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1936 and Steinway
Since 1936, Steinway too has arranged competitions and festivals such as the Steinway Young Artist Competition in Chicago, Steinway's piano competitions in Hamburg and Berlin, and the Steinway Piano Festival in Denmark, which is a part of the International Steinway Festival.

1936 and designed
Typewriter Olivetti Studio 42 designed by the Bauhaus-alumnus Alexander Schawinsky in 1936
The vehicle was designed to boost to 28 km altitude and glide a distance of 280 km, but test flights in 1934 and 1936 only reached an altitude of 500 meters.
Ten of the buildings on Central Campus were designed by Detroit-based architect Albert Kahn between 1904 and 1936.
* Allegro ( typeface ), a typeface designed in 1936
Between 1920 and 1936, Mitchell designed 24 aircraft including light aircraft, fighters and bombers.
For 1936, there was the new Airflow-inspired 302 ( which ran until 1938 ) and a 402-based large model, designed by Andrean, which featured a vertical fin and bumper, with the first high-mounted taillight.
In 1936 he designed a brochure for the Deutschland Ausstellung, an exhibition for tourists in Berlin during the 1936 Olympic Games-the brochure celebrated life in the Third Reich, and the authority of Hitler.
The film is based on Noël Coward's one-act play Still Life ( 1936 ), one of ten short plays in the cycle Tonight at 8: 30, designed for Gertrude Lawrence and Coward himself to be performed in various combinations as triple bills.
The BMW 328 is a sports car made by BMW between 1936 and 1940, with the body design credited to Peter Szymanowski, who became BMW chief of design after World War II ( although technically the car was designed by Fritz Fiedler ).
St. Hugo of the Hills was built from 1931 – 1936, with approval from Bishop Michael J. Gallagher, and was designed by Artur Des Rossiers.
In 1936, Earl Bascom, an inventor as well as a trained artist, designed and supervised the construction of Mississippi ’ s first permanent rodeo arena in Columbia.
The present structure was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, who was also responsible for New Delhi, and officially opened in 1936.
Partially funded by the Works Progress Administration in 1936, this three-story brick and concrete building was designed in the Art Moderne mode by the architect Joseph Hoover, a native of the town.
Greendale's plan was designed between 1936 and 1937 by a staff headed by Joseph Crane, Elbert Peets, Harry Bentley, and Walter C. Thomas for a site that had formerly consisted of of farmland.
In addition, Racine is the home of S. C. Johnson & Son, formerly Johnson's Wax, whose headquarters was designed in 1936 by Frank Lloyd Wright, who also designed the Wingspread Conference Center and several homes and other buildings in Racine.
He designed the Gothic King Edward's School, New Street, Birmingham ( 1833 – 37 ), demolished 1936, it was during the erection of the school that Barry first met Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, he helped Barry design the interiors of the building.
UP also founded the Sun Valley resort in Idaho in 1936, the UP engineering department in Omaha designed the first ski chairlift that summer.
In 1936, The Indian Express reported that students at Toronto University were " under-going a ' purity test '", which took " the form of twenty very personal questions, designed to determine the state of their morals and their ' purity ratio '.
In 1936, the company designed and began flying a simplified version of the Phantom known as the Luscombe 90, or Model 4.
Piccard with his wife co-invented the plastic balloon and he designed and in 1936 flew a cellophane balloon built by his students.
Thorson's design was highly derivative of a character he had designed for Disney in 1936, the country mouse from the Oscar-winning short The Country Cousin.
In 1936 Tank designed the Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor to a Deutsche Luft Hansa specification.

