Places Known For

documentary program


Nicaraguan Americans—History, Indigenous Socieites, Colonial Period, Independence, Modern Era . Retrieved on 2012-05-02. Although Spanish is spoken throughout the country, the country has great variety: vocabulary, accents and colloquial language can vary between towns and departments.


opened a new English server three days later. The Visual Journalism Program at Brooks hosts a Documentary Program. This is a class based program that all Brooks undergraduates are invited to participate in. This documentary class takes students all over the globe to document various cultures. Students spend an entire scholastic session (approximately 2 months) in another country and return back to California to edit a multimedia presentation. The Brooks Institute documentary class has taken students to countries such as Ireland, India, Mexico, Cuba, West Africa, Czech Republic, Costa Rica, Australia, Argentina, China and Chile. In 2010, the students of the documentary program ventured to Vietnam and were guided by world renowned photographer Nick Ut. nationalist leader Ho Chi Minh worked on the standing committee of Krestintern in the mid-1920s. * Henry Tilton Gorrell (1911–1958); United Press correspondent. Covered the Spanish Civil War and World War II. Author of "Soldier of the Press, Covering the Front in Europe and North Africa, 1936-1943" published by the University of Missouri Press, 2009. http: spring2009 gorrell.htm *Cork Graham (born 1964); imprisoned in Vietnam for illegally entering the country (illegal entry) while looking for treasure buried (buried treasure) by Captain Kidd. *Louis Grondijs (1878–1961); covered Russo-Japanese War, World War I, the Russian Civil War, the Japanese invasion of Manchuria and the Spanish Civil War. Nonetheless, the 11th Air Assault Division (U.S. 11th Air Assault Division) assets were merged with the co-located 2nd Infantry Division and reflagged as the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) (1st Cavalry Division (United States)), continuing the tradition of the 1st Cavalry Division (1st Cavalry Division (United States)). Within several months it was sent to Vietnam and the concept of air mobility became bound up with the challenges of that campaign, especially its varied terrain - the jungles, mountains, and rivers which complicated ground movement. thumb Headquarters of Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna ( of scientiests.jpg) The '''Joint Institute for Nuclear Research''', JINR ( Commons:Category:Vietnam


as the 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup held in the United States. Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina


”. The documentary program explored the world of rock music in the midst of President Gorbachev (Mikhail Gorbachev)’s perestroika in the Soviet Union while following Billy Joel on his pioneering concert tour to Moscow and Leningrad. The Thirty Years' War drove Fleming to Holstein, where in 1633 Frederick III, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp, engaged him as physician, courtier and steward. Towards the end of 1633 the Duke sent Fleming with Adam Olearius as a member of an embassy to Russia (Russia#Tsardom of Russia) and the Persian Empire (Iran#Early modern era (1501–1925)) headed by Otto Brüggemann and Philipp Kruse. Fleming was outside Germany for almost six years, much of them in the two foreign empires. Gabriella Szögedi, 'Versuch eines autonomen Verhaltens im Poetischen. Paul Flemings deutsche Liebesgedichte im Diskurs der ''constantia'' at, accessed 10 January 2012: "Fleming... spent six years of his short life on a diplomatic mission from Holstein to Russia and Persia" (translated from the German) Travelling into Russia, Fleming was in an advance party of the embassy which went to Novgorod (Veliky Novgorod), where he remained while negotiations went on with the Swedes and the Russians. At the end of July 1634 the ambassadors joined the party, and the embassy proceeded to Moscow, arriving on 14 August. After four months in the capital city, the Holstein embassy departed again for the Baltic on Christmas Eve, 1634, and on 10 January arrived at Reval (now Tallinn) in Swedish Estonia (Duchy of Estonia (1561–1721)). While the ambassadors continued to Gottorp some of the party, including Fleming, remained in Reval. Sperberg-McQueen (1990) p. 81 In the event, Fleming was there for about a year, during which he organized a poetry circle called "the Shepherds". Elena Rannu, ''The living past of Tallinn'' (1993), p. 106: "It happened that the German poet Paul Fleming (1609–1640), a doctor by profession, was one of that Holstein Embassy too. Like his comrades, he spent about a year in the town... He organized a poetry group which was called "Shepherds"... Some of Paul Fleming's sonnets were connected directly with Tallinn, others with the places along which the embassy travelled..." Not long after his arrival in Reval, Fleming began his courtship of Elsabe Niehus, the daughter of Heinrich Niehus, a merchant originally from Hamburg. Karen Brand, ''Diversität der deutschen Liebeslyrik von Paul Fleming'' (2010), p. 4: "Vermutlich im März 1635 begann die Liebesbeziehung zu Elsabe Niehus..." He wrote love poems for her, and they became engaged to be married. In 1636 the embassy proceeded to Persia, by way of a further visit to Moscow, and Elsabe was left behind. Hans Dieter Betz, ''Religion past and present'' (2008), p. 140 Fleming's ''Epistolae ex Persia'' were four letters in verse written during his time in Persia, between 1636 and 1638. Marian R. Sperberg-McQueen, ''The German poetry of Paul Fleming: studies in genre and history'' (1990), p. 133 The embassy was at Isfahan in 1637. On returning to Reval, Fleming found that Elsabe had married another man and became engaged to her sister, Anna Niehus. Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Moscow Commons:Category:Moscow Wikipedia:Moscow



commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


Documentary Program, but with no mention of Thornton. '''Sir Victor Alexander Haden Horsley''' (14 April 1857 – 16 July 1916) was an accomplished scientist and professor. He was born in Kensington, London. He was educated at Cranbrook School (Cranbrook School Kent), Kent and studied medicine at University College London and in Berlin, Germany (1881), and in the same year started his career as a house surgeon and registrar at the University College Hospital. From 1884 to 1890 Horsley was Professor-Superintendent of the Brown Institute. In 1886 he was appointed as Assistant Professor of Surgery at the National Hospital for Paralysis and Epilepsy, and as a Professor of Pathology (1887–1896) and Professor of Clinical Surgery (1899–1902) at University College London. He was a supporter for Women's Suffrage, and was an opponent of tobacco and alcohol. In August 1930, when Berlin SA leader, Walter Stennes had his men attack the Berlin party headquarters, it was Daluege's SS men who fought in its defence and put it down. Sometime afterwards in an open letter to Daluege, Adolf Hitler proclaimed "SS Mann, deine Ehre heißt Treue!", and "Meine Ehre Heißt Treue" (my honor is called loyalty) was adopted by the SS as its motto. Lumsden, Robin, ''A Collector's Guide To: The Allgemeine - SS'', Ian Allan Publishing, Inc. (2002). ISBN 0-7110-2905-9, p. 49 Hitler promoted both Daluege and Heinrich Himmler to the rank of SS-Obergruppenführer with Daluege the SS leader of Northern Germany while Himmler controlled southern SS units out of Munich as well as serving as the National Leader for the entire SS as a whole. In 1932 Daluege became an NSDAP delegate in the Prussian state parliament and in November 1932 was elected to the Reichstag (Reichstag (Weimar Republic)) for Electoral District Berlin-Ost, a seat he retained until 1945. At the same time, Hermann Göring moved him to the Prussian Ministry of the Interior, where he took over the non-political police with the rank of ''General der Polizei''. In 1936, the entire German police force was reorganized and administrative functions previously exercised by the now largely defunct federal states were reassigned to the Reich Ministry of Interior. The same year, Daluege was appointed, by Wilhelm Frick, the chief of the Ordnungspolizei, Orpo, which gave him administrative, though not executive, authority over most of the uniformed police in Nazi Germany. He commanded the Ordnungspolizei until 1943 reaching the rank (SS rank) of ''SS-Oberstgruppenführer und Generaloberst der Polizei''. Following the assassination (Operation Anthropoid) of Reinhard Heydrich, Daluege also served as the Deputy Protector of Bohemia and Moravia (Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia). In June 1942, he carryed out Himmler's reprisal orders, after Heydrich's death, by having the village of Lidice razed to the ground; the male inhabitants there and in the village of Ležáky murdered. Further, many of the women and children were deported to Nazi concentration camps. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


Nizammudin Taher was superintendent archaeologist). Although the stone urn itself was missing, its coping stone and a number of bone fragments were found close to the window mentioned in the Portuguese sources. This archaeological work was featured in an episode of the documentary program "Schliemans's Erben", aired by the German channel ZDF, at 20:00 on March 16, 2008. ( century In 1826


Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


Commons:Category:Israel Wikipedia:Israel Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel

Copyright (C) 2015-2017
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017