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The nearby airbase was the home station for the Stab & I / KG53 ( Staff & 1st Group of Kampfgeschwader 53 ) operating 38 Heinkel He 111 bombers.
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The authorities feigned agreement to the Cairo demand, ( although Egyptian Prime Minister Aziz Sedki had already told the German authorities that the Egyptians did not wish to become involved in the hostage crisis ), and at 10: 10 p. m. a bus carried the hostages and terrorists from 31 Connollystraße to two Bell UH-1 military helicopters, which were to transport them to nearby Fürstenfeldbruck, a NATO airbase.
According to the Soviets, the plane was shot down, while the Israelis claim that it was damaged and forced to land at a nearby airbase.
For the next seven weeks, FBI agents and sailors from a nearby naval airbase searched for the bodies, wading into swamps, and hacking through underbrush.
It could be argued to be one of the most " Americanized " of Athenian municipalities, since an American airbase was located nearby until the early 1990s.
With a total of four Tornado GR1 squadrons at Brüggen, and 2 more at its nearby sister airbase RAF Laarbruch, Brüggen and Laarbruch formed the largest Tornado force in NATO.
Continuing his escape, Daryl infiltrates a nearby airbase and steals an SR-71 Blackbird to return to the Richardsons, and communicates by radio with his friend Turtle to arrange a meeting point.
The social impact of the United States Air Force fighter airbase and its nearby sister, RAF Mildenhall, on the economy of Lakenheath and on the nearby towns and villages is important.
The " thou " pronunciation was adopted by the Americans nearby at RAF Croughton when the airbase was in use by the USAF.
During wartime, men around Durham City were scarce, but there was an airbase nearby, Middleton St. George, and Canadian Airmen often came to the rink as ice hockey was very popular in Canada at that time, as it still is, and competition was a good way to boost morale.
It was suggested that the Kolmeshöhe Cemetery near Bitburg was both suitably close and relevant, as 11, 000 Americans attached to a nearby airbase lived in harmony with the same number of Germans.
The Sri Lankan team was air-lifted from Gaddafi Stadium to a nearby airbase, from where they were evacuated back to Sri Lanka.
Poznań-Ławica airport has been confused by pilots with a nearby airbase, Poznań-Krzesiny Airbase ( ICAO code: EPKS ), which also has a runway.
After independence in 1975, MiG 23 aircraft from the nearby airbase launched air strikes against the SADF during the Battle of Cuito Cuanavale ( 1987 – 1988 ), a battle of the Angolan Civil War ( 1975 – 2002 ).
The world consisted of a single-runway airbase and a nearby target range with several " bullseye " targets.
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It was established in a couple of buildings in the shopping district, with only a few professors, but all eminent men, and a few hundred eager students housed in nearby dwellings.
The headquarters of Morgan was on a farm, said to have been particularly well located so as to prevent the farmers nearby from trading with the British, a practice all too common to those who preferred to sell their produce for British gold rather than the virtually worthless Continental currency.
The 15th Street deposit is not to be confused with the nearby famous Mayflower Hotel cypress swamp on 17th Street reported in The Washington Post, August 2, 1955, which was probably formed during the second interglacial period and is therefore much younger.
It is hardly necessary to remind students of covered bridges that Timothy Palmer was born in 1751 in nearby Rowley ; ;
There was no extra horse so it was left to his comrades who, though numbering in the fifties, had stood around on the hillside nearby without firing a shot during the entire attack.
He could read on the nearby scoreboard that Palmer, by then playing the 15th hole, was leading him by a stroke.
Galanthis, a maid of Alcmene who was nearby, observed Lucina's actions and quickly deduced Juno's plans.
Politically, Abadan was often the subject of dispute between the nearby states ; in 1847, Persia acquired it, in which state Abadan has remained since.
The St. Olaf College Choir was established as an outgrowth of the local St. John's Lutheran Church, where Christiansen was organist and the choir was composed at least partially of students from the nearby St. Olaf campus.
