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Ligovka-Yamskaya Municipal Okrug

Ligovka-Yamskaya Municipal Okrug is a municipal okrug in Tsentralny District, one of the eighty-one low-level municipal divisions of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia. As of the 2010 Census, its population was 16.825, up from 14.740 reco ...

                                               

Liteyny Municipal Okrug

Liteyny Municipal Okrug is a municipal okrug of Tsentralny District of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia. Population: 44.864, 50.567. Okrug borders the Neva river in the North, Chernyshevskogo Prospekt and Vosstaniya street on the East, ...

                                               

Smolninskoye Municipal Okrug

Smolninskoye Municipal Okrug is a municipal okrug of Tsentralny District of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia. Population: 76.259, 90.337. Okrug borders the Neva river in the North and in the East, Nevsky prospect to the South, Chernyshe ...

                                               

Vladimirsky Municipal Okrug

Vladimirsky Municipal Okrug is a municipal okrug in Tsentralny District, one of the eighty-one low-level municipal divisions of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia. As of the 2010 Census, its population was 59.065, up from 57.213 recorded ...

                                               

Vasileostrovsky District

Vasileostrovsky District is a district of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia. As of the 2010 Census, its population: was 214.625, down from 236.856 recorded in the 2002 Census.

                                               

Lines of Vasilyevsky Island

Lines of Vasilyevsky Island линия "a line") is a group of streets in a part of downtown Saint Petersburg, Russia, and their mostly numeric names atypical for the rest of the modern Saint Petersburg.

                                               

Vasilyevsky Municipal Okrug

Vasilyevsky Municipal Okrug is a municipal okrug in Vasileostrovsky District, one of the eighty-one low-level municipal divisions of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia. As of the 2010 Census, its population was 32.236, down from 32.793 re ...

                                               

Krasnoye Selo

Krasnoye Selo is a municipal town in Krasnoselsky District of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia. It is located south-southeast of the city center. Population: 44.323, 44.081. It was founded in the early 18th century, as a suburban villag ...

                                               

Levashovo, Saint Petersburg

Levashovo is a municipal settlement under the administrative jurisdiction of Vyborgsky District of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia, and a station of the Riihimaki – Saint Petersburg Railway. Population: 3.665, 4.095. The station buildi ...

                                               

Pargolovo

Pargolovo is a municipal settlement in the Vyborgsky District of Saint Petersburg, Russia. Until the late 20th century, it was the citys northern suburb. The name derives from Parkola, a Karelian placename. Its population in 2010 was 15.852. Parg ...

                                               

Shushary, Saint Petersburg

Shushary is a municipal settlement in Pushkinsky District of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia, located on the slopes of the Pulkovo Heights. Population: 22.652, 15.843, 4.789. Shushary has gained importance in 1838 as the first railway ...

                                               

Haebangchon

Haebangchon, sometimes abbreviated as HBC, is a district of Yongsan-gu, in Seoul, South Korea. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods in central Seoul. It is also known as the neighborhood at the foot of Namsan. The neighborhoods close proximity t ...

                                               

College of Engineering, Ewha Womans University

The College of Engineering is one of eleven major academic divisions of the Ewha Womans University. Established in 1996 with four departments, Computer Science, Electronics Engineering, Environmental Science, and Architecture, the college current ...

                                               

Bankole Oki

Tanimoshe Bankole Oki was a Nigerian lawyer who was the Attorney-General of Lagos State from 1973 to 1975. He was a chairman of the Body of Senior Advocate of Nigeria and before his death was the oldest SAN.

                                               

I.A.S. Adewale

Ishawu Adio Sanni was a Nigerian lawyer and company director who was the first Lagos State Commissioner of Finance. He was born to a wealthy family in Lagos, his father was Sanni Adewale, who bore the title of Olori Killa Lagos, as head of the Mu ...

                                               

Mondo Mazwai

Mondo Mazwai is a South African legal practitioner. She is the first woman and black African to chair South Africa’s Competition Tribunal, a body set up under the Competition Act to adjudicate cases referred to it by the Competition Commission. O ...

                                               

Mxolisi Nxasana

Mxolisi Sandile Oliver Nxasana was the National Director of Public Prosecutions in South Africa, the head of the National Prosecuting Authority. In August 2013 he was appointed NDPP by President Jacob Zuma effective from 1 October 2013. After a p ...

