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In 1946, he took a position at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America ( JTS ), the main seminary of Conservative Judaism, where he served as professor of Jewish ethics and Mysticism until his death in 1972.
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" The team's first demonstration before Navy officials took place on 10 May 1946 and was met with enthusiastic approval.
The squad included seven future members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Browns ' first regular-season game took place September 6, 1946 at Cleveland Municipal Stadium against the Miami Seahawks before a record crowd of 60, 135.
Although Walter Winterbottom was appointed as England's first ever full-time manager in 1946, the team was still picked by a committee until Alf Ramsey took over in 1963.
Several Heinlein works have been published since his death, including the aforementioned For Us, The Living as well as 1989's Grumbles from the Grave, a collection of letters between Heinlein and his editors and agent ; 1992's Tramp Royale, a travelogue of a southern hemisphere tour the Heinleins took in the 1950s ; Take Back Your Government, a how-to book about participatory democracy written in 1946 ; and a tribute volume called Requiem: Collected Works and Tributes to the Grand Master, containing some additional short works previously unpublished in book form.
The first two-way amateur radioteletype QSO of record took place in May 1946 between Dave Winters, W2AUF, Brooklyn, NY and W2BFD, John Evans Williams, Woodside Long Island, NY.
Later work confirmed that tube unreliability was not as serious an issue as generally believed ; the 1946 ENIAC, with over 17, 000 tubes, had a tube failure ( which took 15 minutes to locate ) on average every two days.
Following the SED victory in the October 1946 elections, Honecker took his place amongst the SED leadership in the first postwar East German parliament, the German People's Congress ( Deutscher Volkskongress ).
The pre-war dream of many enthusiastic filmmakers materialized in 1946 when a non-competition festival of films from seven countries took place in Mariánské Lázně and Karlovy Vary.
In 1946 he was nominated vice-president of the Democrazia Cristiana and elected member of the Constitutional Assembly, where he took part in the work to redact the Italian Constitution.
It was founded in Spain, on January 1961, by former officers, Pierre Lagaillarde ( who led the 1960 Siege of Algiers ), General Raoul Salan ( who took part in the 1961 Algiers putsch or " Generals ' Uprising ") and Jean-Jacques Susini, along with other members of the French Army, including Yves Guérin-Sérac, and former members of the French Foreign Legion from the First Indochina War ( 1946 – 54 ).
The novel first took shape in July 1946, when Clarke wrote " Guardian Angel ", a short story that would eventually become Part I of Childhood's End.
He wrote regular critical articles for ; and letters to ; British newspapers, and after a visit to the British zone in October and November 1946, he published these along with a series of photos he took there in In Darkest Germany in January 1947.
The AAFC took its share: its 1946 rosters included 40 of the 66 College All-Stars, two recent Heisman Trophy winners ( Frank Sinkwich and Angelo Bertelli ), and more than 100 players with NFL experience.
Additionally, the British took over more than seventy homes for their own use by the middle of 1946.
Campanella's 1946 season proceeded largely without racist incidents, and in one game Campanella took over the managerial duties after manager Walter Alston was ejected.
The initial discovery, by Bedouin shepherd Muhammed edh-Dhib, his cousin Jum ' a Muhammed and Khalil Musa, took place between November 1946 and February 1947.
In February 1946, he took a leave of absence from his magazine work for a senior position in the State Department as director of the Office of Economic Security Policy.
Bell first took up swimming lessons in 1946 at Oakwood Pool, joining the Dolphinette Club coached by Alex Duff.
* Balzac, 1946 – written, as Richard Friedenthal describes in a postscript, by Zweig in the Brazilian summer capital of Petrópolis, without access to the files, notebooks, lists, tables, editions and monographs that Zweig accumulated for many years and that he took with him to Bath, but that he left behind when he went to America.
Groundbreaking ceremonies took place on August 5, 1946 and the original makeshift church was constructed from two Army barracks.
