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William Reginald Hall, British Director of Naval Intelligence criticized the agreement on the basis that " the Jews have a strong material, and a very strong political, interest in the future of the country " and that " in the Brown area the question of Zionism, and also of British control of all Palestine railways, in the interest of Egypt, have to be considered ".
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A series of critical academic books and articles, however, held in check any appreciable growth of anti-Stratfordism and Oxfordism, most notably The Shakespeare Ciphers Examined ( 1957 ), by William and Elizebeth Friedman, The Poacher from Stratford ( 1958 ), by Frank Wadsworth, Shakespeare and His Betters ( 1958 ), by Reginald Churchill, The Shakespeare Claimants ( 1962 ), by H. N. Gibson, and Shakespeare and His Rivals: A Casebook on the Authorship Controversy ( 1962 ), by George L. McMichael and Edgar M. Glenn.
Agency William Morris Endeavor reported Christoph Waltz was cast to play a German bounty hunter, with Stacey Sher, Pilar Savone, and Reginald Hudlin producing.
Modern ragtime composers include William Bolcom, Trebor Tichenor, David Thomas Roberts, Max Morath and Reginald Robinson.
The tempera medium was used by American artists such as the Regionalists Andrew Wyeth, Thomas Hart Benton and his student Roger Medearis ; expressionists Ben Shahn, Mitchell Siporin and John Langley Howard, magic realists George Tooker, Paul Cadmus, Jared French, Julia Thecla and Louise E. Marianetti ; Art Students League of New York instructors Kenneth Hayes Miller and William C. Palmer, Social Realists Isabel Bishop, Reginald Marsh, and Noel Rockmore, Edward Laning, Anton Refregier, Jacob Lawrence, Rudolph F. Zallinger, Robert Vickrey, Peter Hurd, and science fiction artist John Schoenherr, notable as the cover artist of Dune.
Yorkists were tied so much to the old order that Catholic rebellions ( such as the Pilgrimage of Grace ) and aspirations ( exemplified by William Allen ( cardinal )) were seen as continuing in their reactionary footsteps, when in opposition to the Tudors ' reformation policies, although the Tudors were not uniformly Protestant according to Continental definition — instead were true to their Lancastrian Beaufort allegiance, in the appointment of Reginald Pole.
Whatever Henry said, it was interpreted as a royal command, and four knights, Reginald fitzUrse, Hugh de Morville, William de Tracy, and Richard le Breton, set out to confront the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The list of professors and alumni is long and illustrious, containing, among others, the names of Bembo, Sperone Speroni, the anatomist Vesalius, Copernicus, Fallopius, Fabrizio d ' Acquapendente, Galileo Galilei, William Harvey, Pietro Pomponazzi, Reginald, later Cardinal Pole, Scaliger, Tasso and Sobieski.
After the Wassenberg line became extinct in 1371 following the deaths of Reginald II's childless sons Edward II ( on 24 August, from wounds suffered in the Battle of Baesweiler ) and Reginald III ( on 4 December ), the ensuing Guelders War of Succession saw William I of Jülich emerge victorious.
During the attack on Becket in 1170 by the four knights, Sir Reginald FitzUrse, Sir Hugh de Morville, Brito and Sir William de Tracy, Brito is said to have broken his sword when chopping at Becket's head.
The film stars Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, with Fay Bainter, Reginald Owen, Minor Watson and William Bendix.
The sequence of events was the subject of a book titled Triumph in a White Suburb written by township resident Reginald G. Damerell ( New York: William Morrow & Company, Inc., 1968 ).
Gerald of Wales describes Maud as a ' prudent and chaste woman ' who bore her husband three sons William, Giles and Reginald de Braose.
William de Braose ( c. 1197 – 2 May 1230 ) was the son of Reginald de Braose by his first wife, Grecia Briwere.
* American Men's Singles Championship – William Larned defeats Reginald Doherty ( GB ) 4 – 6 6 – 2 6 – 4 8 – 6
After the First World War, the German naval officer and spy, Franz von Rintelen, interviewed Admiral William Reginald Hall, Director of British Naval Intelligence, and was informed that the Spee Squadron had been lured onto the guns of the British battlecruiser squadron by means of a fake telegram sent in a German naval code that British cryptographers had broken and which " ordered " the German ships to the Falkland Islands to destroy the wireless station there.
