Energy Electricity Finance State Govt. Body NBFC - 4 Tamil Nadu Urban Finance

Otumba de Gómez Farías

1813, when the royalist forces battled his troops near Calpulalpan (Calpulalpan (municipality)). Montaño lost and his body was found by the royalists at the Tepetates Hacienda. Looking for vengeance, the royalists cut off Montaño's head and cut the rest of the body into four pieces. The head was sent to his family and the body parts were hung in at the four corners of his house in Otumba. The parish priest tried to bury the body in at the church but the royalist dug it back up and rehung

the pieces. A short time later, the body was permanently interred in the baptistery of the church. Here Guadalupe Victoria proclaimed his Montano Plan in 1827. Here also, Nicolás Bravo was proclaimed the president of Mexico in 1839.

Evita policía linchamiento en Otumba, Edomex url http: noticierostelevisa mexico 510726.html newspaper Noticias Televisa location Mexico City date February 10, 2006 accessdate March 15, 2010 language Spanish trans_title Police stop lynching in Otumba, Mexico State In 2008, Sergio Cid Arandas was kidnapped from his home in Ecatepec (Ecatepec de Morelos) and found dead on the highway between Otumba and Ciudad Sahagún. The body was decapitated

Provincial Assembly of the Punjab

; or # holds an office of profit in the service of Pakistan other than an office declared by law not to disqualify its holder; or # is in the service of any statutory body of any body which is owned or controlled by the Government or in which the Government has a controlling share or interest; or # is propagating any opinion, or acting in any manner, prejudicial to the Ideology of Pakistan, or the sovereignty, integrity or security of Pakistan, or morality, or the maintenance of public order

on the grounds of misconduct or moral turpitude; or # has been removed or compulsorily retired from the service of Pakistan or service of a corporation or office set up or controlled by the Provincial Government or a Local Government on the grounds of misconduct or moral turpitude; or # has been in the service of Pakistan or of any statutory body or any body which is owned or controlled by the Government or in which the Government has a controlling share or interest, unless a period of two years has

elapsed since he ceased to be in such service; or # is found guilty of a corrupt or illegal practice under any law for the time being in force, unless a period of five years has elapsed from the date on which that order takes effect; or # has been convicted under section 7 of the Political Parties Act, 1962 (III of 1962), unless a period of five years has elapsed from the date of such conviction; or # whether by himself or by any person or body of persons in trust for him or for his benefit or on his

Scottish Arts Council

;(not maintained after July 1, 2010) footnotes The '''Scottish Arts Council''' ( ) was a Scottish public body (Public bodies of the Scottish Government) responsible for the funding, development and promotion of the arts in Scotland. The Council primarily distributed funding from the Scottish Government as well as National Lottery (National Lottery (United Kingdom)) funds received via the Department

for Culture, Media and Sport . The Scottish Arts Council was formed in 1994 following a restructuring of the Arts Council of Great Britain, but had existed as an autonomous body since a royal charter of 1967. In 2010 it merged with Scottish Screen to form Creative Scotland. Activities The Council funded all the major areas of the arts, seeking to maintain balance between the many diverse communities of Scotland. In addition, it funded cultural groups and events affiliated

, Scottish Ballet, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra) and that the Arts Council was to be replaced by a new body. This change was made in response to the report issued by the Cultural Commission chaired by James Boyle (broadcasting) James

Higher Education Funding Council for England

publisher date accessdate 4 January 2013 minister1_name David Willetts minister1_pfo Minister of State for Higher Education and Intellectual Property minister2_name minister2_pfo chief1_name Professor Madeleine Atkins CBE chief1_position chief executive chief2_name Sir Tim Melville-Ross chief2_position Chairman agency_type Non-departmental public body parent_agency Department for Business

, Innovation and Skills child1_agency child2_agency keydocument1 website footnotes map map_width map_caption The '''Higher Education Funding Council for England''' ('''HEFCE''') is a non-departmental public body of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (previously the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills) in the United Kingdom, which has been responsible

for conservation (Archaeological site) of the specimens. The annex will not affect the Victorian (Victorian era) displays of the museum. The ICR receives its external grant funding from the government body the Higher Education Funding Council for England, from government research council bodies and from charities including the Wellcome Trust, Cancer Research UK, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research. It also receives voluntary income from legacies

NHS Scotland

-Scottish border cross-border emergency care is involved. Workforce Approximately 160,000 staff work across 14 regional NHS Boards, seven Special NHS Boards and one public health body, More than 12,000 of these healthcare staff are engaged under independent contractor arrangements

be confused, or where ambiguously spelled or abbreviated names may lead to one patient having several different health records. In addition, CHI numbers are quoted in all clinical correspondence to ensure that there is no uncertainty over the patient in question. A similar system of NHS reference numbers has since been instituted by NHS England and Wales. Overseeing and representative bodies The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland is an independent statutory body which protects people

a Commission on Scottish Devolution which reported in 2009 and recommended that additional powers should be devolved, including control of half the income tax raised in Scotland.


be survivable: In World War II Jack Lucas (Jacklyn H. Lucas), in the Battle of Iwo Jima, placed two grenades under his steel M1 Helmet and himself before they exploded. Lucas lived, but spent the rest of his life with over 200 pieces of shrapnel in his body. In 2008 near Sangin in Afghanistan Matt Croucher used his rucksack to pin the grenade to the floor, and that and his body armor absorbed the majority of the blast. Despite these rare instances, however, the odds of survival

Marine Corps History Division accessdate 19 July 2009 * On Dec. 4, 2006 in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, 19 year old U.S. Army Spc. Ross A. McGinnis was killed instantly when he used his body to smother a grenade, saving the lives of four nearby soldiers. * In 2008 near Sangin in Afghanistan Matthew Croucher used his body and rucksack (Backpack) to pin a grenade to the floor. 2 7 deployed to Helmand (Helmand Province) and Farah Provinces, Afghanistan from

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