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Bansha

was a direct descendant of Dónal na Pípí and was going into exile because of the harsh treatment in Ireland of Catholics under the Penal Laws (Penal Laws (Ireland)). The portrait was kept in the mansion at 3, Rue Mage in the city of Toulouse where he resided as Count MacCarthy-Reagh of Toulouse. The Count was noted for his rich library which in importance was second only to the King's in Paris. His father was Edward Sheil, who had acquired considerable wealth in Cadiz in southern Spain


Occupation of Smyrna

school was established in Smyrna which soon operated with 210 Muslim students and with costs covered by the Greek administration. Solomonidis, 1984, p. 180 However, nationalist sentiments and suspicion continued to limit the impacts of Steriadis' administration. The resettlement of Greeks and harsh treatment by the army and local Greek population led many Turkish residents to leave creating in a refugee problem. Discrimination by low-level Greek administrators and military members further contributed to Turkish hostility in the Smyrna zone. thumb The Ionian University of Smyrna (File:Ionian University of Smyrna.jpg), was established in December 1920 and organized by Constantin Carathéodory Archaeological excavations Archaeological missions in Asia Minor were of significant importance for the High Commission. Excavations were focused on ancient Greek (Ancient Greece) settlements in the area, mainly found in the surroundings of the urban areas, as well as along the coastal zone. Solomonidis, 1984, p. 182 The most important excavation were conducted during 1921-1922, where important findings were unearthed in the Ionian sites of Klazomenai, Ephesus and Nysa (Nysa (Caria)). Apart from ancient Greek antiquities, Byzantine (Byzantine Empire) monument were also unearthed, such as the 6th century Basilica of St. John the Theologian (Basilica of St. John) in Ephesus. In general, the excavations undertaken by the Greek administration provided interesting material concerning the history of Ancient Greek and Byzantine Art. University


Tunja

of New Granada Congress of United Provinces of New Granada , which had formed out of the junta (military junta)s established in 1810. In Colombia Claver arrived in Cartagena, Colombia in 1610, still a novice. Required to wait five years to be ordained as a priest, he lived in Jesuit monasteries at Tunja and Bogotá. During those preparatory years, he was deeply disturbed by the harsh treatment and living conditions of the black slaves who were brought from Africa. By this time


Sisak

). In 649 or 667, Emperor Constans II relocated Serbs from "around river Vardar" to Asia Minor (see Asia Minor Slavs). Some 30,000 soldiers in the city of Gordoservon (''City of the Serbs''), were to fight the Umayyad Caliphate, however they deserted the battlefield in 692 due to harsh treatment. Erdeljanovich.J. "O naseljavanju Slovena u Maloj Aziji i Siriji od VII do X veka" Glasnik geografskog drushtva vol. VI 1921 pp.189 There is a gap


Port Blair

IndiaList1905 He and A. S. Lethbridge, a surgeon in the British administration, concluded that the punishment of transportation to the Andaman Islands was failing to achieve the purpose intended and that indeed criminals preferred to go there rather than be incarcerated in Indian jails. Lyall and Lethbridge recommended that a "penal stage" existed in the transportation sentence, whereby transported prisoners were subjected to a period of harsh treatment upon arrival


Swedish Pomerania

: www.spiegel.de spiegel 0,1518,646123,00.html Five years of harsh treatment in Copenhagen brought his life to a close. Hans Henrik von Essen was appointed Colonel in 1787, Major General in 1795 and Field Marshal (List of Swedish Field Marshals) in 1811. He served as the Over-Governor of Stockholm from 1795 to 1797 and as the Governor-General (Governor-General in the Swedish Realm) of Pomerania (Swedish Pomerania) from 1800 to 1809. Upon the revolution of 1809 he received the title


Valencia

. It also bore a strong anti-Islamic aspect, as rebels rioted against Aragon's population of mudéjars and imposed forced conversions to Christianity. The vicereine Germaine of Foix brutally repressed the uprising and its leaders, and this accelerated the authoritarian centralization of the government of Charles I. Queen Germaine favored harsh treatment of the ''agermanats''. She is thought to have signed the death warrants of 100 former rebels personally, and sources indicate that as many as 800 executions may have occurred. The ''agermanats'' are comparable to the ''comuneros (Revolt of the Comuneros)'' of neighboring Castile, who fought a similar revolt against Charles from 1520–1522. The crisis deepened during the 17th century with the expulsion (Expulsion of the Moriscos) in 1609 of the Jews and the Moriscos, descendants of the Muslim population that converted to Christianity under threat of exile from Ferdinand and Isabella in 1502. From 1609 through 1614, the Spanish government systematically forced Moriscos to leave the kingdom for Muslim North Africa. They were concentrated in the former Kingdom of Aragon, where they constituted a fifth of the population, and the Valencia area specifically, where they were roughly a third of the total population. Commons:Category:Valencia Wikipedia:Valencia Dmoz:Regional Europe Spain Autonomous Communities Valencian Community Valencia Valencia


Cartagena, Colombia

Santander during the Congress of Cúcuta, October 1821. birth_place Verdu, Catalonia, Kingdom of Spain death_place Cartagena (Cartagena, Colombia), Colombia titles Confessor In Colombia Claver arrived in Cartagena, Colombia in 1610, still a novice. Required to wait five years to be ordained as a priest, he lived in Jesuit monasteries at Tunja and Bogotá. During those preparatory years, he was deeply disturbed by the harsh treatment and living conditions


Cochabamba

structures at Cochabamba in the outskirts of Utcubamba (Utcubamba River) in the current district of Leimebamba as well as other sites. It was due to the harsh treatment of the Chachapoyas during the years of subjugation that many of the Chachapoyas initially chose to side with the Spanish colonialists when they arrived in Peru. Guaman, a local ruler from Cochabamba, pledged his allegiance to the conquistador Francisco Pizarro after the capture of Atahualpa in Cajamarca. The Spanish moved in and occupied Cochabamba, extorting what riches they could find from the local inhabitants. birth_date


Northern Mariana Islands

had 15,700 Japanese settlers (including 2700 ethnic Koreans and 22 ethnic Chamorro). On December 8, 1941, hours after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese forces from the Marianas launched an invasion of Guam (Battle of Guam (1941)). Chamorros from the Northern Marianas, which had been under Japanese rule for more than 20 years, were brought to Guam to assist the Japanese administration. This, combined with the harsh treatment of Guamanian Chamorros during the 31-month occupation


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