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On the other hand, Russia also participated to some degree in the nationalist ( cultural and political ) movements of Central and Eastern Europe.
On September 5, 1901 Patrick T. Powers, president of the Eastern League announced the formation of the second National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues, the NABPL or " NA " for short.
On July 16, 1918, the Council of People's Commissars formed the Extraordinary Commission for combating counterrevolution at the Czechoslovak ( Eastern ) Front, led by M. I. Latsis.
On the left of the altar, towards the Eastern Orthodox chapel, there is a statue of Mary, believed to be working wonders ( the 13th Station of the Cross, where Jesus ' body was removed from the cross and given to his family ).
On the Western Front, no Allied army had penetrated the western German frontier, and on the Eastern Front, Germany had already won the war against Russia, concluded with the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk.
On 1 September Admiral Ahsan assumed the command of the Eastern Military High Command, and became a unified commander of Pakistan Armed Forces in East-Pakistan.
On the Eastern Front, Soviet fighter forces were overwhelmed during the opening phases of Operation Barbarossa.
On 8 March 870, three days after the end of the counsel the Papal and Eastern delegates met with the Bulgarian ambassadors led by the kavhan Peter to decide the status of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church.
On the Eastern part of the Empire, Valerian was confronted with serious troubles.
On the Eastern Front the USSR was lacking pilots and several French pilots joined the Soviet Union and fought the Luftwaffe in the Normandie-Niemen squadron.
On the Eastern Orthodox liturgical calendar, his feast day is December 2.
On the quayside may be seen the Pier Hotel of 1860 and Great Eastern Hotel of 1864, both reflecting the town's new importance to travellers following the arrival of the railway line from Colchester in 1854.
The Eastern Orthodox teaching regarding veneration of icons is that the praise and veneration shown to the icon passes over to the archetype ( Basil of Caesarea, On the Holy Spirit 18: 45: " The honor paid to the image passes to the prototype ").
On the Eastern Orthodox liturgical calendar his feast day is September 22 also ( for those churches which follow the traditional Julian calendar, September 22 currently falls on October 5 of the modern Gregorian calendar ).
On Easter Day 2007, it was estimated that many of the two billion Catholic, Anglican, Protestant and Eastern Orthodox Christians who were sharing in the celebration of Easter would read, recite, or sing the short prayer in hundreds of languages.
On the fourth floor, he set up an X-shaped trading desk — designed to maximize his contact with traders and salesmen — from which he worked very long hours, invariably starting his day before 5 am Pacific ( 8 am Eastern, prior to the opening of the markets in New York ).
On 6 December 1786, an Order in Council was issued, designating " the Eastern Coast of New South Wales, or some one or other of the Islands adjacent " as the destination for transported convicts, as required by the Transportation Act of 1784 ( 24 Geo. III, c. 56 ) that authorised the sending of convicted felons to any place appointed by the King in Council.
On the Eastern Orthodox liturgical calendar, his feast day is December 1 ( for those churches which follow the traditional Julian Calendar, December 1 currently falls on December 14 of the modern Gregorian Calendar ).
On December 1, 1874, Queen Esther Chapter No. 1 became the first Prince Hall Affiliate chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star when it was established in Washington, D. C. by Thornton Andrew Jackson.
File: 2010 Sandstorm over Eastern China. jpg | On November 11, 2010, a wall of sand blew across northern China, covering much of the North China Plain and Shandong Peninsula.
On 13 May 1956, Pope Pius addressed all bishops of the Eastern Rite.
On the night of 20 – 21 August 1968, Eastern Bloc armies from four Warsaw Pact countries – the Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Poland and Hungary — invaded the ČSSR.
On 29 November 1939 he sent out a cable regarding the " Evacuation of New Eastern Provinces ", describing details of the deportation of people by railway to concentration camps, and giving guidance surrounding the December 1939 census, which would be the basis on which those deportations were performed.
