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1956 and Towards
Some of Cane's works are: January Garden ( 1926 ), Behind Dark Places ( 1930 ), And Pastures New ( 1956 ) and Snow Towards Evening ( 1974 ).
The London group of the Anarchist Federation also produced a set of pamphlets under the imprint of Stormy Petrel which includes The Friends of Durruti: Towards a Fresh Revolution ; A Brief Flowering of Freedom: The Hungarian Revolution 1956 ; Errico Malatesta: Anarchism and Violence ; and The Italian Factory Councils and The Anarchists.

1956 and Zero
After working at a number of jobs and writing part-time, he became a writer full-time during 1956, encouraged by the success of the CBC television drama, Flight into Danger ( in print as Runway Zero Eight ).
Four of his early novels were made into films: Snowbound ( 1948 ) from The Lonely Skier ( 1947 ), Hell Below Zero ( 1954 ) from The White South ( 1949 ), Campbell's Kingdom ( 1957 ) from the book of the same name ( 1952 ), and The Wreck of the Mary Deare ( 1959 ) also from the book of the same name ( 1956 ).
* Retour à zéro ( Back to Zero, 1956 )
Several action scenes, including the one where an A6M Zero slams into the's bridge, were taken from Away All Boats ( 1956 ); scenes of Doolittle's Tokyo raid at the beginning of the film are from Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo ( 1944 ).
Earlier in his writing career, Hailey also wrote Runway Zero Eight, which was a novelization of the television play Flight into Danger ( 1956 ) and later inspired the films Zero Hour!
The BARC and the Indian government has consistently maintained that the reactors are used for this purpose only: Apsara ( 1956 ; named by the then Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru when he likened the blue Cerenkov radiation to the beauty of the Apsaras ( Indra's court dancers ), CIRUS ( 1960 ; the " Canada-India Reactor " with assistance from Canada ), the now-defunct ZERLINA ( 1961 ; Zero Energy Reactor for Lattice Investigations and Neutron Assay ), Purnima I ( 1972 ), Purnima II ( 1984 ), Dhruva ( 1985 ), Purnima III ( 1990 ), and Kamini.

1956 and dramatised
Her wartime activities in German Occupied France were dramatised in the film Carve Her Name with Pride, starring Virginia McKenna and based on the 1956 book of the same name by R. J. Minney.
) This story has been dramatised many times: once for Alfred Hitchcock Presents, three times for the Suspense radio series ( Peter Lorre portrayed the main character in the first broadcast in 1943 ; the 1948 and 1956 broadcasts both starred Herbert Marshall ), as well as once for an episode of Tales of the Unexpected.

1956 and by
Its ground for this recommendation was that, while petitioner claimed before the local board August 17, 1956 ( as evidenced by its memorandum in his file of that date ), that he was devoting 100 hours per month to actual preaching, the headquarters of the Jehovah's Witnesses reported that he was no longer doing so and, on the contrary, had relinquished both his Pioneer and Bible Student Servant positions.
The United States Naval Observatory began the A. 1 scale 13 September 1956, using an Atomichron commercial atomic clock, followed by the NBS-A scale at the National Bureau of Standards, Boulder, Colorado.
Anti-Altaicists Gerard Clauson ( 1956 ), Gerhard Doerfer ( 1963 ), and Alexander Shcherbak argued that the words and features shared by Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic were for the most part borrowings and that the rest could be attributed to chance resemblances.
Braudel was editor of Annales from 1956 to 1968, followed by the medievalist Jacques Le Goff.
* In the 1956 epic film Helen of Troy, Agamemnon is played by Robert Douglas.
In 1956, he applied the same thinking to the Riemann – Roch theorem, which had already recently been generalized to any dimension by Hirzebruch.
* 1956 – Hudsonville-Standale Tornado: The western half of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan is struck by a deadly F5 tornado.
Hydroxyzine ( Atarax ) is an old antihistamine originally approved for clinical use by the FDA in 1956.
A successful musical comedy adaptation of the strip opened on Broadway at the St. James Theater on November 15, 1956 and had a long run of 693 performances, followed by a nationwide tour.
1956 saw the debut of the Bald Iggle, considered by some Abner enthusiasts to be the creative high point of the strip, as well as Mammy's revelatory encounter with the " Square Eyes " Family — Capp ’ s thinly-veiled appeal for racial tolerance.
* Andersonville ( novel ), Pulitzer Prize winning 1956 novel by MacKinlay Kantor
And in 1956, there were carried by the F3H-2M Demon and F7U Cutlass fighter aircraft.
The Penguin Edition of 1956 includes an Introduction by John Sparrow.
Paddy Chayefsky's Academy Award-winning Marty was the most notable examination of working class Bronx life was also explored by Chayefsky in his 1956 film The Catered Affair, and in the 1993 Robert De Niro / Chazz Palminteri film, A Bronx Tale, Spike Lee's 1999 movie Summer of Sam, centered in an Italian-American Bronx community, 1994's I Like It Like That that takes place in the predominately Puerto Rican neighborhood of the South Bronx, and Doughboys, the story of two Italian-American brothers in danger of losing their bakery thanks to one brother's gambling debts.
The term byte was coined by Dr. Werner Buchholz in July 1956, during the early design phase for the IBM Stretch computer.
This design was introduced by Japanese manufacturer Olfa Corporation in 1956 as the world's first snap-off blade and was inspired from analyzing the sharp cutting edge produced when glass is broken and how pieces of a chocolate bar break into segments.
Born in Ashington, Northumberland, Charlton made his debut for the Manchester United first-team in 1956, and over the next two seasons gained a regular place in the team, during which time he survived the Munich air disaster of 1958 after being rescued by Harry Gregg.
According to the Babylonian Chronicles, published by Donald Wiseman in 1956, it was established that Nebuchadnezzar captured Jerusalem the first time on 2 Adar ( 16 March ) 597 BC.
These tiny fragments turned up in a collection of Dead Sea Scrolls possessed by the Jordanian Government, and were first published by Milik in 1956.
Writing in 1956 John Stewart suggested that brochs were forts put up by a military society to scan and protect the countryside and seas.
Bob could draw " a thousand people on Monday night between 1950 and 1952, but he could not do that by 1956.
He continued to have hits through the rest of the 1950s and even the 1960s, including " Pretty Thing " ( 1956 ), " Say Man " ( 1959 ), and " You Can't Judge a Book by the Cover " ( 1962 ).
In addition to the many songs recorded by him, in 1956 he co-wrote, with Jody Williams, the pioneering pop song " Love Is Strange ", a hit for Mickey & Sylvia in 1957.