1936 and Action
In his 1936 paper, " The Unanticipated Consequences of Purposive Social Action ", Merton tried to apply a systematic analysis to the problem of " unanticipated consequences " of " purposive social action ".
* The Unanticipated Consequences of Purposive Social Action by Robert K. Merton, American Sociological Review, Vol 1 Issue 6, Dec 1936, pp. 894 – 904
In 1936 he participated in the formation of the National Student Union, which on 1 October 1938 became the political party Electoral Action.
He also threatened to death the President of the Council Léon Blum, leader of the Popular Front, in the Action Française of 15 May 1936, underscoring his Jewish origins ( he once called him an " old semitic camel ".
The Action Française greeted Franco's appearance with delight, and supported the self-proclaimed Caudillo during the Spanish Civil War ( 1936 – 39 ).
In his 1936 essay, " The Unanticipated Consequences of Social Action ", Merton uncovered the wide field of human activity where things do not go as planned, and paradoxes and strange outcomes are seen.
Darnand joined a number of right-wing political, paramilitary organizations ; l ' Action Francaise in 1925, les Croix-de-Feu in 1928, La Cagoule and Jacques Doriot's French popular Party ( PPF ) in 1936.
The Conservative Party never held power again in Quebec, and ceased to exist in 1936 when it merged with the Action libérale nationale to form the Union Nationale.
He was re-elected in the 1935 election as a Conservative, but in his unsuccessful election bid in 1936 he ran as an independent Conservative candidate and lost to Gilbert Layton of the Union Nationale, which had been formed from the merger of the now-defunct Conservative Party of Quebec and the short-lived Action libérale nationale.
The historical Parti conservateur du Québec ( in English: Conservative Party of Quebec ) was a political party in Quebec, Canada from the 19th century until 1936 when it merged with members of the Action libérale nationale to form the Union Nationale.
For the 1936 general election the party was part of the Tripartate Coalition, alongside the Nationalist Union and Republican Action, which won both the presidential election ( with Miguel Mariano Gómez as its candidate ) and the parliamentary elections.
* BAINVILLE, Jacques ( 1879 – 1936 ) Action Française politician.
* Merton, R. K., " The Unanticipated Consequences of Purposive Social Action ", American Sociological Review, Vol. 1, No. 6, ( December 1936 ), pp. 894-904.
* The chief symbol of Sir Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists was the Flash and Circle adopted in 1936, which represented the " flash of action " within the " circle of unity " that symbolized the all-important British State ( which is also used by the People's Action Party of Singapore ).
He became a journalist and a poet and was involved with the integralist and monarchist journal Action Française, but turned towards the Left after the Spanish Civil War ( 1936 – 39 ).
Bored of Education won the 1936 Academy Award for Live Action Short Film, and was the only Our Gang entry ever honored with the award.
* 1936: Selmer Paris revolutionizes the saxophone with a new model which will be called “ Balanced Action ”.

1936 and response
In response to the question “ Which side does Abner part his hair on ?," Capp would answer, “ Both .” Capp said he finally found the right " look " for Li ' l Abner with Henry Fonda's character Dave Tolliver, in The Trail of the Lonesome Pine ( 1936 ).
In March 1936, in response to the German remilitarization of the Rhineland, King had the Canadian High Commissioner in London inform the British government that if Britain went to war with Germany over the Rhineland issue that Canada would remain neutral.
In 1935 and 1936, Carlyle Jacobsen and colleagues were the first to show the deleterious effect of prefrontal ablation on delayed response.
In response to the actions of concerned African American citizens of Williamsport, the pejorative name was formally changed by the Williamsport City Council in 1936.
In response to a 1936 government request for heavier, longer ranged aircraft Handley Page tendered the HP. 56 design powered by twin Rolls-Royce Vulture and this was ordered along with what became the Avro Manchester.
Notable editorial cartoons include Benjamin Franklin's " Join, or Die " ( 1754 ), on the need for unity in the American colonies ; " The Thinkers Club " ( 1819 ), a response to the surveillance and censorship of universities in Germany under the Carlsbad Decrees ; and E. H. Shepard's " The Goose-Step " ( 1936 ), on the rearmament of Germany under Hitler.
The article was published in response to the publication of Keynes ' magnum opus, The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money in 1936, and its purpose was to draw international attention to the Swedish discoveries in the field, many of which had predated the discoveries of Keynes.
The work was initially planned in November 1936 and was premiered at the Coolidge Festival in Pittsfield, Massachusetts on September 22, 1938 in response to a commission that year from Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge.
Upon receiving a favorable response in 1936, Wu and her female friend, Dong Ruofen (), a chemist from Taicang, China, embarked on the long steamship voyage from China to the West Coast of the United States.
In 1936, in response to the rapid growth of the Birmingham metropolitan area and the need for the population to have easy access to a university education, the University of Alabama created a Birmingham Extension Center.
The song was originally a poem written in Yiddish under the name " S ' brent " (" it is burning ") by Polish-Jewish poet Mordechai Gebirtig in 1938, in response to the 1936 pogrom of Jews in the town of Przytyk near Radom.
After one season, that circuit reformed itself into a larger, seven-club loop called the Eastern Amateur Hockey League in which Hershey played first as the " Chocolate B ' ars " ( 1933 – 1934 ), then again as the " B ' ars " ( 1934 – 1936 ), and finally in 1936 as the " Hershey Bears ," a name they adopted in response to criticism levied by New York sportswriters and the league that the " B ' ars " moniker was too commercial.
Radio station KRLD gave the quartet a daily show in 1936, after a large response from their radio performance at the Texas Centennial Exposition.
The development of social comparison hinged on several socio-psychological processes, and in order to create this theory, Festinger was influenced by research that focused on social communication ( Festinger, 1950 ), group dynamics, conformity and the autokinetic effect ( Sherif, 1936 ), compliant behavior, social groups, independence and dependence in response to unanimous majority ( Asch, 1956 ) and level of aspiration ( Festinger, 1942 ; Kruglanski & Mayseless, 1990 ).

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