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Pitești

Princes until the 18th century. From the 19th century and until the interwar period, it was an important political center for the National Liberal Party (National Liberal Party (Romania)) and the main residence of the Brătianu family of politicians. During the early stages of the communist regime (Communist Romania), it was one of the main sites of political repression, with the Pitești prison becoming home to an experiment in brainwashing techniques. Geography The city

that time, and down to the late interwar, the city became a National Liberal (National Liberal Party (Romania)) center, largely due to the Brătianu family of politicians residing in nearby Ștefănești (Ștefănești, Argeș). Mircea Crăciun, ''Relicve din perioada dictaturii comuniste în județul Argeș'', at the Memoria Digital Library; retrieved July 17

, 2007 Their manor, ''Florica'', housed most major reunions of the National Liberal leaders. For a short period in 1882, Pitești was home to dramatist Ion Luca Caragiale, leading some to propose that it was the unnamed National Liberal-dominated city depicted in Caragiale's famous play ''O scrisoare pierdută''. Șerban Cioculescu, ''Caragialiana'', Editura Eminescu, Bucharest, 1974, p.202–203. ref>


Sinaia

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childhood, going through his vast experience as a journalist, to the high spheres of politics (National Liberal (National Liberal Party (Romania)) as well as Conservative (Conservative Party (Romania, 1880–1918)), ''Junimist'' as well as socialist). Cioculescu, p.6, 7-8; Vianu, Vol. II, p.193 An incessant traveler, Caragiale carefully investigated everyday life in most areas of the Romanian Old Kingdom and Transylvania. Vianu, Vol. II, p.193 He

administration, King Michael called on Groza to resign. When he refused, the monarch went to his summer home in Sinaia and refused to sign any government decrees or bills (a period colloquially known as ''greva regală''—"the royal strike"). Cioroianu, ''Pe umerii...'', p.61-64, 159–161 Following Anglo-American mediation, Groza agreed to include politicians from outside his electoral alliance, appointing two secondary figures in their parties (the National Liberal Mihail


Baia Mare

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Aiud

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Mangalia

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Râmnicu Vâlcea

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Craiova

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production 1981–1995 The '''Oltcit Club''' was a supermini (supermini car) automobile developed by Oltcit in co-operation with Citroën of France in the 1980s. It is a small three-door hatchback, based on the Citroën Prototype Y and was built in Craiova, Romania. manufacturer Citroën assembly Craiova, Romania production 1984–1990 Originally a member of the National Liberal Party (National Liberal Party (Romania)) (PNL), he

characters. Cioculescu, p.186 The play was a hit, and acclaim reached Caragiale despite the fact that he had refused to have his name printed on the posters. Cioculescu, p.184-185 Caragiale was soon outraged to discover that, by the second staging, his text had been toned down by the government-appointed Head of Theaters, the National Liberal Ion Ghica. Vianu, Vol. II, p.180, 186, 190 When he asked for an official explanation, ''O


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of controversial ecclesiastical questions. On the establishment of German unity his mandate was renewed for the Reichstag (Reichstag (German Empire)), and there he served as an active and prominent member of the National Liberal party, until 1884. In the Kulturkampf he sided with the government against the attacks of the Clericals, whom he bitterly denounced, and whose implacable enemy he ever showed himself. In 1879, together with his colleague, Hänel (Albert Hänel), he violently

