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Dark Victory (disambiguation)

Dark Victory is a 1939 film based on a 1934 stageplay. Dark Victory may also refer to: In literature: "Dark Victory" book a 1986 book by Dan E. Moldea Dark Victory: The Life of Bette Davis, a book by Ed Sikov Dark Victory Star Trek, a Star Trek n ...

DUrville

DUrville or dUrville is a French family name, notably that of explorer Jules Dumont dUrville who gave his name to many places and objects, especially in Antarctica and New Zealand. It may also refer to:

Blofeld (disambiguation)

Ernst Stavro Blofeld is a villain in the James Bond series of novels and films. The name may also refer to: John Blofeld judge born 1932, English barrister and former High Court judge Tom Blofeld born 1964, writer, owner and CEO of Bewilderwood, ...

Sixteen Days

Sixteen Days or 16 Days may refer to: Sixteen Days, 1939 novel by Hans Habe Sixteen Days, English name of the Tamil-language Indian film Laadam based on Lucky Number Slevin "Sixteen Days", a 1998 song by The Appleseed Cast from album The End of t ...

Leka

Leka, Crown Prince of Albania born 1982, also known as King Leka II, grandson of Zog I of Albania and son of Leka I Leka, Crown Prince of Albania born 1939 1939–2011, also known as King Leka I, son of Zog I of Albania Donald Leka, an entrepreneur ...

Algiers putsch (disambiguation)

The Algiers putsch can be one of the three historical military coups detat that happened in French Algerias capital -then second to Paris as most populated French city- in different contexts;

Atabay

Zia Atabay born 1942, Iranian-American singer, TV host and human rights activist Rahime Atabay born 1995, Turkish womens footballer Kambiz Atabay born 1939, Iranian sports administrator

St. Jude (disambiguation)

The author of the Epistle of Jude Jude Milhon 1939–2003, hacker and author who used the pseudonym St. Jude Jude, brother of Jesus, one of the brethren of Jesus

146th Regiment Royal Armoured Corps

The 146th Regiment Royal Armoured Corps was an armoured regiment of the British Armys Royal Armoured Corps that served in India, Burma, and Sumatra during and after World War II. 146 RAC survived the war, and was still active in early 1947. The D ...

Malvinas (disambiguation)

Malvinas is the Spanish name for the Falkland Islands, an archipelago in the south Atlantic Ocean. Malvinas, Malvinas Islands or Islas Malvinas may also refer to: HMS Tiger Bay, a vessel of the Royal Navy until 1986, formerly PNA Islas Malvinas o ...

Mile Bogovic

Bishop Mile Bogovic is a Croatian Roman Catholic prelate who served as a Titular Bishop of Tamata and Auxiliary Bishop of Archdiocese of Rijeka–Senj from 4 June 1999 until 25 May 2000 and the first Diocesan Bishop of the new created Gospic-Senj s ...

Council of Three

In the history of humanity there were several collective bodies named Council of Three. Most of them served either as a collegial head of state or other governing organisation. Czechoslovak Council of Three - an underground organisation uniting m ...

Hoheres Kommando z.b.V. XXXI

The Corps was formed on 15 October 1939 in Deutsch-Krone from the Border Protection Unit "Grenzschutz-Abschnitts-Kommando 1". In March 1940, the Higher Command was moved to Northern Germany, to take part in the Invasion of Denmark "Weser Ubung Su ...

David Kirby

David Kirby may refer to: David Kirby, attorney and law partner of John Edwards David Kirby professor born 1942, professor of business administration at British University in Egypt David Kirby academic, professor at the School of Slavonic and Eas ...

Angel Ibañez

Angel Ibañez is a Spanish former cyclist, who was professional between 1962 and 1969. In the 1967 Vuelta a España, Ibañez won the 13th stage and finished 41st overall. Finally, Angel Ibañez manages to reach the foot of the Basilica of El Pilar tw ...

Kabila

Kabila, Harju County, village in Kernu Parish, Harju County, Estonia Tapong incl. Kabila, a village in Andaman & Nicobar Islands, India Kabila, Viljandi County, village in Suure-Jaani Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia

Gordon Reid

Gordon Reid may refer to: Gordon Reid actor 1939–2003, Scottish actor Gordon McGregor Reid born 1948, director general and chief executive of The North of England Zoological Society Gordon Reid governor 1923–1989, governor of Western Australia Go ...

