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This incident, coupled with Stalin's demands for the restitution of the Turkish provinces of Kars, Artvin and Ardahan to the Soviet Union ( which were lost by Turkey with the Russo – Turkish War of 1877 – 1878, but were regained with the Treaty of Kars in 1921 ) was one of the main reasons why Turkey decided to give up its general principle of neutrality in foreign affairs.
Despite repeated demands from visiting Soviet emissaries, Feltrinelli refused to cancel or delay publication.
Stalin also stated that the Polish government-in-exile demands for self-rule were not negotiable, such that the Soviet Union would keep the territory of eastern Poland they had already taken by invasion with German consent in 1939, and wanted the pro-Soviet Polish government installed.
* 1944 – Continuation war: the Soviet Union demands an unconditional surrender from Finland during the beginning of partially successful Vyborg – Petrozavodsk Offensive.
Ribbentrop first seems to have considered the idea of a pact with the Soviet Union after an unsuccessful visit to Warsaw in January 1939, when the Poles again refused Ribbentrop's demands about Danzig, the " extra-territorial " roads across the Polish Corridor and the Anti-Comintern Pact.
Ribbentrop's efforts to persuade Molotov to abandon his demands about Europe as the price of Soviet entry into the war as a German ally were entirely unsuccessful.
* There are ongoing popular demands to formally condemn the crimes committed by the Soviet regime, including the occupation and annexation of the country to the Soviet Union.
After the Munich agreement, the resulting increase in German military supply needs and Soviet demands for military machinery, talks between the two countries occurred from late 1938 to March 1939.
With the Western nations unwilling to accede to Soviet demands, Stalin instead entered a secret Nazi – Soviet alliance.
In the summer of 1940, fear of the Soviet Union, in conjunction with German support for the territorial demands of Romania's neighbors and the Romanian government's own miscalculations, resulted in more territorial losses for Romania.
Operation Barbarossa's failure led to Hitler's demands for further operations inside the USSR, all of which eventually failed, such as continuing the Siege of Leningrad, Operation Nordlicht, and Battle of Stalingrad, among other battles on occupied Soviet territory.
To avoid the professional hazard of politicized history, some historians chose pre-modern, mediæval history or classical history, where ideological demands were relatively relaxed and conversation with other historians in the field could be fostered ; nevertheless, despite the potential danger of proscribed ideology corrupting historians ’ work, not all of Soviet historiography was corrupt.
** Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev demands an apology from President Dwight D. Eisenhower for the U-2 reconnaissance plane flights over the Soviet Union, thus aborting the summit meeting scheduled for Paris in 1960.
* December 7 – The United Nations Security Council is called into session by the Soviet Union in order to consider Soviet demands for the Security Council to seek the immediate release of the former Congolese Premier Patrice Lumumba.
* March 29 – The 23rd Communist Party Conference is held in the Soviet Union ; Leonid Brezhnev demands that U. S. troops leave Vietnam, and announces that Chinese-Soviet relations are not satisfying.
Although the Soviet and East German forces threaten to invade West Berlin if the U. S. does not withdraw that decision, the U. S. does not acquiesce to Communist demands and occupies West Berlin ; two U. S. Army divisions attempt to fight their way into Berlin, but the Russian and East German forces defeat them in battle.
Soviet Russia ( and later, the USSR ) did not recognize the union, and by 1924, after its demands for a regional plebiscite were declined by Romania for the second time, declared Bessarabia to be Soviet territory under foreign occupation.
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Mutesa recognized the seriousness of the rank-and-file demands for Africanizing the officer corps, but he was more concerned about potential northern domination of the military, a concern that reflected the power struggle between Mutesa and Obote.
Mutesa used his political power to protect the interests of his Baganda constituency, and he refused to support demands for Africanization of the officer ranks.
On January 22, 1964, soldiers of the 1st Battalion, Uganda Rifles, in Jinja mutinied to press their demands for a pay raise and a Ugandan officer corps.
His segments are also largely played for laughs, and at one point includes a scene alluding to his character Ed Norton from The Honeymooners, where an Imperial officer demands that he " get on with it " while Carney dallies with a prop.
The company hired Jeff Stegenga to be its chief restructuring officer ( CRO ) in an effort to satisfy bondholder demands and recapitalize the company.
Due to the demands of his job as a police officer, he hires Susan Smith ( played by Debrah Farentino ) to be the building manager, and the pair become romantically involved throughout the first season.
Erwin Rommel, who, as a junior officer, won the Pour le Mérite for his exploits in the battle, often bemoaned the demands placed upon his " poorly fed troops ".
