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In 1920, the five neighbouring municipalities of Woensel ( to the north ), Tongelre ( northeast and east ), Stratum ( southeast ), Gestel en Blaarthem ( southwest ) and Strijp ( west ), which already bore the brunt of the housing needs and related problems, were incorporated into the new Groot-Eindhoven (" Greater Eindhoven ") municipality.
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1920 and five
After the incorporation of 1920, the five former municipalities became districts of the Municipality of Eindhoven, with Eindhoven-Centrum ( the City proper ) forming the sixth.
Based on George Griffith's Stories Of Other Worlds, it contains six stories, the illustrations from their original publication, a worldbook taking the story forward to 1920, a spaceship design spreadsheet, five adventures, plus the novelisation A Honeymoon In Space.
In County Cork between 1920 and 1923 the IRA shot over 200 civilians of whom over 70 ( or 36 %) were Protestants: five times the percentage of Protestants in the civilian population.
The comic strip was briefly renamed to " The Shenanigan Kids " around this time, and in 1920 another five cartoons were produced under this title.
In the Olympic Games after 1920, instead of requiring all competitors to compete against each other regardless of size, weight classes were introduced and, by the 1932 Olympic Games, weightlifting was divided into five weight divisions.
By 1920 Maori still owned five million acres by 1920 ; they leased three million acres and used one million acres for themselves.
Mao ’ s " Intellectual " Marxist development can be divided into five major periods: ( 1 ) The Initial Marxist Period from 1920 – 1926 ; ( 2 ) the formative Maoist period from 1927 – 1935 ; ( 3 ) the mature Maoism period from 1935 – 1940 ; ( 4 ) the civil war period from 1940 – 1949 ; and ( 5 ) the post-1949 period, following the revolutionary victory.
There was another incomplete public performance, in Birmingham, on 10 October 1920, with five movements ( Mars, Venus, Mercury, Saturn and Jupiter ).
Established in 1910, the federation contained five territories: French Congo and Gabon, Oubangui-Chari, Chad and French Cameroon ( after World War I ), although the last was not organized as a separate entity until 1920.
Dave Berg ( Brooklyn, June 12, 1920 – May 17, 2002 ) was an American cartoonist, most noted for his five decades of work in Mad.
He married six times, the first five of which ended in divorce: Isabel Jeans ( 1913 – 1915 ); Marie Hemingway ( 1920, for less than a year ); Beatrix Thomson ( 1924 – 8 April 1935 ); Frances Proper ( 9 April 1935 – 1956 ); and to classic pianist Agi Jambor ( 4 November 1959 – 1960 ).
After several years of silence, in 1920 he produced a tribute to his friend Debussy in the form of La plainte, au loin, du faune ... for piano, which was followed by Amours, a setting of a sonnet by Pierre de Ronsard, for voice and piano, published in 1924 to mark the five hundredth anniversary of the poet's birth.
Early in 1920 Karl Harrer was forced out of the DAP as Hitler moved to sever the party's link with the Thule Society, which subsequently fell into decline and was dissolved about five years later, well before Hitler came to power.
One of the more prominent incidents in the conflict in Kerry, were the " siege of Tralee " in November 1920. when the Black and Tans placed Tralee under curfew for a week, burned many homes and shot dead a number of local people in retaliation for the IRA killing of five local policemen the night before.
( In his first five recordings sessions for Victor, Aug 9-Oct 28, 1920, Whiteman used the name " Paul Whiteman and His Ambassador Orchestra ," presumably because he had been playing at the Ambassador Hotel in Atlantic City ; from Nov. 3, 1920, he started using " Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra.
This cable car is based on an older system built in 1920, rebuilt in the first half of the 1950s over five summer seasons, to where it reached all the way to Aiguille du Midi ( ie Needles of the Moon ), fully modernized in 1979, and upgraded again in 2008.
A thriving village sprang up in 1915, when the railroad started construction of its shops ; and five years later in the 1920, Ravenna was incorporated into a 6th Class City by the Estill County Circuit Court.
In 1920 the Somerset Independent School District was formed from at least five other school districts: Wildman, Senior, Bexar, Old Rock ( Old Somerset area ), and Oak Island.
Among these cadets were Vicente Lim ( USMA, Class of 1914 ), Fidel V. Segundo ( 1917 ), Pastor Martelino ( 1920 ), and at least five others.
1920 and neighbouring
The town hosted all but one of the sailing events for the 1920 Summer Olympics in neighbouring Antwerp.
The AOF subsequently expanded to neighbouring French-ruled territories: Dahomey was added in 1904, after having been put under colonial tutelage in 1892 ; Mauritania in 1920, and when the territory of Upper Volta was divided from French Sudan by colonial decree in 1921, it automatically also entered the AOF.
In the Treaty of Tartu, 1920, Finland gave up her claims on Repola and the neighbouring Porajärvi, and instead received Petsamo in the far north.
From 1920 to 1931, with the emergence of a national railway system extending north-south, Pyuntaza emerged as a railway center town, along with neighbouring Daik-U.
After about 1920 considerable infilling took place in the parish and this accelerated in the 1950s and 60s leading to a much increased population that largely seeks its livelihood in the neighbouring towns of Lymington and New Milton.
1920 and municipalities
Each borough contains a number of localities ( Ortsteile ), which often have historic roots in older municipalities that predate the formation of Greater Berlin on 1 October 1920 and became urbanized and incorporated into the city.
