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* Weigley, Russell F ( 1991 ).
If it had been, Warren concluded that, “ Britain ’ s world dominance of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries had vanished ; the Royal Navy, although more powerful than ever, no longer ruled the waves .” Military historian Russell Weigley concurs in Warren ’ s analysis and adds:
* Weigley, Russell F., A Great Civil War.
* Weigley, Russell.
* Russell F. Weigley et al.
* Weigley, Russell F. Quartermaster General of the Union Army: A Biography of M. C.
# Russell Weigley, The age of battles: the quest for decisive warfare from Breitenfeld to Waterloo.
* Weigley, Russell.
Russell Frank Weigley ( WY-glee ), PhD, was the Distinguished University Professor of History at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and a noted military historian.

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* Weigley, Russel F., A Great Civil War: A Military and Political History, 1861-1865, Indiana University Press, 2000, ISBN 0-253-33738-0

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Weigley was born in Reading, Pennsylvania on July 2, 1930.
After receiving his degree, Weigley taught at Penn from 1956 to 1958, and from 1958 to 1962 at Drexel University.
Weigley was awarded a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, 1969-70.
In recognition of his scholarly achievements, Weigley was named Distinguished University Professor at Temple in 1985.
Weigley died in Philadelphia on March 3, 2004 of a heart attack.
He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Emma Seifrit Weigley, his son Jared, and his daughter Catherine.

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In 1909, Frederick F. Russell, a U. S. Army physician, developed an American typhoid vaccine and two years later his vaccination program became the first in which an entire army was immunized.
Shortly after eight o ' clock on the morning of 29 January 1860, F A R Russell and three other people saw an alleged transit of an intra-Mercurial planet from London.
He states: " And yet, even the elementary form that Russell < sup > 9 </ sup > gave to the set-theoretic antinomies could have persuaded them König, Jourdain, F. Bernstein that the solution of these difficulties is not to be sought in the surrender of well-ordering but only in a suitable restriction of the notion of set ".
* Russell, F. W.
Russell Cave was declared a National Monument in May 1961 by President John F. Kennedy.
* Andy and John Hillstrand, captains of the F / V Time Bandit crab boat on the television series Deadliest Catch, and Russell Newberry, who was a deckhand on several boats on the program.
The hottest temperature recorded in Russell was 114 ° F ( 46 ° C ) in 1980 ; the coldest temperature recorded was-24 ° F (- 31 ° C ) in 1989.
Bohemond also appears in the historical novel Silver Leopard by F. Van Wyck Mason ( 1955 ), the short story " The Track of Bohemond " in the collection The Road of Azrael by Robert E. Howard ( 1979 ), and in the fantastical novel Pilgermann by Russell Hoban ( 1983 ).
In 1923 Anna Christie was adapted by Bradley King for a film and directed by John Griffith Wray and Thomas H. Ince with stars Blanche Sweet, William Russell, George F. Marion and Eugenie Besserer.
* Forever Mame: The Life of Rosalind Russell by Bernard F. Dick
Writers in the United States such as F. Scott Fitzgerald and Anita Loos and illustrators such as Russell Patterson, John Held, Jr., Ethel Hays and Faith Burrows popularized the flapper look and lifestyle through their works, and flappers came to be seen as attractive, reckless, and independent.
Around 1910, Spare illustrated The Starlit Mire, a book of epigrams written by two doctors, James Betram and F. Russell, in which his illustrations once more displayed his interest in the abnormal and the grotesque.
* Dynes, Russell & Enrico L. Quarantelli, " What Looting in Civil Disturbances Really Means ," in Modern Criminals 177 ( James F. Short, Jr. ed.
Notable contributors have included Albert Einstein, Albert J. Nock, Franz Boas, Patrick Buchanan, Martin Luther King Jr., Bertrand Russell, Barbara Garson, H. L. Mencken, Gore Vidal, Edward Said, Arthur Danto, Christopher Hitchens, Hunter S. Thompson, Langston Hughes, Ralph Nader, James Baldwin, Kai Bird, Clement Greenberg, Tom Hayden, Daniel Singer, I. F.
* Alfred F. Russell, tenth president
Three authors who specifically used the marsh as settings for their works were E. F. Benson, author of the Mapp and Lucia novels ; Russell Thorndike, author of the Doctor Syn novels ; and the children's writer Monica Edwards, author of the Romney Marsh books in which Rye Harbour becomes " Westling ", Rye is renamed " Dunsford ", and Winchelsea is known as " Winklesea ".
* Russell, D. F., L. A. Wilkens, and F. Moss.
Journalist I. F. Stone and philosopher Bertrand Russell strongly influenced Gravel in their willingness to challenge assumptions and oppose social convention and political authority.
Over the years, the Review has featured reviews and articles by such writers and thinkers as Timothy Garton Ash, Margaret Atwood, Russell Baker, Saul Bellow, Isaiah Berlin, Harold Bloom, Joseph Brodsky, Noam Chomsky, J. M. Coetzee, Frederick Crews, Ronald Dworkin, John Kenneth Galbraith, Nadine Gordimer, Stephen Jay Gould, Murray Kempton, Richard Lewontin, Alison Lurie, Peter Medawar, Daniel Mendelsohn, Vladimir Nabokov, V. S. Naipaul, Peter G. Peterson, Nathaniel Rich, John Searle, Zadie Smith, I. F. Stone, Desmond Tutu, John Updike, Derek Walcott, Steven Weinberg, Garry Wills and Tony Judt.
Haldane, V. I. Lenin, Bertrand Russell, Ernst Chain, and William F. Friedman.
* Adams, Ramon F. and Home E. Britzman, Charles M. Russell: The Cowboy Artist A Biography, Trail's End Publishing, Pasadena, California.

