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Bay and Swakopmund in Namibia, bordering on the desert, are the main settlements in the area. *Keetmanshoop – Johann Keetman (German trader) *Lüderitz – Adolf Lüderitz *Schuckmannsburg – Bruno von Schuckmann A further characteristic of the Region is the harbour town of Lüderitz and its fishing and boat building industry, the diamond areas along the coast, both on and off shore, with Oranjemund as the main centre, mining enterprises in the southern part of Namibia

(Klein Karas area, Rosh Pinah), the Kudu Gas field in the Atlantic Ocean near Lüderitz and small-scale industries in Lüderitz and Keetmanshoop. A further characteristic of the Region is the harbour town of Lüderitz and its fishing and boat building industry, the diamond areas along the coast, both on and off shore, with Oranjemund as the main centre, mining enterprises in the southern part of Namibia (Klein Karas area, Rosh Pinah), the Kudu Gas field

Nizhny Novgorod Oblast

the lowest level to become the plant's foreman from 1971 to 1974. Silayev then served as Deputy Minister of Aviation Industry, and was later appointed Minister of Aviation Industry (Ministry of Aviation Industry (Soviet Union)) in 1981 in Nikolai Tikhonov's first government (Tikhonov's First Government). He served briefly as Minister of Machine-Tool and Tool Building Industry of the Soviet Union (Ministry of Machine-Tool and Tool Building Industry (Soviet Union)) from 1980 to 1981. At the 26th Congress (26th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union) Silayev was elected a member of the Central Committee (Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union) (CPSU). commons:category:Nizhny Novgorod Oblast wikipedia:Nizhny Novgorod Oblast


8.53 - 1281 The horde of Kovdygay and Alchiday sacked Murom and Pereslavl-Zalessky, ruined vicinities of Suzdal, Rostov, Vladimir, Yuryev-Polsky, Tver and Torzhok. - Nikolai Kamanin was born in Melenki, near Murom, Vladimir Oblast. Kamanin's grandfather was a wealthy shoemaker with his own workshop, however, his father, Pyotr Kamanin, broke with tradition and joined the Bolsheviks. He died in 1919 at the age of 49; mother, Stefanida Danilovna (1876–1964) lived all her life in Melenki. Stefanida and Pyotr Kamanin had 10 children; Nikolai survived all his four brothers. Kamanin diaries, 12 November 1965 Alexander Ivanovich Kamanin, Nikolai's uncle, lived a very long life, including 50 years of religious hermitage, and had a reputation of a holy elder. Kamanin diaries, 1 April 1964


, and up to the latter half of the 20th century it still retained an important ship building industry. Uusikaupunki is the home of Valmet Automotive, a contract automobile mechanical production company, producing cars and vehicles for other manufacturers. It was founded in 1968 as Saab-Valmet for manufacturing Saab (Saab Automobile) cars. It is currently manufacturing Mercedes-Benz A-Class cars. Uusikaupunki is home to the Bonk (Bonk Business) museum Bonk Museum. Politics The results of the Finnish parliamentary election, 2011 in Uusikaupunki were: *Social Democratic Party (Social Democratic Party (Finland)) 26.6% *True Finns 23.4% *National Coalition Party 19.6% *Centre Party (Centre Party (Finland)) 13.1% *Left Alliance (Left Alliance (Finland)) 8.1% *Christian Democrats (Christian Democrats (Finland)) 4.2% *Green League 2.3% *Communist Party of Finland (Communist Party of Finland (1997)) 0.7% *Swedish People's Party 0.6% People *Aimo Cajander, Prime Minister of Finland (1922, 1924, 1937–39) *Bernhard Henrik Crusell, virtuoso clarinetist and composer *Robert Wilhelm Ekman, painter *Anna Eriksson, singer *Joni Haverinen (born 1987), SM-liiga ice hockey player *Gordon Herbert, basketball coach and former player *Eetu Koski (born 1992), SM-liiga ice hockey player *Gerald Lee Sr., former basketball player *Gerald Lee Jr., basketball player *Aleksi Lehtonen, Archbishop of Finland (1945–1951) *Ilmari Saarelainen, actor *Martti Simojoki, Archbishop of Finland (1964–78) *Kari Takko, hockey (Ice hockey) goaltender International relations wikipedia:Uusikaupunki


