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Sabha, Libya

organisation, when Muammar Gaddafi was ruler of Libya, because of its non-political stance and because Gaddafi was briefly a Scout while growing up in the southern town of Sabha (Sabha, Libya). But in the Libyan civil war Scouts acted as front-line support troops for the anti-Gaddafi forces.


Brazzaville

Patrice Lumumba. In 1959, an internal split was precipitated by Albert Kalonji and other MNC leaders who favoured a more moderate political stance (the splinter group was deemed Mouvement National Congolais-Kalonji. Despite the organisational divergence of the party, Lumumba's leftist faction (now the Mouvement National Congolais-Lumumba) and the MNC collectively had established themselves as by far the most important and influential party in the Belgian Congo. Belgium vehemently


East Pakistan

;Siddiq_p48-51" Activities during the war During the Bangladesh Liberation War, Ghulam Azam took a political stance in support of unified Pakistan, and repeatedly denounced Awami League and Mukti Bahini secessionists , whose declared aim after 26 March 1971 became the establishment of an independent state of Bangladesh in place of East Pakistan. Excerpts from Azam's speeches after 25 March 1971 used to be published in the spokespaper


Central African Republic

; ref In 1946 Barthélémy Boganda was elected with 9,000 votes to the French National Assembly, becoming the first representative for CAR in the French government. Boganda maintained a political stance against racism and the colonial regime but gradually became disheartened with the French political system and returned to CAR to establish the Movement for the Social Evolution of Black Africa (MESAN) in 1950. Since Independence (1960)- In the Ubangi-Shari parliamentary


Austrian Empire

of the French French Emperor Napoleon III, and was remarked by the visitor for his "clear" and intellectually honest political stance. Carp's future colleague, Moldavian Iacob Negruzzi, also briefly met him as a student, and first noticed in him the potential statesman. Vianu, p.7 '''Ján Kollár''' (29 July 1793 in Mošovce (Mosóc), Kingdom of Hungary, Habsburg Monarchy, now Slovakia – 24 January 1852


Kingdom of Prussia

Napoleon III, and was remarked by the visitor for his "clear" and intellectually honest political stance. Carp's future colleague, Moldavian Iacob Negruzzi, also briefly met him as a student, and first noticed in him the potential statesman. Vianu, p.7 thumb U.S. Army Europe soldiers on winter maneuvers in Germany (Operation WARSTEED 87), 1987. (File:Warsteed 1987.png) The modern use of military exercises grew out


Sofia

political stance placed him amongst those struggling against the Francisco Franco dictatorship, where he worked to establish the Spanish section of the Committee for a Workers International (CWI). Woods speaks several languages, including Italian, English, Spanish, French, German and Russian. His daughter is socialist and trade union campaigner Lizzie Woods. Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878) The Russo-Turkish War of 1877–1878 had its origins in a rise in nationalism


Ghana

, an internal split was precipitated by Albert Kalonji and other MNC leaders who favoured a more moderate political stance (the splinter group was deemed Mouvement National Congolais-Kalonji. Despite the organisational divergence of the party, Lumumba's leftist faction (now the Mouvement National Congolais-Lumumba) and the MNC collectively had established themselves as by far the most important and influential party in the Belgian Congo. Belgium vehemently opposed Lumumba's leftist


Moscow

chairman of the Union Council of the Transcaucasian SFSR. He was also Party Chairman of the Central Executive Committee of the Soviet Union from December 30, 1922, until the day of his death. Narimanov translated into Turkic Nikolai Gogol's ''The Government Inspector'' and wrote a large number of plays, stories, and novels, such as ''Bahadur and Sona'' (1896). He was also the author of the historical trilogy ''Nadir-Shah'' (1899). Political stance Narimanov was an ardent Bolshevik (Bolshevism) but he was also a moderate Azeri nationalist and always put the interests of the Azerbaijan SSR before everything else, even at his own risk (he died in Moscow under suspicious circumstances Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Moscow Commons:Category:Moscow Wikipedia:Moscow

''The Alchemist (The Alchemist (play))'', the title role in Ingmar Bergman's rendition of Strindberg's ''Miss Julie'' and her neurotic Charlotte in the contemporary drama ''Nattvarden'' (''The Last Supper'') by Lars Norén. left thumb 100px A USSR stamp (Image:USSR stamp G.Gheorghiu-Dej 1965 4k.jpg) Gheorghiu-Dej died of lung cancer in Bucharest on March 19, 1965. Some claim that he was intentionally irradiated (Irradiation) during a visit to Moscow, due to his political

stance. Gheorghe Apostol argued that he had been appointed successor by Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej himself, and was in any case perceived as such in 1965. Ion Gheorghe Maurer, who had developed a hostility towards Apostol, made sure that he was prevented from gaining power, rallying the Party leadership


Bulgaria

; He, his wife, and two small daughters moved to Spain in the early 1970s where his well-known political stance placed him amongst those struggling against the Francisco Franco dictatorship, where he worked to establish the Spanish section of the Committee for a Workers International (CWI). Woods speaks several languages, including Italian, English, Spanish, French, German and Russian. His daughter is socialist and trade union campaigner Lizzie Woods. File:Aligote wine.jpg thumb


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