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Metropolitan Borough of Rotherham

) motorway A1(M) (passing through Bramley, Rotherham). Wickersley was once held by Richard FitzTurgis (who adopted the name 'de Wickersley), founder of Roche Abbey, and subsequently by his heirs by marriage, the de Livet (Levett) family. public+record+office%22+livet&source web&ots nGgvmWqRLb&sig iZZ_m-0_GamKncmoGK-kaqi58dU&hl en William de Livet

, Wickersley, A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds in the Public Record Office, Great Britain Public Record Office, 1902 Roger de Wickersley, grant of Wickersley church, The History, Antiquities, and Description of the Town and Parish of Worksop, John Holland, Sheffield, 1826 ref>


SS-Reichssicherheitshauptamt

of Operation Reinhard. Kulmhof (Chełmno (Chelmno extermination camp)) extermination camp was built first. It was a pilot project for the development of the next four camps; the remaining three being Belzec (Belzec extermination camp), Sobibor (Sobibor extermination camp), and Majdanek. Höfle Telegram Public Record Office, Kew, England, HW 16 23, decode GPDD 355a distributed on January 15, 1943, radio telegrams nos 12 and 13 15, transmitted on 11 January 1943. ref>


Vyborg

at the age of ten; in 1891 he was sent to Berlin, where he studied under Max Bruch, one of the leading composers of the period. Bruch said of Mielck that he had "an easy, felicitous, and remarkable flair for invention." Bruch quoted by BBC Radio 3 presenter during ''Through the Night'' program of January 31, 2010 Mielck returned to Finland in 1896. Three years later he died of tuberculosis in Switzerland, just short of his 22nd birthday. No public

record was ever made of the internal debates of the Bolshevik Party around the July Days. There were some within the Bolshevik Party who advocated an intensification of activity on 4 July. Most prominent among those were Nikolai Podvoisky and Vladimir Nevsky, leaders of the Bolshevik Military Organization, V. Volodarsky, a member of the Petersburg Committee and Martin Latis of the Vyborg District Bolshevik Organization, who was highly critical of the Central Committee's


Kingdom of Powys

(Great Britain. Public Record Office. Kraus Reprints: 1965, ASIN: B0007JD67I Internal conflict In 1088 Cadwgan ap Bleddyn of Powys (Kingdom of Powys) attacked Deheubarth and forced Rhys to flee to Ireland. However Rhys returned later the same year with a fleet from Ireland and defeated the men of Powys in a battle in which two of Cadwgan's brothers, Madog and Rhiryd, were killed. Little else can be said of Aurelius Conanus with any certainty; it is not even known


Serbia and Montenegro

Killings Were Genocide" , ''The New York Times''. Retrieved on 31 July 2008. Citing national security, Serbia obtained permission from the ICTY to keep parts of its military archives out of the public eye during its trial of Slobodan Milosevic, which may have decisively affected the ICJ's judgement in the lawsuit brought against Serbia by Bosnia-Herzegovina, as the archives were hence not on the ICTY's public record – although the ICJ could have, but did not, subpoena the documents themselves. Simons, Marlise (9 April 2007). "Genocide Court Ruled for Serbia Without Seeing Full War Archive", ''The New York Times''. Retrieved on 31 July 2008. Chief prosecutor’s office, OTP, rejects allegations that there was a deal with Belgrade to conceal documents from the ICJ Bosnia genocide case. Clifford, Lisa (20 April 2007). "Del Ponte Denies Belgrade Deal Claims", ''Institute for War & Peace Reporting''. Retrieved on 31 July 2008. He lost presidential elections in Montenegro in October 1997 to former ally, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović, who removed him from the Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro (DPS CG). A large faction left the DPS CG with Bulatović to form the Socialist People's Party of Montenegro (SNP CG). At first they both were strong supporters of Slobodan Milošević but while Đukanović began to criticise Milošević, Bulatović continued supporting him, and was appointed to be federal Prime Minister by Milošević on May 18, 1998, to replace Radoje Kontić. He resigned on October 9, 2000, shortly after Milošević was ousted. Bulatović wrote a memoir called ''The Rules of Keeping Silent'' in which he criticises his former allies, including the final president of Serbia and Montenegro, Svetozar Marović. - 891 Serbia and Montenegro (original name: Yugoslavia, Federal Republic of (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)) Notable members over the years included Goran Svilanović, former Foreign Minister of Serbia and Montenegro, Nataša Mićić, former parliamentary (National Assembly of Serbia) president and acting president of Serbia, Gašo Knezević, former Serbian Minister of Education, and Vesna Pešić, the party founder and longtime leader. 20px (Image:Flag of Hungary.svg) Hungary Tibor Benedek Péter Biros Rajmund Fodor István Gergely Tamás Kásás Gergely Kiss Norbert Madaras Tamás Molnár Ádám Steinmetz Barnabás Steinmetz Zoltán Szécsi Tamás Varga (Tamás Varga (water polo)) Attila Vári '''Head Coach:''' Dénes Kemény 20px (Image:Flag of Serbia and Montenegro.svg) Serbia and Montenegro Aleksandar Ćirić Vladimir Gojković Danilo Ikodinović Viktor Jelenić Predrag Jokić Nikola Kuljača Slobodan Nikić Aleksandar Šapić Dejan Savić Denis Šefik Petar Trbojević Vanja Udovičić Vladimir Vujasinović '''Head Coach:''' Nenad Manojlović 20px (Image:Flag of Russia.svg) Russia Roman Balashov Revaz Chomakhidze Alexander Yerishev Aleksandr Fyodorov (Aleksandr Sergeyevich Fyodorov (water polo)) Serguei Garbouzov Dmitry Gorshkov Nikolay Kozlov Nikolai Maximov Andrei Reketchinski Dmitri Stratan Vitaly Yurchik Marat Zakirov Irek Zinnurov The entrances of Afghanistan and Iraq were emotional highpoints of the parade. WikiPedia:Serbia and Montenegro Dmoz:Regional Europe Serbia and Montenegro


