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. In late June 1943, the three B-24 Liberator groups of the 8th Air Force were sent to North Africa on temporary duty with the 9th Air Force. The 44th Bomb Group was joined by the 93rd and the 389th Bomb Groups. These three units joined the two 9th Air Force B-24 Liberator groups for the 1 August 1943 low-level attack on the German-held Romanian (Romania) oil complex at Ploești. This daring assault by high altitude bombers at tree top level


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and philosopher of history (Philosophy of history). Holding teaching positions at the University of Bucharest, the University of Paris and several other academic institutions, Iorga was founder of the International Congress of Byzantine Studies and the Institute of South-East European Studies (ISSEE). His activity also included the transformation of Vălenii de Munte town into a cultural and academic center. Early life and emigration Chaya Lispector was born in Chechelnyk


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and Duke Ellington, a Romanian pan flute concerto, and unusual arrangements of popular music. Several videos of their collaboration have been recorded and posted on the video sharing (Video hosting service) website YouTube including their version of the New Wave (New Wave music) tune "She Blinded Me with Science" and the Monk Best (Denzil Best) tune "Bemsha Swing". http


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1083917.html His Lifelines, Haaretz http: www.standpointmag.co.uk drawing-board-june-10-avigdor-arikha His family faced forced deportation in 1941 to the Romanian-run concentration camps of Transnistria (now in Western Ukraine), where his father died. He managed to survive thanks to the drawings he made of deportation scenes, which were shown to delegates of the International Red Cross. As a result of that, he was given a the name of another young prisoner who was killed and both he and his sister were freed and brought to Palestine (Palestine (mandate)) in 1944. Until 1948, he lived in Kibbutz Ma'ale HaHamisha. In 1948 he was severely wounded in Israel's War of Independence. From 1946 to 1949, he attended the Bezalel School of Art (Bezalel Academy of Art and Design) in Jerusalem; its teaching was based on the Bauhaus methods. In 1949 he was awarded a scholarship which enabled him to study at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, where he learned the fresco technique. From 1954 on Arikha resided in Paris. Arikha was married from 1961 until his death to the American poet and writer Anne Atik, with whom he had two daughters. Arikha died in Paris from complications of cancer on April 29, 2010, http: www.nytimes.com 2010 05 01 arts 01arikha.html the day after his 81st birthday. Bajaga i Instruktori recorded their following album ''Prodavnica tajni'' (''The Secrets Shop'') in 1988 in Novi Sad. The album, named after Dino Buzzati book ''La boutique del mistero'', (the songs, however, had no connection with the book), "20 godina Prodavnice tajni", popboks.com was produced by Saša Habić. ''Prodavnica tajni'' at Discogs Milenković co-wrote the songs "Ruski voz" ("Russian Train"), "Život je nekad siv, nekad žut" ("Life Is Sometimes Grey and Sometimes Yellow"), and "Vesela pesma" ("Merry Song"). The album marked a slight stylistic change in the band's sound: the songs were simpler, without brass instruments, frequent on the band's previous releases, based on acoustic guitars and keyboards, and the songs "Plavi safir" ("Blue Sapphire"), "Vesela pesma", "Život je nekad siv, nekad žut" and "Ruski voz" featured folk music elements. However, virtually every song on the album became a hit. The band went on another successful tour, during which they recorded the double live compilation album ''Neka svemir čuje nemir'' (''May the Universe Hear the Unrest''). The album featured new songs "Na vrhovima prstiju" ("On the Tops of Your Toes"), "Idem (Kao da ne idem, a idem)" ("I'm Going (Like I'm not Going, but I'm Going"), which is the first Bajaga i Instruktori song sung entirely by Milenković, and "Neka svemir čuje nemir", which is a cover of a traditional (traditional music) Indian song, and acoustic (acoustic music) studio versions of "Tamara" and "Tekila gerila". The live recordings were made during the band's concerts in Zagreb's Dom Sportova, held on March 6, 1989, and from Novi Sad EBU Rock Festival, and also a recording of the journalist Dražen Vrdoljak announcing the band on their concert in Kulušić, held on December 8, 1984. ''Neka svemir čuje nemir'' at Discogs The album also featured a live version of the song "Kad hodaš", written by Bajagić and originally recorded by Riblja Čorba. During the tour that followed the album release the band held two sold out concerts in Belgrade's Pionir Hall. Despite the growing nationalism the band was well accepted in all parts of Yugoslavia. The only incident on the tour happened in Split (Split, Croatia), where the fans of the football club Hajduk Split threw various objects on the stage, but after the intervention of the security the concert was continued. At the beginning of 1990, Bajaga i Instruktori performed in Timişoara, Romania, at a rock festival organized two months after the fall of Nicolae Ceauşescu. The festival also featured several less known British (United Kingdom) acts and Yugoslav acts Riblja Čorba, Valentino and Viktorija. It has been traditionally cultivated as an oilseed crop to produce vegetable oil and animal feed (compound feed). There is ample archeological evidence to show it has been grown in Europe for at least 3,000 years. The earliest findsites include the Neolithic levels at Auvernier, Switzerland (dated to the second millennium BC), the Chalcolithic level at Pefkakia in Greece (dated to the third millennium BC), and Sucidava-Celei, Romania (''circa'' 2200 BC (2200s BC)). Daniel Zohary and Maria Hopf, ''Domestication of plants in the Old World'', third edition (Oxford: University Press, 2000), pp. 138f During the Bronze age and Iron age it was an important agricultural crop in northern Greece beyond the current range of the olive.


