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Donald Butterworth

Butterworth was commissioned into the North Staffordshire Regiment on 23 February 1915 during the First World War. As commanding officer of the 2nd Battalion the North Staffordshire Regiment, Butterworth was sent to France shortly after the outbr ...

                                               

Catholic Apostolic Church (disambiguation)

Catholic Apostolic Church may refer to: Irish Orthodox Catholic and Apostolic Church, founded by the independent bishop Michael Cox Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church, an independent Catholic church established in 1945 by Brazilian excommunicate ...

                                               

Dac-am plecat, Ardealule, din tine

Dac-am plecat, Ardealule, din tine is a Romanian patriotic song. It is also simply known as "Ardealul". It appeared after the cession of Northern Transylvania to Hungary in 1940. At the time, Romania was also forced to give up Bessarabia, Norther ...

                                               

George Abu Wemah

George Abu Wemah was Ghanaian diplomat. He served as Ghanas ambassador to Upper Volta from 1961 to 1964, Ghanas ambassador to Bulgaria from 1964 to 1966, Ghanas high Commissioner to the United Arab Republic from 1966 to 1969, and Ghanas ambassado ...

                                               

Class 70

Class 70 may refer to: United Kingdom UK Rail vehicles British Rail Class 70 electric, electric locomotives built by the Southern Railway in the 1940s. British Rail Class 70 diesel, GE Transportation "Powerhaul" diesel locomotives. DR Class 70.61 ...

                                               

Alexander Gallus

Alexander Stephen Gallus is a pioneering medical researcher in haemostasis and thrombosis, the son of archaeologist Sandor Gallus, and the husband of former Australian politician Chris Gallus. He is Emeritus Professor, Flinders University, former ...

                                               

Westmeath county football team

The Westmeath county football team represents Westmeath in mens Gaelic football and is governed by Westmeath GAA, the County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The team compete in the three major annual inter-county competitions; the All-I ...

                                               

Hugh Hibbert (British Army officer)

Born the son of Rear-Admiral Hugh Thomas Hibbert, Hibbert was commissioned into the Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry on 17 September 1913 shortly before the start of the First World War. He was deployed to eastern Norway in April 1940 and saw a ...

                                               

Yehudah Jacobs

Rabbi Yehudah Jacobs was a mashgiach ruchani in Beth Medrash Govoha, the largest yeshiva located outside of Israel and the second to largest yeshiva in the world, second only to the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem.

                                               

W. E. Mauger House

The W. E. Mauger House is a historic Queen Anne style home in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was built around 1896 by Maude Goodlander and Martha Talbott, but is most closely associated with William and Brittania Mauger, who owned it from 1907 to 19 ...

                                               

Aleksandr Wegierki Drama Theatre in Bialystok

The Aleksander Wegierko Drama Theatre in Bialystok is a repertory theatre in Bialystok, established in 1938. It was founded by actor Aleksander Wegierko.

                                               

Planica 1950

Planica 1950 was an International ski flying week with four competitions held from 12 - 19 March 1950 in Planica, PR Slovenia, FPR Yugoslavia. A total over 50.000 people has gathered in the whole week.

                                               

Jean Presset

Jean Presset was a Swiss footballer who played in the 1940s and 1950s as goalkeeper. Even during his active football career he focused on the youth football training of several clubs, these were FC Lausanne-Sport, FC Basel and BSC Young Boys. Aft ...

                                               

Aleksandr Korobkov

Aleksandr Andreyevich Korobkov was a Red Army major general who command the 4th Army in the early stages of the Axis invasion of the Soviet Union.

                                               

2020 ACB Playoffs

The 2020 ACB Playoffs, also known as 2020 Liga Endesa Playoffs for sponsorship reasons, was the postseason tournament of the ACBs 2019–20 season, which began on 24 September 2019. The playoffs started on 17 June 2020 and ended on 30 June 2020 wit ...

                                               

Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996

Austria participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996 with the song "Weils dr guat got," performed by George Nussbaumer and co-written by Nussbaumer and Mischa Krausz. It made it past the audio-only preselection and competed in the live final, ...

                                               

Robert Lugn

Major General Per Erik Robert Lugn was a Swedish Army officer. His senior commands include Chief of the Army Staff and the General Staff Corps and the Chief of Home Guard.