was elected member to the Prussian House of Representatives. He joined the radical German Progress Party, and in 1867 was also elected to the German parliament, but he helped to form the National Liberal Party (National Liberal Party (Germany)), and in consequence lost his seat in Berlin, which remained faithful to the radicals; after this he represented Magdeburg and Frankfurt in the Prussian, and Meiningen in the German parliament. He threw himself with great energy into his parliamentary duties, and quickly became one of its most popular and most influential members. An optimist and idealist, he joined to a fervent belief in liberty an equal enthusiasm for German unity and the idea of the German state. His motion that Baden (Grand Duchy of Baden) should be included in the North German Confederation in January 1870 caused much embarrassment to Otto von Bismarck, but was not without effect in hastening the crisis of 1870. with a population at that era of 1,500,000 inhabitants; under these conditions it became a member of the German Confederation that was founded in 1815. King John (John I of Saxony) (1854–73) sided with Austria in the struggle between Prussia and Austria as to the supremacy in Germany. Consequently in the War of 1866, when Prussia was successful, the independence of Saxony was once more in danger; only the intervention of the Austrian Emperor saved Saxony from being entirely absorbed by Prussia. The kingdom, however, was obliged to join the North German Confederation of which Prussia was the head. In 1871 Saxony became one of the states of the newly-founded German Empire. King John was followed by his son King Albert (Albert, King of Saxony) (1873–1902); Albert was succeeded by his brother George (George of Saxony) (1902–04); the son of George is King Frederick Augustus III (Frederick Augustus III of Saxony). Prince Maximilian (b. 1870), a brother of the present king, became a priest in 1896, was engaged in parish work in London and Nuremberg, and since 1900 has been a professor of canon law and liturgy in the University of Freiburg in Switzerland. The Kingdom of Saxony is the fifth state of the German Empire in area and third in population; in 1905 the average population per square mile was 778.8. Saxony is the most densely peopled state of the empire, and indeed of all Europe; the reason is the very large immigration on account of the development of manufactures. In 1910 the population amounted to 5,302,485; of whom 218,033 were Catholics; 4,250,398 Evangelican Lutherans; 14,697 Jews; and a small proportion of other denominations. The Catholic population of Saxony owes its present numbers largely to immigration during the nineteenth century. Catholicism that can be traced back to the period before the Reformation is found only in one section, the governmental department of Bautzen. Even here there is no continuous Catholic district, but there are a number of villages where the population is almost entirely Catholic, and two cities (Ostritz and Schirgiswalde) where Catholics are in the majority. It should also be mentioned that about 1.5 of the inhabitants of Saxony consists of the remains of a Slavonic tribe called by the Germans Wends, and in their own language "Serbjo". These Wends, who number about 120,000 persons and live in Saxon and Prussian Lusatia, are entirely surrounded by a German population; consequently owing to German influence the Wendic language, manners, and customs are gradually disappearing. About 50,000 Wends live in the Kingdom of Saxony; of these about 12,000 belong to the Catholic Church; some fifty Wendic villages are entirely Catholic. There is also a large Wendic population in the city of Bautzen, where among 30,000 inhabitants 7,000 are Wends. - bgcolor #E5E5FF The '''North German Confederation''' supersedes the German Confederation. Berlin is the capital. - During the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71, the Château de Ferrières was seized by the Germans (Germany) and was the site of negotiations between Otto von Bismarck, Chancellor (Chancellor of Germany (German Reich)) of the North German Confederation, and the French Minister of Foreign Affairs (Minister of Foreign Affairs (France)), Jules Favre. The Germans again seized the château during the occupation of France in World War II and this time, looted its vast art collections. The château remained empty until 1959 when Guy de Rothschild and his new wife, Marie-Hélène de Zuylen van Nyeve (Marie-Hélène de Rothschild) set about refurbishing it. Their efforts saw it once again became the place where European nobility mingled with Hollywood movie stars at grand soirées. In 1975, Guy de Rothschild and his wife charitably donated the château to the chancellery of the University of Paris, and it is now open to the public for guided tours and special events. After Prussias victory over Denmark in 1864 and the founding of the North German Confederation in 1867 Halstenbek and the district of Pinneberg were under Prussian administration. The direct administration (Drostei) was located in the city of Pinneberg. 1883 Halstenbek received a connection to the railway network with its own freight yard, which promoted the marketing of trees and plants from the Halstenbek prant nurseries substantially. The First World War brought the next big economical break. The neighboring Kiel in 1867 was declared Baltic Naval Station of the North German Confederation and later of the German Empire in 1871. This resulted in the set up of businesses like the Imperial Shipyard Kiel (Kaiserliche Werft Kiel) and its ancillary and supply industries, e.g. foundries, dockyards and other defence industries. The factories' demand for workers led to a rapid increase in population in the city of Kiel but also in the villages in its vicinity such as Schönkirchen.


