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In 1930, Sténio Vincent, a long-time critic of the occupation, was elected President, and the US began to withdraw its forces.
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1930 and Sténio
Sténio Joseph Vincent ( February 22, 1874 – September 3, 1959 ) was President of Haiti from November 18, 1930 to May 15, 1941.
1930 and Vincent
* 1930 – Chicago Tribune reporter Jake Lingle is killed during rush hour at the Illinois Central train station by Leo Vincent Brothers, allegedly over a 100, 000 USD gambling debt owed to Al Capone.
American poetry arguably reached its peak in the early-to-mid-20th century, with such noted writers as Wallace Stevens and his Harmonium ( 1923 ) and The Auroras of Autumn ( 1950 ), T. S. Eliot and his The Waste Land ( 1922 ), Robert Frost and his North of Boston ( 1914 ) and New Hampshire ( 1923 ), Hart Crane and his White Buildings ( 1926 ) and the epic cycle, The Bridge ( 1930 ), Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams and his epic poem about his New Jersey hometown, Paterson, Marianne Moore, E. E. Cummings, Edna St. Vincent Millay and Langston Hughes, in addition to many others.
The Lady Chapel's stained-glass windows were made between 1912 and 1930 by English stained glass artist and designer Paul Vincent Woodroffe.
In 1928, Vanier was appointed to Canada's military delegation for disarmament to the League of Nations and, in 1930, was named secretary to the High Commission of Canada in London, remaining at that post for nearly a decade — approximately half of which he spent serving the man who would eventually immediately precede him as governor general of Canada, Vincent Massey.
Vincent Burnelli received US Patent no: 1, 774, 474 for his " Airfoil Control Means " on August 26, 1930.
Her 1920 " old dark house " novel ( and play ) The Bat was filmed in 1926 as The Bat, again in 1930 as The Bat Whispers, and a third time in the 1959 remake, The Bat, starring Vincent Price.
Bennett's 1930 federal election campaign acing as speechwriter and policy advisor to the Conservative leader and, when the Tories took power, he was appointed Canada's envoy to the United States with the title Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary for Canada in the United States of America, from 1931 to 1935, succeeding his personal friend, Vincent Massey.
After the University bought it and the surrounding seven acres of land in 1930, the architect E. Vincent Harris added a brick Queen Anne-style extension and it was opened by United States Ambassador Robert Bingham in October 1933, for women students only.
Designed by E. Vincent Harris, the library was constructed between 1930 and 1934, but because of its traditional neoclassical architecture it is often mistakenly thought to be much older.
The instrument includes several stops that were scaled and designed by Henry Vincent Willis IV of England as one of a few larger Wicks instruments installed throughout the United States in the 1930 ’ s and 1940 ’ s.
Vincent ( Séamus ) ( 1930 – 2005 ), a Benedictine priest at Glenstal Abbey, Sister Íde of the Convent of The Sacred Heart, Mount Anville, Dublin, Oonagh ( who married the Irish artist Patrick Swift ), Cora who married the politician, Seán Dunne, T. D.
1930 and long-time
Upon the outbreak of the First World War, the issue fell out of public prominence, and it was not until 1930 that Alberta would achieve this long-time objective.
That it was in common use by the turn of the century is apparent from later mentions, such as by the prominent obstetrician J. Whitridge Williams in 1911, as well as detailed discussion of its use in a popular book authored by Dr. Morris Fishbein, the long-time editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association in 1930.
In this game from Liège 1930, long-time American champion Frank Marshall ( Black ) tries to add to his long list of brilliancies, but Sultan Khan defends coolly.
Marion Anthony ( Tony ) Trabert ( born August 16, 1930 in Cincinnati, Ohio ) is a retired American former World No. 1 tennis champion and long-time tennis author, TV commentator, instructor, and motivational speaker.
1930 and critic
Film critic Ado Kyrou said that the five vignettes of the tale of L ' Âge d ' Or ( 1930 ) correspond to the five sections of the tail of the scorpion.
Peter Warlock was the pseudonym of Philip Arnold Heseltine ( 30 October 1894 – 17 December 1930 ), an Anglo-Welsh composer and music critic.
Cross, who became a well-known literary critic, was Professor of English at Yale University and the first Dean of the Yale Graduate School, from 1916 to 1930.
* David Robinson ( film critic ) ( born 1930 ), British film writer and historian, biographer of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton
Irving Babbitt ( August 2, 1865 – July 15, 1933 ) was an American academic and literary critic, noted for his founding role in a movement that became known as the New Humanism, a significant influence on literary discussion and conservative thought in the period between 1910 to 1930.
According to the testimony of the literary critic Josip Vidmar, Cankar's novel Hiša Marije Pomočnice was well received by the famous German writer Thomas Mann, who helped to publish a German edition in 1930.
In 1925, on the advice of Pizzetti, he went to Milan, where he worked as a teacher, music critic and an arranger of vocal scores for Ricordi until 1930, when he moved back to Naples to take up a professorship at the conservatory where he had been a student.
Stanley Sadie CBE ( 30 October 1930 – 21 March 2005 ) was a leading British musicologist, music critic, and editor.
Roberto Fernández Retamar ( born June 9, 1930, Havana ) is a Cuban poet, essayist, literary critic and President of the Casa de las Américas.
Brian Robert Morris, Baron Morris of Castle Morris, ( 1930 – 30 April 2001 ), was a British poet, critic and professor of literature.
1930 and occupation
Work started on the site in 1926 and by Christmas 1930 a completely new theatre seating 1, 640 was ready for occupation.
Excavations of some of these hut sites conducted in 1910 and 1930 found evidence for occupation in the Roman period, with finds including pottery, coins, and a small bronze stag.
Following the occupation of the Dominican Republic by U. S. military forces from 1916 – 1924, Vásquez was democratically elected as president of the country and served between 1924 and 1930, and again separately in 1930 before being ousted by General Rafael Trujillo and sent into exile.
After the government of Louis Borno expelled him for sedition, Estimé joined Haiti's nationalist movement in 1930 and became an outspoken opponent of the United States occupation of Haiti.
A guided tour of the manor takes visitors through the different periods of occupation from 1665 up to 1930.
He was part of the group that founded the Pendle Hill study center in 1930, and he accompanied two of that group, the well-known writer Rufus Jones and D. Robert Yarnall on a 1938 mission to Germany on behalf of the American Friends Service Committee to allow that group to distribute relief in Poland, then under occupation.
The legend says that Mr Moglia, president of the club from 1923 to 1930, chose the colours of the Spanish flag after someone from the club remarked that the ruins of the Saint-Léger church they happened to be walking by that night were the last remains of the Spanish occupation in 1648.
During the occupation ( 1919 – 1930 ) the French encouraged the establishment of an independent Rhenish Republic, banking on traditional anti-Prussian resentments ( see: history of Palatinate ).
The remilitarization of the Rhineland was favoured by some of the local population, because of a resurgence of German nationalism and harboured bitterness over the Allied occupation of the Rhineland until 1930 ( Saarland until 1935 ).
A series of anti-Indian riots beginning in 1930 and mass emigration during the Japanese occupation of Burma followed by the forced expulsion of 1962 left ethnic Indians with a much reduced role in Burma.