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East Germany

Germany . After the German reunification, the journal was acquired by Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, a subsidiary of John Wiley & Sons. History The Black Russian Terrier was developed in the former USSR (Soviet Union) by the state for use as a military working dogs. The breeding stock was largely imported from the occupied countries, especially East Germany. Breeds used in the development include the Airedale Terrier, Caucasian Ovcharka, Newfoundland (Newfoundland (dog)), Giant (Giant Schnauzer) and Standard Schnauzers and the now extinct Moscow Water Dog. BRT were bred for working ability, rather than appearance, and early examples only resembled today's Black Russian Terrier in their build and coat type. The BRT was bred solely by the state owned Red Star Kennel until 1957, when some puppies were sold to civilian breeders. These breeders began to breed for looks (as the original was rather plain) while retaining working ability. In time, the breed spread to the Balkans, Ukraine, and Siberia, and later to Finland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and the United States. *'''Keep.''' In 100 years this article will have a big historical value and it already has. bbx (User:Bbx) 09:53, 22 Sep 2004 (UTC) ::So if we on a vague whim combined the medal tallies of say East Germany (East Germany) and West (West Germany) Germany for say, the 1960 Olympics, that would be meaningful historical information now? No, it would be misinformative and useless. There are currently a dozen odd different olympic committees throughout the EU, with European athletes competing ''against'' each other, not ''for'' the EU. *If and when* there is a single EU Olympic Committee , with a single set of selection criteria for athletes, and some centralised uniformity in training and in policy, a combined EU tally becomes in some way meaningful. Not before. Lacrimosus (User:Lacrimosus) 02:16, 23 Sep 2004 (UTC) *Delete --Conti (User:ContiE) ✉ (User talk:ContiE) 14:37, Sep 22, 2004 (UTC) thumb Praktica (Image:Praktica MTL5B.jpg) '''Praktica''' is a brand of camera manufactured by Pentacon in Dresden in eastern Germany, formerly within the GDR (East Germany) prior to reunification. Pentacon is the modern-day successor to Dresden camera firms such as Zeiss Ikon, and for many years Dresden was the world's largest producer of cameras. Currently Praktica is the only brand sold by the company; previous ones included Zeiss Ikon, Contax (now owned by the Carl Zeiss (Carl Zeiss AG) company), Exakta, Pentacon and many more. From the beginning, the BfV was troubled by a number of affairs. First, in the ''Vulkan'' affair in April 1953, 44 suspects were arrested and charged with spying on behalf of East Germany (GDR), but were later released as the information provided by the BfV was insufficient to obtain court verdicts. Then, in 1954 the first president of the BfV, Otto John, fled to the GDR. Shortly after that it became public that a number of employees of the BfV had been with the Gestapo during the Third Reich. Nevertheless, material on the Communist Party of Germany (KPD) was essential for banning the party by the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany in August 1956. Over the years, a number of associations and political groups were banned on material provided by the BfV. He played for Dresdner SC, winning the German football championship in 1943 and 1944 as well as the cup (DFB-Pokal) in 1941 and 1942. He appeared 16 times for his country between 1937 and 1941, scoring 17 goals. ''Kicker Almanach 2003''. Copress Munich 2002 (German) After World War II he began his career in football management in his native state of Saxony, then part of Soviet-occupied East Germany. He was in charge of coaching selections from Saxony and the Soviet occupation zone before political interference to the sport made him flee to Western Germany in 1950. Salzmann, Peter: ''100 Jahre DSC. Der Mythos eines Sportvereins''. In: ''Dresdner Hefte'', Issue 55. Dresden 1998 (German) Having played in Hamburg even during his Friedrichstadt spell, he now was appointed player-coach with Hertha BSC Berlin where he had several former team-mates in his squad but left before the end of the season. Schön became a licensed coach in Cologne before managing Wiesbaden. Between 1952 and 1956, he was in charge of the then-independent Saarland (Saarland national football team) side, who met West Germany in qualification for the 1954 World Cup. When the Saarland was permitted to rejoin Germany in 1956, Schön joined the West German national side as assistant to Sepp Herberger, whom he succeeded as manager in November 1964. Leaving the SPD Formation of The Left party On 24 May 2005 Lafontaine left the SPD. After two weeks of speculation it was announced on 10 June that he would run as the lead candidate for The Left (The Left (Germany)) party (''Die Linke''), a coalition of the Labor and Social Justice Party (WASG) (Labor and Social Justice Party), which is based in western Germany, and the Left Party. PDS (Party of Democratic Socialism (Germany)), which was the successor to the ruling East German (East Germany) Socialist Unity Party (Socialist Unity Party of Germany) (SED). FT.com Europe – New leftwing alliance to challenge SPD Lafontaine joined the WASG on 18 June 2005 and was selected to head their list for the 2005 Federal Election (German federal election, 2005) in North Rhine-Westphalia on the same day. Moreover he also unsuccessfully contested the Saarbrücken constituency. Nevertheless, the result of the Linkspartei in the Saarland was by far the best in any of the federal states in the West of Germany. Background Two versions of ''Sandmännchen'' were created: one in East Germany (''Unser Sandmännchen''), and one in West Germany (''Das Sandmännchen''). *The Norwegian 52 minute long documentary ''Sandmann - Historien om en sosialistisk supermann'' (Sandmännchen-The history of a socialistic superman) by Jannicke Systad Jacobsen from 2005 looks back on the rise and fall of East German (East Germany) socialism through the tales of Sandmann. RIAS-TV, began broadcasting (as a part time optout on the terrestrial frequency of SAT.1) from West Berlin in August 1988. Prior to this there were no Western television broadcasts ''specifically'' targeted at East Germany although many of the domestic West German TV networks (particularly ARD (ARD (broadcaster))) had high power transmitters along the border (inner German border) and could be received throughout most of East where many of their programmes attracted a larger audience than the official East German domestic broadcasters (Deutscher Fernsehfunk). With the establishment of the communist-led (Communist state) German Democratic Republic (East Germany) in 1949, Magdeburg fell under Soviet (Soviet Union) control. Communist leaders tried to suppress religion as a potential threat to communist doctrine, thus being active in church was a social disadvantage. The eradication of religion could not be accomplished, however, and weekly peace prayers were held in the cathedral beginning in 1983 in front of the Magdeburger Ehrenmal, a sculpture by Ernst Barlach. This led to the famous Monday demonstrations (Monday demonstrations in East Germany) of 1989 (similar to those in Leipzig), which played a significant role in the German reunification process. Kirchworbis is first mentioned in a 1209 document as "Kirchworvece." The place became Prussian in 1802. After a short affiliation with the Kingdom of Westphalia, Kirchworbis became a part of the Prussian province of Saxony until 1945. During World War II, more than 100 women and men from Poland and Ukraine were brought to Kirchworbis and forced to work on farms, starting in 1940. From 1945 to 1949, Kirchworbis was in the Soviet occupied zone, and was part of East Germany from 1949 until German reunification in 1989 1990. In 1970, the SMERSH facility, by then controlled by the KGB, was scheduled to be handed over to the East German (East Germany) government. Fearing that a known Hitler burial site might become a Neo-Nazi shrine, KGB director Yuri Andropov authorised an operation to destroy the remains that had been buried in Magdeburg on 21 February 1946. The New Zealand Government (w:New Zealand Government) is to investigate how 20-year-old top secret papers were released. They show that New Zealand (w:New Zealand) was spying on the communications of Argentina (w:Argentina), the Soviet Union (w:Soviet Union), East Germany (w:East Germany), France (w:France), Egypt (w:Egypt), Japan (w:Japan), North Korea (w:North Korea), Vietnam (w:Vietnam), Laos (w:Laos), the Philippines (w:Philippines), Fiji (w:Fiji), Tonga (w:Tonga), the Solomon Islands (w:Solomon Islands), South Africa (w:South Africa) and even the United Nations (w:United Nations) diplomatic cables. The union has also demanded equal pay for drivers in former East Germany (w:East Germany). Georg Milbradt (w:Georg Milbradt), chief negotiator for Germany's state governments, said that giving equal wages to the drivers in former East Germany would be extremely difficult. The accident occurred at Kindel Air Field, which is located south of Berlin (w:Berlin), near Eisenach (w:Eisenach). The aircraft involved was a Zlin Z-37 Cmelak (w:Zlin Z-37 Cmelak), a Czech (Czech Republic) built single-seater plane which had been used by authorities in former East Germany (w:East Germany) as a cropduster (w:cropduster). Host German Chancellor Angela Merkel reminisced that the end of the Cold War came as a total surprise. "The 20th anniversary of the fall of the Wall should remind us all what incredible luck we had with the reunification of Europe and Germany," commented Merkel, who grew up in communist East Germany (w:East Germany), in Monday's edition of the ''Bild (w:Bild)'' newspaper.


