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Addis Ababa

the front existed many ethnic and religious rivalries. Despite his critical opinions of the ELF leadership, Isaias stayed committed to the group. In early 1967, Isaias and Romadan were selected to study military training course in China. They spent that year and most of next year in China studying political ideologies and guerilla warfare. Dan Connell '''Against All Odds''' Upon his return, he was appointed a political commissioner. By 1979, another civil war had began


Czechoslovakia

in Czechoslovakia After arriving in Czechoslovakia in early 1920, Gajda was given a pension and the rank of General, but was not assigned a command. In November 1920 he was sent to study military theory at the ''École supérieure de guerre'' in France. He also studied agriculture at the ''Institute technique de practique agricole''. 1928-1939 Straż Graniczna was founded in 1928. During the times of the Second Polish Republic, it was responsible for northern, western and southern border of Poland (with Germany, Free City of Gdańsk, sea border, Czechoslovakia and Romania). Eastern border, often raided by military bands supported by Soviet Union was under the jurisdiction of a separate, military formation (Border Defence Corps, ''Korpus Ochrony Pogranicza'' - KOP). Plot summary A secret meeting is held in order to determine the method by which the Nazi government (Nazi Germany) is to implement Adolf Hitler's policy — that the German (Germany) sphere of influence should be free of Jews, including those in the occupied terrorities of Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Czechoslovakia and France. As the film opens, various officials from different German agencies arrive and mingle at a lakeside villa in Wannsee, where SS-Obersturmbannführer (Lieutenant Colonel) Adolf Eichmann, SS Officer for Jewish Affairs, has meticulously planned the meeting. Among those present: * '''Wilhelm Stuckart''', a lawyer representing the Interior Ministry and co-author of the anti-semitic Nuremberg laws Václav Havel Last President of Czechoslovakia and first President of the Czech Republic - Piłsudski next contemplated a federation or alliance with the Baltic (Baltic states) and Balkan states. This plan envisioned a Central European union including Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Scandinavia, the Baltic states, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and Greece — thus stretching not only west-east from the Baltic (Baltic Sea) to the Black Sea, but north-south from the Arctic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea. This project also failed: Poland was distrusted by Czechoslovakia and Lithuania; and while it had relatively good relations with the other countries, they had tensions with their neighbors, making it virtually impossible to create in Central Europe a large block of countries that all had good relations with each other. In the end, in place of a large federation, only a Polish-Romanian alliance was established, beginning in 1921. Hugh Ragsdale, ''The Soviets, the Munich Crisis, and the Coming of World War II'', Cambridge University Press, Cambridge ISBN 0-521-83030-3 As Germany annexed Austria and moved against Czechoslovakia, Italy saw itself becoming a second-rate member of the Axis. The imminent birth of an Albanian royal child meanwhile threatened to give King Zog a lasting dynasty. After Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia (March 15, 1939) without notifying Mussolini in advance, the Italian dictator decided to proceed with his own annexation of Albania. Italy's King Victor Emmanuel III criticized the plan to take Albania as an unnecessary risk. On April 7, 1939 Italy invaded Albania (Italian invasion of Albania), in a short campaign the country was occupied and joined Italy in personal union. In 1944, upon completing his final year at Bard, Hecht was drafted into the 97th Infantry Division (97th Infantry Division (United States)) and was sent to the battlefields in Europe (European Theatre of World War II). He saw a great deal of combat in Germany, France, and Czechoslovakia. However, his most significant experience occurred on April 23, 1945. On this day Hecht's division helped liberate Flossenbürg concentration camp. Hecht was ordered to interview French prisoners in the hope of gathering evidence on the camp's commanders. Years later, Hecht said of this experience, The place, the suffering, the prisoners' accounts were beyond comprehension. For years after I would wake shrieking. '''Nicholas Goldschmidt''',