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Alexander thus chose to retire from the army and take up the new position, and, in anticipation of his viceregal posting, was on 26 January 1946 appointed Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George.
Haganah and Palmah first collaborated with the British against them, particularly during the Hunting Season, before actively joining them in the Jewish Resistance Movement, then finally choosing an official neutral position after 1946 while the Irgun and the Lehi went on their attacks against the British.
In 1946, Gottwald gave up the secretary-general's post to Rudolf Slánský and was elected to the new position of party chairman.
During 1946, Friedman accepted an offer to teach economic theory at the University of Chicago ( a position opened by departure of his former professor Jacob Viner to Princeton University ).
He left the University of California to become professor at Indiana University, holding this position from 1946 until he retired in 1971.
Robert Penn Warren's 1946 American novel All the King's Men, the story of populist politician Willie Stark's rise to the position of governor and eventual fall, based on the career of the corrupt Louisiana Senator Huey Long, won the 1947 Pulitzer Prize.
Later that year, he went to London as Deputy United States Delegate to the Preparatory Commission of the United Nations Organization, a position he held until February 1946.
Before he assumed the position of Minister of Finance, he was well known as head of the Vietnamese delegation to the Vietnam-France post-war negotiations at Fontainebleau ( France ) in May 1946.
However, he defeated Lovette in 1932 and returned to Congress, serving until 1947, when he stepped down to devote his full energies to serving as chairman of the Republican National Committee, a position he had held since 1946.
The party, under its three different names, held every political position until 1946 when the PAN started winning posts for municipal president and federal deputies and senators, starting in 1946, after the party changed its name to its current name Partido Revolucionario Institucional.
However, the Soviet Union was, at first, disappointed that the communist party did not take advantage of their position after receiving the most votes in 1946 elections.
Initially appointed, Roby was elected to the position on April 11, 1944, In 1946, Roby was succeeded by A. C. Borland, who served for twenty-two years.
In July 1946, James Monroe Smith, scandal-plagued former president of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, accepted the position as head of academic studies at Burritt Preparatory School for Boys, a down-graded version of Burritt College.
Many of these records made # 1 on early versions of the US pop charts-" The Gypsy " was their biggest chart success, staying at the # 1 position for 13 weeks in 1946.
The Communists under Klement Gottwald saw their position strengthened after the 1946 elections but Masaryk stayed on as Foreign Minister.
He graduated from City College in 1946 and moved to the University of Pittsburgh to undertake post-graduate workplace while teaching as a professor of psychology at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and later moved to the University of Utah where he held the position of professor of management in the college of business.
George Islay MacNeill Robertson, Baron Robertson of Port Ellen, ( born 12 April 1946 ) is a British Labour Party politician who was the tenth Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, between October 1999 and early January 2004 ; he succeeded Javier Solana in that position.
After 1925, Fluminense began pressuring for the professionalization of football, but it wasn't until the 1950s that the club started to accept black players in its squad, however, in 1945 hired a black coach, Gentil Cardoso, who was champion in Rio in 1946, a position that most clubs in the world took a lot to offer to a black man.
In 1946, in response to the rapid growth of the U. S. government's executive branch, the position of Assistant to the President of the United States was established.
The effect was that the test became difficult to satisfy, and the courts adopted the position that the scope of the plea was not to be further widened ( e. g. Carraher v HM Advocate ( 1946 ) JC 108 held that the plea was not available to a person suffering from psychopathic personality.
In 1946, Roosevelt's successor, Harry S. Truman, later appointed him chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Board, a position he served until the next year.
In 1946, with the creation of a cabinet level Minister of Defence separate from the prime minister, it ceased to be a cabinet position, and the office was abolished ( along with that of First Lord of the Admiralty and Secretary of State for Air ) on 1 April 1964, when the cabinet position was replaced by the Secretary of State for Defence-in charge of a new united Ministry of Defence.