Seoul

participated in the Battle of Chosin Reservoir. They pushed as far north as Koto-ri, spending much of the battle defending their perimeter in this vicinity. According to the North–South Joint Declaration, the North-South ministerial talks and North–South military working-level talks were held four times in Pyongyang, Seoul and Jeju Island from July to December 2000. North-South Red Cross talks were held three times and the working-level contacts for the North and South


Czechoslovakia

Union USSR by the state for use as a military working dogs. The breeding stock was largely imported from the occupied countries, especially East Germany. Breeds used in the development include the Airedale Terrier, Caucasian Ovcharka, Newfoundland (Newfoundland (dog)), Giant (Giant Schnauzer) and Standard Schnauzers and the now extinct Moscow Water Dog. BRT were bred for working ability, rather than appearance, and early examples only resembled today's Black Russian Terrier in their build and coat type. The BRT was bred solely by the state owned Red Star Kennel until 1957, when some puppies were sold to civilian breeders. These breeders began to breed for looks (as the original was rather plain) while retaining working ability. In time, the breed spread to the Balkans, Ukraine, and Siberia, and later to Finland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and the United States. 1938 Formed from the predominantly German-speaking parts of Czechoslovakia that were ceded to Germany after the Munich Agreement. - intendeduse Entities connected with


Ukraine

, and ''Red Arrow'' were closed down. History The Black Russian Terrier was developed in the former USSR (Soviet Union) by the state for use as a military working dogs. The breeding stock was largely imported from the occupied countries, especially East Germany. Breeds used in the development include the Airedale Terrier, Caucasian Ovcharka, Newfoundland (Newfoundland (dog)), Giant (Giant Schnauzer) and Standard Schnauzers and the now extinct Moscow Water Dog. BRT were bred for working ability, rather than appearance, and early examples only resembled today's Black Russian Terrier in their build and coat type. The BRT was bred solely by the state owned Red Star Kennel until 1957, when some puppies were sold to civilian breeders. These breeders began to breed for looks (as the original was rather plain) while retaining working ability. In time, the breed spread to the Balkans, Ukraine, and Siberia, and later to Finland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and the United States. In the first half of 2009, Ensiferum performed at a string of festivals (metal festival) including Frostrock in Belgium, Finnish Metal Expo and Tuska Open Air in Finland, Winterfire, Rocktower, Legacy and Rock am Härtsfeldsee in Germany, Summer Nights in Austria, and Z7 Metal Dayz in Switzerland. In June and July they toured North America as part of the Summer Slaughter Tour with Necrophagist, Darkest Hour (Darkest Hour (band)), Suffocation (Suffocation (band)), Blackguard, Dying Fetus, Beneath the Massacre, Origin (Origin (band)), and Winds of Plague. Commons:Category:Ukraine WikiPedia:Ukraine Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine


Singapore

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Iraq

; Notable people Jamie Dana USAF TSgt is the first military working dog handler to be allowed to adopt her dog from active duty. She sustained serious injuries with her dog, Rex, in Iraq from an improvised explosive device. Jamie and her dog attended the 2006 State of the Union Address as the guest of Laura Bush. The War on Terror After the September 11, 2001 attacks, Fort Bliss provided ADA Battalions for US and NATO use in Afghanistan and Iraq, and has


Soviet Union

as a military working dogs. The breeding stock was largely imported from the occupied countries, especially East Germany. Breeds used in the development include the Airedale Terrier, Caucasian Ovcharka, Newfoundland (Newfoundland (dog)), Giant (Giant Schnauzer) and Standard Schnauzers and the now extinct Moscow Water Dog. BRT were bred for working ability, rather than appearance, and early examples only resembled today's Black Russian Terrier in their build and coat type. The BRT was bred solely by the state owned Red Star Kennel until 1957, when some puppies were sold to civilian breeders. These breeders began to breed for looks (as the original was rather plain) while retaining working ability. In time, the breed spread to the Balkans, Ukraine, and Siberia, and later to Finland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and the United States. '''.by''' is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Belarus. It is administered by The Operative-analytical center of the Republic of Belarus (Оперативно-аналитический центр при Президенте Республики Беларусь.). The code "BY" originates from an alternative spelling of Belarus, Byelorussia, which was used during their inclusion in the Soviet Union. The ccTLD was created for Belarus on May 11, 1994 and replaces the Soviet domain of .su. '''.su''' was assigned as the country code top-level domain for the Soviet Union on 19 September 1990. It remains in use today, even though the Soviet Union itself no longer exists, and is administered by the Russian Institute for Public Networks (RIPN, or RosNIIROS in Russian transcription). Rozanov starved to death in a cloister in the hungry years following the Revolution. His work was largely forgotten in the Soviet Union even though some prominent writers (including Maxim Gorky, Vladimir Nabokov and Venedikt Erofeev) were among his admirers. Recently, his paradoxical writings have once again become available to Russian readers, and have experienced somewhat of a resurgence among audiences sympathetic to Rozanov's political views. Rozanov is the main source of inspiration for Dmitry Galkovsky's 1988 philosophical novel ''The Infinite Deadlock'', which revises 19th century Russian history and places Rozanov at the center of Russian philosophical thought. Still, Rozanov remains little known outside of Russia, though Western scholars of Russian culture have become increasingly fascinated by his work and his persona. The predominantly Armenian (Armenian people)-populated region of Nagorno-Karabakh became disputed between Armenia and Azerbaijan when both countries gained independence from the Russian Empire in 1918. After the Soviet Union established its control over the area, in 1923 it created the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast (NKAO) within the Azerbaijan SSR. In the final years of the Soviet Union, the region re-emerged as a source of dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan, culminating in a large-scale ethnic conflict and, eventually, in the Nagorno-Karabakh War that was fought from 1991 to 1994. The predominantly Armenian (Armenian people)-populated region of Nagorno-Karabakh became disputed between Armenia and Azerbaijan when both countries gained independence from the Russian Empire in 1918. After the Soviet Union established its control over the area, in 1923 it created the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast (NKAO) within the Azerbaijan SSR. In the final years of the Soviet Union, the region re-emerged as a source of dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan, culminating in a large-scale ethnic conflict and, eventually, in the Nagorno-Karabakh War that was fought from 1991 to 1994. Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик


United States

military working dogs. Two types of human ehrlichiosis have been identified in the United States: human monocytic ehrlichiosis and human granulocytic ehrlichiosis. The '''Christian Coalition of America''', a 501(c)(4) organization, is the successor to the original Christian Coalition


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