However, in 1925 the German naval officer, Franz von Rintelen, interviewed Admiral William Reginald Hall, Director of the Admiralty's Naval Intelligence Division ( NID ), who said that the Spee Squadron had been lured towards the British battlecruiser squadron by means of a fake signal sent in a German naval code broken by British cryptographers.
The University's first classes in the Government house were held in 1911 with 83 commencing students and Sir William MacGregor is the first chancellor ( with Reginald Heber Roe as vice-chancellor ).
The Assistant Architects were: George Esselmont Gordon Leith, Wilfred Clement von Berg, Charles Henry Holden ( who in 1920 became a Principal Architect ), William Harrison Cowlishaw, William Bryce Binnie, George Hartley Goldsmith, Frank Higginson, Arthur James Scott Hutton, Noel Ackroyd Rew, and John Reginald Truelove.
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Bulwer-Lytton was born on 25 May 1803 to General William Earle Bulwer of Heydon Hall and Wood Dalling, Norfolk and Elizabeth Barbara Lytton, daughter of Richard Warburton Lytton of Knebworth, Hertfordshire.
In his later years, Kirby, who has been called " the William Blake of comics ", began receiving great recognition in the mainstream press for his career accomplishments, and in 1987, he, along with Carl Barks and Will Eisner, was one of the three inaugural inductees of the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame.
* 1876 – Corrupt Tammany Hall leader William Magear Tweed ( better known as Boss Tweed ) is delivered to authorities in New York City after being captured in Spain.
Three researchers at NIST have been awarded Nobel Prizes for their work in Physics: William D. Phillips in 1997, Eric A. Cornell in 2001, John L. Hall in 2005, which is the largest number for any US government laboratory.
The negotiations succeeded ; while the war was in its final phase King William of Prussia was proclaimed German Emperor on 18 January 1871 in the Hall of Mirrors in the Château de Versailles.
The oldest existing part of the Palace ( Westminster Hall ) dates from the reign of William I's successor, King William II.
The Founder's Memorial Statue, a bronze statue of a seated William Marsh Rice, holding the original plans for the campus, was dedicated in 1930, and installed in the central academic quad, facing Lovett Hall.
The Academic Quad, anchored by a statue of founder William Marsh Rice, includes Ralph Adams Cram's masterpiece, the asymmetrical Lovett Hall, the original administrative building ; Fondren Library ; Herzstein Hall, the physics building and home to the largest amphitheater on campus ; Sewall Hall for the social sciences and arts ; Rayzor Hall for the languages ; and Anderson Hall of the Architecture department.
Architecturally notable Shriners Temples include the New York City Center, now used as a concert hall, Newark Symphony Hall, The Landmark Theater ( formerly The Mosque ) in Richmond, Virginia, the Tripoli Shrine Temple in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the Helena Civic Center ( Montana ) ( formerly the Algeria Shrine Temple ), and the Fox Theatre ( Atlanta, Georgia ) which was jointly built between the Atlanta Shriners and William Fox.
The campus includes numerous works by well-known artists ( including the Centennial Fountain by Seattle artist George Tsutakawa — recipient of an honorary doctorate from Seattle U .— and a large glass sculpture in the PACCAR Atrium of Piggot Hall by Tacoma, Washington artist Dale Chihuly, as well as works by Chuck Close, Jacob Lawrence, Gwendolyn Knight, William Morris ( glass artist ) and David Mach ) and several architecturally notable buildings.
Beneath the founder's statue are the coats of arms of Edward III, the founder of King's Hall, and those of his five sons who survived to maturity, as well as William of Hatfield, whose shield is blank as he died as an infant, before being granted arms.
The Fredericton campus features two sites of national historic importance, both designated as National Historic Sites of Canada: the 1827 Sir Howard Douglas Hall ( Arts Building ) and the 1851 William Brydone Jack Observatory.
Wallace was transported to London, lodged in the house of William de Leyre, then taken to Westminster Hall, where he was tried for treason and for atrocities against civilians in war, " sparing neither age nor sex, monk nor nun.
On 12 September 2009, William Gilbert Grace was posthumously inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame at Lord's.
* November 23 – Corrupt Tammany Hall leader William Marcy Tweed ( better known as Boss Tweed ) is delivered to authorities in New York City after being captured in Spain.
* William M. Tweed serves his last year as the " Boss " of the Tammany Hall political machine in New York.