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Vijay Kumar Berry

Brigadier Vijay Kumar Berry, MVC was an officer of the Indian Army, who served with the 4 Para. He was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra, Indias second highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy, during Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.

                                               

Harish Chandra Pathak

Major General Harish Chandra Pathak, MVC was an officer of the Indian Army, who served with the 8 Sikh. He was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra, Indias second highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy, during Battle of Basantar, Indo-Pakist ...

                                               

Drig Pal Singh

Lance Naik Drig Pal Singh MVC was a soldier in the Indian Army notable for his participation in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. He was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra posthumously, for bravery in action.

                                               

Brooke Nihart

Franklin Brooke Nihart was a highly decorated United States Marine Corps colonel. He was awarded the Navy Cross during the Korean War, and he later wrote the Code of Conduct and oversaw the development of several Marine Corps museums.

                                               

Harris W. Hollis

Lieutenant General Harris Whitton Hollis was a United States Army officer who served in World War II and the Vietnam War.

                                               

Vasily Kirey

Vasily Kirey was a Russian major general. Coronet General of the Army of the Ukrainian Peoples Republic. Brother of Ivan Kirey, Colonel of the Russian Army and foreman of the Ukrainian Peoples Army.

                                               

Geoffrey Haysom

David Haysom was a South African flying ace of World War II, credited with 6 kills. Haysome was born in Durban in 1917 and attended Durban High School before going onto Natal University College, obtaining a BSc. He intended to study medicine at E ...

                                               

Soviet deportations from Latvia

Soviet deportations from Latvia were a series of mass deportations by the Soviet Union from Latvia in 1941 and 1945–1951, in which around 60.000 inhabitants of Latvia were deported to inhospitable remote areas of the Soviet Union, which had occup ...

                                               

Early bishops of Jerusalem

The early Christian community of Jerusalem was led by a Council of Elders, and considered itself part of the wider Jewish community. This collegiate system of government in Jerusalem is seen in Acts 11:30 and 15:22. Eusebius of Caesarea provides ...

                                               

Dong He

Dong He, courtesy name Youzai, was an official and minister of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period of China. He originally served as Administrator of Yizhou under Liu Zhang, but surrendered to Liu Bei during Liu Beis takeover of ...

                                               

One More Dance

One More Dance is a song written by C. C. Carter. It is a satirical song about cynical lovers. It was first recorded by South African singer Miriam Makeba with Charles Colman for her debut album Miriam Makeba. Makeba performed the song live with ...

                                               

Waldemar Font

Waldemar Font Quintero is a Cuban former amateur boxer who won the World Amateur Championships as a flyweight at Tampere in 1993. While competing at the 1994 Goodwill Games, Font tested positive for the banned diuretic furosemide and had to forfe ...

                                               

Supervision (disambiguation)

Supervision is the act or instance of directing, managing, or oversight. Supervision may refer to: In Great Britain, especially at Cambridge University, "supervision" can mean a tutorial, that is, a meeting between a student or small group of stu ...

                                               

Sāriputrābhidharma

The Sāriputrābhidharma-sāstra is a Buddhist Abhidharma text of the Sthāvirāh Dharmaguptaka school, the only surviving Abhidharma from that school. It was translated into Chinese in thirty fascicles between 407 and 414 CE by the monks Dharmayasas ...

                                               

Werner Bohm

Werner Bohm, better known under his artist name Gottlieb Wendehals was a German singer and musician. Bohm was born in Torun in German-occupied Poland. In the late 1950s, he was the pianist with the "Cabinet Jazzmen" in Hamburg until the early 196 ...

                                               

Katha Solla Porom

Katha Solla Porom is a 2016 Indian Tamil-language comedy film directed by Kalyaan in his directorial debut. The film stars child actors Shibana, Raveena, Aravind Raghunath and Arjun in the lead roles with Aadukalam Naren and Vijayalakshmi in pivo ...

                                               

Ajay Ghosh

Ajay Ghosh acted in various Tamil and Telugu-language films before getting his breakthrough with Vetrimaarans Visaranai 2016. In the film, he plays a police inspector from Guntur. In a review of the film by The Times of India, the reviewer wrote ...

                                               

Mamakiki

Mamakiki is a 2020 Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy film starring Preetha Anandan, Ramesh Thilak, Maanas Chavali and Dev. The film released on Zee5 after being delayed for several years.

                                               

Mario Henrique Simonsen

Mario Henrique Simonsen was a Brazilian economist, who served as Brazils finance minister from 1974 to 1979. Simonsen was appointed Brazils finance minister by President Ernesto Geisel with instructions to reduce the countrys runaway inflation ra ...

                                               

Zhongtong

People Gen. Sun Zhongtong 孙忠同 ; 1944– of the Peoples Republic of China Company Zhongtong Bus 中通客车, Zhōngtōng Kechē, a Chinese bus company Places Zhongtong Township 中童镇 in Jiangxi Zhongtong Street Subdistrict 中同街街道 in the Weibin Dis ...

