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In 1945 or early 1946, while still living at Canonbury Square, Orwell wrote an article on " British Cookery ", complete with recipes, commissioned by the British Council.
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1945 and early
Dürer has never fallen from critical favour, and there have been revivals of interest in his works Germany in the Dürer Renaissance of about 1570 to 1630, in the early nineteenth century, and in German nationalism from 1870 to 1945.
In early 1945, the U. S. army ran tests of various 2, 4-D and 2, 4, 5-T mixtures at the Bushnell Army Airfield in Florida, which is now listed as a Formerly Used Defense Site ( FUDS ).
One of his early models was first constructed in 1945 at Bennington College in Vermont, where he frequently lectured.
The books that were influential in the early development of computational quantum chemistry include Linus Pauling and E. Bright Wilson's 1935 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics – with Applications to Chemistry, Eyring, Walter and Kimball's 1944 Quantum Chemistry, Heitler's 1945 Elementary Wave Mechanics – with Applications to Quantum Chemistry, and later Coulson's 1952 textbook Valence, each of which served as primary references for chemists in the decades to follow.
Despite some early cooperative military successes against Japan, by the time that the Japanese surrendered in 1945 neither the CPC nor the KMT trusted each other or were actively cooperating.
The Germans launched a surprise counter offensive in the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944 which was turned back in early 1945 by the Allies after Eisenhower repositioned his armies and improved weather allowed the Air Force to engage.
It was while working with Brown that Day scored her first hit recording, " Sentimental Journey ", released in early 1945.
Orwell was on staff until early 1945, writing over 80 book reviews as well as the regular column " As I Please ".
In the spring of 1945 Germany itself was invaded from the east by the Soviet Union and from the west by the other Allies respectively ; After Red Army conquered the Reichstag in Berlin, Hitler committed suicide and Germany surrendered in early May ending the war in Europe.
By early 1945, the communists had liquidated, discredited, or driven into exile most of the country's interwar elite.
Although Tito was formally an ally of Stalin after WWII, the Soviets had set up a spy ring in the Yugoslav party as early as 1945, giving way to an uneasy alliance.
Nkrumah's association with these radicals drew him to the attention of the FBI and he was under surveillance by early 1945.
Modern manga originated in the Occupation ( 1945 – 1952 ) and post-Occupation years ( 1952 – early 1960s ), while a previously militaristic and ultra-nationalist Japan rebuilt its political and economic infrastructure.
Gospel of Thomas, usually dated to the late 1st or early 2nd century, was also among the finds in the Nag Hammadi library in 1945.
The Red Army captured a factory producing tabun at Dyhernfurth in early 1945, they dismantled the entire site and took it back to Russia.
Such processes continued to deepen throughout the early Shōwa period, when State Shinto became a main force of militarism, finally coming to an abrupt end in August 1945 when Japan lost the war in the Pacific.
The city expanded and the population grew during this period from just over 150, 000 in 1945 to almost 600, 000 in the early 1990s.
The Men Who Tread on the Tiger's Tail ( 1945 ), and the post-war Drunken Angel ( 1948 ), and Stray Dog ( 1949 ), directed by Akira Kurosawa are considered important early works leading to his first masterpieces of the 1950s.
Botanists and biologists began to research A. thaliana in the early 1900s, and the first systematic collection of its mutations was performed around 1945.
The term was frequently used for regional crises from the early 19th century until the 1930s, and for the more widespread crises of the 1870s and 1930s, but economic crises since 1945 have generally been referred to as " recessions ", with the 1970s global crisis referred to as " stagflation ", but not a depression.
Wright's semi-autobiographical Black Boy ( 1945 ) described his early life from Roxie through his move to Chicago, his clashes with his Seventh-day Adventist family, his troubles with white employers and social isolation.
1945 and 1946
Armoured trains saw use during the 19th century in the American Civil War ( 1861 – 1865 ), the Franco-Prussian War ( 1870 – 1871 ), the First and Second Boer Wars ( 1880 – 81 and 1899 – 1902 ), the First ( 1914 – 1918 ) and Second World Wars ( 1939 – 1945 ) and the First Indochina War ( 1946 – 1954 ).