                                               

Sindon

Sindon may refer to: burial shroud, especially the one used for the burial of Jesus see Shroud of Turin Sindon cloth, a type of fine muslin fabric; by extension also an item of this fabric wads or rolls of such cloth formerly used in filling open ...

                                               

Hans Rasmussen (trade unionist)

Hans Rasmussen was a Danish trade union leader and politician. Born in Odense, Rasmussen became a machine operator, and joined the Danish Blacksmith and Machine Workers Association, becoming its general secretary in 1935. In 1944, he moved to the ...

                                               

Harriet Idola Exline Frizzell

Harriet Idola Exline Frizzell, also known as Mrs. Donald Leslie Frizzell was an American arachnologist. She was the first woman ever to receive the Sterning Fellowship at Yale.

                                               

Irish Dunlop Tournament

The Irish Dunlop Tournament was a professional golf tournament played in Ireland until 1980. It was one of the top events on the professional circuit in Ireland. Prior to World War II, it was a 72-hole stroke play event known as the Dunlop-Irish ...

                                               

Strawberries and Cream Tree

The Strawberries and Cream Tree is a graft hybrid cherry tree in Backwell, North Somerset, England. Planted on council land in the 1950s, it is noted for producing two distinct colours of blossom, pink blossom on one side of the tree and white on ...

                                               

Oaks Historic District

Oaks Historic District or variations may refer to: in the United States by state then city Boulevard Oaks Historic District, Houston, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Texas Bonnie Oaks Historic District, Briggsville, Wisconsin, listed on the NRHP in ...

                                               

Operation Formation Star

Operation Formation Star was the code name for the emergency re-deployment of U.S. Seventh Fleet warships to the Sea of Japan off the eastern coast of North Korea following that countrys seizure of the USS Pueblo in international waters on 23 Jan ...

                                               

James F. Lawrence Jr.

James Fugate Lawrence Jr. was a highly decorated United States Marine Corps brigadier general. He was awarded the Navy Cross during the Korean War and later became the first Marine lawyer general officer.

                                               

Mohsen Ibrahim

Mohsin Ibrahim, kunya Abu Khaled, was a Lebanese politician. He was a prominent personality of the Lebanese and Arab left. Initially a Nasserist nationalist, he later turned to Marxism and became the leader of the Communist Action Organization in ...

                                               

1948 in Belgium

1 January – Benelux Customs Convention comes into force. 8 October – Agreement of Belgium and Luxembourg with the United States for exchanges under the Fulbright Program. 29 May – Alfred De Taeyes bill to incentivise the building of new homes pas ...

                                               

2020 Nobel Peace Prize

Tasked with reviewing nominations from September of the previous year through February 1 and ultimately selecting the Prize winners, the Norwegian Parliament-appointed members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee at the time of the 2020 prize were li ...

                                               

Stefan Kesten

Stefan Kesten was born as Salomon Kestenbaum in Warsaw. He had French citizenship from May 1940. Stefan Kesten was one of Frances leading chess players in early 1950. He was a chess propagandist at the Cafe de la Regence and at the luxurious priv ...

                                               

M52

M52, M/52 or M-52 may refer to: Miles M.52, a 1942 British supersonic jet project BMW M52, a 1994 automobile piston engine MEMS M-52/60, a submachine gun M-52 Michigan highway M52 rifle grenade M52, a Metrobus route in Sydney, Australia M/52 rifl ...

                                               

KK Pirot

Kosarkaski klub Pirot, commonly referred to as KK Pirot, is a mens professional basketball club based in Pirot, Serbia. They are currently competing in the Basketball League of Serbia.

                                               

Louis Schenker

Louis Schenker was a Swiss footballer. He mainly played as midfielder, but also played as a striker. Schenker joined Basels first team in their 1947–48 season. After playing in two test games he played his domestic league debut for the club in th ...

                                               

1951 in Belgium

18 April – Treaty of Paris signed, establishing the European Coal and Steel Community with Belgium as a member. 17 July – Baudouin of Belgium sworn in as king. 16 July – Royal Question culminates with the formal abdication of King Leopold III 5 D ...