On the one hand, agricultural funds the Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union ( CAP ) is spread across more countries ( the Eastern Europe countries have a significant agricultural sector ), on the other, the structural and cohesion funds have declined inevitably due to the Spanish economic success ( since their income has progressed strongly in absolute terms ) and due to the incorporation of less developed countries, lowers the average income per capita ( or GDP per capita ), so that Spanish regions relatively less developed, have come to be in the European average or even above it.

On and Front
features the song, " All Quiet On The Western Front " ( written by Elton and Bernie Taupin ).
On 26 August 1944, the Fatherland Front made the decision to incite an armed rebellion against the government, which led to the appointment of a new government on 2 September.
On September 5, 2005, the National Elections Board of Ethiopia released the final election results, which confirmed that the ruling Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front retained its control of the government, but showed that opposition parties had increased their share of parliamentary seats, from 12 to 176.
On September 5, 2005, the National Elections Board of Ethiopia released the final election results in which confirmed that the ruling Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front retained its control of the government, but showed that opposition parties had increased their share of parliamentary seats, from 12 to 176.
On the Western Front the small improvised trenches of the first few months rapidly grew deeper and more complex, gradually becoming vast areas of interlocking defensive works.
On the other hand, Muslim-owned and run media ( not just Western media ) have used the terms " Islamist " and " Islamism " — as distinguished from Muslim and Islam — to distinguish groups such as the Islamic Salvation Front in Algeria or Jamaa Islamiya in Egypt, which actively seek to implement Islamic law, from mainstream Muslim groups.
On April 17, 1950 ( 25 years to the day before the Khmer Rouge captured Phnom Penh ), the first nationwide congress of the Khmer Issarak groups convened, and the United Issarak Front was established.
On Feb. 27, 1976, the Polisario Front formally proclaimed the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and set up a government in exile, initiating a guerrilla war between the Polisario and Morocco, which continued until a 1991 cease-fire.
* December 27 – Mao Zedong issues the Wayaopao Manifesto, On Tactics Against Japanese Imperialism, calling for a National United Front against the Japanese Invasion.
On September 18, 1989, while Compaoré was returning from a two-week trip to Asia, Lengani and Zongo were accused of plotting to overthrow the Popular Front.
On his orders, the IDF performed a long-range undercover raid to rescue passengers of an airliner hijacked by militants belonging to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine's Wadie Haddad faction and the German Revolutionary Cells ( RZ ), and had been brought to Idi Amin's Uganda.
* On 21 June 1995, he attacked singer Patrick Bruel on his policy of no longer singing in the city of Toulon because the city had just elected a mayor from the National Front.
On October 14, 2008, the Court, conducted a series of divided votes declared " contrary to law and the Constitution " the MOA-AD of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and Moro Islamic Liberation Front Tripoli Agreement of Peace on 2001.
On 6 September, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine hijacked and blew up four emptied international airplanes on Jordanian soil, despite protests from Nasser who issued condemnations against the hijackers.
On 20 December 1960, under instructions from Hanoi, southern communists established the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam ( NLF ) in order to overthrow the government of the south.
On the other hand, a variety of new contributors were listed as members of Front 242 on these albums: Jean-Marc Pauly and Pierre Pauly ( of the Belgian electronic group Parade Ground ) on Up Evil, and 99 Kowalski and Eran Westwood on Off.
On June 1, 2008, the Alfa Matrix label announced that Front 242 would make an ultimate statement towards abusive audio compression by releasing the free two-track download, First Moment.
On 12 June 1917, he was transferred to the Western Front, 2nd Company, Reserves, Field Depot of the 2nd Guards Reserve Division at Hem-Lenglet.
On 25 January, the Joint Intelligence Committee expressed support for the idea, as it tied in with the ULTRA-based intelligence that dozens of German divisions which had been deployed in the west were being moved to reinforce the Eastern Front and that the interdiction of these troop movements should be given a high priority.

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