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Craftsmens Houses - Nuremberg

The craftsmens houses are among the important architectural monuments of Nurembergs old historic centre. They are located along the alley Am Olberg at the foot of the Nuremberg Castle. In this alley is also the oldest timber-framed building in Nu ...

                                               

Bonn (disambiguation)

Bonn is a city in Germany. Bonn may also refer to: Bonn district, a district in the German city of Bonn Bonn A 1413, a Berlin class replenishment ship built for the German Navy Bonn, Ohio, a community in the United States Bonn Republic, a retrosp ...

                                               

Hans H. Gattermann

Hans H. Gattermann was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Joseph Busnaya

Joseph Busnaya, in Syriac Yawsip or Yawsep Būsnāyā, was an East Syriac monk and mystic in Upper Mesopotamia. His disciple, John bar Kaldun, wrote his biography and incorporated a chapter on his spiritual teachings. It is an important source for t ...

                                               

Gustav Gundelach

He was a member of the Hamburg State Parliament for the KPD in the first legislative period after the war. In June 1947 he resigned from the Burgerschaft as a member of parliament. Gundelach was then a member of the Zone Advisory Council in 1947/ ...

                                               

Hugo Scharnberg

Hugo Scharnberg was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Klaus Brunnstein

Brunnstein was a member of the FDP until 1987. From 1980 to 1983 he was state chairman of the FDP in Hamburg, from 1981 to 1983 also a member of the FDP federal executive committee. Brunnstein was a member of the German Bundestag from February 19 ...

                                               

Gerhard Brosi

Gerhard Brosi was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Gustav Freiherr von Gemmingen-Hornberg

Gustav GemmingenHornberg was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Walter Faller

Walter Faller was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Matakatia

Matakatia is a northern coastal suburb of Auckland, in New Zealand. It is on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula about 43 kilometres north of the city centre. Kotanui Island, also called Frenchmans Cap, is a sharp triangular rock rising from the water abo ...

                                               

Lucelle Frances Beetham

Lucelle Frances Swainson was born on 24 March 1842, the second daughter of the naturalist William John Swainson and Anne Grasby. She grew up in the Hutt Valley; on 17 September 1863 she married magistrate and artist Richmond Beetham, moving with ...

                                               

Polaroid Collection

The Polaroid Collection was a collection of fine-art photographs assembled by the Polaroid Corporation. The collection was initiated in the 1940s by Ansel Adams and Edwin Land. Following the companys 2008 bankruptcy, the collection was broken up ...

                                               

Werner Hubschmann

Werner Hubschmann was a German composer and docent. Hubschmann was born in Chemnitz. If one looks at the catalogue of works of the composer, the folk music takes up the widest space in it. There for example, one can find music for mandolin orches ...

                                               

Cathy Hardin Harrison

Cathy Hardin Harrison is the current County Judge for Miller County, Arkansas. Harrison was elected to the position November 2018 defeating County Judge Roy John McNatt. Harrison was sworn in on January 1, 2019, for a four-year term. She is the f ...

                                               

Arthur H. Charles

Arthur H. Charles was an American politician from Maine. Charles, a Republican from Portland, three terms in the Maine Legislature between 1955 – 1960. In 1954, he was elected to the Maine House of Representatives. In 1956 and 1958, he won electi ...

                                               

Fort Howard

Fort Howard may refer to: Fort Howard Veterans Hospital, a former hospital Fort Howard, Maryland, a community at the location of the fort Fort Howard Maryland, a former fort in Baltimore County Fort Howard Wisconsin, a 19th-century fort at Green ...

                                               

Sainte-Genevieve

Saint Genevieve or Sainte-Genevieve may refer to: Saint Genevieve de Loqueffret 10th century, a local saint from Loqueffret, Brittany Saint Genevieve 419/422–512, the patron of Paris

                                               

Juan de Dios Chavez House

The Juan de Dios Chavez House is a historic house in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The date of construction is unknown but it was probably built sometime before 1875. The property was part of the land on which Juan Cristobal Armijo built his "New Home ...

