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Württemberg

-Eighters '' who emigrated to the United States at that time. In the United States, he continued his political activity into the 1850s, maintaining an extensive correspondence with Marx and Engels (Friedrich Engels) and writing and publishing political articles for the German-American community. Benjamin Forgey. 'Red Architect' Adolf Cluss: A Study in Sturdy. http: www.washingtonpost.com wp-dyn content article 2005 09 16 AR2005091601904.html Schneckenburger was born in Talheim (Talheim, Tuttlingen) near Tuttlingen, Württemberg. The younger brother of Matthias Schneckenburger, he was a co-owner of an iron blast furnace company, and his business sent him across the Rhine River to Switzerland. Due to this connection, a first version of his poem was set to music and performed there in 1840 by local musicians. This Bern version is now largely forgotten. Schneckenburger died in Burgdorf (Burgdorf, Switzerland) near Bern. '''Olaf Saile''' (August 27, 1901 - June 29, 1952) was a German (Germany) writer born in Weitingen (Eutingen im Gäu), Württemberg. Saile's principal claim to fame is the historical novel ''Kepler, Roman einer Zeitwende'' first published in German (German language) in Stuttgart in 1938 and many times reprinted. It is an imagined biography of the life and times of the astronomer and mathematician Johannes Kepler. The novel was translated into English (English language) by James A Galston and published in New York in 1940 by Oskar Piest, under the title ''Troubadour of the Stars''. The novel has occasionally been interpreted as a coded protest against the Nazi régime which Saile had experienced at first hand. Following the banning of the Social Democratic Party (Social Democratic Party (Germany)) by the Nazis, in June 1933 as editor of the newspaper ''Rathenower Zeitung'', during the subsequent wave of arrests Olaf Saile was briefly detained in the Oranienburg Concentration Camp, during which time he was maltreated. His release was apparently secured after a friend and fellow-journalist Käthe Lambert used her journalistic credentials to enter the camp and then to write a report detailing conditions there. They subsequently married. Saile died at the age of 50 and was buried in the Church of St. Bernhardt in Esslingen am Neckar. Käthe Saile is buried alongside her husband. Falkenhayn (Erich von Falkenhayn)'s forces made several probing attacks into the mountain passes held by the Romanian Army to see if there were weaknesses in the Romanian defences. After several weeks, he concentrated his best troops (the elite ''Alpen Korps'') in the south for an attack on the Vulcan Pass. The attack (Battle of Vulcan Pass) was launched on November 10. One of the young officers was the future Field Marshal Erwin Rommel. On November 11, then-Lieutenant Rommel led the Württemberg Mountain Company in the capture of Mount Lescului. The offensive pushed the Romanian defenders back through the mountains and into the plains by November 26. There was already snow covering the mountains and soon operations would have to halt for the winter. Advances by other parts of Falkenhayn's Ninth Army (9th Army (German Empire)) also pushed through the mountains; the Romanian Army was being ground down by the constant battle and their supply situation was becoming critical. * Michałów (Michałów, Pińczów County) (1953) of Poland, which breeds Arabians. *Marbach stud, (1477) also known as Weil-Marbach, Württemberg (present day Germany). Produces Arabians, Black Forest Horses, Haflingers (Haflinger (horse)), and warmbloods. *Yeguada Militar, Spain


Brittany

legend tend to take their inspiration from the older poetic material, and Mark becomes a sympathetic character once again. In these legends, Mark is usually seen as ruling Cornwall from Tintagel Castle. Born in the small town of Saint-Jean-du-Doigt, in the Finistère ''département (département in France)'' of Brittany, France, Tanguy-Prigent becomes politically active at age 16. At age eighteen he publishes his first political articles. In 1934 he is elected "


Buenos Aires

to Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1892 after spending some time in Rosario, a city in Santa Fe (Santa Fe Province), Argentina. He would remain there for two years. After his return to Montevideo in 1894, he began working as a journalist for the newspapers ''El Nacional'' ("The National"), ''La Razón'' ("The Reason"), and ''El Siglo'' ("The Sign" or "The Century"). He published interviews and wrote political articles which he adorned by incorporating