Negroponte

Chalkis, capital of Euboea, Greece Euboea, a Greek island of which Chalkis is the capital Lordship of Negroponte, crusader state established on the island after the Fourth Crusade

German trawler V 102 Cressida

Cressida was built in Lubeck in early 1939 as a cargo vessel by the shipbuilder Lubecker Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft. On 1 October 1939, the ship was requisitioned by the Kriegsmarine as V 102 and was placed in the 1 Vorpostenflotille. In June of 1 ...

Luis Ramos

Luis Ramos may refer to: Luis Ramos fighter born 1981, Brazilian mixed martial artist Luis Ramos Uruguayan footballer born 1939, Uruguayan footballer Luis Vega Ramos born 1970, Puerto Rican lawyer and politician Luis Ramos, Jr. born 1988, Mexican ...

Fishermans Wharf

Fishermans Wharf may refer to: Macau Fishermans Wharf, a theme park located in Macau, China Tamsui Fishermans Wharf, a wharf located in Danshuei Township, Taiwan Kaohsiung Fishermans Wharf, a wharf located in the city of Kaohsiung, Taiwan Fisherm ...

168th Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

The 168th Infantry Division was an infantry division of the German Heer during World War II. It was active between 1939 and 1945.

Mehrab (disambiguation)

A mehrab or mihrab is a semicircular niche in the wall of a mosque that indicates the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca and, hence, the direction that Muslims should face when praying. Mehrab may also refer to:

Baghi

Baghi may refer to: Baghi 2005 film, an Indian film in Punjabi, directed by Sukminder Dhanjal, starring Om Puri Baghi 1956 film, a Pakistani film in Urdu, black and white Baghi 1964 film, an Indian film in Hindi, directed by Ram Dayal, color Bagh ...

A37

A-37 Michigan county highway, a road in Michigan connecting Allegan and Hudsonville A37 road Isle of Man, or Marine Drive Road A 37 motorway Germany, a road connecting the borough of Hannover-Buchholz and Burgdorf via Altwarmbuchen and the Hanove ...

Yukio Ota

Yukio Ota was born in 1939. He graduated from the Tama Art University in 1962. He went on to develop the pictorial language LoCoS starting in 1964, before starting work at Tokyo Zokei University in 1967. In 1979, he created the "running man" exit ...

KWFT (disambiguation)

KXNW, a television station channel 25/PSIP 34 licensed to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, United States, which held the call sign KWFT from 2004 to 2006 KFCD, a radio station 990 AM licensed to Farmersville, Texas, United States, which held the call si ...

4th Brigade

4th Guards Brigade United Kingdom 4th Parachute Brigade United Kingdom 4th Cavalry Brigade United Kingdom 4th Armoured Brigade United Kingdom, 1939–1945 IV Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery 4th Mounted Brigade United Kingdom 4th London Infantry Brig ...

Clemency (disambiguation)

Clemency, Luxembourg, a town Clemency Castle, a castle located in the town of Clemency, Luxembourg Clemency commune, a former commune in Luxembourg. Now merged into the commune of Kaerjeng Matton-et-Clemency, a commune in northern France Clemency ...

Barro (disambiguation)

Barro may refer to: In people: Robert Barro, an American classical liberal macroeconomist Josh Barro, columnist for The New York Times, son of Robert Barro. Ousmane Barro, a Senegalese basketball player Babou Barro, Ivorian footballer Oumar Barro ...

Javier Gonzalez

Javier Gonzalez may refer to: Javier Alberto Gonzalez born 1979, Colombian cyclist Javier Gonzalez politician, politician in Puerto Rico Javier Gonzalez racing driver born 1962, Mexican racing driver Javier Gonzalez basketball born 1989, basketba ...

Alexey Vasilyev

Aleksei Vasiliev or Alexey Vasilyev may refer to: Alexei Mikhailovich Vasiliev born 1939, Russian Africanist, director of Institute of African Studies Aleksey Vasilyev policeman, Russian policeman, last Director to the Police Department of Russia ...

Nikolai Svobodin

Nikolai Svobodin was a Soviet actor of the Socialist realism genre. He was born in village Uzmore, Novouzensk uyezd, Samara Governorate, Russian Empire as Nikolay Kapitonovich Pechkin. He was a recipient of the Order of the Red Banner of Labour, ...

