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In 1945, Gropius founded The Architects ' Collaborative ( TAC ) based in Cambridge with a group of younger architects.
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The Architects ' Collaborative ( TAC ) was an American architectural firm formed by Walter Gropius and seven younger architects in 1945 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
In 1945, he joined forces with Walter Gropius and several other architects to established The Architects Collaborative ( TAC ).
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* Commentary ( magazine ), a US public affairs journal, founded in 1945 and formerly published by the American Jewish Committee
In Germany the small Christadelphian community founded by Albert Maier went underground from 1940 – 1945, and a leading brother, Albert Merz, was imprisoned as a conscientious objector and later executed.
The Unitarian Service Committee of Canada, founded in 1945, was receiving considerable attention both in city newspapers and on television, so much so that the word “ Unitarian ” became a household world, though its meaning was not that widely known.
The FDP was founded on 11 December 1948 through the merger of nine regional liberal parties formed in 1945 from the remnants of the pre-1933 German People's Party ( DVP ) and the German Democratic Party ( DDP ), which had been active in the Weimar Republic.
* 1945 – Ramon Jacinto, Filipino singer, guitarist, and businessman, founded the Rajah Broadcasting Network
After the United Nations was founded in 1945 and the League of Nations was disbanded, all but one of the mandated territories that remained under the control of the mandatory power became United Nations trust territories, a roughly equivalent status.
Another example is the Principality of Outer Baldonia, a rocky island off the coast of Nova Scotia, founded by Russell Arundel, chairman of the Pepsi Cola Company ( later: PepsiCo ), in 1945 and comprising a population of 69 fishermen.
The UN was founded in 1945 after World War II to replace the League of Nations, to stop wars between countries, and to provide a platform for dialogue.
Many of these hit records were issued on new independent record labels, such as Savoy ( founded 1942 ), King ( founded 1943 ), Imperial ( founded 1945 ), Specialty ( founded 1946 ), Chess ( founded 1947 ), and Atlantic ( founded 1948 ).
The largest institution of higher education in Toruń, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń serves over 40 thousand students and was founded in 1945, based on the Toruń Scientific Society, Stefan Batory University in Wilno, and Jan Kazimierz University in Lviv.
The Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship ( UUCF, founded 1945 ) predates the consolidation of the American Unitarian Association ( AUA ) and Universalist Church of America ( UCA ) into the Unitarian Universalist Association ( UUA ) in 1961.
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Norman Collings Fletcher ( December 8, 1917 – May 31, 2007 ) was an American architect who was a co-founder and partner of the architectural firm The Architects ' Collaborative ( TAC ), working there from 1945 until the firm's demise in 1995.
1945 and TAC
In 1945, shortly after the founding of TAC, he and his wife Sarah P. Harkness joined forces with another architectural couple Norman and Jean Fletcher, also founders of TAC, to submit entries for the Smith College Dormitories competition hosted by Progressive Architecture magazine.
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While typical sports championship parades have been showered with some 50 tons of confetti and shredded paper, the V-J Day parade on August 14 and August 15, 1945 – marking the end of World War II – was covered with 5, 438 tons of paper, based on estimates provided by the New York City Department of Sanitation.
The classic film noirs The Maltese Falcon and The Glass Key ( 1942 ) were based on novels by Hammett ; Cain's novels provided the basis for Double Indemnity ( 1944 ), Mildred Pierce ( 1945 ), The Postman Always Rings Twice ( 1946 ), and Slightly Scarlet ( 1956 ; adapted from Love's Lovely Counterfeit ).
However, up to the 1940s, many subsequent designs ( including Charles Babbage's machines of the 1822 and even ENIAC of 1945 ) were based on the decimal system ; ENIAC's ring counters emulated the operation of the digit wheels of a mechanical adding machine.
Joseph Goebbels: Life and Death, Palgrave Macmillan ; biography based partly on his diary from 1923 to 1945 released in recent years from former Soviet archives.
After control of Taiwan was handed to the Republic of China in 1945, the official romanization of the city name came to be " Kao-hsiung ", based on the Wade – Giles romanization of the Mandarin reading of the kanji name.
Statue of the Nurse-a statue in memory of women who fought for the Polish state during the Second World War and in battle for Kołobrzeg, the woman is based on Ewelina Nowak who died in 1945 in the city while trying to save a wounded soldier
Buckland also states that Bush's idea should be viewed from the historical perspective of microfilm technology developed prior to 1945 rather than based on the power and versatility of digital computer technology developed after 1945.
Bitter fighting continued in New Guinea between the largely Australian force and the Japanese 18th Army based in New Guinea until the Japanese surrender in 1945.
* Fraînque Le Maistre produced a Jèrriais version ( based on FitzGerald's 1st edition ) during the German occupation of the Channel Islands 1940 – 1945.
In 1945, the British Labour Party, led by Clement Attlee, was elected to office based upon a radical socialist programme.
Philip Pettit ( b. 1945 ) has argued, in Republicanism: A Theory of Freedom and Government ( 1997 ), that the theory of social contract, classically based on the consent of the governed, should be modified.
The film was directed by Edward Dmytryk and the screenplay was written by John Paxton, based on the 1945 novel The Brick Foxhole by screenwriter and director Richard Brooks.
On the other hand, when Scouts were persecuted and forbidden during the German occupation between 1938 and 1945 and during Communism between 1948 and 1989 ( with short exception of renewal of Scout during 1968 and 1969 ), boy clubs posed excellent informal alternative of youth life based on ideas similar to those of Scouts.
* French — Burguet, Paul Henry: The Imprint, or The Red Hand ( 1908 ; Gaston Séverin plays Pierrot ); Carné, Marcel: Children of Paradise ( 1945 ; see above under The Pantomime of Deburau at the Théâtre des Funambules ); Carré fils, Michel: The Prodigal Son a. k. a. Pierrot the Prodigal ( 1907 ; the first feature-length film and the first film of a stage-play Carré's pantomime of 1890 ; George Wague plays Pierrot père ); Feuillade, Louis: Pierrot's Projector ( 1909 ), Pierrot, Pierrette ( 1924 ); Guitry, Sacha: Deburau ( 1951 ; based upon Guitry's own stage-play # Plays, playlets, pantomimes, and revues | Plays, playlets, pantomimes, and revues above ); Guy, Alice: Pierrot, Murderer ( 1904 ); Leprince, René: Pierrot Loves Roses ( 1910 ); Méliès, Georges: By Moonlight, or The Unfortunate Pierrot ( 1904 ).
It's a Wonderful Life is an American Christmas drama film produced and directed by Frank Capra, that was based on the short story " The Greatest Gift ", written by Philip Van Doren Stern in 1939, and privately published by the author in 1945.
In 1945, he auditioned for a bit part voicing one of the animals in the new Disney feature film Song of the South ( 1946 ), based on the Uncle Remus stories by Joel Chandler Harris.
The military service record of Eddie Slovik, which is now a public archival record available from the Military Personnel Records Center, provides a detailed account of the actual execution of Slovik which took place in 1945 and it was upon this that most of the film The Execution of Private Slovik was based.
The same year, Davis refused the title role in Mildred Pierce ( 1945 ), a role for which Joan Crawford won an Academy Award, and instead made The Corn Is Green ( 1945 ) based on a play by Emlyn Williams.