After that moment, although branded "enemy of the people", Rakovsky was still occasionally allowed to speak in public (notably, together with Kamenev and Karl Radek, to the Moscow Komsomol), and continued to criticize Stalin's leadership as "bureaucratic socialism" (''see Bureaucratic collectivism'') and "social fascism (Social fascism theory)". Fagan, ''Opposition and Exile''; Victor Kravchenko (Victor Kravchenko (defector)), ''I Chose Freedom'', Transaction Publishers, Somerset, New Jersey, 1988, p.51-52. ISBN 978-0-88738-754-8; Tismăneanu, p.61-62 With Nikolai Krestinsky (who split with the group soon afterwards) and Kamenev, he attempted to organize a substantial opposition, visiting Ukraine for this purpose, hosting public meetings and printing manifestos addressed to the workers in Kiev, Kharkiv, Mykolaiv, Odessa, Dnipropetrovsk, Kherson, and Zaporizhia (he was assisted by, among others, Yuri Kotsubinsky). Fagan, ''Opposition and Exile'' He was persistently heckled (Heckler) during public appearances, and his supporters were beaten up by the ''Militsiya''. Fagan, ''Opposition and Exile''; Tănase, "The Renegade Istrati" *Zagreb in Croatia on 5 January 2009 *Kherson in Ukraine on 27 May 2009 *Kieler Woche in Germany on 19 June 2009 Biography Born in the village of Vyritsa in Saint Petersburg Governorate on April 9 (22), 1908. His parents divorced during the Russian Revolution (Russian Revolution (1917)). His mother married a Red Army commander and left the children in Kherson to be cared for by an aunt who soon died of typhus. Yefremov survived on his own for some time then joined a Red Army unit as a "son of the regiment" and reached Perekop with it. In 1921, he was discharged and went to Petrograd (today's Saint Petersburg) to study. He completed his school education there while combining his studies with a variety of odd jobs. He later commented that "the Revolution was also my own liberation from philistinism" ("Революция была также и моим освобождением от мещанства"). Tarle was born in Ukraine in a Jewish family on 8 November 1874. His father was a government official. He completed Gymnasium in Kherson in 1892 and afterward entered the University of Kiev to study history and philosophy. He was “the most distinguished student of Ivan Vasilevich Luchitski (1845-1918) of the University of Kiev.” After finishing his undergraduate education at the University of Kiev, he

About 350,000 people live in Kherson, many of whom work in the extensive ship-building industry and harbour activities. Get in thumb Potyomkin Monument (File:Памятник Потёмкину (Херсон).jpg) The city is well reachable by train, with connections to Dnipropetrovsk, Simferopol, Charkiw and Moscow. It's served by Kherson International Airport, but other useful airports in the region are Odessa Airport, Kisinev Airport (best reached via

Velikiye Luki

; As a municipal division (subdivisions of Russia#Municipal divisions), the Town of Velikiye Luki is incorporated as '''Velikiye Luki Urban Okrug''' and serves as the administrative center of Velikoluksky Municipal District. Law #419-oz Economy Industry Velikiye Luki is an industrial city, with several enterprises in machine building industry. They produce machines for timber industry, electrotechnical equipment, and batteries. There is a workshop

