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Otto Heinrich Greve

Otto Heinrich Greve was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

Walther Hasemann

Walther Hasemann was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

Carlo Graaff

Graaff was a member of the German Bundestag from 4 July 1955, when he succeeded Robert Dannemann, until 8 May 1959 and from 1965 until his death in 1975. From 15 June 1972 until the end of the legislative period, he was Chairman of the Bundestags ...

Hedi Flitz

Hedi Flitz was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

Georg Kuhling

Georg Kuhling was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

Ross Poldark (novel)

Ross Poldark is the first of twelve novels in Poldark, a series of historical novels by Winston Graham. It was published in 1945. Ross Poldark is the protagonist of the novel. As the book opens, it is 1783. Poldark returns to Cornwall after servi ...

Kanta Kotal

Muhammad Kanta Kotal, also known as Kanta Kotal, was a Hausa Warrior and Military General who became the first King of Kebbi, now a state in Northern Nigeria. Kanta was the chief in charge of the Province of Kebbi, then under the Songhai Empire. ...

Elimar Freiherr von Furstenberg

Elimar Furstenberg was a German politician of the Christian Social Union in Bavaria and former member of the German Bundestag.

Wilhelm Fischer (politician)

Wilhelm "Willy" Fischer was a German politician from the Social Democratic Party and a former member of the German Bundestag.

Valentin Baur

Valentin Baur was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

Norbert Eimer

Eimer entered the German Bundestag in the 1976 federal elections via the FDP state list in Bavaria and was a member of the Bundestag throughout until 1994. Until 1987 he was a member of the committee for youth, family and health. From 1987 to 199 ...

Karl Geldner (politician)

He was a member of the German Bundestag from the 1965 to 1969 federal elections and from 26 January 1970, when he succeeded the late Albrecht Haas, until 1976. He had entered the parliament via the state list of the FDP Bavaria.

Herbert Christ (politician)

He was a member of the German Bundestag for one legislative period from 13 December 1972. He was elected via the state list of the FDP in Bavaria. In the Bundestag he was a full member of the committee for youth, family and health until September ...

Robert Dannemann

Robert Dannemann was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

Walter Drechsel

Walter Drechsel was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

Carl von Campe

He was a member of the German Bundestag from 23 January 1950, when he succeeded his late party friend Friedrich Klinge, until 8 January 1952. He resigned his mandate to become the first Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Chile.

Bernard Povel

Bernard Povel was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

Oskar Wackerzapp

Oskar Wackerzapp was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

Romanian colonisation of the Northern Carpathians

The Romanian Colonization of the Northern Carpathians was a wave of migration and settlement by the Romanian people of the Northern Carpathian Mountain region which spanned from the 13th to 16th centuries. Beginning in the 12th century, Romanian ...

Devonshire (disambiguation)

Devonshire Street in the City of Westminster, London Devonshire Parish, Bermuda Devonshire, Blackpool, a district of Blackpool, England Devonshire Street in Northridge, Los Angeles Devonshire, Dallas, a neighborhood of Dallas, Texas Devonshire st ...

Belgian heraldry

Belgian Heraldry is the form of coats of arms and other heraldic bearings and insignia used in the Kingdom of Belgium and the Belgian colonial empire but also in the historical territories that make up modern-day Belgium. Today, coats of arms in ...

Arno Behrisch

Arno Behrisch was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

Loupfourdon

Loupfourdon, also Latin: Lupfurdum and Greek: Λούπφουρδον, is a place name mentioned in the atlas Geography, which was compiled by Ptolemy around 150 AD. Up to now, it has not been possible to locate the place or to determine whether the name com ...

Bears in Ireland

The cave bear Ursus spelaeus lived in Ireland before going extinct c. 22.000 BC. The brown bear Ursus arctos lived in Ireland also, eating red deer, wild boar, Irish hare and Atlantic salmon. Bears in Ireland often hibernated in caves; several of ...

Domingo Tafoya House

The Domingo Tafoya House is a historic house located north of Albuquerque, New Mexico, in the unincorporated village of Alameda. The date of construction is unknown but it was probably built in the 1850s or earlier, possibly by Domingo Tafoya, wh ...

Milagiriya Grama Niladhari Division

Milagiriya Grama Niladhari Division is a Grama Niladhari Division of the Thimbirigasyaya Divisional Secretariat of Colombo District of Western Province, Sri Lanka. Kirilapone North, Visakha Vidyalaya, Bambalapitiya, Milagiriya, Majestic City, Bod ...

Emmy von Rhoden

Emilie Auguste Karoline Henriette Friedrich-Friedrich nee Kuhne, known by the pen name Emmy von Rhoden, was a German writer. She is best known for her novel Der Trotzkopf, one of the prototypes of the Backfischroman. It is considered an internati ...