Surabaya

in World War II Chapter IV: 1942 date work Hyperwar meant that only small amounts of phosphate were exported to Japan during the occupation. In November 1943, over 60% of the Island's population was evacuated to Surabayan prison camps, leaving a total population of just under 500 Chinese and Malays and 15 Japanese to survive as best they could. In October 1945 reoccupied Christmas Island. Public Record Office, England War Office and Colonial Office


San Marino

of public offices at Ferrara was a matter of public record, as Jakob Burckhardt noted: "At the new year 1502 the majority of the officials bought their places at ''prezzi salati'' (pungent prices) public servants of the most various kinds, custom-house officers, ''massari'' bailiffs, notaries, podesta, judges, and even governors of provincial towns are quoted by name." Sometimes a special official was appointed to hear complaints against them. In the thirteenth century in Florence


Schutzstaffel

to the large amount of information on the ''Star Trek'' franchise. A project of over two years was Awards and decorations of the United States military, which I also contributed to nearly every subarticle on the service medals of each department. left thumb 250px The Hofle Telegram. (Image:Hoefletelegram.jpg) The '''Höfle Telegram''' Public Record Office, Kew, England, HW 16 23, decode GPDD 355a distributed on January 15, 1943, radio telegrams nos 12 and 13 15, transmitted