Moscow

to study military strategies and tactics. At first, Liu pursued his studies at a military academy in Moscow, but was soon transferred to the more prestigious Frunze Military Academy for regular training in military strategies and tactics. A man known for perseverance, Liu quickly mastered the Russian language and went on to become the first Chinese translator of Russian military theoretic works. Later on, Liu was invited to give a lecture on the subject at the 6th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party which was held in Moscow. From 1855 Lord Granville led the Liberals in the Upper House, both in office, and, after Palmerston's resignation in 1858, in opposition. He went in 1856 as head of the British mission to the tsar's (Alexander II of Russia) coronation in Moscow. In June 1859 the Queen (Victoria of the United Kingdom), embarrassed by the rival ambitions of Palmerston and Russell, sent for him to form a ministry, but he was unable to do so, and Palmerston again became prime minister, with Russell as foreign secretary - and Granville once again as president of the council. Amalrik was born in Moscow, during the time of Joseph Stalin's purges. Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Moscow Commons:Category:Moscow Wikipedia:Moscow


Soviet Union

to Europe, studying at Göttingen University (Georg August University of Göttingen) in Germany until 1925. Here he met Zhou Enlai and was expelled from Germany for his role in a number of student protests. Around this time he joined the Communist Party. Zhou Enlai was one of his sponsors. In July 1925 he traveled to the Soviet Union to study military affairs, returning to China in July 1926 to persuade Sichuan warlord Yang Sen to support the Northern Expedition (1926–1927

whether to play sports with representatives of apartheid. He also argued that allowing their rugby team to tour did not mean supporting apartheid any more than playing a Soviet Union team meant supporting Communism. Despite the turmoil over "The Tour" created within New Zealand, Muldoon's New Zealand National Party won the subsequent election held later that year. In the winter of 1927, Liu was sent to the Soviet Union by the CPC to study military strategies and tactics. At first, Liu pursued his studies at a military academy in Moscow, but was soon transferred to the more prestigious Frunze Military Academy for regular training in military strategies and tactics. A man known for perseverance, Liu quickly mastered the Russian language and went on to become the first Chinese translator of Russian military theoretic works. Later on, Liu was invited to give a lecture on the subject at the 6th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party which was held in Moscow. Despite the demotion, Liu was dedicated to his new job, attempting to bring what he learned during his years in the Soviet Union to the Academy. He organised the translations of numerous military textbooks from the Soviet Union and other countries, introducing major campaigns from ancient times to World War II to students, and sowing the seeds of the PLA's evolution into a modern army. Although Liu was appointed Vice-Chairman of the Central Military Committee of the CPC and PRC in 1954 as a reward for his contributions, these titles did not promise real power as Peng's did. (Peng was appointed Defense Minister for his battle achievements in the Korean War.) In 1955, Liu attained the rank of field marshal, ranking as the 4th amongst 10 field marshals of the PLA, next to Zhu De, Peng and Lin Biao. Feng renamed his army the ''Guominjun'' or the National People's Army. To counter pressure from the Zhili and Fengtian factions, he invited Duan Qirui to take on the presidency, but was still defeated by a Zhili-Fengtian alliance in the Anti-Fengtian War in January 1926. He lost control of Beijing, and retreated to Zhangjiakou where his army became known as the Northwest Army. In August, he went to the Soviet Union and returned in September, whereupon he joined the Nationalist Party (Kuomintang). Feng threw his support behind the Nationalists in the Northern Expedition and merged his ''Guominjun'' with the National Revolutionary Army. '''''Teheran 43''''' is a 1981 USSR (Soviet Union)-France-Switzerland film made by Mosfilm, ''Mediterraneo Cine'' and ''Pro Dis Film'', directed by Aleksandr Alov and Vladimir Naumov. '''Andrei Alekseevich Amalrik''' (Russian:Андрей Алексеевич Амальрик; May 12, 1938 - November 12, 1980), alternatively spelled ''Andrei'' or ''Andrey'', was a Russian (Soviet Union) writer and dissident. ---- Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик


France

a second lieutenant in the 2nd U.S. Dragoons. Eicher, p. 279. During the Seminole Wars (1835–42), he was stricken with illness, and while hospitalized he met and married Elizabeth Dummett. After he recovered, the Army sent him to France to study military tactics in 1840. Dupuy, p. 315. He was promoted to first lieutenant in 1839 and to captain (Captain (OF-2)) in 1844. In the following years, however, he antagonized the young king of France Louis IX (Louis IX of France), which led to an invasion of Champagne by a group of French barons. They were driven off at the cost of further expense and hardship in Champagne. Thus in order to settle with Alice, Theobald had to sell his overlordship over the counties of Blois, Sancerre, and Chateaudun to the king. Character names All the characters are named after prisons. Quentin is named after San Quentin State Prison in California, Holloway is named after the Holloway Prison (Holloway (HM Prison)) in London, Kazan is named after the prison in Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia, Rennes is named after a prison in Rennes, Brittany, France, Alderson is named after the prison (Alderson Federal Prison Camp) in Alderson (Alderson, West Virginia), West Virginia, and Leaven and Worth are named after the prison (United States Penitentiary, Leavenworth) in Leavenworth (Leavenworth, Kansas), Kansas. #Independent countries e.g.: France, Canada #Internal independent countries which are under the protection of another country in matters of defense and foreign affairs, e.g.: Netherlands Antilles, the Faroe Islands, British Virgin Islands etc. - LF (List of airports by ICAO code: L#LF - France) France, including Saint-Pierre and Miquelon - - NL (List of airports by ICAO code: N#NL - Wallis and Futuna) France (Wallis and Futuna) - - NT (List of airports by ICAO code: N#NT - French Polynesia) France (French Polynesia) - - NW (List of airports by ICAO code: N#NW - New Caledonia) France (New Caledonia) - - TF (List of airports by ICAO code: T#TF - Guadeloupe) France (Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Barthélemy, Saint Martin) - Italian politics is regarded as unstable, but throughout this period the parliamentary majority remained much the same, with the Democrazia Cristiana being the largest party, and the only change worth noting being the Socialists sharing government during the 1980s. The system was known as "imperfect bipolarism", as it was impossible for the only major opposition party, the Communists, to gain control of a NATO country. This was in marked and highly significant contrast with most European democracies (Democracy), as France, Germany and the United Kingdom, where left-wing and right-wing alternated to power. Sakigake developed by the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science for the National Space Development Agency (both of which are now part of the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA). It became a part of the Halley Armada together with Suisei, the Soviet (Soviet Union) French (France) Vega (Vega program) probes, the ESA (European Space Agency) Giotto (Giotto mission) and the NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) International Cometary Explorer, to explore Halley's Comet during its 1986 sojourn through the inner solar system. - valign "top" bgcolor "#efefef" 4 Corsica 100px (File:Corse-photosat.jpg) France align "right" 8,681 align "right" 275.000 Ajaccio territorial collective 100px (Image:Flag of Corsica.svg) - valign "top" thumb Étienne Méhul, by H.E. von Winter (Image:Mehul by von Winter.jpg) '''Étienne Nicolas Méhul''' (22 June 1763 – 18 October 1817) was a French (France) composer, "the most important opera composer in France during the Revolution (French Revolution)." Bartlet p.vii He was also the first composer to be called a "Romantic (Romanticism)". Cairns p.220; Orga (2002). * berauwecka (dried-fruit cake) (Alsace) * thirteen desserts (Provence): The ''thirteen desserts'' are the traditional Christmas dessert in the French (France) region of Provence. The Christmas supper ends with 13 dessert items, representing Jesus Christ and the 12 apostles. The desserts are traditionally set out Christmas Eve and remain on the table three days until December 27. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


Germany

'''Groß-Gerau''' is a Kreis (district) in the south of Hesse (''Hessen'' in German), Germany. Neighboring districts are Main-Taunus, district-free Frankfurt, Darmstadt-Dieburg, Bergstraße (Bergstraße (district)), Alzey-Worms, Mainz-Bingen, and the district-free


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