Villedieu

Villedieu is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Villedieu-les-Poêles, in the Manche departement Les Villedieu, in the Doubs departement Villedieu, Vaucluse, in the Vaucluse departement Villedieu, Cote-dOr, in the Cote-dOr ...

Chortomlyk Sich

The Chortomlyk Sich is a Zaporozhian Sich founded by the Cossacks led by kish otaman Fedir Lutay in the summer of 1652 on the right bank of the Chortomlyk distributary of the Dnieper near modern village of Kapulivka. The Sich lasted until May 25, ...

St. Columbs Park

St. Columb’s Park is a 70-acre municipal park in Derry, Northern Ireland. The park is named after St. Columba, who is the citys patron saint. The park contains the ruins of a medieval church, an 18th century manor house, as well as many modern am ...

Watlington Park

Watlington Park is an English country house with its surrounding grounds of approximately 500 acres, located atop an escarpment in the Chiltern Hills, approximately 0.5 miles southwest of Christmas Common and 1.4 miles southeast of Watlington, Ox ...

Emmy Diemer-Nicolaus

Emmy DiemerNicolaus was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

Wolfram Bergerowski

Wolfram Bergerowski was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

Julie Rosch

Julie Rosch was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

Hubertus von Golitschek

Hubertus Golitschek was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

Habar Yoonis

The Habar Yoonis are a Somali clan, part of the larger Isaaq clan family. Members of this clan are concentrated in the northwestern Somaliland, autonomous and self declare independent region, officialy recognized as part of Somalia. Habar Yoonis ...

Nikola IX Frankopan

Nikola IX Frankopan was a Croatian magnate who served as Ban of Croatia from 1617 until 1622. He was a member of the Trzac branch of the Frankopan noble family.

Secession in Turkey

At the beginning of the 21st century, the Kurds remain the largest of the groups without their own statehood. The Treaty of Sevres between Turkey and Triple Entente 1920 provided for the creation of an independent Kurdistan. However, this agreeme ...

Blue Quill

Blue Quill was a 19th-century First Nations chief of the Cree people in what is now Alberta. Various locations, organizations and institutions are named for him:

Olafur Hjaltason

Olafurs father was Hjalti Arnkelsson, a carpenter in Holar. His date of birth is uncertain with some sources pointing to 1481 and 1484, but others centering on 1491 or 1492. Olafur grew up in Holar, studied in Bergen, Norway, and became a priest ...

Pedro Pablo Cazañas

Pedro Pablo Cazañas y Garcia was born December 5, 1902 in Matanzas, Cuba to Francisco E. Cazañas and Enriqueta Garcia Martin. His family was of considerable wealth and he was raised on their Buena Vista estate near Varadero. Cazañas would remain ...

Caroline Auguste Fischer

On her fathers side, Caroline Auguste Venturinis family was probably of Italian origin. Her father Karl Venturini 1735-1801 was a chamber musician at the ducal court in Braunschweig and her mother Charlotty, whose maiden name was Kochy, was the d ...

Madonna and Child with Saints (Annibale Carracci, 1593)

Madonna and Child with Saints, Madonna and Child Enthroned with the Infant St John the Baptist, St John the Evangelist and Saint Catherine of Alexandria or the San Giorgio Madonna is a 1593 oil on canvas painting by Annibale Carracci, originally ...

Moorfields, Bristol

Moorfields is an area of Bristol, England. It lies in the east of the city, east of Barton Hill, south of Easton and west of Redfield. The name is no longer in common use, and the area is now generally considered parts of Easton and Redfield. Moo ...

Sele Mill

Sele Mill is a 19th-century mill building in Hertford, England. It has been converted into apartments. A blue plaque on the building Plaque #30561 on Open Plaques. commemorates an earlier mill on the site, the countrys first paper mill.

Madame Palmyre

Madame Palmyre also called Mademoiselle Palmyre, was a French fashion designer couturier. Madame Palmyre was an established fashion designer during the July Monarchy. She enjoyed a successful career, and came to have an influential position withi ...

Madame Victorine

Madame Victorine, was a French fashion designer couturier. Madame Victorine was initially a student and business partner of the famous Madame Guerin, an elite milliner of the Bourbon Restoration. She was an established fashion designer during the ...

Madame Vignon

Madame Vignon also known as Madame Vignon-Chauvin, was a French fashion designer Couturier. Madame Vignon was an established fashion designer during the July Monarchy. She enjoyed a successful career, and came to have an influential position with ...

Corr Castle

Corr Castle is an L-plan tower house likely constructed sometime in the fifteenth century in Sutton, Dublin. The castle lies within the boundaries of Howth Demesne in the old townland of Correston, close to the townlands of Quarry and Burrow. The ...

Angela Tamagnini

Angela Tamagnini was a pioneer in the use of smallpox vaccination in Portugal. She also became famous for her role in resisting the French invasion of the city of Tomar in the Santarem District of Portugal during the Napoleonic Wars. Angela Tamag ...