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When and Albrecht
When Henry died 1335 Jan, King of Bohemia, renounced his claims, and Albrecht, Duke of Austria, received Carniola ; it was proclaimed a duchy by Rudolf IV, in 1364.
When the curtain rises on the first act, the cottage of Giselle and her mother Berthe are seen on one side, and opposite is seen the cottage of Duke Albrecht of Silesia, a nobleman who has disguised himself as a peasant named Loys, in order to sow a few wild oats before his marriage to Bathilde, the daughter of the Prince of Courland.
* Rabitz, Albrecht & Gisela Rabitz,When the Namazu Shakes its Body ”, Andon, No. 88, 2010, pp. 5-27.
When offered the head coaching job by team general manager J. I. Albrecht, He was reluctant to accept it, wanting to spend more time with his family.
When Alfred Kubel resigned from the office of Premier in 1976, Albrecht was surprisingly elected his successor.
When Albrecht Dürer visited the Netherlands in 1521, apart from artworks he sent back to Nuremberg various animal horns, a piece of coral, some large fish fins and a wooden weapon from the East Indies.
When Albrecht was made a Feldmarschall in March 1888, Crown Prince Rudolf was appointed his subordinate as Generalinspekteur der Infanterie ( Inspector General of Infantry ).
When he died in Arco on 18 February 1895, Archduke Albrecht received a state funeral and was buried in tomb 128 of the Imperial crypt in Vienna.
When Karl-Jesco von Puttkamer, Hitler's liaison officer to the Navy, was transferred to active service on 19 June 1938, Albrecht took over that position.
When he was brought in for questioning in 1935 on suspicion of violating Paragraph 175, Albrecht declared, " Everybody knows I'm a homosexual.

When and Dürer
When L ' Antico and Dürer saw it, the Apollo was probably still in the personal collection of della Rovere, who, once he was pope as Julius II, transferred the prize in 1511 to the small sculpture court of the Belvedere, the palazzetto or summerhouse that was linked to the Vatican Palace by Bramante's large Cortile del Belvedere.

When and visited
When Captain John Gibault of Salem had visited Burma in 1793 his ship, the Astra, had been promptly commandeered and taken by her captors up the Irrawaddy River.
When the fate of the individual is visited on the group, then ( the warm sweet butter dripped from her raised trembling fork and she pushed her head forward belligerently ), ah, then the true bitterness of existence could be tasted.
When she was nine years old, she wrote a description of a store she had visited.
When King Saud visited Washington, the overwhelming question consuming the press was the size of his family.
When Richard Nixon visited China in 1972, this song was played as the welcome music.
When Charlotte's friend Ellen Nussey visited Haworth in 1833, she reported that Emily and Anne were " like twins ", " inseparable companions ".
When Gianfranco Fini visited Israel in late November 2003 in the function of Italian Deputy Prime Minister, he labeled the racial laws issued by the fascist regime in 1938 as " infamous ", as also Giorgio Almirante, historic leader of MSI, had done before.
When Saint Macarius visited Saint Anthony, Saint Anthony clothed him with the monk's garb, and foretold him what would be of him.
When Bede was about 17 years old, Adomnan, the abbot of Iona Abbey, visited Monkwearmouth and Jarrow.
When Snodgrass and Heller visited Clipperton in 1898, they reported that " no land plant is native to the island ".
When Defoe visited in the mid 1720s, he claimed that the hostility towards his party was, " because they were English and because of the Union, which they were almost universally exclaimed against ".
When Dr Blackwell visited London in 1859, Elizabeth travelled to the capital.
When Orwell was in the sanatorium in Kent his wife's friend Lydia Jackson visited.
When Pausanias visited Thebes in Boeotia, in the second century AD, he was shown Hector's tomb and was told that the bones had been transported to Thebes according to a Delphic oracle.
When Mary Pickford visited Hawks at basic training, his superior officers were so impressed that they promoted him to flight instructor and sent him to Texas to teach new recruits.
When Keller visited Akita Prefecture in Japan in July 1937, she inquired about Hachikō, the famed Akita dog that had died in 1935.
" When James Bruce visited the area in the later 18th century, he noted that the locals counted 45 inhabited islands, but stated he believed that " the number may be about eleven.
When Susan B. Anthony visited Aberdeen, she stayed with the Baums.
When the early humanist Benzo d ' Alessandria visited Verona before 1310, he noted the " Laberinthum which is now called the Arena "; perhaps he was seeing the cubiculi beneath the arena's missing floor.
When Banda visited a city, a contingent of women were expected to greet him at the airport and dance for him.
When Jinnah called for Direct Action, on 16 August 1946, Gandhi was infuriated and visited the most riot prone areas to stop the massacres, personally.
When Maria's eldest sister Alexandra visited Gatchina in July 1894, she was surprised to see how weak her brother-in-law Alexander III had become.
Rowse wrote, ' When Menzies visited us All Souls College, Oxford he told me that he was a Cornish Sampson on his mother's side.
When Morse visited Rome, he refused to take his hat off in the presence of the Pope.
) When representatives of the science ministry visited DS9 in " Destiny ", they were noticeably less nationalistic than most Cardassians seen previously.