The municipality was created in 1971, when the City of Vetlanda ( instituted in 1920 ) was amalgamated with the surrounding rural municipalities to form a unitary municipality.
The municipality was created in 1971, when the City of Värnamo ( itself instituted in 1920 ) was amalgamated with the surrounding rural municipalities to form an entity of unitary type.
On 1 July 1920, the port of Orkanger ( population: 1, 715 ) and the southern district of Orkland ( population: 1, 760 ) were separated from Orkdal to form separate municipalities.
The idea of merging the three municipalities had already been mooted before the war, but due to the war it was not until 1920 that it was formally proposed.
The German-speaking minority was mostly settled in the ' Eastern Cantons ', several Prussian municipalities ceded to Belgium by the 1919 Treaty of Versailles and administered from 1920 to 1925 by a Belgian military High Commissioner.
Three Lakeshore communities later developed into separate municipalities: Mimico ( 1911 Village / 1917 Town ), New Toronto ( 1913 Village / 1920 Town ), Long Branch ( 1930 Village ).
In 1919 three original municipalities merged ( Břeclav, Old Břeclav and Jewish Municipality of Břeclav ); in 1974 another two-Poštorná and Charvátská Nová Ves ( both were parts of Lower Austria until 1920 )-were joined.
The network in Melbourne was built by local Tramway trusts composed of local councils and municipalities, and was operated by the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company from 1885 to 1916 ( with the exception of the Northcote tramway, which was privately built and operated ), after which the service was transferred to the Victorian Government, and passed to the Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board on 1 November 1919 ( the Northcote tramway was transferred to the Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board on 20 February 1920 ).
1920 and north
On December 17, 1920, the Council of the League of Nations approved the mandate for Japan to take over all former German colonies in the Pacific Ocean located north of the equator.
When ground was broken for the Wrigley Building in 1920, there were no major office buildings north of the Chicago River and the Michigan Avenue Bridge, which spans the river just south of the building was still under construction.
As a parish ( pre 1920 ) it included the hamlets of North End, Perry Street and Slade Green which lie to the north.
Albert Livingston Hadley Jr. ( 8 November 1920 – 29 March 2012 ) was an American interior designer and decorator born in in Springfield, Tennessee, north of Nashville.
Samoset Council is headquartered in Weston ( near Wausau ), and serves the north central part of Wisconsin and was founded in 1920.
The county courthouse and historic jail building are on the north side near the Welcome Center in a historically maintained Standard Oil service station 1920 prototype.
By 1920 the Lyndale Avenue Drawbridge opened next to Black Dog Lake, extending Minneapolis ' first north south highway to the rural communities of southern Minnesota.
However, in the occupied region north and west of this, on 10 October 1920 the voters in the Carinthian Plebiscite determined that those parts should become part of the newly founded Republic of Austria.
The north border of Schleswig-Holstein as from 1864 to 1920 differs a little from the north border of the modern Danish county of Sønderjylland: in the east Hejls and the Skamlingsbanke hill were not in Schleswig-Holstein but are now in Sønderjylland county ; in the west Hviding and Rejsby were in Schleswig-Holstein.
" He immediately left Pine Bluff and moved to the Little Rock area but a year later in 1920 moved north to Chicago in search of opportunity.
These were concentrated in areas to the north of the town centre such as Coal Pool, Blakenall Heath ( where Walsall's first council houses were built in 1920 ), Goscote and Harden.
Council housing debuted in the town in 1920 when the first houses were built on the Tantany Estate to the north of the town centre.
At the same time, in Ulster in the north east, a sectarian war broke out, when in July 1920, loyalists, aided in some cases by the Ulster Special Constabulary, attacked the Catholic / Nationalist population in reprisal for IRA actions.
The July 1920 note specifically addressed the Polish-Lithuanian dispute by mentioning a line running from Grodno to Vilnius ( Wilno ) and thence north to Daugavpils, Latvia ( Dynaburg ).
In 1919 ( confirmed by the Treaty of Trianon in 1920 ), the territory to the north of the Danube was ceded to Czechoslovakia with the territory to the south of the Danube remaining in Hungary.
In the north, Georgia was bordered by various Russian Civil War polities until the Bolshevik power was established in North Caucasus in the spring of 1920.
In 1920, the area was used as a conduit for arms and ammunition for the anti-Soviet Poles fighting in the Polish-Soviet War directly to the north, while local Communists sabotaged the trains and tried to help the Soviet side.
Semey (), formerly known as Semipalatinsk (, until 2007 ) and Alash-kala ( Kazakh: Алаш-қала / Alaş-qala, 1917 – 1920 ), is a city in Kazakhstan, in the northeastern province of East Kazakhstan, near the border with Siberia, around north of Almaty, and southeast of the Russian city of Omsk, along the Irtysh River.
In the summer of 1920 Zhang made a foray into north China on the other side of the Great Wall trying to topple Duan Qirui, the leading warlord of Beijing.
Currie, on the west coast, now has the only Post Office on the island, but in the past Grassy, in the southeast ( 1918 – 1935, 1943 – 1991 ), Naracoopa on the east coast ( 1920 – 1962 ), Pearshape to the south ( 1946 – 1959 ) and Egg Lagoon in the north ( 1925 – 1967 ) ( replacing Yambacoona ( 1922 – 1925 )) all had official Post Offices.
On 29 November 1920, Ijevan was the venue of the first Soviet rule in Armenia after being invaded by the Red Army from the north.
It had originally been on the second floor of the east wing, then was moved in 1920 to the second floor of the north wing.