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Monroeville, Pennsylvania

decorations — a task that had proved to be too time consuming. Filming was shut down during the last three weeks of the year to avoid the possible continuity difficulties and lost shooting time. Production would resume on January 3, 1978. During the break in filming, Romero took the opportunity to begin editing his existing footage. ''Quint interviews FX God Greg Nicotero on LAND OF THE DEAD! Exclusive gore pics, too!'' on Ain't it Cool News


Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea 1974 .gq Commons:Category:Equatorial Guinea WikiPedia:Equatorial Guinea Dmoz:Regional Africa Equatorial Guinea


Baden-Württemberg

100 km abbr on to . The car was a very limited success, and only 140 examples were built by the time production was ended in 1996. Life Friedrich Gustav Jaeger – sometimes known as "Fritz" – was born in Kirchberg an der Jagst, a small town in eastern Württemberg (now part of Baden-Württemberg) to the district doctor (later chief doctor), Franz Jaeger and his wife Sofie Katharina (née Schirndinger von Schirnding). In 1906


Kharkiv

was evacuated to the east, at which time production moved to Stalingrad. No less than 809 vehicles were planned, but no more than about 60 were actually built. Some vehicles were used in the fighting around Kharkiv in October 1941, but were quickly lost. From 1920 to 1921 he designed posters and advertising boards. After 1920 he made numerous designs for ballets and operas in Kharkiv and Kiev, mainly in the Constructivist (Constructivism (art)) style. '''FC Metalist Kharkiv''' ( Wikipedia:Kharkiv Commons:Category:Kharkiv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kharkiv Oblast Kharkiv


Coventry

(Coventry) Balsall Heath , Coventry. Starting out as a light and somewhat crude cyclecar, by the time production finished four years later, it had grown into a well-made four-cylinder car, featuring full four-seater coachwork. defunct 1960 location Coventry, England, UK (United Kingdom) industry Siddeley Autocars Siddeley Autocars, of Coventry, was founded by John Davenport Siddeley (1866–1953) in 1902. Its products were heavily based


Normandy

father's debts. He fled by night from Normandy on 7 August 1472, and joined Louis near Angers. On the following morning, when Duke Charles discovered his servant and god-brother missing, he confiscated all of Commines' property. These were later given to Philip I of Croÿ-Chimay. It tells the story of Operation Overlord which was the code name for the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944. The embroidery begins telling the story well before the invasion, with war-time

production and The Blitz. It continues through the entry of the United States into the war, and the planning and preparation of the invasion. The majority of the work covers the crossing of the English Channel by the invasion fleet and the combat once the troops landed on the French coast. The embroidery ends with a scene of British infantry advancing as German troops retreat across the Seine. '''Manche''' ( Commons:Normandie


Madagascar

. In northern Nigeria, it is used with millet powder to prepare ''kunun tsamiya'', a traditional pap mostly used as breakfast, and usually eaten with bean cake. Two or three species of ''Alopochen'' from the Madagascar region have become extinct in the last 1000 years or so: * Mauritian Shelduck, ''Alopochen mauritianus'' - Mauritius, late 1690s By the time production ended in 1981 the factory at Saratov had produced 1,011 aircraft


Laos

, Oman, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan). It has been also introduced to Madagascar. By the time production ended in 1981 the factory at Saratov had produced 1,011 aircraft. By 1993 Yak-40s operated by Aeroflot had carried 354 million passengers. Gunston and Gordon 1997, p. 189. As well as being the backbone of Aeroflot's local operations, flying to 276 domestic destinations in 1980, the Yak-40 was also an export success. A total of 130 were exported to Afghanistan, Angola, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Laos, Madagascar, Poland, Syria, Vietnam, Yugoslavia and Zambia. Impact The Papers revealed that the U.S. had deliberately expanded its war with bombing of Cambodia and Laos, coastal raids on North Vietnam, and Marine Corps (United States Marine Corps) attacks, none of which had been reported by media in the US. Commons:Category:Laos


Angola

The Sydney Morning Herald date 16 June 2003 accessdate 13 October 2010 publisher Fairfax Media He continued to serve in various capacities dealing with humanitarian situations on behalf of the UN. By the time production ended in 1981 the factory at Saratov had produced 1,011 aircraft. By 1993 Yak-40s operated by Aeroflot had carried 354 million passengers. Gunston and Gordon 1997, p. 189. As well as being the backbone of Aeroflot's local operations, flying to 276 domestic destinations in 1980, the Yak-40 was also an export success. A total of 130 were exported to Afghanistan, Angola, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Laos, Madagascar, Poland, Syria, Vietnam, Yugoslavia and Zambia. thumb right The Palace of the Governors, on Moçambique Island, former residence of the Portuguese administration in Moçambique. (Image:Vasco da Gama - Ilha Moçambique.jpg) At the height of European colonialism in the 19th century, Portugal had lost its territory in South America and all but a few bases in Asia. During this phase, Portuguese colonialism focused on expanding its outposts in Africa into nation-sized territories to compete with other European powers there. Portuguese territories eventually included the modern nations of Cape Verde, São Tomé and Príncipe, Guinea-Bissau, Angola, and Mozambique. Commons:Category:Angola Wikipedia:Angola Dmoz:Regional Africa Angola