Orenburg Oblast

, corn (maize), and gourds. The range of the oblast's export commodities includes: oil and oil products, gas and gas produced products, rolled ferrous and non-ferrous metals, nickel, asbestos, chromium compounds, rough copper, electric engines, radiators, products of machine-building industry. See also


themselves into three main groups under the command of Grigory Sumbulov, Prokopy Lyapunov, and Istoma Pashkov. All these rebels united and then besieged Moscow, settling in a village of Zagorye on October 12, 1606. The consent among these rebellious groups, however, did not last long. Cities of Bryansk, Moscow, and Serpukhov are the centers of car-building industry. Trains and train cars are manufactured in Kolomna, Lyudinovo, and Murom. Rybinsk is a shipbuilding center of the region. Tractors and other agricultural machinery are produced in Bezhetsk, Lyubertsy, Ryazan, Tula (Tula, Russia), and Vladimir. *Russian New Martyr Leonty of Enotaevsa, bishop, and those with him (1919) *New-Martyr Maxim, Bishop of Serpukhov (1931) '''Vladimir Andreyevich the Bold''' ( Wikipedia:Serpukhov Commons:Category:Serpukhov

Liverpool, Nova Scotia

) from the inland forests of the Lake Rossignol watershed. For a time after the War of 1812, Liverpool was second only to Halifax as the major port in the province, but was later eclipsed by western ports on the north shore of the province such as Pictou and New Glasgow on the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The mid-nineteenth century move toward steam-powered vessels which were built with steel, ruined the area's vibrant wooden-ship building industry, and the further financial dislocation caused by the collapse of the local Bank of Liverpool in 1871 combined to severely hurt the town's economy and it went into a slow decline. Twentieth century Liverpool's fortunes were temporarily revived in the 1920s when it became a centre for rum-runners (Rum-running) shipping alcohol to the United States during its period of prohibition. More significant growth took place in 1929 when the Mersey Pulp and Paper Mill (Bowater Mersey Paper Company Limited) was completed in the adjoining village of Brooklyn (Brooklyn, Queens County, Nova Scotia). The paper company also founded its own shipping line, the Markland Shipping Company based in Liverpool. World War II bolstered the economy further as the town's shipyard, Thompson Bros. Machinery Co. Ltd. became a major player in refitting Royal Canadian Navy corvettes and minesweeper (minesweeper (ship))s. In 1996, Liverpool disincorporated as a town and merged with the Municipality of the County of Queens to form the Region of Queens Municipality (Region of Queens Municipality, Nova Scotia). The Bowater Mersey Pulp and Paper plant closed in 2012. "Bowater Mersey Closes Down", ''CBC News'', June 15, 2012 Geography Liverpool is situated on the Atlantic coast along Nova Scotia's South Shore. The community primarily occupies the west bank of the mouth of the Mersey River (Mersey River (Nova Scotia)) and along its harbour front faces opposite the smaller community of Brooklyn (Brooklyn, Queens County, Nova Scotia) which is situated on the east bank of the River. Beyond Liverpool, the river widens to become an estuary called Liverpool Bay, which is partially sheltered by Coffin Island, and there melds into the Atlantic Ocean. The Gulf Stream which passes just to the east of Nova Scotia in the Atlantic Ocean provides Liverpool with a year-round temperate northern climate. Liverpool is located along Trunk Route 3 ("The Lighthouse Route") and at the junction of major Highway 103 (at Exit 19) and Trunk Route 8 ("The Kejimkujik Scenic Drive") which leads to the Bay of Fundy. '''Milton, Nova Scotia''' is a village located immediately north of Liverpool, Nova Scotia in the Region of Queens (Region of Queens Municipality, Nova Scotia) Nova Scotia. The village is most well known for being the birth place of the international best selling author Margaret Marshall Saunders. Her most famous book was Beautiful Joe. In 1994, the Beautiful Joe Heritage Society was formed to celebrate the life and story of ''Beautiful Joe'' and the achievements of Margaret Marshall Saunders. The book is set in Meaford, Ontario, where the society has established a park dedicated to Beautiful Joe named Beautiful Joe Park. thumb View of Caledonia (File:Caledonia - Queens County.jpg) '''Caledonia, Nova Scotia''' is a village located in northern Region of Queens Municipality (Region of Queens Municipality, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia along Trunk 8 (Nova Scotia Trunk 8) (Kejimkujik Scenic Drive). It is about 30 miles north of Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia). 