                                               

George W. Dunn

Dunn was born in Chenango, New York on November 27, 1840. He was the son of John Dunn and Isabella Black. He attended Susquehanna Seminary and a business college, and was about to begin business life when the American Civil War broke out. In May ...

                                               

National Dress Reform Association

National Dress Reform Association was an American association in support of the Victorian dress reform, founded in 1856 and dissolved in 1865. It was founded in February 1856 by the hydropathist James Caleb Jackson. Many of its members were hydro ...

                                               

William J. Brodie

William J. Brodie was a legislator in South Carolina during the Reconstruction era. He was identified as a mullato bricklayer who was literate. Another document lists him as a carpenter. He served in the South Carolina House of Representatives fr ...

                                               

Central subway (Boston)

Bostons central subway is the system of tunnels through which the MBTA Green Line operates light rail transit service in the urban core of the city. The central subway comprises several tunnels built at different times, including the Tremont Stre ...

                                               

Cecilia Cesarini

Blessed Cecilia Cesarini 1203-1290, also Caecilia, was a Dominican nun. Cecilia, described as "a high-spirited young Roman", was born into the Cesarini family, a well-established family of the minor nobility. The reason she entered into a religio ...

                                               

Floyd Lee

Floyd Lee, also known as Theodore Williams, was an American blues musician. A native of Mississippi, Lee traveled around the United States before settling in New York in 1972. He is best known for his passionate performances of blues music in and ...

                                               

Oriska Worden

Oriska Haverfield was born in Cadiz, Ohio, the daughter of George A. Haverfield and Mattie Elna Warman Haverfield. Her father was a disabled veteran of the American Civil War; he died in 1886. Her mother remarried, to Col. Frederick W. Worden in ...

                                               

William Marshal, 1st Baron Marshal

William Marshal, Lord of Hingham, was an English noble. He was hereditary Earl Marshal of Ireland and was slain during the Battle of Bannockburn, Scotland in 1314. William was a son of John Marshal and Hawise de Say. He was killed fighting the Sc ...

                                               

Villa Saluzzo Serra

The Villa Saluzzo Serra is a civil building located in the Nervi district, in via Capolungo, in the municipality of Genoa. Municipal property, and located in the parks of Nervi, it has been the seat of the Genoas Gallery of Modern Art since 1928.

                                               

James McLynas

James McLynas is an American police reform activist and candidate for sheriff of Pinellas County, Florida. A victim of police abuse in Pinellas, McLynas is a vocal critic of incumbent sheriff Bob Gualtieri and has worked to expose police corrupti ...

                                               

Start (Mameshiba no Taigun album)

Start is the debut studio album from Japanese girl group Mameshiba no Taigun. It was pre-released on June 3, 2020, and released on June 10, 2020, by Tower Records. The album has thirteen tracks, including the singles "Restart", "Rocket Start" and ...

                                               

Kang Daniel discography

South Korean singer and songwriter Kang Daniel has released two extended plays, five singles, and five music videos. He has sold over 750.000 albums as a soloist and an additional 4.2 million with Wanna One. Following the end of Wanna One’s activ ...

                                               

COVID-19 pandemic in Puntland

The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached Puntland, an autonomous state in northeastern Somalia that is internationally recognized as an autonomous region of Somalia. Puntland recorded approximately eight cases of COVID-19 and at least ...

                                               

Theodore Birkbeck

Born the son of Major-General Sir William Birkbeck and Mabel Shaw, Birkbeck was transferred from a Territorial Army commission into the Border Regiment on 17 November 1932. He saw action in operations against the Italian Army in Somaliland during ...

                                               

South Dakota (disambiguation)

South Dakota is a state in the United States. South Dakota may also refer to: University of South Dakota, a public coeducational research R2 university in Vermillion South Dakota Coyotes athletic teams representing the University of South Dakota ...