                                               

Mashallah Ajoudani

Mashallah Ajoudani was born in 1950 in Amol, Iran and he is a researcher, historian and author. He was for ten years a faculty member and lecturer at the University of Isfahan. He in 1987, he moved to London and the editor of "Fasl-e Ketab" publi ...

                                               

Yury Skokov

Yury Vladimirovich Skokov was a Russian politician who served as Secretary of the Security Council of Russia from 1992 to 1993.

                                               

Southern European Canadians

Southern European Canadians are Canadians of Southern European ancestry. Southern European Canadian people can usually trace back full or partial heritage to Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal, and other nations in, or ethnoculturally connected with, ...

                                               

Henry Davies

Henry Davies may refer to: Henry E. Davies judge 1805–1881, Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals, 1866–1867 Sir Henry Walford Davies 1869–1941, British composer Sir Henry Davies 1824–1902, British colonial official, Lieutenant Governor of ...

                                               

Charles Darling

Charles Darling may refer to: Charles Darling pool player, American artistic pool and trick shot world champion Charles Hial Darling 1859–1944, United States Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Henry Darling 1809–1870, British colonial govern ...

                                               

Wang Tong (philosopher)

Wang Tong, style name Zhongyan, posthumous name Master Wenzhong was a Sui Dynasty official, writer and Confucian philosopher.

                                               

The Sorcery Scare of 1768

A title coined by historian Philip Kuhn, the Chinese Sorcery Scare of 1768," refers to a series of events in which a number of masons and members of transient populations were charged with sorcery in central and eastern China, especially in the l ...

                                               

Killing Three Warriors with Two Peaches

Killing Three Warriors with Two Peaches is a historical story in ancient China. It was first recorded in Yanzi Chunqiu, and later evolved into an idiom, which means "to murder with a plan". The idiom comes from the 22nd chapter of Yanzi Chunqiu.

                                               

Yangzi (disambiguation)

Yang Xiong author, also known as Yangzi Master Yang, Han dynasty scholar Yang Zhu, also known as Yangzi Master Yang, ancient Chinese philosopher

                                               

Cai Weiweng

Cai Weiweng is a short story by Pu Songling first published in Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio. Set at the end of the Ming dynasty, the story follows the enigmatic title character who assists an army commander in training his troops.

                                               

Changping

Changping station Beijing Subway 昌平, a subway station on Changping line of Beijing Subway. Located in Beijing. Changping line 昌平线, a subway line of Beijing Subway Changping railway station Beijing 昌平, a railway station in Beijing. Changpin ...

                                               

Pingyang

Pingyang may refer to: Linfen, formerly known as Pingyang, prefecture-level city of Shanxi Pingyang County 平阳县, Wenzhou, Zhejiang Pingyang Township 平阳乡, Rongjiang County, Guizhou Princess Pingyang 平陽公主; d. 623, Chinese princess of the T ...

                                               

Joseph Schmitt (politician)

Joseph Schmitt was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Erwin Marschewski

He was a member of the German Bundestag from 29 March 1983 to 2005 six election periods and was elected via the state list of the Christian Democratic Union of Germany CDU in North Rhine-Westphalia. He was the chairman of the working group on dis ...

                                               

Gunther Sewald

Gunther Sewald was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Karl Kern

Karl Kern was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Hans Schmitz

Hans Schmitz was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Anton Hoppe

Anton Hoppe was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

August Neuburger

August Neuburger was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Carl Schroter (politician)

Carl Schroter was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Heinz Budde

Heinz Budde was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Franz WeiS (politician, born 1887)

Franz WeiS was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Hermann Gotz (politician, born 1914)

Hermann Gotz was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Hugo Mayer (politician, born 1899)

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

                                               

Panichatra

Panichatra is located under Madaripur Sadar upazila. Its total area is 16.61 acres.0746514 sq km. It is bounded on the south by Saidarbali, Mubarakdi and Kulpaddi, on the south-east by Kulpaddi, on the east by Mahisherchar, on the north by Char M ...

                                               

Count of Wylich and Lottum

Count of Wylich and Lottum may refer to: Carl Philipp, Reichsgraf von Wylich und Lottum 1650–1719, a Prussian field marshal Johann Christoph, Graf von Wylich und Lottum 1681–1727, a Prussian major-general Friedrich Wilhelm, Graf von Wylich und Lo ...

                                               

Talia gens

The gens Talia or Tallia was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. Hardly any members of this gens are mentioned by ancient writers, but several are known from inscriptions.

                                               

Lou Maranzana

Lou Maranzana is a former American football coach. He served as the head football coach at and Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania from 1989 to 1994, compiling a career college football coaching record of 26–38. He was an assistant coa ...

                                               

La Habra (disambiguation)

La Habra, California is a city in the northwestern corner of Orange County, California, United States. La Habra may also refer to: La Habra Stakes, an American Thoroughbred horse race for three-year-old fillies run at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, ...

                                               

1757 Tampa expedition

The 1757 Tampa expedition was an exploration into Tampa Bay and up the Hillsborough River led by Spanish Royal Navy captain Don Francisco Maria Celi. Documents produced during the trip include the first European-drawn map of the Tampa Bay, Florid ...