Wrzeszcz distance. The line to Sopot still had only one track. The second track to Sopot was ready in June 1952. Owing to that, the train running frequency rose to 10 minutes. On July 22, 1952 two-track connection with Gdynia Orłowo was ready, in 1954 dual-track traffic reached Gdynia Główna station, two years later Gdynia Chylonia, and on December 31, 1957 first electric multiple units reached Wejherowo. SKM electric multiple units parameters SKM is serviced
; Later career Fosse directed five feature films. His first, ''Sweet Charity (Sweet Charity (film))'' in 1969, starring Shirley MacLaine, is an adaptation of the Broadway musical he had directed and choreographed. Fosse shot the film largely on location in Manhattan. His second film, ''Cabaret (Cabaret (film))'', won eight Academy Awards, including Best Director, for which he won over Francis Ford Coppola for ''The Godfather'' starring Marlon Brando. The film was shot on location
was appointed as a member of the Royal Society. Between 1741 and 1753 Formey published six books in The Hague on the philosophy of Christian Wolff (Christian Wolff (philosopher)), explained for women. These books made Wolff more known in France. Formey wrote during his life more than 17.000 letters, and corresponded several years with Francesco Algarotti, who in 1737 had published a book on Newtonianism for ladies. '''Jacob Rader Marcus''' (1896
traveled extensively through Europe, Africa, and America and lived in Oetingen in Markgräflerland, in Berlin, in the south of France, and in Tuscany. Petryshyn was born in Berlin, Germany, and moved to Canada as a child in 1948. He was a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Manitoba, and is a lawyer with the Winnipeg firm Luk Law. Figes has written novels, literary criticism, studies of feminism, and vivid memoirs relating to her
decades. There were also protest marches all over France as well as in many other smaller European cities. Protests were also held in South Africa, Syria, India, Russia, Canada and in the US, in around 600 cities in total. In 1802 Schlegel went to Berlin, where he delivered lectures on art and literature; and in the following year he published ''Ion'', a tragedy in Euripidean (Euripides) style, which gave rise to a suggestive discussion on the principles of dramatic poetry. This was followed by ''Spanisches Theater'' (2 vols, 1803 1809), in which he presented admirable translations of five of Calderon (Pedro Calderón de la Barca)'s plays; and in another volume, ''Blumensträusse italienischer, spanischer und portugiesischer Poesie'' (1804), he gave translations of Spanish (Spanish language), Portuguese (Portuguese language) and Italian (Italian language) lyrics; his translations included works by Dante (Dante Aligheri) and Camoens (Luís de Camões). Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin
Berlin, Germany formed 1953 thumb The long-armed squid (''Chiroteuthis veranyi (File:Chiroteuthis veranyi.jpg)'') Georg Pfeffer, 1912 Pfeffer was born in Berlin. In 1887 he became curator of the Natural History Museum of Hamburg (Naturhistorisches Museum zu Hamburg), which was established in 1843 and destroyed during World War II. Pfeffer's published writings were mainly about cephalopods. After his mother died in 1858, Arnold went to Eupen to learn
the penalty of returning to the concentration camps, this time with their families. Max Frankenthal tried to begin plans for the family's emigration, but eventually was unable to come up with money, and was still convinced that the Nazis would not continue their harassment of his family. Performance history After its world premiere in 1846 at La Fenice in Venice, the opera was first produced in London at Her Majesty's Theatre in 1848, with Sophie Cruvelli, Italo Gardoni
and Frankfurt. Theatre, opera, concerts, cinema Berlin is arguably the live cultural centre of Germany: Theatre * Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin
during the Battle of the Bulge. Central German is spoken in large and influential German cities like the capital Berlin, the former West German (West Germany) capital Bonn, Cologne, Düsseldorf and the main German financial center Frankfurt. Frustrated with commercial playing, Whigham migrated to Germany, where he still lives, He taught at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin. He played for many years in the big band of Kurt Edelhagen, was a featured
schools around the world participating in student international festivals are requested to submit current films for judging. The judges select the outstanding school of the year based upon the quality of its films. To date, the Sam Spiegel School has won the prize for ''best school in the world'' 15 times, and its films have won some 235 prizes in international film festivals. In 2008, "Anthem", the Diploma Film of 14th Graduating Class Member Elad Keidan, scooped First Prize in the Student Film competition within the prestigious "Cinefondation" section of the Cannes Film Festival. This award of First Prize is the first ever such win by an Israeli student film in Cannes. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin
First documented in the 13th century, Berlin became the capital of the Margraviate of Brandenburg (1417), the Kingdom of Prussia (1701–1918), the German Empire (1871–1918), the Weimar Republic (1919–1933) and the Third Reich (1933–1945).
Berlin is a world city (Global city) of culture, politics, media, and science. Significant industries also include IT (information technology), pharmaceuticals, biomedical engineering, clean tech, biotechnology, construction, and electronics.
Modern Berlin is home to renowned universities, orchestras, museums, entertainment venues, and is host to many sporting events. Over the last decade Berlin has seen the upcoming of a cosmopolitan entrepreneurial (entrepreneurship) scene.