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By September 1940 the Suite had developed into a collection of six songs, `` four spirituals, a dream, and a lullaby ''.
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By his first wife, Eschiva of Ibelin, he was the father of Hugh I of Cyprus and was crowned in Nicosia on September 22, 1197.
By 1900, the family was farming southeast of Streetman, Texas, and Lemon Jefferson's birth date is indicated as September 1893 in the 1900 census.
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By the 19th century, the season for celery had been extended, to last from the beginning of September to late in April.
By September, the Dodgers were eliminated by the Rockies from playoff contention, and the Diamondbacks were expected to clinch the National League West division title.
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By the Treaty of Paris ( signed that September ), Great Britain recognized the independence of the United States.
By September 1945, the Third Reich ( which lasted only 12 years ) and its Axis partners ( Italy and Japan ) had been defeated, chiefly by the forces of the Soviet Union, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
By early September they were within 40 miles of Paris, and the French government had relocated to Bordeaux.
By September 1538 Calvin had taken up his new position in Strasbourg, fully expecting that this time it would be permanent ; a few months later, he applied for and was granted citizenship of the city.
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By September 1941, Philby was working for Section V of MI6, responsible for offensive counter-intelligence.
By September 1951 they had officially come to a stance of supporting self-government for Cornwall, in what they hoped at the time would be a federal United Kingdom.
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By the end of 1940 all of the Indian cavalry had been mechanised, receiving light tanks, armoured cars or 15cwt trucks.
By 1940 the CCC was no longer wholly a relief agency, rapidly losing its non-military character, and becoming a system for work-training as its ranks had become increasingly younger, with life-inexperienced enrollees.
By the late 1930s and the 1940s, Italian Fascism completely denounced capitalism as an obsolete and oppressive system, Mussolini in 1940 at the entry of Italy into World War II, said:
By 1940, the institute had outgrown itself as more than just a small institute and was virtually functioning as an independent university.
By August 1940, the War Office produced training instructions for the creation and use of Molotov cocktails.
By autumn 1940, after conquering its portion of Poland, the Third Reich shared an extensive border with USSR, with whom it remained neutrally bound by their non-aggression pact and trade agreements.
By 1940, Stalin began to relent, restoring approximately one-third of previously dismissed officers to duty.
By the time the war began, the number of members rose to 250, 000, and the Waffen-SS was formed in August 1940, expanding the earlier armed SS troops who had fought in Poland and France in 1939 – 40, to serve alongside the Wehrmacht, Germany's regular armed forces.
By 1940, the Villaggio Duca degli Abruzzi ( Jowhar ) had a population of 12, 000 people, of whom nearly 3, 000 were Italian Somalians, and enjoyed a notable level of development with a small manufacturing area with agricultural industries ( sugar mills, etc.
By 1945, roughly 33 % of all children ate at school compared with one in thirty in 1940, while those taking milk increased from about 50 % to roughly 75 %.
Other estimates of Austro-Hungarian casualties are as follows: By Austrian Ministry of Defense in 1938: Military dead 1, 016, 200 By UK War Office in 1922: Dead 1, 200, 00 By US War Dept in 1924: 1, 200, 00 killed and died A study published by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in 1940 estimated civilian 467, 000 deaths " attributable to war ", the primary cause being famine.
By 1940, only 3200 farmers had arrived to Ethiopia, less than ten percent of the Fascist regime's goal.