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His son George is a historian of science, one of whose books is Project Orion: The Atomic Spaceship 1957 1965.
The first woman to be appointed to a professor's chair was the historian Birgitta Odén ( 1965 ).
* 1965 Jennifer Michael Hecht, American poet and historian
** Arthur Schlesinger, Sr., American historian ( d. 1965 )
Silent Night historian Renate Ebeling-Winkler Berenguer says that the first mention of a broken organ was in a book published in the United States, The Story of Silent Night ( 1965 ) by John Travers Moore.
In 1965, the German historian Ernst Nolte claimed that Action Française was fascist.
Theofan Stilian Noli, better known as Fan Noli ( January 6, 1882 March 13, 1965 ) was an Albanian-American writer, scholar, diplomat, politician, historian, orator, and founder of the Albanian Orthodox Church, who served as prime minister and regent of Albania in 1924 during the June Revolution.
In 1991, he became the first economic historian to win the John R. Commons Award, which was established by the International Honors Society for Economics in 1965.
* Matila Costiesco Ghyka ( 1881 1965 ), Romanian writer, historian and diplomat
Already in 1965 the art historian Barabara Rose had named La Monte Young's Dream Music, Morton Feldman's characteristically soft dynamics, and various unnamed composers " all, to a greater or lesser degree, indebted to John Cage " as examples of " minimal art ", but did not specifically use the expression " minimal music ".
December 23, 1878 March 2, 1965 ) was a Georgian historian, philologist, sociologist and public benefactor, Dr. Sci., Professor.
* 1962 1965: Gerard Labuda ( 1916 2010 ), historian
* 1965 1972: Czesław Łuczak ( 1922 2002 ), historian
* William Dalrymple ( born 1965 ), historian
MHA was founded in December 1965 at the American Historical Association ( AHA ) meeting in San Francisco under the leadership of Latter-day Saint and historian, Leonard J. Arrington.
In 1965 the German historian Friedrich Benninghoven proposed Jauniūnai village in Joniškis district, Lithuania as the battle site.
* Geoffrey Howse, actor, author and local historian, as a boy in the mid-1950s until 1965, lived in Ebenezer Place ( now demolished ).
Robert von Dassanowsky FRHistS, FRSA ( b. January 28, 1965, New York City ) is an Austrian-American academic, writer, film and cultural historian, and producer.
It occupies what was once the Roman settlement of Forum Clodii, now surrounded by an herb garden, part of the complex of English-style gardens at the adjoining Villa San Librato, designed by Russell Page in 1965 for the art historian conte Donato Sanminatelli and his contessa, Maria Odescalchi, and carried out over the following decade.
The most important influences on his thought were Bergson and, later, Wilhelm Worringer ( 1881 1965 ), German art historian and critic ; and in particular his Abstraktion und Einfühlung ( Abstraction and Empathy, 1908 ).
Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Sr. ( February 27, 1888 October 30, 1965 ) was an American historian.
* Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Sr. ( 1888 1965 ), American historian and professor at Harvard University
Zdzisław Kaczmarczyk ( 1911 1980 ) was a Polish historian and director of the Western Institute ( Instytut Zachodni ) in Poznań from 1964 to 1965.
Michał Sczaniecki ( 1910 1977 ) was a Polish historian of state and law, especially of Poland and France ; professor of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań from 1951 to 1965, and director of the Western Institute ( Instytut Zachodni ) in Poznań from 1961 to 1964, later professor at Warsaw University.

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and the maximum amount of such payments which may be made on account of such sales made during the calendar year 1965 shall not exceed $3,500,000.
This aircraft, which was planned for initial operational use about 1965, would be complementary to but likewise competitive with the four strategic ballistic missile systems, all of which are scheduled to become available earlier.
By 1965, several or all of these systems will have been fully tested and their reliability established.
by 1965, production may range from 200 to 350 million lb. for flexible and from 115 to 150 million lb. for rigid.
Nassau is currently building a central collection of reference materials in its Hempstead headquarters, which will reach its goal of 100,000 volumes by 1965.
Next were films such as The Winds of the Aures ( 1965 ) of Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina, Patrol To The East ( 1972 ) of Amar Laskri, Prohibited Area of Ahmed Lallem, ( 1972 ), The Opium and the stick of Ahmed Rachedi, or The Battle of Algiers ( 1966 ) which is an Algerian-Italian film selected three times at the Oscars.
* In 1965, Robert Manry crossed the Atlantic from the U. S. to England non-stop in a 13. 5 foot ( 4. 05 meters ) sailboat named " Tinkerbell ".
* 1965 Launch of Early Bird, the first communications satellite to be placed in geosynchronous orbit.
* 1965 The British Government announces the cancellation of the TSR-2 aircraft project.
* 1909 William M. Branham, American evangelist ( d. 1965 )
* 1965 US President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Voting Rights Act of 1965 into law.
* 1965 The largest swimming pool in Europe was opened in Fürstenfeld, Austria.
* 1965 Mark Speight, English television host ( d. 2008 )
* 1965 Singapore is expelled from Malaysia and becomes the first and only country to date to gain independence unwillingly.
* 1965 A fire at a Titan missile base near Searcy, Arkansas kills 53 construction workers.
* National Day, celebrates the independence of Singapore from Malaysia in 1965.
Albert Schweitzer, OM ( 14 January 1875 4 September 1965 ) was a German and then French theologian, organist, philosopher, physician, and medical missionary.
The tempo of the play changed over the next four series in the 1960s, held in 1962 63, 1964, 1965 66 and 1968.

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