1956 and Gerald
He also had a minor role in Gerald Thomas's thriller Time Lock ( 1957 ) as a welder, appearing alongside Robert Beatty, Lee Patterson, Betty McDowall and Vincent Winter, which commenced filming on 1 December 1956 at Beaconsfield Studios.
UPA produced three follow-up McBoing-Boing shorts: Gerald McBoing-Boing's Symphony ( 1953 ), How Now Boing Boing ( 1954 ), and Gerald McBoing-Boing on the Planet Moo ( 1956 ), an Academy Award nominee.
In 1956, CBS created a half-hour Gerald McBoing-Boing Show, with well-known radio announcer Bill Goodwin narrating.
* Gerald Wheeler 1953 – 1956
In 1956, Steve Bosustow secured a CBS contract for UPA to produce a television series ( The Gerald McBoing Boing Show, 1956-57 ) that brought new talent to the studio, and a brand new energy emerged under the supervision of Bobe Cannon.
After his death in 1956 his two sons: Gerald ( father of Piers Flint-Shipman ) and Kenneth Shipman took contol of the studios with Kenneth later going on to form Alliance Film Distributors.
Gerald Raphael Finzi ( 14 July 1901 – 27 September 1956 ) was a British composer.
British tourists in particular are attracted through having read Gerald Durrell's evocative book My Family and Other Animals ( 1956 ), which describes his childhood on Kerkyra in the 1930s.
* Reitlinger, Gerald ( 1956 ).
* Gerald Joyce ( 1956 – ), scientist
Dorothy Violet Wellesley, Duchess of Wellington ( 30 July 1889 – 11 July 1956 ), styled Lady Gerald Wellesley between 1914 and 1943, was an English socialite, author, poet, and literary editor.
After his father's death in 1956, he helped his mother, Joy Finzi, to establish the Finzi Trust and sustain Gerald Finzi's reputation.
Even the footage of the ' first ' Australian TV broadcast with Bruce Gyngell on Channel 9, Sydney ( see image above ) is a fabrication — according to Gerald Stone the kinescope film of the actual Sep. 1956 broadcast was lost and the footage that exists today is a considerably more polished re-enactment, made a year later.
They took him to Switzerland, and then returned to the U. S. in 1934, with Gerald in Manhattan, where he ran Mark Cross, serving as president of the company from 1934 to 1956 ; he never painted again.
* Gerald L K Smith in 1956
Gerald R. Murray ( born January 18, 1956 ) was the 14th Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force.
British tourists in particular are attracted through having read Gerald Durrell's evocative book My Family and Other Animals ( 1956 ), which describes his childhood on Kerkyra in the 1930s.
Shortly after the 1948 Arab – Israeli War, the museum became a secondary headquarters of the Jordanian Department of Antiquities, headed by Gerald Lankester Harding until 1956.
Carter's 1976 electoral sweep of all the states of the former Confederacy except Virginia ( which he narrowly lost to Gerald Ford ) was the first time a Democrat ( excluding the third-party campaigns of George Wallace and Harry Byrd ) had swept the South since 1956, and would not be repeated again.
He coached 5 Olympic ( Wayne Glasgow and Marcus Freiberger of University of Oklahoma, 1952 ; Bill Evans, Ron Tomsic and Gib Ford of Air Force team, 1956 ) and three All-Americans ( Jimmy McNatt, 1940 ; Gerald Tucker, 1943, 1947 ; Allie Paine, 1944 )
A new elementary school was built near the base entrance in 1955 and was formally opened in May 1956 by former base commander, Colonel Richard Fellows and the school principal, Mr. Gerald Brennan.
The Black Sleep ( 1956 ) is an American black-and-white horror film, scripted by John C. Higgins from a story by Gerald Drayson Adams developed for producers Aubrey Schenck and Howard W. Koch, who had a four-picture finance-for-distribution arrangement with United Artists.

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