Czechoslovakia

, Czechoslovakia used 86 Il-10s, including six UIl-10s, and about 600 B-33s. From 1949 to 1956, the Hungarian Air Force used 159 Il-10s and B-33s. From 1950 to 1960, the Romanian Air Force used 14 Il-10s and 156 B-33s. Bulgaria also used these aircraft. By the time production ended in 1981 the factory at Saratov had produced 1,011 aircraft. By 1993 Yak-40s operated by Aeroflot had carried 354 million passengers. Gunston and Gordon 1997, p. 189. As well as being the backbone of Aeroflot's local operations, flying to 276 domestic destinations in 1980, the Yak-40 was also an export success. A total of 130 were exported to Afghanistan, Angola, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Laos, Madagascar, Poland, Syria, Vietnam, Yugoslavia and Zambia. In 1920, following the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, a small part of the Tokaj wine region (approx. 1.75 km²) became part of Czechoslovakia due to the Treaty of Trianon, while the rest remained part of Hungary. After World War II, when Hungary became a Soviet-influenced state, Tokaji production continued with as many as 6,000 small producers, but the bottling and distribution were monopolized by the state-owned organization. Since the collapse of the communist regimes in 1990, a number of independent wineries have been established in the Tokaj-Hegyalja region. A state-owned producer continues to exist and handles approximately 20% of the overall production. thumb 200px Sobibor "Road to Heaven" in 2007 (Image:Wikipedia-sobibor-2.jpg) '''Sobibor''' was a Nazi German (Nazi Germany) extermination camp located on the outskirts of the town of Sobibór, Lublin Voivodeship of occupied Poland as part of Operation Reinhard; the official German (German language) name was '''SS (Schutzstaffel)-Sonderkommando Sobibor'''. Jews from Poland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Czechoslovakia, as well as Soviet (Soviet Union) prisoners of war (POWs) (many of them Jewish), were transported to Sobibor by rail, and suffocated in gas chambers that were fed with the exhaust of a petrol engine (Four-stroke cycle). One source states that up to 200,000 people were killed at Sobibor. ''Raul Hilberg.'' The Destruction of the European Jews. Yale University Press, 1985, p. 1219. ISBN 978-0-300-09557-9 Thomas Blatt claims that "In the Hagen court proceedings against former Sobibor Nazis, Professor Wolfgang Scheffler, who served as an expert, estimated the total figure of murdered Jews at a minimum of 250,000." Sobibor - The Forgotten Revolt Czechoslovakia The '''Czechoslovakian''' women's team had a very long tradition of success and was the chief threat to the dominance of the Soviet women's team for decades. They won team medals at every World Championships and Olympics from 1934 to 1970 with the exceptions of only the 1950 Worlds and 1956 Olympics. Among their leaders (list of gymnasts#Czechoslovakia) were the first women's World All-Around Champion Vlasta Děkanová (1934, 1938) and Věra Čáslavská who won outright all (5) European, World and Olympic All-Around titles during an Olympic cycle from 1964 to 1968—a feat never matched by any other gymnast (male or female). Caslavska also led her teammates to the world team title in 1966, making the Czechoslovakians one of two national teams (the other being Romania’s) to ever defeat the Soviet women's team at a major competition. Although their men (List of gymnasts#Czechoslovakia 2) weren’t as successful as a team, they were still noteworthy and did produce 1907 World All-Around Champion Josef Cada who was a continuous presence at World Championships for years to come. The Little Entente From 1920 to 1921, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia had formed the ''Little Entente'' with Czechoslovakia and Romania. This was to prevent the possibility of Hungary regaining the territories it had lost after the First World War. The alliance soon fell apart as Yugoslavia didn't involve itself in Romania and Czechoslovakia's territorial expansion actions against Hungary. Heir to the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha-Koháry After the death of his distant cousin Prince John Henry of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha in April 2010 and due to the exclusion of the late prince's uncle Philipp Josias Maria Joseph Ignatius Michael Gabriel Raphael Gonzaga (Walterskirchen, 18 August 1901 –) children and descendants from his morganatic marriage with Sarah Aurelia Halasz, Simeon became the Head of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha-Koháry (House of Koháry), and 8th Prince Koháry former Magnates of Hungary, and a claimant to the holding of the castles of Čabraď (Čabraď Castle) and Sv. Anton (Svätý_Anton), both in modern day Slovakia, lost to Czechoslovakia in 1921. In early 2012 he ceded his rights to the headship of the princely house of Koháry to his sister Princess Marie Louise of Bulgaria. http: www.angelfire.com realm gotha gotha bulgaria.html After the end of World War II the region was returned to Czechoslovakia. Under the Beneš decrees of the same year, the German-speaking majority of the town was dispossessed of their homes and property, and was forcibly expelled from the country (Expulsion of Germans from Czechoslovakia). In 1954, the town of Amberg in Germany adopted the expelled Sudeten German population from Cheb and the surrounding districts. In September 1947, following the June 1947 Paris Conference on Marshall Aid, Stalin gathered a grouping of key European communist parties and set up the Cominform, or ''Communist Information Bureau'', often seen as a substitute to the Comintern. It was a network made up of the Communist parties of Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, France, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, the Soviet Union, and Yugoslavia (Communist Party of Yugoslavia) (led by Josip Broz Tito, it was expelled in June 1948). The Cominform was dissolved in 1956, following Stalin's 1953 death and the XXth Congress of the CPSU. In the former Czechoslovakia, people called this pricing "baťovská cena" ("Baťa's price"), referring to Tomáš Baťa (Tomáš Baťa#Ba.C5.A5a.27s leadership for quality and innovation), a Czech manufacturer of footwear. He began to widely use this practice in 1920. ''Social responsibility of the Bata Company'', in Czech language


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