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Michael Collins, pseudonym of Dennis Lynds, is generally considered the author who led the form into the Modern Age.
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Kennedy's goal was accomplished on the Apollo 11 mission when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed their Lunar Module ( LM ) on the Moon on July 20, 1969 and walked on its surface while Michael Collins remained in lunar orbit in the command spacecraft, and all three landed safely on Earth on July 24.
In 1998, he played astronaut Michael Collins in the Golden Globe Award-winning HBO miniseries From the Earth To the Moon.
Argentine boxer Carlos Monzon, who didn't have a clear diction, had his voice dubbed by a professional actor when he played the lead in the drama La Mary, and Gert Frobe, who played Auric Goldfinger in the James Bond film of that name ( Goldfinger ) was because of his heavy German accent dubbed by Michael Collins.
Astronauts on the next three Gemini flights ( Eugene Cernan, Michael Collins and Richard Gordon ), performed several EVAs, but none was able to successfully work for long periods outside the spacecraft without tiring and overheating.
Camps such as Frongoch internment camp became " Universities of Revolution " where future leaders like Michael Collins, Terence McSwiney and J. J. O ' Connell began to plan the coming struggle for independence.
* Michael Collins is a 1996 movie by Neil Jordan starring Liam Neeson on the life and career of Michael Collins.
Its origins lie in the struggle for Irish independence and the pro-Treaty side in the Irish Civil War, identifying in particular Michael Collins as the founder of the movement.
Michael Collins ( Irish leader ) | Michael Collins, founding father of the pro-Treaty movement that would become Fine Gael.
As the descendant of the pro-Treaty factions in the Irish Civil War, Fine Gael has a strong affinity with Michael Collins and his legacy.
The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam in the Sri Lankan Civil War, the Afghan Mujahideen in the Soviet war in Afghanistan, George Grivas and Nikos Sampson's Greek guerrilla group EOKA in Cyprus, Aris Velouchiotis and Stefanos Sarafis and the EAM against the Axis occupation of Greece during World War II, Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck and the German Schutztruppe in World War I, Josip Broz Tito and the Yugoslav Partisans in World War II, and the antifrancoist guerrilla in Spain during the Franco dictatorship, the Kosovo Liberation Army in the Kosovo War, and the Irish Republican Army led by Michael Collins during the Irish War of Independence.
Prospect Cemetery is located in Glasnevin, although better known as Glasnevin Cemetery, the most historically notable burial place in the country and the last resting place, among a host of historical figures, of Michael Collins, Eamon DeValera, Charles Stewart Parnell and also Arthur Griffith.
Members who supported the treaty formed the nucleus of the Irish National Army founded by IRA leader Michael Collins.
Cathal Brugha, TD Príomh Aire ( January – April 1919 ) Long-term Minister for Defence and rival to Michael Collins.
Those elected were: Michael Collins ( Director for Organisation ); Diarmuid Lynch ( Director for Communications ); Michael Staines ( Director for Supply ); Rory O ' Connor ( Director of Engineering ).
Moreover, Michael Collins was planning a clandestine guerrilla campaign against the Northern state using the IRA.
Michael and pseudonym
They exchanged letters debating doctrine signing as Michael Servetus and Charles d ' Espeville, Calvin's pseudonym for these letters.
It was written by " David Agnew " a pseudonym for David Fisher, Douglas Adams, and Graham Williams and directed by Michael Hayes.
* Cato, the pseudonym for the authors of the 1940s polemic Guilty Men ; Michael Foot, Frank Owen, Peter Howard
Rastrick was the birthplace of religious writer Margaret Barber who wrote under the pseudonym Michael Fairless, and the eccentric inventor Wilf Lunn.
The project was started by Fabrice Bellard ( using the pseudonym " Gerard Lantau "), and has been maintained by Michael Niedermayer since 2004.
Michael Russell, an author who had brought out a book about fly fishing in 1991, noted how much of a cult figure the fictional Hartley had become, and published it under the pseudonym J. R. Hartley with the title Fly Fishing: Memories of Angling Days.
Montgomery wrote nine detective novels and two collections of short stories under the pseudonym Edmund Crispin ( taken from a character in Michael Innes's Hamlet, Revenge !).
Been used the pseudonym ' Robert Turner ' on the first two records, in an attempt not to be linked to his father ( Michael Been of The Call.
Sebastian Castellio ( 1515 – 1563 ) was a French Protestant theologian who in 1554 published under a pseudonym the pamphlet Whether heretics should be persecuted ( De haereticis, an sint persequendi ) criticizing John Calvin's execution of Michael Servetus: " When Servetus fought with reasons and writings, he should have been repulsed by reasons and writings.
* Michael Wharton, a newspaper columnist who wrote under the pseudonym Peter Simple in the British Daily Telegraph.
Michael Wharton ( 19 April 1913 – 23 January 2006 ) was a newspaper columnist who wrote under the pseudonym Peter Simple in the British Daily Telegraph.
Circle Of Three is a series of young adult paperback novels by Michael Thomas Ford under the pseudonym Isobel Bird.
Black, took a story credit on the episode, which was otherwise written by D. C. Fontana ( using the pseudonym J. Michael Bingham ).
Although not a child actor, aged around seven he played " Ted " ( using the pseudonym Maxwell Findlater ) in the 1967 film, Accident, written by Harold Pinter ( screenplay ) and starring Stanley Baker, Dirk Bogarde and Michael York.
A notable criticism from the actor Joel de la Fuente has been quoted in an article by P. G. Min & R. Kim ( under the pseudonym " Michael ", on p. 744 ), in which he describes his perception of a possibly stereotypical nature of his character Lt. Paul Wang, for which ( referring to the Silicates story arc ) he felt " discomfort " for a role that he describes as " a cowardly soldier who betrayed his comrades ":