                                               

Michael Halford

Halford was commissioned into the York and Lancaster Regiment on 30 August 1934. He served as commanding officer of the Hallamshire Battalion of the York and Lancaster Regiment during the Italian campaign of the Second World War for which he was ...

                                               

Republic of the Congo (disambiguation)

Republic of the Congo may refer to: Republic of the Congo, the country also known as Congo-Brazzaville 1960–present Peoples Republic of the Congo, a socialist state in the Republic of the Congo 1969–1992 Simba rebellion, a rival "peoples republic ...

                                               

William Yakutumba

William Amuri Yakutumba is the leader of the National Coalition of the People for the Sovereignty of Congo, an anti-government rebel coalition fighting in the Kivu Conflict. Yakutumba has been involved in armed mobilization since 1996, fighting f ...

                                               

Paul Bernier

Paul Bernier was a Canadian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in the Archdiocese of Quebec and international organization, served briefly in the diplomatic service of the Holy See, and then as Bishop of Gaspe from 1957 to 1964.

                                               

James "Radio" Kennedy

James "Radio" Kennedy was an American man with an intellectual disability who was known for his association with the T. L. Hanna High School football team in Anderson, South Carolina. He first gained prominence in 1996 when Gary Smith wrote an ar ...

                                               

Ani Abbas Manopo

Ani Abbas Manopo was the first Indonesian woman to receive a law degree. She completed her studies at the College of Law in Batavia. She would go on to practice law in Sumatra and become dean of faculties at the University of North Sumatra and th ...

                                               

Pieter De Bruyne

In 1953, De Bruyne graduated as an interior architect at the Sint-Lucas School in Brussels. In 1955–56 and 1957, he participated in the salons of modern social furniture in Ghent, and in 1958, he received the" Golden Mark”. At this time, De Bruyn ...

                                               

Trade unions in the Faroe Islands

Trade unions in the Faroe Islands represent most workers in the country. The largest unions are: Samtak is a federation of blue collar workers with 5.600 members. The member unions are the Faroe Islands Workers Association Foroya Arbeidarafelag, ...

                                               

SS Smolensk (1944)

Smolensk was a Hansa A Type cargo ship which was built as Gunther in 1944 by Neptun AG, Rostock, Germany for Hamburg South Amerika Line. She was seized as a prize of war in 1945, passing to the Ministry of War Transport and renamed Empire Galashi ...

                                               

SS Kazan

Kazan was a Hansa A Type cargo ship which was built as Elmenhorst in 1943 by Van Vliet & Co, Hardinxveld, Netherlands for Godeffroy & Co, Hamburg, Germany. She was seized as a prize of war in 1945, passing to the Ministry of War Transport and ren ...

                                               

Waterford county football team

The Waterford county football team represents Waterford in mens Gaelic football and is governed by Waterford GAA, the County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The team compete in the three major annual inter-county competitions; the All-I ...

                                               

Seoul Peace Market

Seoul Peace Market was an area in Cheonggyecheon area in Seoul, South Korea. In 1960s and 1970s it was known as a site of numerous sweatshops, criticized for poor working conditions. On November 13, 1970, Jeon Tae-il, a Korean worker, committed s ...

                                               

BC Kibirkstis

BC VIČI-Aistes Kaunas was a Lithuanian womens basketball club based in Kaunas. Before ceasing operations due to financial difficulties, the team was the most titled womens basketball club in Lithuania.

                                               

The Most Beautiful Month

The Most Beautiful Month is a 1968 French comedy drama film directed by Guy Blanc and starring Georges Geret, Michel Galabru and Muriel Baptiste.

                                               

Ion Pop

Ion Pop was a Romanian footballer who played as a right defender. After he retired from playing football he worked for almost 30 years at Rapid București, mainly at the teams youth center where he taught and formed generations of players, which i ...

                                               

Island of the Lost

Island of the Lost is a 1967 American adventure film directed by John Florea and starring Richard Greene, Luke Halpin and Irene Tsu. It was shot on location in The Bahamas and Palm Beach Gardens in Florida.

                                               

My Father, the Ape and I

My Father, the Ape and I is a 1971 Austrian-West German comedy film directed by Franz Antel and starring Gerhart Lippert, Mascha Gonska, Paul Lowinger. The films sets were designed by the art director Nino Borghi.