The Bohrs returned to Denmark in 1945, and Aage resumed his university education, graduating with a master's degree in 1946, with a thesis concerned with some aspects of atomic stopping problems.
* Constitution of 1946 – in October, 1945, with the II World War over, a civil-military coup ousted dictatorial Getúlio Vargas, an Assembly wrote a democratic constitution.
Demobilized as a Major in 1945, he was appointed lecturer in history at the University of Liverpool from 1946 to 1949.
In the 1945-46 session alone, pensions and other benefits were substantially increased, and from 1945 to 1948, over 200 public Acts of Parliament were passed, with eight major pieces of legislation placed on the statute book in 1946 alone.
In July 1957, former Conservative President Laureano Gómez ( 1950 – 1953 ) and former Liberal President Alberto Lleras ( 1945 – 1946, 1958 – 1962 ) issued the " Declaration of Sitges ," in which they proposed a " National Front ," whereby the Liberal and Conservative parties would govern jointly.
The Cardinals have enjoyed an overwhelming advantage over their Chicago rivals in the regular season standings since the Cubs last participated in a World Series ( 1945 ): in the 66 seasons from 1946 through 2011 the Cardinals have finished ahead of the Cubs 49 times.
He married three times: to Daphne Harvey in 1945, producing daughter Georgina ( Gina ) Campbell in 1946 ; to Dorothy McKegg in 1952 ; and to Tonia Bern in 1958, which lasted until his death in 1967.
Neorealism exploded soon after the war, with unforgettable works such as Rossellini's trilogy Rome, Open City ( 1945 ), Paisà ( 1946 ), and Germany, Year Zero ( 1948 ), and with extraordinary actors such as Anna Magnani, as an attempt to describe the difficult economic and moral conditions of Italy and the changes in public mentality in everyday life.
Among the most significant films produced during this period were David Lean's Brief Encounter ( 1945 ) and his Dickens adaptations Great Expectations ( 1946 ) and Oliver Twist ( 1948 ), Carol Reed's thrillers Odd Man Out ( 1947 ) and The Third Man ( 1949 ), and Powell and Pressburger's A Matter of Life and Death ( 1946 ), Black Narcissus ( 1946 ) and The Red Shoes ( 1948 ).
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 ).
After the war, he obtained a BA in mathematics from the University of Cambridge ( 1945 ) and was a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge from 1946 to 1949.
Animal Farm: A Fairy Story was published in Britain on 17 August 1945, and a year later in the U. S., on 26 August 1946.
During the winter of 1945 to 1946 Orwell made several hopeless and unwelcome marriage proposals to younger women, including Celia Kirwan ( who was later to become Arthur Koestler's sister-in-law ), Ann Popham who happened to live in the same block of flats and Sonia Brownell, one of Connolly's coterie at the Horizon office.
Between 14 November 1945 and 3 October 1946, the Allies established an International Military Tribunal ( IMT ) to try 22 of 24 major Nazi war criminals and six groups for crimes against peace, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Cotten starred with Jennifer Jones in four films: the wartime domestic drama Since You Went Away ( 1944 ), the romantic drama Love Letters ( 1945 ), the western Duel in the Sun ( 1946 ), and the critically acclaimed Portrait of Jennie ( 1948 ), in which he played a melancholy artist who becomes obsessed with a girl who may have died many years ago.
" In 1945 she married her second husband, Huntington D Sheldon, at the close of the war on her assignment in Paris and she was discharged from the military in 1946, at which time she set up a small business in partnership with her husband.
Ulrich Friedrich Wilhelm Joachim von Ribbentrop ( 30 April 1893 – 16 October 1946 ) was Foreign Minister of Germany from 1938 until 1945.
Fuchs later testified that he passed detailed information on the project to the Soviet Union through a courier known as " Raymond " ( later identified as Harry Gold ) in 1945, and further information about the hydrogen bomb in 1946 and 1947.