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and 1936, Hermann Weyl, head of the Göttingen mathematics department in 1933 until his resignation under Nazi pressure, made strong efforts to bring him to the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Early life Brandt was born in Mulhouse in the then German (German Empire) Alsace-Lorraine territory (now in Haut-Rhin, France), but his parents were not Alsatians . He became a medical doctor in 1928. He joined the Nazi Party


Helsinki

popularity in the first half of the 1970s, but his steady string of recordings provided occasional hits well into the 1990s. In 2000s he made strong comeback to popularity with his album ''Ei selityksiä''. That album became one of his most successful albums. In 2007 he made a farewell tour on big arenas, but has performed occasionally after that too. DATE OF BIRTH 1947-04-20 PLACE OF BIRTH Helsinki, Finland DATE OF DEATH - 1. 16 July 1972 Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki Commons:Category:Helsinki Wikipedia:Helsinki Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Southern Finland Localities Helsinki


Malta

International and http: www.mfsa.com.mt Malta has a regulator, the MFSA, with a strong business development mindset, and the country has been successful in attracting gaming businesses, aircraft and ship registration, credit-card issuing banking licences and also fund administration. Service providers to these industries, including fiduciary and trustee business, are a core part of the growth strategy of the Island. Malta has made strong headway in implementing EU Financial Services Directives including UCITs IV and soon AIFMD. As a base for alternative asset managers who must comply with new directives, Malta has attracted a number of key players including IDS, Iconic Funds, Apex Fund Services and TMF Customs House.


Afghanistan

of detainees involving Council of Europe member states: second report author Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights date 7 June 2007 work Parliamentary Assembly publisher Council of Europe accessdate 11 March 2011 Băsescu made strong ties with the President of the United States, who in return called him a friend: ''"The President and I are friends. Romania and the United States are friends, and we're allies".'' Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan


Taiwan

sovereignty over all of Mainland China and Taiwan independence. In 2002 several ROC officials and government agencies passed laws and made strong statements recognising Mongolia’s sovereignty over the area (unofficially). Outer Mongolia was removed from the ROC's official maps and a representative office was established in Ulan Bator. In Taiwan, fruits of astringent varieties are sealed in jars filled with lime water to get rid of bitterness. Slightly hardened in the process


Singapore

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Berlin

in mass media through the rise of fashion and advertising photography. Her works from 1926 to 1935 often depicted same sex couples, and women were once again a central theme in her work from 1963 to 1973. Höch also made strong statements on racial discrimination. Her most famous piece is ''Schnitt mit dem Küchenmesser DADA durch die letzte weimarer Bierbauchkulturepoche Deutschlands'' ("Cut with the Dada Kitchen Knife through the Last Weimar Beer-Belly Cultural Epoch in Germany"), a critique of Weimar Germany in 1919. This piece combines images from newspapers of the time re-created to make a new statement about life and art in the Dada movement. Transportation At Neustadt, there is a train stop of the regional express on the Berlin–Hamburg railway. Born in Kiel, Germany, he studied at the Stern Conservatory in Berlin and in Vienna. He was heavily involved in creating three orchestras in his lifetime, most notably the Chamber Orchestra of the Saar. With this group he created one of the recorded (Sound recording and reproduction) collections of Bach (Johann Sebastian Bach)'s orchestral music. These recordings were made originally between 1954 and 1967 as Les Discophiles Français, Erato (Erato Records) and Club Français du Disque releases (Release (music)) in France and appeared then under license with various American (United States) labels (Record label) (notably Nonesuch (Nonesuch Records)) on both LP (LP album) and cassette (Compact Cassette). In 1932 Ristenpart became the conductor of a little string (String instrument) ensemble (Musical ensemble) in Berlin, whose core was composed of women friends of his wife, the pianist and harpsichordist Ruth Christensen. This ensemble came to be known as the Karl Ristenpart Chamber Orchestra (Chamber music) and often played (Play (activity)) for the Berlin radio (Radio industry) and the Deutschlandsender, mostly for exhausting live (Live radio) night broadcasts (Broadcasting) abroad (International broadcasting). But Ristenpart's career as a promising young conductor in Germany was hobbled by his refusal to join the Nazis (Nazi Party). background group_or_band origin Berlin, Germany genre Downtempo, Jazz, Turntablism, Soul, Latin, Trip hop, Lounge * Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, Belgium * The Schöneberg district, Berlin, Germany The '''power station Berlin-Wilmersdorf''' is a power plant which went into service in 1977 in Berlin-Wilmersdorf. Griem was primarily a German-speaking (German language) stage actor, appearing at the Thalia Theater (Thalia Theater (Hamburg)) in Hamburg, the Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg, the Burgtheater in Vienna, the Staatliches Schauspielbühnen in Berlin, in the Munich Kammerspiele, and finally in the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz, also in Munich. thumb 300px The Rosenstraße today: the building in which the detainees were held no longer exists. A Rose (color) rose (File:Rosenstrasse Berlin.jpg) colored Litfaß column (Ernst Litfaß) commemorates the event. The '''Rosenstrasse protest''' was a nonviolent (Nonviolence) protest (Demonstration (people)) in Rosenstraße ("Rose street") in Berlin in February and March 1943, carried out by the non-Jewish ("Aryan (Aryan race)") wives and relatives of Jewish men who had been arrested for deportation. The protests escalated until the men were released. It was a significant instance of opposition to the events of the Holocaust (the Holocaust). Events Just after the German defeat in the Battle of Stalingrad, Gestapo had arrested the last of the Jews in Berlin during the Fabrikaktion. Around 1,800 Jewish men, almost all of them married to non-Jewish women (others being the so-called Geltungsjuden), were separated from the other 6,000 of the arrested, and housed temporarily at Rosenstraße 2–4, a welfare office for the Jewish community located in Central Berlin. Released September 3, 1984 Recorded September 1984 at the Caet Studio in Berlin, Germany Genre Thrash metal First-wave black metal (Black metal#First wave) Kersten began his studies in Helsinki where he studied with the specialist Dr Colander. After two years' study he was awarded his degree in scientific massage. He then left for Berlin where he continued his studies and eventually became Dr. Ko's pupil after an encounter at a dinner party. In 1925 Dr. Ko told Kersten "You have learned all I can teach you." He then turned his patients over to Kersten and retired. Strauss' publisher, Fritz Simrock, suggested the title ''Kaiser-Walzer'' since the title could allude to either monarch, and thus satisfy the vanity of both rulers. The waltz was first performed in Berlin on 21 October 1889. The original cover of the piano edition bore the illustration of the Austrian (Habsburg) Imperial Crown. Born in Berlin, Germany, he was a Jewish orphan living in Nazi Germany adopted by Alan Coatsworth, a Toronto fire-insurance broker. After earning his master's degree in Arabic at the University of Toronto, he joined the diplomatic and foreign affairs department. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


