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* Richard Doherty, ' The Williamite War in Ireland 1688 – 1691 ', Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1998.
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Richard and Doherty
Well-known Australian classical performers include: sopranos Dame Joan Sutherland, Dame Joan Hammond, Joan Carden, Yvonne Kenny, Sara Macliver and Emma Matthews ; pianists Roger Woodward, Eileen Joyce, Michael Kieran Harvey, Geoffrey Tozer, Geoffrey Douglas Madge, Leslie Howard and Ian Munro ; guitarists John Williams and Slava Grigoryan ; horn player Barry Tuckwell ; oboist Diana Doherty ; violinists Richard Tognetti and Elizabeth Wallfisch ; cellists John Addison and David Pereira ; organist Christopher Wrench ; orchestras like the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the Australian Chamber Orchestra and the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra ; and conductors Sir Bernard Heinze, Sir Charles Mackerras, Richard Bonynge, Simone Young and Geoffrey Simon.
Doherty denies any historical value of the Acts of the Apostles, and refers to works by John Knox, Joseph B. Tyson, J. C. O ' Neill, Burton L. Mack and Richard Pervo in dating Acts into the 2nd century and regarding it as largely based on legend.
George W. Bush, Tony Blair, Tony Blair James Bond, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig, Ozzy Osbourne, Sir Patrick Moore, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Victor Meldrew and Richard Wilson, Brian Sewell, Fourth Doctor ( Tom Baker ), Tenth Doctor ( David Tennant ), Brian Perkins, Simon Cowell, Master Yoda ( on radio )), Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, David Beckham, Chris Tarrant, William Hague, Simon Schama, Russell Crowe & Maximus Decimus Meridius, Ricky Gervais, Michael Buerk, Sir Trevor McDonald ( on television ), George Lucas, Jeremy Clarkson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sir Alan Sugar, David Frost, Ross Kemp, Eminem, Gordon Ramsay, Judge John Deed, Terry Wogan, John Humphrys, Rolf Harris, Charlotte Church ( on radio ), Jonathan Ross, Dale Winton, Jon Pertwee, Chris Eubank, Frank Bruno ( on radio ), Richard Whiteley, Morgan Freeman, Bono, Homer Simpson ( on radio ), John Craven, Griff Rhys Jones, Billy Connolly, Nick Ross, Senator John Edwards, Phil Spencer, Robbie Williams, John Motson, Gary Lineker ( on radio ), Jack Bauer, Dermot Murnaghan, Johnny Vegas, Shane Richie, Liam Gallagher, Captain Jack Sparrow, Jar Jar Binks, Doctor Octopus, José Mourinho, Hugh Laurie & Dr Gregory House, James Blunt, Alex Turner, Noel Edmonds, Justin Lee Collins, Jamie Cullum, Jamie Oliver, Wolverine, Ian Hislop, Jeremy Kyle, Wayne Rooney, Gordon Brown, Michael Owen, Jack Johnson, Captain Jack Harkness, Pete Doherty, Ewan McGregor, Peter Andre, Robin Hood, James Nesbitt, Michael Pike
* Doherty, Richard, None Bolder: The History of the 51st Highland Division in the Second World War Spellmount, 2006.
In 1917, while governor, Edge had made an enemy of William P. Verdon, Republican leader of Hudson County, when Edge refused to appoint the man Verdon wanted as Hudson County prosecutor, Richard Doherty.
* The Thin Green Line The History of the Royal Ulster Constabularly GC, Richard Doherty, published by Pen & Sword Books – ISBN 1-84415-058-5
Other players who left were: Iain Balshaw, Chris Bell, Gordon Bulloch, Danny Care, Andy Craig, David Doherty, Dan Hyde, Mark McMillan, Tom Palmer, Richard Parks, Roland Reid, Gordon Ross, David Rees, Roland De Marigny, Scott Morgan, Chris Murphy and Nathan Thomas.
