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Federal Emergency Relief Administration

of the Rockefeller Foundation, leading to a two-year traveling fellowship to the United States. From 1933-1935, Lazarsfeld worked with the Federal Emergency Relief Administration and toured the United States, making contacts and visiting the few universities that had programs related to empirical social science research. It was during this time that Lazarsfeld met Luther Fry at the University of Rochester (which resulted in the inspiration for the research done in ''Personal Influence'', written


Bryansk

a coalition in opposition to Mindaugas, but their plans were unsuccessful. Treniota emerged as the leader of the Samogitian resistance; he led an army to Cēsis (now in Latvia), reaching the Estonian coast, and battled Masovia (now in Poland). His goal was to encourage all the conquered Baltic tribes to rise up against the Christian orders and unite under Lithuanian leadership. His personal influence grew while Mindaugas was concentrating


Alsace-Lorraine

, in principle, to the first three points and wrote a letter dated 25 March 1917, to Sixtus giving "the secret and unofficial message that I will use all means and all my personal influence" to the President of France. Wikipedia:Alsace-Lorraine


Sturmabteilung

Cross 1937-1945 and then replaced him in 1945 with Karl Gebhardt, both of whom were found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity after the war. In part this was due to the increasing pre-eminence of the other branches of the German armed forces, in particular of the ''Luftwaffe''. The commander in chief of the ''Luftwaffe'', Hitler's friend and political colleague Hermann Göring, always had personal influence with Hitler which no Army leader had. Perhaps more


Sochi

) writes a memorandum to Voroshilov (Kliment Voroshilov), Molotov (Vyacheslav Molotov) and Kaganovich (Lazar Kaganovich). He explained his opinion of the contest entries, selected Iofan's draft and proposed specific changes to it. This memorandum, first published design 2001, is the basis for most conjectures concerning Stalin's personal influence. *February 1933: The fourth contest is ended with no winner announced. Russia Russian regions' borders follow the continental divide


Kingston, Ontario

of the lower chamber were equally divided amongst the two former provinces, though Lower Canada had a higher population. The governor still held significant personal influence over Canadian affairs until 1848, when responsible government was implemented in Canada. The actual site of the parliament shifted on a regular basis: From 1841 to 1844, it sat in Kingston (Kingston, Ontario), where the present Kingston General Hospital now stands; between 1844 and the Burning of the Parliament


Quebec City

the British government united the two Canadas into the Province of Canada, with a single legislature composed of, again, an assembly, council, and governor general; the 84 members of the lower chamber were equally divided amongst the two former provinces, though Lower Canada had a higher population. The governor still held significant personal influence over Canadian affairs until 1848, when responsible government was implemented in Canada. The actual site of the parliament shifted on a regular


Madrid

of France Henrietta Maria , wife of King Charles I of England. The personal influence of Henry IV had deterred Bassompierre from a marriage with Charlotte de Montmorency, daughter of the constable Montmorency (Henri Ier de Montmorency), afterwards princesse de Condé, and between 1614 and 1630 he was secretly married to Louise Marguerite, widow of François, prince de Conti, and through her became implicated in the plot to overthrow Richelieu on the "Day of the Dupes"


Russia

;the secret and unofficial message that I will use all means and all my personal influence" to the President of France. Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia


Jerusalem

in Jerusalem under the merciless exploitation of the Turkish (Ottoman Empire) pashas. This peaceable arrangement between the Ashkenazim and the Sephardim was due solely to the personal influence of Ashkenazi; for immediately upon his death the Ashkenazim refused to keep their pledge. Hebrew Bible Offerings were practiced from earliest times, particularly for over one thousand years in the tabernacle and during the eras of the Temple of Solomon and the Second Temple


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