Turkey

of which had taken place between 1915–1922, in "The White Book". During that period, Isahakyan expressed his ideas mainly through his social and political articles, in which he discussed the topics of the Armenian cause, reunification of Armenia and the restoration of the Armenian government. The images of the massacres are persistent in his poems, such as "Snow has Covered Everything…", "To Armenia…", and "Here Comes Spring Again". Another interpretation

believe was asked by some other users to be voted on for deletion, this user who seems to be a Kurdish political activist, now along with articles about Persia, he or she is actively involved in the political articles about the country of Turkey. It seems this is being done as some sort of weird vendetta, and this may demonstrate that such activism is not appropriate in Wikipedia. The diffs are, http: en.wikipedia.org w index.php?title Politics_of_Turkey&diff 42589346&oldid 4237675318:08, 7 March 2006 (UTC) Background The Saudi Telecommunication Group provides integrated mobile, fixed and broadband communications services to over 142 million subscribers in 10 markets including Saudi Arabia. Headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Telecom Company (STC) is the largest telecommunications company by market capitalization, total revenue and number of employees in the Arab State region. In the last few years, STC has gone beyond its local borders to the international markets, forming a network of businesses and investments in a number of Gulf Cooperation Council GCC countries, Asia and Africa. The company is now present in Kuwait, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Turkey, South Africa and Bahrain which has enabled STC to serve a larger number of customers internationally. The current CEO of STC International is Ghassan Hasbani. Greece proper The geographical definition of Greece has fluctuated over time. While today Macedonia (Macedonia (Greece)) is sometimes considered part of the Greek world, in the Classical Period it was a separate kingdom using a Doric Greek dialect (before adopting Attic Greek). Similarly, almost all modern residents of historical Ionia, now part of Turkey, speak the Turkish language, although from the 1st millennium BC Ionia was densely populated by Greek-speaking people and an important part of Greek culture. Modern era Since the first Gulf War, the 71st successfully supported the UN-sanctioned Operation Southern Watch and Operation Northern Watch in Iraq with many deployments to Saudi Arabia and Turkey. 71 FS pilots defeated dozens of Iraqi surface-to-air missiles (SAM) attacks, and hundreds of anti-aircraft artillery (AAA) attacks while enforcing UN (United Nations) sanctions, without loss or damage to a single aircraft. The 94th Fighter Squadron did not deploy to Southwest Asia for the first Persian Gulf War, although many of its pilots and maintenance personnel did as augmenters to both the 71st and 27th Fighter Squadrons from the 1st Fighter Wing. The 94th successfully supported the UN-sanctioned Operation Southern Watch and Operation Northern Watch in Iraq with many deployments to Saudi Arabia and Turkey in the period leading up to the Iraq War. The 94th Fighter Squadron pilots repeatedly defeated Iraqi surface-to-air missiles (SAMs) and anti-aircraft artillery (AAA) attacks while enforcing UN sanctions, without loss or damage to a single aircraft. Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


Vienna

(today Bratislava, Hungarian: Pozsony), where he remained three years. Later he studied at Vienna, Kecskemét, and Budapest. Leó Veigelsberg was born at Frauenkirchen, Burgenland and was educated at Kiskőrös, Budapest, and Vienna. For a short time he taught in the Jewish public school in Kecskemét, where he wrote noteworthy political articles for several newspapers, especially the "Politik" of Prague; in 1867 he became a member of the editorial


Greece

part of her life abroad, mainly in the United States and Paris. She studied pharmacy, French literature, and she holds a PhD in American History and Cinema (E.H.E.S.S., Paris). Since 1985, she has published numerous novels, short stories, essays on cinema as well as political articles. Two of her books have been translated in four languages (German, French, Catalan and Hebrew). Except being a writer, Soti Triantafyllou translates from four languages and also works as a freelance journalist. Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


Argentina

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Berlin

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Germany

correspondence with Marx and Engels (Friedrich Engels) and writing and publishing political articles for the German-American community. Benjamin Forgey. 'Red Architect' Adolf Cluss: A Study in Sturdy. http: www.washingtonpost.com wp-dyn content article 2005 09 16 AR2005091601904.html The first paper bank notes were gold certificates. They were first issued in the 17th century when they were used by goldsmiths in England and the Netherlands for customers who kept deposits of gold bullion in their vault for safe-keeping. Two centuries later, the gold certificates began being issued in the United States when the US Treasury issued such certificates that could be exchanged for gold. The United States Government first authorized the use of the gold certificates in 1863. In the early 1930s the US Government restricted the private gold ownership in the United States and therefore, the gold certificates stopped circulating as money (this restriction was reversed on January 1, 1975). Nowadays, gold certificates are still issued by gold pool programs in Australia and the United States, as well as by banks in Germany and Switzerland. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


France

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