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"palij1" Plot The film focuses on a deserted citadel (the “Keep” of the title) in WWII Romania within which lies entrapped a dangerous and malevolent entity named Radu Molasar. When the German Army (Heer (1935–1945)) occupies the castle to control the Dinu Mountain Pass, Molasar is unwittingly unleashed from deep within the innermost recesses of the citadel by a pair of treasure-seeking soldiers and he consumes their life energy. A detachment of Einsatzkommando


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: thumb Tudor Vianu (Image:Tudor Vianu.jpg) -- '''Tudor Vianu''' ( ; January 8, 1898 – May 21, 1964) was a Romanian literary critic (literary criticism), art critic, poet, philosopher, academic, and translator. Known for his left-wing (Left-wing politics) and anti-fascist (Anti-fascism) convictions, he had a major role on the reception and development of Modernism in Romanian literature (Literature of Romania) and art (Art of Romania). He was married

and Moldova. '''Nicolae Manolescu''' (

, Romania, about 25 kilometres from Craiova, the county seat. It has 8,000 inhabitants and it is famous for its white wines. '''Eugen Lovinescu''' ( ; 31 October 1881 – 1943) was a Romanian modernist (Modernism) literary historian, literary critic (Literary criticism), academic, and novelist, who in 1919 established the ''Sburătorul'' literary club. He was the father of Monica Lovinescu, and the uncle of Horia Lovinescu


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graduated from the Târgu Mureș Teaching High School after winning Romania's Mamaia Pop Festival. Moving to Bucharest to follow her dream of becoming a professional singer, she also studied Law at the city's Titu Maiorescu University. She has performed duets with Romanian stars such as Marcel Pavel, Ștefan Iordache, Ioan Gyuri Pascu and Aurelian Temișan. She has performed at numerous concerts across Romania and at numerous summer festivals abroad. * Muscat


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be reached in one hour driving. The scarcity of modern motorways and well-built roads surrounding Ploieşti, and Romania in general makes transport a challenge. Under the scrutiny of the EU, the motorway infrastructure will improve substantially over the next few years. International career Mutu made his international debut against Greece (Greece national football team) on 29 March 2000. He represented Romania at Euro 2000 (UEFA Euro 2000), his first major tournament where they beat


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Romania 41 departments 1 municipality (counties of Romania) - - id "RO" RO Romania 1974 .ro The '''culture of Romania''' is a unique culture, which is the product of its geography and its distinct historical evolution. Like Romanians themselves, it is defined as the meeting point of three regions: Central Europe, Eastern Europe, and the Balkans


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cultural treasures of Romania; some of them are World Heritage Sites, part of the painted churches of northern Moldavia. Stephen also settled the first Ruthenians in Bukovina with the hope of having a loyal and more numerous population that would contribute with taxes. File:GUVERNAMANTUL

Romania

'''Romania''' ( and has a temperate (temperate climate)-continental climate. With its 20.1 million inhabitants, it is the seventh most populous (List of European Union member states by population) member of the European Union. Its capital and largest city, Bucharest, is the sixth largest city (Largest cities of the European Union by population within city limits) in the European Union.

Modern Romania emerged within the territories of the ancient Roman (Roman Empire) province of Dacia (Roman Dacia), and was formed in 1859 through a personal union (United Principalities) of the principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia. The new state, officially named ''Romania'' since 1866, gained independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1877. At the end of World War I, Transylvania, Bukovina and Bessarabia united with the sovereign Kingdom of Romania. At the end of World War II, territories which today roughly correspond to the Republic of Moldova (Moldova) were occupied by the Soviet Union, and a few years later Romania became a socialist republic and member of the Warsaw Pact. After the 1989 Revolution (Romanian Revolution), Romania began a transition back towards democracy and a capitalist market economy.

Following rapid economic growth in the 2000s, Romania has an economy predominantly based on services, and is a producer and net exporter of machines and electric energy, featuring companies like Automobile Dacia and OMV Petrom (Petrom). Living standards have improved, and currently, Romania is an upper-middle income country with a high Human Development Index. It has been a member of NATO since 2004, and part of the European Union since 2007. Around 90% of the population identify themselves as Eastern Orthodox Christians (Eastern Orthodox Church), and are native speakers of Romanian (Romanian language), a Romance language. With a rich cultural history (culture of Romania), Romania has been the home of influential artists (Art of Romania), musicians (Music of Romania), and inventors (Science and technology in Romania), and features a variety of tourist attractions (tourism in Romania) such as "Dracula's Castle (Bran Castle)".

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