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Postojna

with the districts (''Kreise'') of Ljubljana, Novo Mesto and Postojna. They were later divided into smaller units, called political (or administrative) districts. Between 1861 and 1918, Carniola was divided into eleven districts consisting of 359 municipalities, with the provincial capital serving as the residence of the imperial governor (''Landeshauptmann''). The districts were: Kamnik, Kranj, Radovljica, the neighbourhood of Ljubljana, Logatec, Postojna, Litija

(''Kreise'') of Ljubljana, Novo Mesto and Postojna. They were later divided into smaller units, called political (or administrative) districts. Between 1861 and 1918, Carniola was divided into eleven districts consisting of 359 municipalities, with the provincial capital serving as the residence of the imperial governor (''Landeshauptmann''). The districts were: Kamnik, Kranj, Radovljica, the neighbourhood of Ljubljana, Logatec, Postojna, Litija, Krško


Nizhny Tagil

, ''The Moscow Times'', 14 January 2004 He was sentenced by a military closed court (secret trial) to four years imprisonment. Russian Ex-Agent's Sentencing Called Political Investigator was about to release a report on 1999 bombings when he was arrested, ''The Los Angeles Times'', 20 05 2004 Amnesty International issued a statement that "there are serious grounds to believe that Mikhail Trepashkin was arrested and convicted under falsified criminal charges which may be politically motivated, in order to prevent him continuing his investigative and legal work related to the 1999 apartment bombings in Moscow and other cities". WikiPedia:Nizhny Tagil commons:Нижний Тагил


Ljubljana

: ''Notranjska'', German: ''Innerkrain''). Until 1860, these sub-regions coincided with the districts (''Kreise'') of Ljubljana, Novo Mesto and Postojna. They were later divided into smaller units, called political (or administrative) districts. Between 1861 and 1918, Carniola was divided into eleven districts consisting of 359 municipalities, with the provincial capital serving as the residence of the imperial governor (''Landeshauptmann''). The districts were: Kamnik, Kranj


Schutzstaffel

Reinhardt's fund (meaning money stolen from the inmates of the concentration camps themselves); and from the German Red Cross. Later in the war, new arrivals were from every category of the "unwanted", but educated people and so-called political prisoners constituted the largest part of all inmates until the end of the war. During World War II, large groups of Spanish Republicans (Spanish Civil War) were also transferred


Cyprus

: coranet.radicalparty.org pressreview print_right.php?func detail&par 10113 Russian Ex-Agent's Sentencing Called Political Investigator was about to release a report on 1999 bombings when he was arrested , ''The Los Angeles Times'', 20 05 2004 Amnesty International issued a statement that "there are serious grounds to believe that Mikhail Trepashkin was arrested and convicted under falsified criminal charges which may be politically motivated, in order to prevent him continuing his investigative and legal work related to the 1999 apartment bombings in Moscow and other cities". WikiPedia:Cyprus Dmoz:Regional Middle East Cyprus Commons:Category:Cyprus


Netherlands

-called political prisoners constituted the largest part of all inmates until the end of the war. During World War II, large groups of Spanish Republicans (Spanish Civil War) were also transferred to Mauthausen and its sub-camps. Most of them were former Republican soldiers or activists who had fled to France after Franco (Francisco Franco)'s victory and then were captured by German forces after the French defeat (Battle of France) in 1940 or handed over to the Germans by the Vichy France


Soviet Union

, nothing has commenced. Later in the war, new arrivals were from every category of the "unwanted", but educated people and so-called political prisoners constituted the largest part of all inmates until the end of the war. During World War II, large groups of Spanish Republicans (Spanish Civil War) were also transferred to Mauthausen and its sub-camps. Most of them were former Republican soldiers or activists who had fled to France after Franco (Francisco Franco)'s victory


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