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Vologda

Previously, it was located on the territory of Savinsky Selsoviet, with the center in Savinsky (Savinsky, Arkhangelsk Oblast). A short stretch of a highway connecting Vologda and Medvezhyegorsk via Vytegra and Pudozh runs along the Andoma, crossing it over a bridge in the village of Sorokopolye. * Novgorod group * Vologda-Kirov (Kirov, Kirov Oblast) group * Vladimir-Volga group Young years Savinkov was born in Kharkov (Kharkiv), the son of a judge in Warsaw. In 1897 he entered the law department of St. Petersburg University but was expelled in 1899 because of participation in students' riots. Later he studied in Berlin and Heidelberg (Heidelberg University). Since 1898 he was a member of various socialist organizations. In 1901 he was arrested and sent to exile to Vologda. He served the exile with some prominent Russian intellectuals including Nikolai Berdyaev and Anatoly Lunacharsky. However he became disappointed with Marxism and shifted to terrorism. In 1903 Savinkov escaped abroad and joined the Socialist-Revolutionary Party, where he soon became Deputy Head of its Combat Organization (SR Combat Organization) under Yevno Azef. birth_date Wikipedia:Vologda Commons:Vologda


Smolensk

then the battles at Chirikovo on September 29 and Vinkovo (Battle of Vinkovo) on October 18, where Poniatowski saved Murat from a complete defeat by Kutuzov (Mikhail Kutuzov)'s forces. Born in Smolensk, a city in western Russia, Morris Markin worked in a clothing factory during his young years. His determination and hard work got him promoted to a supervisor position by the age of nineteen, when he emigrated to the United States. When he arrived at Ellis Island, he spoke


Kharkiv

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Moscow

; ref Young years Ivan Ilyin was born in Moscow in an aristocratic family of Rurikid descent. His father Alexander Ivanovich Ilyin was born and spent his childhood in the Grand Kremlin Palace since Ilyin's grandfather served as the commandant of the Palace. Alexander Ilyin's godfather was tsar Alexander III (Alexander III of Russia). Ilyin was born and brought up also in the centre of Moscow not far from Kremlin in Naryshkin Lane. In 1901 he entered the Law faculty

of the Moscow State University. Ilyin generally disapproved of the Russian Revolution of 1905 and did not participate actively in student riots. While a student Ilyin became interested in philosophy under influence of Professor Pavel Novgorodtsev. In 1906 he graduated with a law degree and began working there as a scholar from 1909 on. Young years Ivan Ilyin was born in Moscow in an aristocratic family of Rurikid descent. His father Alexander Ivanovich Ilyin was born


Warsaw

of the song posted on the band's Facebook shows the rap hardcore influences in the song, as well as the title suggests a further political theme. The band had also been playing another new song live titled "Arguing with Thermometers", during their European fall tour. The debut performance of this song took place on 12 September in Warsaw, Poland. - style "background:#EFEFEF;" Warsaw Brussels style "text-align:center;" A Young years Savinkov was born in Kharkov (Kharkiv), the son of a judge in Warsaw. In 1897 he entered the law department of St. Petersburg University but was expelled in 1899 because of participation in students' riots. Later he studied in Berlin and Heidelberg (Heidelberg University). Since 1898 he was a member of various socialist organizations. In 1901 he was arrested and sent to exile to Vologda. He served the exile with some prominent Russian intellectuals including Nikolai Berdyaev and Anatoly Lunacharsky. However he became disappointed with Marxism and shifted to terrorism. In 1903 Savinkov escaped abroad and joined the Socialist-Revolutionary Party, where he soon became Deputy Head of its Combat Organization (SR Combat Organization) under Yevno Azef. Anatole Dauman was born in Warsaw in 1925 to a Russian Jewish family and later emigrated to France. As Charles X Gustav prepared for Second Northern War, Wittenberg was promoted to field marshal in 1655 and was assigned command of an army of 17,000 men to attack Poland with. He surrounded the Polish army of nobles (Szlachta) and forced it to capitulate at Ujście on 25 July 1655, and conquered the voivodships of Poznań (Poznań Voivodship) and Kalisz (Kalisz Voivodship). He besieged Kraków, which capitulated 7 October 1655, and forced the Polish commander Koniecpolski and his army to submission. He was given the command of Warsaw which he defended against the Polish army under John II Casimir of Poland until the city was given up 21 June 1656. Contrary to what had been stated in the terms of capitulation, he was placed in prison in Zamość where he later died. In 1999 Ster Century continued its expansion opening multiplex cinemas in Dublin, Ireland; Brno, Czech Republic; Wroclaw and Warsaw, Poland; and two sites in Budapest, Hungary. This trend continued in 2000, with two additional sites in Poland and the Czech Republic, and more in the UK (Edinburgh, Romford and Norwich), Spain, Montenegro, Greece, Slovakia and Serbia. thumb right 250px Gippius, Filosofov and Merezhkovsky. Warsaw, 1920 (File:Gippius filosofov merezhkovskiy.jpg) In Warsaw the four stayed for several months, Merezhkovsky doing practical work for the Russian immigrant organizations, Gippius editing the literary section in ''Svoboda'' newspaper. Both were regarding Poland as a 'messianic', 'potentially unifying' place and a crucial barrier in the face of the spreading Bolshevism plague. In summer 1920 Boris Savinkov planning to head an army of 20,000–30,000 Russians (largely POWs) for a march on Moscow WikiPedia:Warsaw Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland Voivodships Mazovia Warszawa Commons:Category:Warsaw