His cavalry ravaged the nearby woods and the countryside, while the rest of the troopes moved to Turrus, a castle located in the present municipality of Algarinejo, which was surrounded within five days, while its environs were also devastated.
The nearby St John the Baptist Church of the same parish was originally built in the 13th century, with some of the original architecture still intact.
In the 18th century Aberdour's harbour was improved by the addition of a stone pier to help handle the coal traffic from nearby collieries.
Robert Roy MacGregor was born at the head of nearby Loch Katrine, and his well known cattle stealing exploits took him all around the area surrounding Aberfoyle.
Another famous character was Joe Btfsplk, who wants to be a loving friend but is " the world's worst jinx ," bringing bad luck to all those nearby.
St Athanasius was born in the city of Alexandria or possibly the nearby Nile Delta town of Damanhur ca.
St Athanasius was an Egyptian born in the city of Alexandria or possibly the nearby Nile Delta town of Damanhur.
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I heard subsequently that my Uncle and Aunt had dinner in a nearby restaurant in the French Quarter after which he went home to get into his costume to keep the date.
The two older boys, Hans and Anders, his junior by a year, therefore went daily to the home of a warm and friendly wigmaker nearby for instruction in German ; ;
The club have consistently affirmed their desire to keep Chelsea at their current home, but Chelsea have nonetheless been linked with a move to various nearby sites, including the Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Battersea Power Station and the Chelsea Barracks.
It was reportedly anchored in the river Dart for more than a year and the crew were used as labourers on the nearby Greenway Estate which was the home of Sir Humphrey Gilbert and his half-brother Sir Walter Raleigh.
Bidder died at his home at Paradise Point near Warfleet Creek and is buried at nearby Stoke Fleming.
Young females disperse to nearby areas at that time ; young males often stay in the mother's home range until they are two or three years old.
In 1817, Van Lennep ( who was in the city council at the time ) had also placed the monument De Naald ( Heemstede ) at his own home in nearby Heemstede.
Reacting against his Confucian upbringing, aged 10 Mao ran away from home, heading for what he believed was a nearby town, but eventually his father found him and brought him home.
It is based at the Arden Street Oval in the inner Melbourne suburb of North Melbourne, but plays its home matches at the nearby Docklands Stadium.
Despite several upgrades between December 1923 and July 1924, the nearby Hotel Esplanade's formidable bulk prevented the transmitter from functioning effectively and so in December 1924 it was superseded by a better sited new one, but Vox-Haus lived on as the home of Germany's first radio station, Radiostunde Berlin, founded in 1923, renamed Funkstunde in March 1924, but it moved to a new home in 1931 and closed in 1934.
He grew up nearby at the home of his father, Henry John Bennett, at Hopewell Cape, the shire town of Albert County, then a town of 1, 800 people.
Euan MacKie suggested that Skara Brae might be the home of a privileged theocratic class of wise men who engaged in astronomical and magical ceremonies at nearby sites like the Ring of Brodgar and the Standing Stones of Stenness.
It was also the first time that the Super Bowl was coincidentally played in the home market of one of the participants ; at the time, the Rams played at nearby Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
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Most importantly, the Fertile Crescent was home to the eight Neolithic founder crops important in early agriculture ( i. e. wild progenitors to emmer wheat, einkorn, barley, flax, chick pea, pea, lentil, bitter vetch ), and four of the five most important species of domesticated animals — cows, goats, sheep, and pigs — and the fifth species, the horse, lived nearby.
Disconcerted and confused, he and Casy meet their old neighbor, Muley Graves, who tells them that the family has gone to stay at Uncle John Joad's home nearby.
Following a hurricane and a renewed outbreak of disease, the colony collapsed, with the English departing for the nearby French colony on Sainte-Croix, the Danes fleeing to Saint Christopher and home, and the Dutch assisting their countrymen on Ter Tholen in stealing everything of value, particularly the remaining Danish guns and ammunition.
The 13th century village of Castroreale, home to a tower from a medieval castle built by King Frederick II of Aragon, is located nearby.
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He rapidly changes his mind and runs away from home, riding into the nearby wilderness on Lummox's back.