Grand Duchy of Baden

the radical German Progress Party, and in 1867 was also elected to the German parliament, but he helped to form the National Liberal Party (National Liberal Party (Germany)), and in consequence lost his seat in Berlin, which remained faithful to the radicals; after this he represented Magdeburg and Frankfurt in the Prussian, and Meiningen in the German parliament. He threw himself with great energy into his parliamentary duties, and quickly became one of its most popular and most influential members. An optimist and idealist, he joined to a fervent belief in liberty an equal enthusiasm for German unity and the idea of the German state. His motion that Baden (Grand Duchy of Baden) should be included in the North German Confederation in January 1870 caused much embarrassment to Otto von Bismarck, but was not without effect in hastening the crisis of 1870. France (Second French Empire) Background After the Battle of Worth, Crown Prince Frederick (Friedrich III of Germany (Hohenzollern)) detached General von Werder (Karl Wilhelm Friedrich August Leopold, Count von Werder) to move south against the fortress of Strasbourg. At the time, Strasbourg (along with Metz) was considered to be one of the strongest fortresses in France. Werder's force was made up of 40,000 troops from Württemberg (Kingdom of Württemberg) and Baden (Grand Duchy of Baden), which lay just across the Rhine River from Strasbourg. The French garrison of 17,000 was under the command of the 68-year-old General Uhrich (Jean Jacques Alexis Uhrich). Kling was born in Bammental in the Grand Duchy of Baden. He completed his training as a salesman in 1916-1921, and was an employee in Dortmund until 1924. He worked for various building companies until 1928, was unemployed until 1929, and was the editor of the newspaper ''Berlin am Morgen'' between 1929 and 1933. Early life He was born and raised in Heidelberg, Grand Duchy of Baden, German Empire (now Baden-Württemberg, Germany). His parents were Louis Carl ''Moritz'' Sommerlath (1860–1930) who was born in Chicago, Illinois in the United States who was from an armigerous (Coat of arms) family of the German (Germans) Bourgeoisie, and his wife ''Erna'' Sophie Christine Waldau (1864–1944). Genealogics - Leo van de Pas - Walther Sommerlath. In the mid 1920s, Walther Sommerlath moved to São Paulo, Brazil where he worked for the steel company Acus Roechling Boulerus do Brasil, a subsidiary in the German steel group Roechling. In 1837, Baden (Grand Duchy of Baden) joined the South German Monetary Union. This caused the Gulden to be reduced slightly in size, as it was now worth four sevenths of a Prussian Thaler (Prussian thaler). After various requests from the Catholics of Switzerland, Pope Pius VII put an end to Wessenberg's reformist plans in that part of the diocese by severing the Swiss cantons from the Diocese of Constance, in a Brief of 21 October, 1814. On 2 November of the same year the Pope ordered Bishop Dalberg to depose Wessenberg without delay from the office of vicar-general. Dalberg kept the Pope's order secret, though in the beginning of 1815 he temporarily replaced Wessenberg as Vicar general by Canon von Roll for private reasons. In the summer of 1815 he requested the government of Baden (Grand Duchy of Baden) to confirm the appointment of Wessenberg as his coadjutor bishop with the right of succession. The government acceded to Dalberg's wish, but Rome refused to recognize the coadjutorship. After working at the Duke of Baden Brewery of the Black Forest region in Baden (Grand Duchy of Baden), Germany (German Empire), Francis Xavier Matt I immigrated to the United States in 1880. Matt worked at the Charles Bierbauer Brewery as lead salesman and brewmaster in Utica for a few years before reorganizing it into The West End Brewing Company in 1888. right thumb 150px alt Napoleon hoped to wipe out Hiller's command. Napoleon hoped to wipe out Hiller's command. (Image:Napoleon-imperial-guard.png) On 1 May, Legrand and 1,400 troops caught up with Schustekh's 850-man rear guard between Riedau and Kallham. The Dragoon Regiment of the Grand Duchy of Baden charged the 3rd battalion of the ''Jordis'' Infantry Regiment # 59, which was drawn up in square. Waiting until the foot soldiers fired a volley, the dragoons then charged and broke into the square. After their commander, Oberstleutnant Beck was cut down, 706 officers and men of the ''Jordis'' battalion laid down their weapons. Two squadrons of the ''Kienmayer'' Hussar Regiment # 8 suffered 10 killed, 50 wounded, and 23 captured. The Badeners reported losing only three killed and 10 wounded, though a large number of their horses were killed. Smith, 296 There was a clash between General of Division Claude Carra Saint-Cyr's vanguard and General-Major (Brigadier General) Frederick Bianchi, Duke of Casalanza on 2 May at Räffelding, three kilometers southeast of Eferding. The Baden Dragoons lost 14 casualties, while Austrian losses were unreported. Smith, 297


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and ranked Carleton number one for undergraduate teaching at a national liberal arts college. In 2011 ''Forbes'' magazine named Carleton the 15th best college or university in the United


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