When and Netherlands
When he returned to the Netherlands in October 1979, his band had begun to fall apart, and soon his popularity went downhill.
When U2 performed in the Netherlands three weeks after Brood's suicide, they paid tribute to him at each of the three shows.
When France was negotiating with the Netherlands about purchasing Luxembourg in 1867, the Prussian Kingdom threatened the French government with war.
When the southern provinces of the newly formed kingdom seceded in 1830 ( Belgian Revolution ), the Dutch garrison in Maastricht remained loyal to the Dutch king, William I of the Netherlands, even when most of the inhabitants of the town and the surrounding area sided with the Belgian revolutionaries.
When the senior branch of the family died out in 1559, the Electorate passed to Frederick III of Simmern, a staunch Calvinist, and the Palatinate became one of the major centers of Calvinism in Europe, supporting Calvinist rebellions in both the Netherlands and France.
When the single was released in late 2002, it became Williams ' biggest international hit, going number one in countries like The Netherlands and Italy, as well as reaching the top ten in almost every single European country.
When news of a peace agreement between Portugal and the Netherlands reached Asia in 1663, Goa was the only remaining Portuguese city on the west coast.
When the Netherlands revolted against Spanish rule, beginning in 1566, the territories in what is now Nord-Pas-de-Calais were those most loyal to the throne, and proved the base from which the Duke of Parma was able to bring the whole southern part of the Netherlands back under Spanish control.
When the Romans came to the Netherlands c. 50 BC, the area around was called Oppidium Arnoldi Villa.
When the northern Netherlands revolted against King Philip II of Spain in the Dutch Revolt, the three northern quarters of Gelderland joined the Union of Utrecht and became part of the United Provinces upon the 1581 Act of Abjuration, while only the Upper Quarter remained a part of the Spanish Netherlands.
When France launched the ( Franco-Spanish war of 1635-59 ), Thomas Francis served under the Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand, brother of Philip IV in the Spanish Netherlands.
When the northern provinces of the Netherlands revolted, the archdiocese fell, with the overthrow of the Spanish power.
When the Germans invaded the Netherlands on the 10th of May 1940 German paratroopers landed in Dordrecht.
When William the Silent, count of Nassau, with estates in the Netherlands, inherited the title Prince of Orange in 1544, the Principality was incorporated into the holdings of what became the House of Orange-Nassau.
When his mother Queen Beatrix became the queen regnant of the Netherlands, prince Willem-Alexander obtained the title " Prince of Orange " as new heir to the Dutch throne.
When this industry left the area for cheaper production centers in South-East Asia, Enschede became one of the poorest municipalities in the Netherlands.
When William of Orange decided to found the first university in the Netherlands in 1575, he initially considered locating it in Middelburg.
When the Netherlands ratified The Treaty of Strasbourg on September 1, 1974, Veronica applied for legal status and became the VOO, Caroline moved anchorage to the English coast, and RNI closed down completely.
When Jacob Munster, a young man from the Netherlands who until the 1860s spelled his surname " Monster ," opened an area General Store complete with a U. S. postal station on the back, the local farmers and settlers came to rely on the postal station, which soon became a United States Post Office.
When the Netherlands and Belgium separated in 1830, there was support for adding Limburg to Belgium, but in the end ( 1839 ) the province was divided in two, with the eastern part going to the Netherlands and the western part to Belgium.
When it was a municipality, Warmond had the highest death rate in all of Netherlands.
When Henry Hudson sailed up what would become known as the Hudson River in 1607, he claimed the entirety of the watershed of the river, including Englewood, for the Netherlands, making the future region of Englewood a part of New Netherland.

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