* Irish Winners of the Victoria Cross ( Richard Doherty & David Truesdale, 2000 ISBN 1-85182-442-1 )
Richard Skinner, Tommy Vance, Gordon Loncaster, Selena Harrington, Bernard Doherty, Alice Cooper and Guy Jagger.
Richard and Williamite
Martyn was descended from Richard Óge Martyn ( c. 1604-1648 ), a leading Irish Confederate, and Oliver Óge Martyn ( c. 1630-c. 1709 ), a Jacobite who fought in the Williamite War in Ireland.
Nevertheless, a Jacobite force under Richard Hamilton routed a Protestant Williamite militia in an encounter at Dromore, County Down ( known as the Break of Dromore ) on 14 March 1689 and occupied eastern Ulster.
Richard and War
Richard Peters, Secretary of the Board of War, thought Morgan was so extreme on the subject that he accused him of trying to pick a quarrel.
* 1970 – Vietnam War: U. S. President Richard M. Nixon formally authorizes American combat troops to fight communist sanctuaries in Cambodia.
However, in the same poll, when respondents were asked to name the worst president since World War II, Clinton was placed number three behind Richard Nixon and George W. Bush.
* Civil War battles in Cornwall, 1642 to 1646 by Richard Holmes, ( Mercia, 1989 ) ISBN 0-948087-32-3
Although he presided over a large majority, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman was overshadowed by his ministers, most notably Herbert Henry Asquith at the Exchequer, Edward Grey at the Foreign Office, Richard Burdon Haldane at the War Office and David Lloyd George at the Board of Trade.
In the Victory At Sea suite, Richard Rodgers wrote " Beneath The Southern Cross " to depict the battleships in convoy and the loneliness of the sailors in the Southern Pacific during World War II.
* 1972 – Vietnam War: President Richard Nixon announces that the United States will engage North Vietnam in Operation Linebacker II, a series of Christmas bombings, after peace talks collapsed with North Vietnam on the 13th.
* 1940 – World War II: Operation Compass – British and Indian troops under the command of Major-General Richard O ' Connor attack Italian forces near Sidi Barrani in Egypt.
* 1973 – Cold War: Following President Richard Nixon's visit to the People's Republic of China, the two countries agree to establish liaison offices.
: Watchmen ( 2009 ) ( set in an alternative version of history in which Richard Nixon went up for a third term and the United States won the Vietnam War due to the intervention of superheroes )
Invented by Richard Gatling, it is known for its use by the Union forces during the American Civil War in the 1860s, which was the first time it was employed in combat.
Following a suggestion by Sir Richard Threlfall, the United States Navy sponsored three small experimental helium plants during World War I.
* 1973 – Vietnam War: Citing progress in peace negotiations, President Richard Nixon announces the suspension of offensive action in North Vietnam.
* 1969 – Vietnam War: U. S. President Richard Nixon declares the Nixon Doctrine, stating that the United States now expects its Asian allies to take care of their own military defense.
* 1969 – Vietnam War: US President Richard Nixon makes an unscheduled visit to South Vietnam and meets with President Nguyen Van Thieu and U. S. military commanders.
Ultimately, it failed to solve many of the problems with which it was centrally concerned, and after the Second World War, its doctrines increasingly came under attack by thinkers such as Nelson Goodman, Willard Van Orman Quine, J. L. Austin, Peter Strawson, Hilary Putnam, and Richard Rorty.
* 1972 – Vietnam War – U. S. President Richard Nixon announces his order to place mines in major North Vietnamese ports in order to stem the flow of weapons and other goods to that nation.
* Richard Edes Harrison produced a striking series of maps during and after World War II for Fortune magazine.
* 1971 – Vietnam War: as part of Vietnamization, US President Richard M. Nixon sets February 1, 1972 as the deadline for the removal of another 45, 000 American troops from Vietnam.
* 1944 – Soviet spy Richard Sorge, a half-Russian, half-German World War I veteran, is hanged by his Japanese captors along with 34 of his ring.
* 1973 – The U. S. Congress overrides President Richard M. Nixon's veto of the War Powers Resolution, which limits presidential power to wage war without congressional approval.