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The outstanding example was in Garibaldi And The Thousand, where he made use of unpublished papers of Lord John Russell and English consular materials to reveal the motives which led the British government to permit Garibaldi to cross the Straits of Messina.
and James Russell Lowell and Edgar Allan Poe of nineteenth century American letters.
These sages include poet Carl Sandburg, statesman Jawaharlal Nehru and sculptor Jacques Lipchitz, in Volume One, and playwright Sean O'Casey, David Ben-Gurion, philosopher Bertrand Russell and the late Frank Lloyd Wright in the second set.
I would like to add one more practical reform to those mentioned by Russell Kirk ( Dec. 16 ).
Three weeks later, following his recovery, armed with a writ issued by the Catskill justice on affidavits prepared by the district attorney, Cook and Russell rode to arrest Martinez.
On February 17, Russell and Cook were sent to the Pena Flor community on the Vermejo to see about renting out ranches the company had purchased.
Not a bullet touched Cook who was nearer the ambush, but one hit Russell in the leg and another broke his arm, passing on through his body.
Russell had reached the house as Cook surmised, dismounted, but just as the old trapper opened the door to receive him, he fell into the trapper's arms -- dead.
The Living Room has another scoop: Jane Russell will make one of her rare night club singing appearances there, opening Jan. 22.
Georgia's Dick Russell objected politely, and the battle was joined.
Some of the in-person performers were Jack Teagarden, Gene Krupa, Bud Freeman, Pee Wee Russell, Johnny St. Cyr, Joe Sullivan, Red Allen, Lil Armstrong, Blossom Seeley.
The music here, Russell Smith's `` Tetrameron '', sounded good.
Russell notes that these errors make it difficult to do historical justice to Aristotle, until one remembers how large of an advance he made upon all of his predecessors.
He and Russell Porter are generally credited with having initiated the amateur telescope making movement in the US.
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* 1916 Russell Garcia, American composer ( d. 2011 )
A wealthy Quaker named Reuben Haines proposed he and educator William Russell start a new school in Pennsylvania.
Alcott and Russell were initially concerned that the area would not be conducive to their progressive approach to education and considered establishing the school in nearby Philadelphia instead.
Russell, ALGOL 60 Implementation: The Translation and Use of ALGOL 60 Programs on a Computer.
* Russell, J.
The area known as the Parliamentary Triangle is formed by three of Burley Griffin's axes, stretching from Capital Hill along Commonwealth Avenue to the Civic Centre around City Hill, along Constitution Avenue to the Defence precinct on Russell Hill, and along Kings Avenue back to Capital Hill.
* Hertzsprung Russell diagram Relates absolute magnitude or luminosity versus spectral color or surface temperature.
* Russell Meiggs: The Athenian empire.

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