                                               

Kabyle musket

The Kabyle musket or moukalla was a type of musket widely used in North Africa, produced by many native tribes and nations. Two systems of gunlock prevailed in Kabyle guns, one, which derived from Dutch and English types of snaphance lock, usuall ...

                                               

Southern Rhodesia Medal for War Service

The Southern Rhodesia Service Medal 1939–1945 was a campaign medal of the British Commonwealth. It was awarded to members of the Southern Rhodesia Defence Forces for home service during World War II.

                                               

Crocodile Armoured Personnel Carrier

The Crocodile Armoured Personnel Carrier or "Croc" is a Rhodesian armoured personnel carrier first introduced in 1977 and based on Japanese commercial trucks chassis. It remains in use with the Zimbabwe National Army.

                                               

Leopard security vehicle

The Leopard Security Vehicle is an unusual land-mine protected APC used by the Rhodesian Government and civilian population during the 1964-1979 Rhodesian Bush War. It offered basic but necessary protection against mine attack through the use of ...

                                               

Mamba Pistol

The Mamba is a semi-automatic pistol developed in Rhodesia and later produced in South Africa, intended for military and police duty. It is named after the mamba.

                                               

MAP45 Armoured Personnel Carrier

The MAP45 Armoured Personnel Carrier is a Rhodesian/Zimbabwean 4x4d heavy troop-carrying vehicle first introduced in 1978 based on a Mercedes-Benz truck chassis. It remains in use with the Zimbabwe National Army.

                                               

MAP75 Armoured Personnel Carrier

The MAP75 Armoured Personnel Carrier is a Rhodesian 4x4 heavy troop-carrying vehicle first introduced in 1978 based on a Mercedes-Benz truck chassis. It remains in use with the Zimbabwe National Army.

                                               

Mine Protected Combat Vehicle

The Mine Protected Combat Vehicle – MPCV was a Rhodesian 4×4 Infantry fighting vehicle, first introduced in 1979 and based on the body of the Mercedes-Benz Unimog light truck. It remains in use with the Zimbabwe National Army.

                                               

Army Commissar 2nd rank

Appointment to Army Comissar 2nd rank as to the disposal of the Central Executive Committee of the Soviet Union and the Council of Peoples Commissars CPC from November 20, 1935: Yan Karlovich Berzin 1889-1938 as to CPC disposal June 14, 1937, arr ...

                                               

Army General (Soviet rank)

Army general was a rank of the Soviet Union which was first established in June 1940 as a high rank for Red Army generals, inferior only to the marshal of the Soviet Union. In the following 51 years the Soviet Union created 133 generals of the ar ...

                                               

Fleet Flag Officer 1st rank

Komandarm 1st rank is the meaning of commanding of the Army 1st rank, and was a military rank in the Soviet Armed Forces of the USSR in the period from 1935 to 1940. It was also the designation to military personnel appointed to command an army g ...

                                               

Fleet Flag Officer 2nd rank

Komandarm 2nd rank is the abbreviation to Commanding officer of the Army 2nd rank, and was a military rank in the Soviet Armed Forces of the USSR in the period from 1935 to 1940. It was also the designation to military personnel appointed to comm ...

                                               

Flag Officer 1st rank

Komkor is the abbreviation for Corps Commander, and was a military rank in the Soviet Armed Forces of the USSR in the period from 1935 to 1940. It was also the designation for officers appointed to command a corps sized formation. Until 1940 it w ...

                                               

Marshal of the Soviet Union

Marshal of the Soviet Union was the highest military rank of the Soviet Union. The title of Marshal of the Soviet Union was established in 1935 and abolished in 1991, and forty-one people held this rank. The equivalent naval rank was until 1955 A ...

                                               

Red Army man

Red Army man was the lowest military rank in the Red Army of the Soviet Union from 1935 to 1946, roughly equivalent to NATO OR-1. Before 1935, it also referred to the position held by Red Army enlisted personnel. 30 Nov 1917, after the October re ...

                                               

Emergency Response Unit (Cyprus)

The Emergency Response Unit) is a unit of the Cyprus Police, the national police of the Republic of Cyprus. The mission and responsibilities of the Emergency Response Unit are closely interwoven with the security of the State, the maintenance of ...