11 miles north of Caledonia, in Maitland Bridge,is the main entrance to Kejimkujik National Park. Caledonia is the major village in the area known as North Queens, which has a radius of approximately 20 miles and a population of approximately 1500. The N.F. Douglas lumber mill in Caledonia is one of the area's main employers. Other industries include forestry, farming, a blueberry processing operation, the Nova Scotia Liquor Commission outlet store and Kejimkujik National Park. North Queens School provides education from grades primary to twelve. The original settlers of Caledonia were six Scots and an Irishman, who settled on the seven hills in greater Caledonia, and the names in the area reflect this heritage. In 1884, Caledonia served as the hub for the gold rush in the nearby communities of Whiteburne and North Brookfield. Each September, Caledonia plays host to the Queens County Fair, which includes a parade, agricultural exhibition and midway. Raddall's first job was as a wireless operator on seagoing ships (including the famous cable ship CS ''Mackay-Bennett'' (CS Mackay-Bennett)), and at isolated wireless posts such as Sable Island. He later took a job as a clerk at a pulp and paper mill in Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia, where he began his writing career. Raddall was a prolific, award-winning writer. He received Governor General's Awards for three of his books, ''The Pied Piper of Dipper Creek'' (1943 (1943 Governor General's Awards)), ''Halifax, Warden of the North'' (1948 (1948 Governor General's Awards)) and ''The Path of Destiny'' (1957 (1957 Governor General's Awards)). In 1971, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. Upon her purchase by the Government of New Brunswick ''Vacationland'' was renamed MV ''Fundy Paradise'' with the intention of using her for service between Blacks Harbour (Blacks Harbour, New Brunswick) and Grand Manan Island. Funding for making modifications to the docks at both terminals for accepting the ship was never approved and she was towed to the Steel and Engine Products Ltd. shipyard in Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia where she was mothballed until the Government of New Brunswick decided to dispose of her in 2001. Historical context – Atlantic Canada The 84th was tasked with defending British maritime provinces (Atlantic Canada) from American Revolutionary attacks by land and sea. Throughout the war, American privateers devastated the maritime economy by raiding many of the coastal communities. There were constant attacks by American privateers, Benjamin Franklin also engaged France in the war, which meant that many of the privateers were also from France. such as the Sack of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia (1782), numerous raids on Liverpool, Nova Scotia (October 1776, March 1777, September, 1777, May 1778, September 1780) and a raid on Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia (1781). Roger Marsters (2004). ''Bold Privateers: Terror, Plunder and Profit on Canada's Atlantic Coast" , p. 87-89. There was also a naval engagement (Naval battle off Cape Breton) with a French fleet at Sydney, Nova Scotia, near Spanish River, Cape Breton (1781). Thomas B. Akins. (1895) History of Halifax. Dartmouth: Brook House Press.p. 82 Colonel Simeon Perkins was born in Norwich, Connecticut, one of sixteen children of Jacob Perkins and Jemima Leonard. He came to Liverpool, Nova Scotia, in May 1762 as part of the New England Planter (New England Planters) migration to Nova Scotia. Converse, Charles Allen (1905). ''Some of the Ancestors and Descendants of Samuel Converse, Jr.'', Vol. II, pp. 833-34. Boston: Eben Putnam. In Liverpool, Perkins immediately began trading in fish and lumber and forged trading ties with New England, Newfoundland, Europe and the West Indies. Perkins House Museum Perkins' home in Liverpool, Nova Scotia is open to the public and guided tours are given from June until October. It was purchased by the Province of Nova Scotia and opened as part of the Nova Scotia Museum system at the suggestion of the author Thomas Raddall who lived in Liverpool. "Thomas Raddall Selected Correspondence: An Electronic Edition"


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