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In Europe, Premier Clemenceau, showing his animal proclivities as the `` Tiger of France '', asked Pershing by letter for the creation of special houses where the sexual desires of American men could be satisfied.
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Europe and Premier
During the final stages of World War II the future of Europe was decided between the Allies in the 1945 Yalta Conference, between the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, U. S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the Premier of the Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin.
** Yalta Conference, wartime meeting from 4 February 1945 to 11 February 1945 among the heads of government of the United States, the United Kingdom, and the Soviet Union — President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Premier Joseph Stalin, respectively — for the purpose of discussing Europe's postwar reorganization, intended to discuss the re-establishment of the nations of war-torn Europe.
This is the sixth-highest of any domestic professional sports league in the world and the third-highest of any professional association football league in Europe, behind the German Bundesliga and English Premier League.
The winners qualify for the UEFA Europa League, unless they have qualified for the Champions League through their league position, in which case the Europa League berth goes to the highest-placed team from the Premier League not already qualified for Europe.
continental Europe offer two distinct first-class services, which they call Business Premier and Standard Premier respectively, in addition to standard class.
Striker Kevin Phillips was the highest league scorer in England and Europe with 30 goals in the Premier League, and therefore won the European Golden Shoe that season ; he is the last Englishman to win the accolade to date.
The 2006 / 7 season saw Carmarthen qualify for Europe again via the Intertoto Cup, finishing fourth in the Welsh Premier.
This was the first time Kewell had been out of the country but provided him his first taste of football in Europe, having also attended a Premier League match for the first time as a spectator.
In 1994, Topps ( then known in Europe as Merlin ) acquired the Premier League license allowing the company to exclusively publish the only official Premier League sticker and album collection in the UK.
In May 2004 Bo was one of the few ministers hand-picked to accompany Premier Wen Jiabao on a five-country trip to Europe.
In the second half of March 1939, Goerdeler together with Dr. Schacht and Hans Bernd Gisevius visited Ouchy, Switzerland to meet with a senior French intelligence agent representing the Premier Édouard Daladier Goerdeler told the Deuxième Bureau agent that the strain of massive military spending had left the German economy on the verge of collapse, that Hitler was determined to use the Danzig issue as an excuse to invade Poland, which in itself was only a prelude for a German seizure of all of Eastern Europe, that a forceful Anglo-French diplomatic stand could deter Hitler, and that if Hitler were deterred long enough, then the economic collapse of Germany would cause the downfall of his regime.
Despite the attention of huge clubs all around Europe, Van der Sar eventually opted to move to the English Premier League, joining newly promoted London club Fulham for a reported £ 7. 1 million.
Since 2002, Best Western International has begun creating an upscale brand for some properties located in Europe and Asia: Best Western Premier.
Kilmarnock finished highly in the Scottish Premier League and he guided them into Europe, playing a total of four two-legged ties over three seasons.
After just one year, Hierro returned to Europe, signing with Premier League side Bolton Wanderers on the advice of his English team-mate at Real Madrid Steve McManaman, and teaming up with another former club employee, Iván Campo.
Earlier in that campaign they recorded their biggest single leg ( 5 – 1 ) and aggregate ( 9 – 3 ) wins in Europe ( against Welsh Premier League club Rhyl ).
Supporters were complimented in Europe, especially by Franz Beckenbauer, who said he had never witnessed such great ambiance from away-supporters and that Premier League clubs had never seen so many away-fans at a club-match ( 4, 500 ).
Thus now the Russian Premier League are among the best in Eastern Europe, as evidenced by recent victories in the UEFA Cup ( CSKA Moscow defeated Sporting CP in the 2005 final and Zenit St. Petersburg earned a victory over Rangers F. C.
In February 1935, at a summit in London between the French Premier Pierre Laval and the British Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald led to an Anglo-French communiqué issued in London that proposed talks with the Germans on arms limitation, an air part, and security pacts for Eastern Europe and the nations along the Danube.
After his 6 month contract ended, Núñez wanted to try his luck in Europe after turning down offers to join Mexican Premier League clubs.
Ligue 1 is one of the top national leagues, currently ranked sixth in Europe behind the English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, the German Bundesliga, the Italian Serie A and the Portuguese Primeira Liga.
Europe and Clemenceau
Lloyd George wanted to punish Germany politically and economically for devastating Europe during the war, but did not want to utterly destroy the German economy and political system — as Clemenceau wanted — with massive reparations.