When Jean-Baptiste arrives on the scene and demands that the officer tell him what happened, the officer says that the family refused to be split up, and started inciting a riot by yelling communist slogans.
As part of the campaign for the five demands, the Provisional Irish Republican Army officer commanding in the Maze prison, Bobby Sands, was nominated as an Anti-H-Block / Armagh Political Prisoner candidate.
It is usually employed by personnel whose job demands frequent use of keys, such as a security guard, prison officer, janitor, or retail store manager.
The New Granada government refused to comply with these demands, and the British representative, acting upon his instructions, called in the assistance of the West Indian fleet, but observed in his communication to the British naval officer in command that it was desirable to avoid hostilities, and to endeavour to bring about the desired result by a strict blockade only.
* In R. C. Sherriff's play Journey's End, the character Hibbert lies about having neuralgia to his commanding officer, and demands to be sent home.
* Television show Danger Man episode " Don't Nail Him Yet " -- Patrick McGoohan recites the first stanza when he catches a navy officer selling secrets and the contact demands to know who McGoohans is.
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This shows that the inverted retina is an adaptation to deliver abundant quantities of oxygen to the retina commensurate with its high energy demands and with good maintenance by the retinal pigment epithelial ( RPE ) cells against photo-oxidative damage
Immediately thereafter, the actual Mr. McDougal ( Frank Ferguson ) shows up to claim the shipments and, fearing them damaged whenever Wilbur and Chick mishandle them, demands that the crates be delivered in person so his insurance agent can inspect them.
At the same time costs for the increasingly complex field shows mounted and creative and instructional demands rose leading many competitive corps to falter and become inactive.
The shows later in their career for the California tours, while still involving various members in costumes, were largely devoid of the masks and outfits due to the increased demands of the music.
And when debtors have succedd in arranging with their creditors, hundreds are detained in prison for chamber-rent and other unjust demands put forward by their gaolers, so that at last, in their despair, many are driven to commit suicide ... gaolers should be paid a fixed salary and forbidden, under pain of instant dismissal, to accept bribe, fee or reward of any kind ... law of imprisonment for debts influicts a greater loss on the country, in the way of wasted power and energies, than do monasteries and nunneries in foreign lands, and among Roman-Catholic peoples ... Holland, the most unpolite country in the world, uses debors with mildness and malefactors with rigour ; England, on the other hand, shows mercy to murderers and robbers, but of poor debtors impossibilities are demanded ...
The demands of his production work necessitated a break in his live shows in 2007 / 2008, although he has performed the occasional acoustic show in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane during that time.
" The molder shows up and demands a list of sins, but Peer has none to give, unless Solveig can vouch for him.
Experimental evidence shows that a balance between skills of the individual and demands of the task ( compared to boredom and overload ) only elicits flow experiences in individuals characterized by an internal locus of control or a habitual action orientation.
All these compositions are very much in advance of the age in which they were written ; and in his operas Steffani shows an appreciation of the demands of the stage very remarkable indeed at a period at which the musical drama was gradually approaching the character of a merely formal concert, with scenery and dresses.
And when debtors have succeeded in arranging with their creditors, hundreds are detained in prison for chamber-rent and other unjust demands put forward by their gaolers, so that at last, in their despair, many are driven to commit suicide ... gaolers should be paid a fixed salary and forbidden, under pain of instant dismissal, to accept bribe, fee or reward of any kind ... law of imprisonment for debts inflicts a greater loss on the country, in the way of wasted power and energies, than do monasteries and nunneries in foreign lands, and among Roman-Catholic peoples ... Holland, the most unpolite country in the world, uses debtors with mildness and malefactors with rigour ; England, on the other hand, shows mercy to murderers and robbers, but of poor debtors impossibilities are demanded ...
The group quickly shows a disrespect for authority and demands to be taken to a planet they call " Eden " ( a reference to the Biblical Garden of Eden ).
They take the ship out of Holand harbor, with Mitt stowing away beneath deck, and when they are sufficiently far out to sea, Mitt shows himself, and demands that they take him to the North, where he can hide from the Earl's soldiers.
He is also known for his extortionate prices ; he demands 398 Rupees per chart, plus 201 Rupees for the IN-credible Chart that shows the location of the Triforce Charts and Triforce Shards from the charts that have been deciphered.
It shows the pilot dealing with problems such as an unruly child of a VIP visiting his control room, recalculating the trajectory when the spoiled brat sends the rocket off course, facing a choice between jettisoning cargo and not having enough fuel to reach the destination, and coping with the demands of superiors.