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Weimar Republic

the historian Walter "Buzzer" Hall lecture at Princeton University. In 1935, Craig visited and lived for several months in Germany, to research a thesis he was writing on the downfall of the Weimar Republic. This trip marked the beginning of life-long interest with all things German. Craig did not enjoy the atmosphere of Nazi Germany, and throughout his life, he sought to find the answer to the question of how a people who, in his opinion, had made a disproportionately


Czechoslovakia

provide space for about 500,000 volumes.” Billings, Victor L. 1950. “Patent System Re-Established for Germany.” Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society. Volume 32, pages 498-499, 502. He was born in Čáslav, Czechoslovakia. As a student he developed what was to be a life-long interest in Astronomy. He graduated from the Czech Technical University in 1956, then became a staff member of the astronomical department in the Prague Institute


Bavaria

surgeon (surgery)), he decided instead to become an actor, following a life-long interest in theater. Selwart thereafter studied acting and appeared in many plays throughout Europe. He appeared in a variety of stage productions, including classics such as Shakespeare (William Shakespeare) and modern popular works like Heinrich von Kleist's romantic dream play, ''The Prince of Homburg (The Prince of Homburg (play))'', in which he played the title role. Fossils The fossil record


Hollywood

. Kellogg and his Arabian horse ''Antez'' at Kellogg's former Arabian horse ranch (now Cal Poly Pomona (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona)). Kellogg had a long interest in Arabian horses. In 1925, he purchased for $250,000 in Pomona, California, to establish an Arabian horse ranch (W. K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center). Starting with breeding stock descended from the imports of Homer Davenport and W.R. Brown, Kellogg then looked


Moscow

-of-Europe.aspx title Kings of Europe! work ManUtd.com publisher Manchester United date 21 May 2008 accessdate 21 May 2008 Scherbatov's father was a governor-general of Moscow and a Rurikid prince. His belonging to the oldest of Russian families may explain Scherbatov's life-long interest in the national history. In a series of articles published in 1759-61 he defended serfdom and upheld ancient provileges of nobility which had been repealed by Peter the Great (Peter I of Russia). At the 2005 World Championships (2005 World Figure Skating Championships), held in Moscow, Russia, Lambiel was ahead of Evgeni Plushenko after the qualifying round and short program. Plushenko then withdrew from the competition with an injury. Skating to the King Arthur (King Arthur (film)) soundtrack in the long program, Lambiel landed two quadruple toe loops (toe loop jump) and gave an overall strong performance to win his first World championship; it was also his first medal at an ISU championship. He became the first Swiss man to win the event since Hans Gerschwiler did so in 1947. '''Vorontsov''', also '''Woronzow''', '''Woroncow''' ( Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Moscow Commons:Category:Moscow Wikipedia:Moscow


Vienna

'' ("Partisanship and its Antidote"), had already made him famous. In Pest (Budapest) he discovered others who shared his liberalism and desire for reformation, and for a time was on the staff of the ''Pesti Hirlap''. The same year he brought out his first great novel, ''Gyulai Pál''. His life-long interest in politics led to him becoming an outspoken public speaker, and in 1848 Kemény was elected a member of the revolutionary diet, promoting the idea of an independent Hungary. After a brief


Toronto

, New Jersey. Initially interested in studying the law, he switched to history after hearing the historian Walter "Buzzer" Hall lecture at Princeton University. In 1935, Craig visited and lived for several months in Germany, to research a thesis he was writing on the downfall of the Weimar Republic. This trip marked the beginning of life-long interest with all things German. Craig did not enjoy the atmosphere of Nazi Germany, and throughout his life, he sought


Philadelphia

an easement from the City of Philadelphia. Washington Square is now part of Independence National Historical Park. Like his contemporary Francis Hayman, Richards worked as a scene painter in London's theatres (1777–1803). He retained a life-long interest in theatre design and is credited with the 1792 design of Philadelphia's Chestnut Street Theatre (America (United States)'s first purpose-built professional theatre), which it is said he based on London's Covent Garden Theatre


Germany

Wartenberg , Bavaria, Germany, and raised in Munich. After studying medicine like his father (a well known surgeon (surgery)), he decided instead to become an actor, following a life-long interest in theater. Selwart thereafter studied acting and appeared in many plays throughout Europe. He appeared in a variety of stage productions, including classics such as Shakespeare (William Shakespeare) and modern popular works like Heinrich von Kleist's romantic dream play

of the ''Pesti Hirlap''. The same year he brought out his first great novel, ''Gyulai Pál''. His life-long interest in politics led to him becoming an outspoken public speaker, and in 1848 Kemény was elected a member of the revolutionary diet, promoting the idea of an independent Hungary. After a brief exile he accepted the amnesty and returned to Hungary. In 1857 he wrote his most famous novel: ''Özvegy és leánya'' ("The widow and her daughter"). Discovery In 1836 or 1837

the beginning of life-long interest with all things German. Craig did not enjoy the atmosphere of Nazi Germany, and throughout his life, he sought to find the answer to the question of how a people who, in his opinion, had made a disproportionately large contribution to Western civilization (western culture), allowed themselves to become entangled in what Craig saw as the corrupting embrace of Nazism (National Socialism). Craig was formerly President of the American Historical Association


Poland

. Returning home (because of the family coal legacy, and a colliery (Coal mining) in Normantown (Normanton, West Yorkshire), she did not need to seek work), she began writing and running plays - the entire family enjoyed theatrical productions, and it was a life-long interest of Katharine's - while she studied folklore and 17th century English history (Early Modern Britain). She gained her PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) with a thesis on Folklore in seventeenth century literature (''Folklore


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