Dieng

Aïyb Dieng, Senegalese drummer and percussionist Ousmane Tanor Dieng born 1948, first secretary of the Socialist Party of Senegal Ndiouga Dieng, Senegalese singer and past member of Orchestra Baobab Oumar Dieng born 1972, French footballer of Sen ...

Middleton

Middleton, a fictional setting in the DC Comics Martian Manhunter comic book series Middleton, the fictional hometown of Buster Landru "Rant" Casey in Chuck Palahniuks novel Rant Middleton, the fictional hometown of Kim Possible Middleton, a fict ...

Southern Front

Southern Front is a geographical area where armies are engaged in conflict, and may refer to: Southern Front of the Free Syrian Army Southern Front RSFSR, a front of the Red Army during the Russian Civil War 1918-1920 Southern Front Southern Suda ...

Rabbit Run

Rabbit, Run, a 1960 novel by John Updike "Rabbit Run", a song by Eminem from 8 Mile: Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture Rabbit, Run film, a 1970 American independent film based on the Updike novel "Run Rabbit Run", a 1939 song by Noel ...

LXXVIII Army Corps (Wehrmacht)

The LXXVIII Army Corps for special deployment was a short-lived army corps of the German Wehrmacht during World War II. It was formed in early March 1944 and dissolved just under three months later. Its personnel was used for the formation of the ...

F28

F28, F-28 or F.28 may refer to: Corsair F-28 a US trimaran sailboat design Fokker F28 Fellowship, a Dutch commercial passenger jet produced between 1967 and 1987 Other nonorganic psychotic disorders, by ICD-10 Chapter V: Mental and behavioural di ...

Hermano

Hermanos film, a 1939 Argentine drama directed by Enrique de Rosas Los Pollos Hermanos, the fictional restaurant and occasional real-life pop-up from which the title derived its name Hermanas, 2005 film Hermano film, a 2010 Venezuelan drama film ...

Operation Rubezahl

Operation Rubezahl was the beginning of a strategic retreat by Nazi German troops from Serbia after the front change of Romania and Bulgaria during World War II.

Tientsin (disambiguation)

See Tianjin for the city named Tientsin / Tianjin See 2015 Tianjin explosions for the series of explosions that occurred in the Port of Tianjin Langfang, known as Tientsin Prefecture until 1973 See Cossack, Western Australia for the historic Ghos ...

Dibromoacetylene

Dibromoacetylene can be made by reacting 1.1.2-tribromoethylene with potassium hydroxide. This method has a danger of causing explosions. Another way is to react acetylene with phenyl lithium at −50 °C to make lithium acetylide, which then reacts ...

9N

9N or 9-N may refer to: Nepal, aircraft registration code Lorraine 9N Algol, a model of Lorraine Algol 9N or 9°N, the 9th parallel north latitude The ITU, prefix for radio stations in Nepal New York State Route 9N, a state highway in Eastern New ...

Pusa (disambiguation)

PUSA Inc., a record label founded by The Presidents of the United States of America "Pusa Road", a section of "Fire Garden Suite", a song by Steve Vai from his 1996 album Fire Garden The Presidents of the United States of America album, the bands ...

Augsburg (disambiguation)

Prince-Bishopric of Augsburg, a prince-bishopric principality ruled politically by a prince-bishop of the Holy Roman Empire that belonged to the Swabian Circle Augsburg, Arkansas, a small town in the United States Augsburg, Illinois, an unincorpo ...

A World Without Jews

A World Without Jews: The Nazi Imagination from Persecution to Genocide is a 2014 book by Alon Confino published by Yale University Press, which seeks to explain Nazism and the Holocaust by looking into the imaginations and fantasies of Nazis. It ...

David surgeon)

Professor David John David is a specialist in the area of Cranio-Maxillo facial surgery and plastic & reconstructive surgery of the Head and Neck. He was the founder of the Australian Craniofacial Unit. David was created a Companion of the Order ...

Ocean (youth camp)

Ocean is an educational camp for children and young people funded by the government of the Russian Federation. Ocean is an educational center for children and young people between 11 and 17 years old.

Knock Knock

Knock 2007 film, a horror film Knock 2015 film, an erotic horror film starring Keanu Reeves "Knock, Knock" Gotham, an episode from the second season of Gotham Knock 1940 film, an animated short film noted for the first appearance of Woody Woodpec ...