Vancouver

Columbia . Biography Born in the small town of South Porcupine (South Porcupine, Ontario) in northern Ontario in 1935, Leiterman grew up in Vancouver, where he spent his young years working as a waste collector, beachcomber (beachcombing) and truck driver (Trucker). During his mid-20's, he was encouraged by his brother-in-law, Allan King, to take a camera technician course at the University of British Columbia. * Toronto Transit Commission (Toronto, Ontario) * Coast Mountain Bus Company (Vancouver, British Columbia) * BC Transit (Kelowna and Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia)). WikiPedia:Vancouver dmoz:Regional North America Canada British Columbia Localities V Vancouver Commons:Category:Vancouver


Berlin

request, transferred to Stammheim Prison where the majority of other RAF prisoners were held captive. In Stammheim Prison she met Ensslin (Gudrun Ensslin), Baader (Andreas Baader), and Raspe (Jan-Carl Raspe), and was reportedly trained by them to become a leader of the RAF. Young years Savinkov was born in Kharkov (Kharkiv), the son of a judge in Warsaw. In 1897 he entered the law department of St. Petersburg University but was expelled in 1899 because of participation in students' riots. Later he studied in Berlin and Heidelberg (Heidelberg University). Since 1898 he was a member of various socialist organizations. In 1901 he was arrested and sent to exile to Vologda. He served the exile with some prominent Russian intellectuals including Nikolai Berdyaev and Anatoly Lunacharsky. However he became disappointed with Marxism and shifted to terrorism. In 1903 Savinkov escaped abroad and joined the Socialist-Revolutionary Party, where he soon became Deputy Head of its Combat Organization (SR Combat Organization) under Yevno Azef. thumb David Friedländer (Image:David Friedlander.JPG) '''David Friedländer''', sometimes spelled '''Friedlander''' (16 December 1750, Königsberg – 25 December 1834, Berlin) was a German (Germany) Jewish banker, writer and communal leader. '''Villa Hammerschmidt''' was designated the official residence of the President of Germany in 1951. Located in the former West German (West Germany) capital of Bonn, it remained the official residence of the President until the government offices were returned to the recently-reunified Berlin in 1994. President Richard von Weizsäcker made Schloss Bellevue in Berlin his primary official residence; since that time the Hammerschmidt Villa has served as a secondary residence. In German, the Villa is also called "White House of Germany", because it looks similar to the residence of the President of the United States. This most famous of Persian carpets has been the subject of endless copies ranging in size from small rugs to full scale carpets. There is an 'Ardabil' at 10 Downing Street and even Hitler had an 'Ardabil' in his office in Berlin. The London carpet was for decades displayed hanging on a wall. Since 2006. it has been now shown flat in a special glass pavilion in the centre of the main gallery of Islamic art. The lighting is kept low for conservation reasons. Hillier Özdamar has received a lot of recognition for her work. A lover of poetry, she found great inspiration in the works of Heinrich Heine and Bertolt Brecht, especially from an album of the latter's songs which she had bought in the 1960s in Berlin. She later decided to study with Brecht's disciple Benno Besson in Berlin, where she currently Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


Russia

in a row because of the date line shift. - Russia & CIS - ) (July 15, 1893 - July 8, 1970) was a Russian-born American (United States) entrepreneur and businessman who founded the Checker Cab Manufacturing Company (which would later become the Checker Motors Corporation). Born in Smolensk, a city in western Russia, Morris Markin worked in a clothing factory during his young

years. His determination and hard work got him promoted to a supervisor position by the age of nineteen, when he emigrated to the United States. When he arrived at Ellis Island, he spoke no English and couldn't afford to pay the bond required to enter the country. A janitor at the facility loaned him the twenty-five dollars he needed for the bond. One of the premium project was when Khan led and served as the technical director of Suparco's scientists on the development and construction


United States

. He taught school during his young years and studied law in Maryville, Tennessee; then moved to Alabama in 1819 where he continued his studies. He passed the bar and commenced a law practice in Athens, Alabama. He was known as an ardent Democrat. Before serving the state of Alabama as its governor, he served as a legislator, solicitor, circuit judge, and congressman. In 1845 he opposed other Democratic leaders and ran as an independent, defeating the mainstream Democratic candidate


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