on January 11, 1943. (or '''Hoefle Telegram''') is a document discovered in 2000 among recently declassified (Classified information) World War II materials from the Public Record Office in Kew, England. The document consists of two messages, one to ''SS (Schutzstaffel) Obersturmbannführer'' Adolf Eichmann in Berlin, and one to ''SS Obersturmbannführer'' Franz Heim, in Cracow, sent by ''SS Sturmbannführer'' Hermann Höfle on January 11, 1943. It gave arrivals in the prior fortnight, and cumulative arrivals, for the camps of Einsatz Reinhardt (Aktion Reinhard) (later more commonly called Aktion Reinhard) to December 31, 1942. State secret! To the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA), for the attention of SS (Schutzstaffel) Obersturmbannführer EICHMANN, BERLIN (Berlin) gap, rest missed Zimmermann was born in Bad Freienwalde, studied economics and philosophy at Berlin (Humboldt University of Berlin), and worked for the newspapers ''Vossische Zeitung'' and ''Berliner Morgenpost'' before joing the magazine ''Die Tat'' in 1931. A supporter of Nazism he joined the Schutzstaffel in 1934 and the Nazi Party itself in 1936. Ernst Klee: ''Das Kulturlexikon zum Dritten Reich. Wer war was vor und nach 1945''. S. Fischer, Frankfurt am Main 2007, p. 685 During the War (Second World War), he worked at the German Charles-Ferdinand University in Prague. After the War, he found work at the ''Sonntagsblatt'' and ''Die Welt'' newspapers. *In August 1941. the staff doctor assigned to the Sixth Army, Gerhart Panning, learned about captured Russian dumdum bullets (Expanding bullet) by using Jewish POWs. To determine the effects of this type of ammunition on German soldiers, he decided to test them on other human beings after asking SS (Schutzstaffel)-''Standartenführer'' (Colonel) and a member of the SD (Sicherheitsdienst) Paul Blobel for some "guinea pigs", (Jewish POWs). It equates to Major in the British (British Army) and US Armies (United States Army), and is rated OF-3 (Ranks and insignia of NATO armies officers) in NATO. During World War II, the SS (Schutzstaffel) equivalent was ''Sturmbannführer''. Music video The video starts out with The Guy (Disturbed (band)), Disturbed's mascot, falling to earth. It then shows military forces bearing the symbol of dollar sign thumb The best political weapon is the weapon of terror. Cruelty commands respect. Men may hate us. But, we don't ask for their love; only for their fear. (File:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-R99621, Heinrich Himmler.jpg) '''Heinrich Luitpold Himmler (w:Heinrich Himmler)''' (7 October 1900 – 23 May 1945) was the commander of the German ''Schutzstaffel (w:Schutzstaffel)'' (SS (w:SS)) and one of the most powerful men in Nazi Germany. As Reichsführer-SS (w:Reichsführer-SS) he controlled the SS and the Gestapo (w:Gestapo). He was the founder and officer-in-charge of the Nazi concentration camps (w:Nazi concentration camps) and the ''Einsatzgruppen (w:Einsatzgruppen)'' death squads. '''Otto Adolf Eichmann (w:Adolf Eichmann)''' (19 March 1906 – 1 June 1962) was a high-ranking Nazi (w:Nazi) and ''SS (w:Schutzstaffel)-Obersturmbannführer (w:Obersturmbannführer)'' (Lieutenant Colonel). Due to his organizational talents and ideological reliability, he was tasked by ''Obergruppenführer (w:Obergruppenführer)'' Reinhard Heydrich (w:Reinhard Heydrich) to facilitate and manage the logistics of mass deportation to ghettos and extermination camps in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe and worked under Ernst Kaltenbrunner until the end of the war. He was captured by Israeli Mossad (w:Mossad) agents in Argentina and indicted by Israeli court on fifteen criminal charges, including charges of crimes against humanity (w:crimes against humanity) and war crimes (w:war crimes). He was convicted and hanged. '''Otto Skorzeny (w:Otto Skorzeny)''' (June 12, 1908 – July 7, 1975) was an Austrian SS (w:Schutzstaffel)-''Standartenführer (w:Standartenführer)'' (colonel) in the German (w:Germany) Waffen-SS (w:Waffen-SS) during World War II. After fighting on the Eastern Front (w:Eastern Front (WWII)), he was chosen as the field commander to carry out the rescue mission (w:Gran Sasso raid) that freed the deposed Italian dictator Benito Mussolini from captivity. Skorzeny was also the leader of Operation Greif (w:Operation Greif), in which German soldiers were to infiltrate through enemy lines, using their opponents' language, uniforms, and customs. At the end of the war, Skorzeny was involved with the Werwolf guerrilla movement (w:Werwolf) and the ODESSA (w:ODESSA) network where he would serve as Spanish coordinator. thumb right Christian Wirth (File:Wirth, Christian.jpg) '''Christian Wirth (w:Christian Wirth)''' (24 November 1885 — 26 May 1944) was a German (w:Germany) policeman and SS (w:Schutzstaffel) officer who was one of the leading architects of the program to exterminate the Jewish people of Poland (w:History of the Jews in Poland), known as Operation Reinhard (w:Operation Reinhard). His nicknames included '''Christian the Terrible''' and '''The Wild Christian'''. 27-year-old Robin Parkircher arrived in Israel (w:Israel) today to apologize to Holocaust (w:Holocaust) survivors for his grandfather's behavior. Parkircher's grandfather was an SS (w:Schutzstaffel) guard in a Nazi (w:Nazi) concentration camp (w:concentration camp) near Bremen (w:Bremen (city)), Germany (w:Germany), where over eight hundred women were incarcerated. In an interview, Parkircher told Israeli Yediot Aharonot (w:Yedioth Ahronoth) newspaper that years after his grandfather passed away, Parkircher found a picture of him wearing an SS uniform (w:uniform). After inquiring with his grandmother, he discovered about his grandfather's service as a camp guard.


Gabon

; ref Bongo did meet with Bush in the Oval Office on May 26, 2004. There has been no evidence in the public record that Abramoff had any role in organizing the meeting, or that he received any money or had a signed contract with Gabon. '''Lambaréné''' is the capital of the political district Moyen-Ogooué in Gabon. The city counts 24,000 inhabitants and is located 75 kilometres south of the equator. '''Koulamoutou


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