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The downfall of the regime is attributed to its embezzlement of millions of dollars in foreign aid that was given to the country in response to the devastating 1972 earthquake.
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Following the downfall of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, the two countries signed a military agreement to increase military cooperation.
Although these reforms provoked considerable opposition, Wang's regime met its ultimate downfall with the massive floods of c. 3 CE and 11 CE.
A number of factors contributed to the downfall of the Tsarist regime in the spring of 1917, both short and longer term.
In July 1974, the events in Cyprus led to the downfall of the military regime, and Karamanlis returned from exile to become prime minister.
In the years following the downfall of the Suharto regime decentralization policies were implemented, giving more autonomy to provinces, thereby allowing West Sumatra to reinstitute the nagari system.
'” He points out that his visit was unrelated to the political side of the regime and that during his visit to Chile he even stated that following his economic liberalization advice would help bring political freedom and the downfall of the regime.
Despite the fact that they were expected to sing their first song in their hometown Timişoara, the city that sparked the Romanian Revolution of 1989 that eventually led to the downfall of the Communist regime, their first post-1989 concert took place in Bucharest, the capital of Romania.
The agent manages to infiltrate the slaves and replace the magnetic tape with a totally different message: " burn the books, kill the priests " which cause the downfall of their regime.
Emami states that, “ He is not sloganeer preaching, overtly or covertly, the downfall of the autocratic regime ( 1 )”.
Despite what Goerdeler perceived as a major set-back after Munich, he continued with his efforts to bring about the downfall of the Nazi regime.
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.
On the outbreak of war, Hoare became Lord Privy Seal in the War Cabinet, with a wide-ranging brief, until the downfall of the Neville Chamberlain regime.
The Official Story can be considered alongside a group of other films that were the first to be made in Argentina after the downfall in 1983 of the last Argentine dictator, General Galtieri, and his autocratic regime.
In 1942-1943, during World War II he was imprisoned for his political activity ( notably, in the camp at Târgu Jiu ), and, as a member of a paramilitary grouping, played a secondary part in the events of August 23, 1944 that led to the downfall of the Ion Antonescu regime.
Student-led demands for a return to constitutional government, the so-called " 14 October 1973 uprising ", led to three days of violence followed by the sudden downfall of his regime.
The Menon government lasted until the downfall of the Indira Gandhi regime in 1977 ( no state elections were held in this period ).
He was responsible for the eventual downfall of their hundred year regime, allowing his computerized attendant too much control over the systems of his decadent palace.
On the downfall of the Vichy regime, Abrial was arrested and charged with collaboration, for which he lost his pension.
After the downfall of the communist regime in East Germany in 1989 ( Die Wende ) the first democratic municipal elections took place in May 1990.
This referred to the bloody clash between Carol and the Iron Guard, to Goga's downfall, and to the establishment of a three successive wartime dictatorships: Carol's National Renaissance Front, the Guard's National Legionary State, and the authoritarian regime of Conducător Ion Antonescu.
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As Jacques Revel notes, the success of the Annales School, especially its use of social structures as explanatory forces contained the seeds of its own downfall, for there is " no longer any implicit consensus on which to base the unity of the social, identified with the real.
Atë, Greek for ' ruin, folly, delusion ', is the action performed by the hero, usually because of his / her hubris, or great pride, that leads to his / her death or downfall.
Herwig Wolfram opens his chapter on the eighth Visigothic king, " Alaric's reign gets no full treatment in the sources, and the little they do contain is overshadowed by his death in the Battle of Vouillé and the downfall of the Toulosan kingdom.
* Tragedy: a drama in which a character's downfall is caused by a flaw in their character or by a major error in judgment.
The term is derived from the ancient Greek noun (), which means " the abandonment ", " the downfall ", or " the darkening of a heavenly body ", which is derived from the verb () which means " to abandon ", " to darken ", or " to cease to exist ," a combination of prefix (), from preposition (), " out ," and of verb (), " to be absent ".
Lilith as serpent then proceeds to trick Eve into eating the fruit from the tree of knowledge and in this way is responsible for the downfall of all of mankind.
It is thought that Shakespeare never read Gesta Danorum, and instead had access to an auxiliary version of the tale describing the downfall of the Prince of Denmark, whose real name-Amleth-was used in anagram by Shakespeare for Hamlet.
Urquhart also receives support from Collingridge, who is unaware of Urquhart's role in his own downfall.
Atë, ancient Greek for " ruin, folly, delusion ," is the action performed by the hero or heroine, usually because of his or her hubris, or great pride, that leads to his or her death or downfall.
* 1967 – London criminal Jack McVitie is murdered by the Kray twins, leading to their eventual imprisonment and downfall.
It is apparently not until Prometheus reveals this secret of Zeus's potential downfall that the two reconcile in the final play, Prometheus the Fire-Bringer or Prometheus Pyrphoros, a lost tragedy by Aeschylus.
Although he is full of ideas, his lack of practical knowledge of how to implement them and his total unfamiliarity with the technology and customs of the period lead to his downfall.
But the ultimate potentiation of every passion is always to will its own downfall, and so it is also the ultimate passion of the understanding to will the collision, although in one way or another the collision must become its downfall.
This is generally the most unstable point of sail, but the easiest for a novice to grasp conceptually, making it a common downfall for beginners.
Dorian's " poisonous French novel " that leads to his downfall is believed to be Joris-Karl Huysmans ' novel À rebours.
It is not to be wondered at that one who held to the old faith should attribute the downfall of the Roman Empire in great part to the religious innovations attendant upon the spread of Christianity.
* 1410: The Battle of Grunwald is the decisive battle of the Polish – Lithuanian – Teutonic War leading to the downfall of the Teutonic Knights.
** London criminal Jack McVitie is murdered by the Kray twins, leading to their eventual imprisonment and downfall.
The opera, written in the genre of opéra comique with musical numbers separated by dialogue, tells the story of the downfall of Don José, a naive soldier who is seduced by the wiles of the fiery gypsy Carmen.
The film is sometimes cited, as on the DVD release of the 1952 Singin ' in the Rain, as the movie that led to the downfall of Gilbert's career.