                                               

Special Deployment Commando

Spezialeinsatzkommandos are police tactical units of each of the 16 German State Police forces. With the Mobile Operational Units and the Negotiation Teams they are part of the police Special Forces of each state. Largely unrecognized media and t ...

                                               

Bundesbank bunker

The Bundesbank bunker was the German central banks bunker in Cochem for the preservation of an emergency currency. From 1964 to 1988, the Deutsche Bundesbank stored up to 15 billion marks in the top-secret facility, to protect West Germany from a ...

                                               

Historischer Kunstbunker

The Historische Kunstbunker is a tunnel complex under Nuremberg Castle in the old city of Nuremberg. It forms part of the Nuremberg Historic Mile. In the Middle ages, was built in the hard Sandstone of the castle the network of rock passages. In ...

                                               

Fort Henry (bunker)

Fort Henry is a Grade II listed World War Two observation bunker overlooking Studland Bay, in Dorset. It was built to defend the bay in 1943 from possible German invasion along with other beach defences such as gun emplacements, Type 25 pill boxe ...

                                               

Commander-in-Chief, Devonport

The Commander-in-Chief, Devonport was a senior Royal Navy appointment first established in 1845. The office holder was the Port Admiral responsible for the command and administration of the Devonport Station. The appointment continued until 1900 ...

                                               

Arsiyah

Arsiyah was the name used for a group of Muslim mercenaries in the service of the Khazar Khaganate. Whether the Arsiyah were a single tribe or composed of Muslims from a number of different tribes is unclear. Also unclear is their origin, many hi ...

                                               

Admiral Petre Barbuneanu-class corvette

The Admiral Petre Barbuneanu -class corvette is a class of corvettes in service with the Romanian Naval Forces. Only two corvettes out of a total of four are still in service. This class of corvettes has been replaced by rear Admiral Eustațiu Seb ...

                                               

Blas de Lezo-class cruiser

The Blas de Lezo -class cruisers were a group of two cruisers built for the Spanish Navy in the 1920s. The ships were ordered in 1915 but construction proceeded slowly due to materials shortages during World War I. The ships were built by Socieda ...

                                               

Canarias-class cruiser

The Canarias class was a class of heavy cruiser of the Spanish Navy. Two ships of the class were completed in the 1930s. They were built in Spain by the Vickers-Armstrongs subsidiary Sociedad Española de Construccion Naval upon a British design, ...

                                               

CZ 85

The CZ 85 is a semi-automatic pistol chambered for 9×19mm Parabellum. It was manufactured in Czechoslovakia, now the Czech Republic Česka Zbrojovka. It is an updated version of the CZ 75, with small changes to internal components to improve relia ...

                                               

CZ 511

The CZ 511 is a semi-automatic.22 LR rifle made by Česka Zbrojovka Uhersky Brod at the Česka Zbrojovka Strakonice factory in Strakonice, Czech Republic. They had stopped selling the rifle to the United States at one point, but there became a high ...

                                               

CZ 700 sniper rifle

The CZ 700 is a bolt-action sniper rifle or hunting rifle designed and manufactured in the Czech Republic by the Česka zbrojovka Uhersky Brod company. He is currently replaced by the CZ 750 model.

                                               

ČZ vz. 38

The vz. 38 is a semi-automatic pistol manufactured from 1939 until 1945 chambered in.380 ACP. The barrel is attached to the frame by a hinge, allowing for very easy disassembly. Certain aspects of the pistol are covered by Czechoslovakian patent ...

                                               

Krnka

A Krnka may be referred to any variant of a pistol designed by Karel Krnka, a late 19th century designer from Bohemia, or the rifle designed by his father Sylvester Krnka for the Russian military.

                                               

Pistole vz. 22

The pistole vz. 22 was the first Czech Army pistol of the inter-war period. It was a licensed version of the Mauser Model 1914 pistol produced in small numbers. Slovakia seized over seven thousand vz. 22s when it declared its independence from Cz ...

                                               

Pistole vz. 24

The pistole vz. 24 was the standard Czech Army pistol of the inter-war period. It was an improved version of the pistole vz. 22, which had been licensed from Mauser. Slovakia seized over ten thousand vz. 24s when it declared its independence from ...

                                               

Series HOLEK

Holek is brand of revolvers made by Czech company ALFA - PROJ. Lightweight and reliable thanks to the combination of light alloy frame and steel barrel. It is used by the Czech police as a backup weapon.