Iraq

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Washington, D.C.

, while Chicago house had made strong headways on college campuses and dance arenas (i.e. the warehouse sound, the rave). The DC go-go sound like Miami bass became essentially a regional sound that didn't muster much mass appeal. Chicago house sound had expanded into the Detroit music environment and mutated into more electronic and industrial sounds creating Detroit techno, acid, jungle (Oldschool jungle). Mating these experimental, usually DJ-oriented, sounds with the prevalence of the multi-ethnic New York City disco sound from the 1970s and 1980s created a brand of music that was most appreciated in the huge discothèques that are located in cities like Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Detroit, Boston, etc. Eventually, European audiences embraced this kind of electronic dance music with more enthusiasm than their North American counterparts. These variable sounds let the listeners prioritize their exposure to new music and rhythms while enjoying a gigantic dancing experience. The NC-4 is property of the Smithsonian Institution, since it was given to that institution by the U.S. Navy after its return to the United States. However, the aircraft was too large to be housed in either the older Smithsonian Arts & Industries Building in Washington, D.C., or in its successor, the ''National Air and Space Museum'', also in Washington. A model of the NC-4 is kept in the Milestones of Flight Gallery in the National Air and Space Museum, a place of honor, along with the original Wright ''Flyer'' (Wright Flyer) of 1903; Charles Lindbergh's ''Spirit of St. Louis of 1927''; and Chuck Yeager's ''Glamorous Glennis'' X-1 rocket aircraft (rocket plane) of 1947. The fully reassembled NC-4 is on loan from the Smithsonian to the National Museum of Naval Aviation in Pensacola, Florida. A recovered Prime Kang later aids the Avengers and their companion Rick Jones (Rick Jones (comics)) against another scheme implemented by his future self, Immortus, who is now allied with the Time Keepers. When Immortus betrays the Time Keepers they kill him, and are in turn killed by Kang, though not before resurrecting Immortus by "splitting him off" from Kang. This then allows Kang to be free of Immortus as he has now fulfilled his destiny of becoming Immortus without being trapped by it. ''Avengers Forever'' # 1 - 12 (Dec. 1998 - Dec. 99) After some months Prime Kang embarks on an ambitious scheme (the Kang War (Kang Dynasty)) to conquer the Earth, this time aided by a son, Marcus, who now uses the alias of the Scarlet Centurion. Kang first promises any who aid him on Earth a place in his new order, which puts Earth's defenses and the Avengers under strain as they fight off villain after villain. Kang then takes control of Earth's defense system, and after destroying the city of Washington (Washington, D.C.) and killing millions, forces a surrender. The Avengers continue to battle the forces of Kang's new empire, and eventually he is defeated by Captain America in personal combat. Although imprisoned, Kang is freed by his son Marcus, who is revealed to be only one of a series of clones. Kang then reveals that he is aware of Marcus' betrayal (Marcus fell in love with and aided the Avenger Warbird (Ms. Marvel) in defeating the Master of the World (Master of the World (comics)), thus indirectly aiding in his father's defeat as control of the Master's technology allowed the Avengers to defeat Kang) and kills him before retreating from Earth. ''Avengers'' #41 - 55 (Jun. 2001 - Aug. 2002) + ''Avengers'' Annual 2001 In 1939 he moved to Washington, D.C. to become Executive Secretary of the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives, and became the first president (Stake president) of a new LDS Church stake there. Pre-World War I From 1899 until the outbreak of World War I in Europe, ''Dolphin'' served as a special dispatch ship for the SecNav and often carried the President of the United States and other important officials and diplomats. She visited Washington Navy Yard for the Peace Jubilee of 14 May-30 June 1899; New York City for the George Dewey celebration of 26-29 September; and Alexandria, Virginia, for the city's sesquicentennial on 10 October. From 7 November 1899-2 February 1900, she cruised to Venezuela to survey the mouth of the Orinoco River. She departed Washington, D.C. on 11 January 1902 to survey the southeast coast of Santo Domingo, then carried the Chief of the Bureau of Equipment from Havana for a tour of inspection of the coaling stations in the West Indies. She returned to Washington on 6 May. Personal background Born in Montreal, Quebec, Lynch-Staunton was educated at Collège Stanislas (Collège Stanislas (Quebec)) and Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf in Montreal. He obtained a B.Sc (Bachelor of Science) in Foreign Service degree from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. in 1953, and did graduate work towards a Master's Degree (Master of Arts (postgraduate)) in Canadian History at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario 1953-1955. death_date


India

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