                                               

Case Jaundice

Case Jaundice is a Bengali comedy web series which has a very interesting concept. It is a series that has been made entirely during the lockdown period. Directed by Subhankar Chattopadhyay the web series and shorts shot during the lockdown perio ...

                                               

Billy Meeske

Billy Meeske was an Australian professional wrestler who was three-time Australian Heavyweight Champion and one time Pacific Coast Light Heavyweight Champion. He was an active professional wrestler from 1922 to 1938, and he was credited as being ...

                                               

Antiochus cylinder

The Antiochus cylinder is a devotional cylinder written in traditional Akkadian by Antiochus I Soter, circa 250 BCE. It is now located in the British Museum. The text has been translated as follows: Antiochus, the great king, the mighty king, kin ...

                                               

Hugh Borradaile

Borradaile was commissioned into the Devonshire Regiment on 30 August 1926. He commanded the 5th Battalion, the East Lancashire Regiment and then the 7th Battalion, the Somerset Light Infantry during the Normandy campaign in the Second World War. ...

                                               

Maurice Taylor (British Army officer)

Taylor was commissioned into the Royal Engineers on 2 May 1900. He saw action on the Western Front during First World War for which he was appointed a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order. After the war he became Deputy Director of Moveme ...

                                               

Hubert Isacke

Educated at The Kings School, Canterbury and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Isacke was commissioned into the Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment in 1892. He was wounded during the Siege of Malakand in 1897 and then saw action in the Secon ...

                                               

Fish Carrier (Ojageght)

Fish Carrier) was an Iroquois chief from the Cayuga people. He supported the Patriot cause in the American Revolution. He participated in the Wyoming Valley Massacre on the patriot side and the Battle of Newtown in 1779. During the Revolutionary ...

                                               

Muhammad Kisoki

Muhammad Dan Abdullahi, known as Muhammad Kisoki, was the ruler of the Hausa Sultanate of Kano from 1509 until his death in 1565. His reign was during the Rumfawa era of the Bagauda Dynasty and is one of the longest in the States history. Under K ...

                                               

Darkening

Darkening may refer to: Darkening of Tristram, an event taking place prior and during Diablo, during which the main antagonist Diablo tried to break free of his imprisonment and laid siege to the town of Tristram. It is also the name of the time- ...

                                               

Richard Ernest Dupuy

Colonel Richard Ernest Dupuy was a United States Army officer and military historian. Dupuy was a reporter with the New York Herald before his National Guard artillery unit was called up to serve in World War I. He transferred to the regular army ...

                                               

CSS J. A. Cotton

CSS J. A. Cotton was a Confederate sidewheel partial ironclad gunboat that was burned by her own crew in Bayou Teche off Brashear City, Louisiana, United States on 15 January 1863 to prevent her being captured by Union forces after she was badly ...

                                               

Jean-Baptiste de Mories de Castellet

Jean-Baptiste de Mories de Castellet was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence. He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati.

                                               

Siege of Breda

Siege of Breda or Capture of Breda may refer to: Siege of Breda 1624 by Ambrogio Spinola painted by Velazquez in The Surrender of Breda Siege of Breda 1793 by François Joseph Westermann during the War of the First Coalition Siege of Breda 1637 by ...

                                               

8 to Abolition

8 to Abolition is a police and prison abolition campaign created during the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020 following the killing of George Floyd.

                                               

Alissa Golob

Alissa Golob is a Canadian feminist activist who has campaigned for a pro-life platform in Canadian politics, and founded RightNow, the largest national anti-abortion coalition. She has been cited as a major force in Canadian politics, and the Sa ...

                                               

Pay it forward (disambiguation)

Pay it forward is an expression for describing the beneficiary of a good deed repaying the deed to others instead of to the original benefactor. Pay It Forward may also refer to: Pay It Forward film, a 2000 film based on the novel Pay It Forward ...