Rather than recognizing territories of the Austrian-Hungarian empire solely within the principles of self-determination, Clemenceau sought to weaken Hungary just as Germany and remove the threat of such a large power within Central Europe.
People in Europe generally welcomed Wilson's intervention, but his Allied colleagues ( Georges Clemenceau, David Lloyd George and Vittorio Emanuele Orlando ) were skeptical of the applicability of Wilsonian idealism.
He worked mostly trying to sway the direction that the French ( George Clemenceau ) and British ( Lloyd George ) delegations were taking towards Germany and its allies in Europe, as well as the former Ottoman lands in the Middle East.
He stands out as one of the major liberal reformers of late 19th-and early 20th-century Europe alongside Georges Clemenceau and David Lloyd George.
Former UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim felt that this new world order was a projection of the American dream into Europe, and that, in its naïveté, the idea of a new order had been used to further the parochial interests of Lloyd George and Clemenceau, thus ensuring the League's eventual failure.
Gapon and Rutenberg were welcomed in Europe by both prominent Russian emigrants Georgy Plekhanov, Vladimir Lenin, Pyotr Kropotkin, and French socialist leaders Jean Jaurès and Georges Clemenceau.
His lack of financial acumen was noted years earlier by Clemenceau, who reportedly commented " My finance minister is the only Jew in Europe who knows nothing about money.
At the 1919 Peace of Paris where the leaders of France, Britain and the USA ( led by Georges Clemenceau, David Lloyd George and Woodrow Wilson ) met to decide the future of Europe, Wilson proposed his famous Fourteen Points for peacemaking.
Gapon and Rutenberg fled abroad, being welcomed in Europe both by prominent Russian emigrants Georgy Plekhanov, Vladimir Lenin, Pyotr Kropotkin, and French socialist leaders Jean Jaurès and Georges Clemenceau.
Europe and showing
Map of the Roman empire and contemporary indigenous Europe in AD 125, showing the location of the Bastarnae, divided into two groups.
A graph of the populations of Ireland and Europe indexed against 1750 showing the disastrous consequence of the 1845 — 49 famine.
To reduce the risk of introducing rabies from continental Europe, the United Kingdom used to require that dogs, and most other animals introduced to the country spend six months in quarantine at an HM Customs and Excise pound ; this policy was abolished in 2000 in favour of a scheme generally known as Pet Passports, where animals can avoid quarantine if they have documentation showing they are up to date on their appropriate vaccinations.
Map of Europe in 1648 showing the three Romanian principalities: Wallachia, Transylvania and Moldova
Map of the Roman empire and contemporary indigenous Europe in AD 125, showing the location of the Saxons in Northern Germany.
Central Europe at the end of the Thirty Years ' War, showing the fragmentation that resulted in decentralization.
Map of the Roman empire and contemporary indigenous Europe in AD 125, showing the location of the Heruli at the Denmark | Danish islands.
The system in place was nevertheless characterized by singular inconsistencies, prioritizing plunder over killing, showing leniency toward most Jews in the Old Kingdom, and ultimately refusing to adopt the Final Solution as applied throughout Nazi-occupied Europe.
The design still retains all elements of the original designs, including the twelve stars, however the map of the fifteen states is replaced by one showing the whole of Europe as a continent, without borders.
Tectonic structures of Europe, showing Iberia and the three " Portuguese " tectonic regions ( far left )
A caricature from the period showing Lola Montez leaving Europe for the United States of America | United States.
The film had been banned in many parts of Europe, and the theatre's owner, Alfred Esdaile, was apparently fined for showing it.
In addition to showing Africa, Asia and Europe, the map depicts a landmass south-west of Greenland in the Atlantic labelled as Vinland ; the map describes this region as having been visited by Europeans in the 11th century.
Brown and Gilman argued that the choice of form is governed by either relationships of ' power ' and / or ' solidarity ', depending on the culture of the speakers, showing that ' power ' had been the dominant predictor of form in Europe until the twentieth century.
Map of the Roman empire and contemporary indigenous Europe in AD 125, showing the location of the Thuringians in modern day Germany.
alt = A map of the Middle East and parts of Africa, Europe, and Asia showing the expansion of the Islamic Caliphate by 750.
It is known widely as Tertiary age fossils in Europe and well outside its present day range in Asia and North America, showing a once circumpolar northern distribution.
Maps of Egypt, based on the 2nd century Claudius Ptolemaeus ' mammoth work Geographia, have been circling in Europe since the late 14th century, all of them showing Thebes ' ( Diospolis ) location.