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List of coin hoards in Vietnam

The list of coin hoards in Vietnam comprises significant archaeological hoards of coins, other types of coinages or objects related to coins discovered in Vietnam. The history of Vietnamese currency, independent from China, dates back to the Dinh ...

Sharda

Sharda may refer to: Sharda 1942 film, a 1942 Bollywood film Sharda University, a state private university in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India Sharda 1981 film, a 1981 Bollywood drama film Sharda, Azad Kashmir, Neelum District, Azad Kashmir, P ...

Kosovo national football team results (1942–75)

On 8 November 1967, Kosovo for first time as autonomous province of SFR Yugoslavia played a friendly match against Yugoslavia and the match ended with a 3–3 home draw and the starting line-up of that match was a mix between Albanian and Serbian p ...

Japanese tugboat Hokkai Maru

Hokkai Maru was a rescue tug of the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. She was the first of three ships of her class succeeding the Shōkai Maru class of high-powered tugboats.

1942 in professional wrestling

June 26 – Rodolfo Guzman Huerta makes his debut as the silver masked ring character El Santo, which would go on to become one of the most famous names in lucha libre as well as starring in over 50 lucha films.

Oboe Sonata (Howells)

Herbert Howells completed his sonata for oboe and piano in 1942. Rejected by its planned dedicatee Leon Goossens, the composition was suppressed and not performed in public until after the composers death in 1983.

Battle of Tripoli (1943)

The Battle of Tripoli was an engagement on between the Deutsch-Italienische Panzerarmee commanded by Erwin Rommel of Germany and Ettore Bastico of Italy, who held the town, and the British 8th Army, a Commonwealth force commanded by Sir Bernard M ...

Boatwomen’s training scheme

The boatwomens training scheme was an initiative in the United Kingdom during the Second world war to attract women to work on Britains canal network. Initiated by the Grand Union Canal Carrying Company in 1942 the scheme was taken over by the Mi ...

Sahara (disambiguation)

Sahara Tahoe, a resort casino in South Lake Tahoe, now the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Stateline Sahara India Pariwar, an Indian company Sahara Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada Air Sahara, a former Indian airline, now JetLite Sahara Airlines Algeria ...

Gary

Iran Gary, Iran, Sistan and Baluchestan Province United States Gary, West Virginia Gary, South Dakota Gary Tampa, Florida Gary Air Force Base, San Marcos, Texas Gary, Indiana, the largest city named Gary Gary – New Duluth, a neighborhood in Dulut ...

Front

Front, California, former name of Brown, California Front, Piedmont, an Italian municipality The Front, now part of the Delaware Park-Front Park System, in Buffalo, New York, US

Bombing of Pisa in World War II

The bombing of Pisa took place on 31 August 1943, during World War II. Aimed at disabling the citys marshalling yard, it also resulted in heavy damage to the city itself and civilian casualties.

Divorce (disambiguation)

A Divorce, a 1953 Mexican film The Divorce 1970 film, a comedy starring Vittorio Gassman and Anita Ekberg Divorce film, a 1945 drama starring Kay Francis and Bruce Cabot Le Divorce, a 2003 film by James Ivory Divorced 1943 film, a Mexican film Di ...

Harvest Festival (disambiguation)

A harvest festival is an annual celebration that occurs around the time of the main harvest of a given region. "Harvest festival" or "Harvest Festival" may also refer to: Harvest Festival United Kingdom Ami’s Harvest Festival, celebrated by Ami e ...

Maria Oran

Maria Oran Cury was a Spanish soprano who sang in leading music festivals in Europe, Mexico, Hong Kong, Australia and Israel. She performed with orchestras including the Wiener Symphoniker, the Hague Philharmonic and the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony O ...

Lipowa 7 camp

The Lipowa 7 camp was a Nazi forced labor concentration camp, primarily for Jews, by Lipowa Street in Lublin, Poland during December 1939 - 1944. In November 1943 nearly all Jewish inmates were exterminated.

Lublin airfield camp

The Lublin airfield camp was a Nazi forced labor concentration camp, primarily for Jews, at the airfield in Lublin, Poland during 1942–1943, with its prehistory starting from 1939. It also employed and detained Polish women. It is also referred t ...

Womens Defense Groups

The groups were created in Milan in November 1943, on the initiative of the Italian Communist Party, with the aim of involving the greatest number of women in resistance activities, regardless of political affiliation. The foundation was the meet ...

Jamaica Federation of Women

The JFW was founded by Lady Molly Huggins, who had come to Jamaica in 1943 as the wife of the Governor of Jamaica, John Huggins. Other founder-members included Rose Leon and Mary Morris Knibb. The federation drew on a legacy of pro-imperial white ...

Dreaming

"Dreaming" I Dream song, from childrens TV series I Dream "Dreamin ", by Amos Lee from Amos Lee "Dreamin ", by Nipsey Hussle from The Marathon "Dreaming" M People song, 1999 "Dreaming" Aurora song, 2002 "Dreamin" Vanessa Williams song, 1986 "Drea ...

Necessary

Necessary or necessity may refer to: Need An action somebody may feel they must do An important task or essential thing to do at a particular time or by a particular moment Necessary and sufficient condition, in logic, something that is a require ...

Atlantic City (disambiguation)

"Atlantic-City", a business center in Primorsky District, Saint Petersburg Atlantic City, Wyoming, a census-designated place in Wyoming, United States

Bombing of Ferrara in World War II

The bombing of Ferrara was a series of attacks by the United States Army Air Force and the Royal Air Force on the Italian city of Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, during the final two years of World War II. The purpose of these raids was to disable the c ...

There Goes My Everything (album)

There Goes My Everything is a studio album by American country music artist Jack Greene. It was released in December 1966 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. It was Greenes debut studio album as a recording artist after playing in ...

Bill Anderson Sings for "All the Lonely Women in the World"

Bill Anderson Sings for "All the Lonely Women in the World" is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released in May 1972 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. It was Andersons nineteenth studio r ...

Pauls Kalniņs

Pauls Kalniņs was a Latvian physician and politician, a long-term Speaker of the Saeima, one of the signatories of the Memorandum of the Central Council of Latvia in 17 March 1944, and was the Acting President of Latvia.

Claudio Zin

Claudio Zin is an Italian-Argentinian physcian and politician. He was Senator of the Italian Republic representing the Italian people living in South America between 2013 and 2018 belonging to Associative Movement Italians Abroad. He was born in ...

Hobart Reimann

Hobart Ansteth Reimann was an American virologist and physician. Reimann made contributions to medicine with his 1938 landmark article on atypical pneumonia ; and articles on periodic disease and the common cold. He was active in testing of strep ...

City Hall Station

City Hall MRT station, a mass rapid transit station in Singapore

Naked City

Naked City TV series, a television series inspired by the film - first broadcast in 1958. Naked City: Justice with a Bullet, a 1998 crime film intended as a reboot of the TV series. The Naked City, a 1948 film noir inspired by Weegees book Naked ...

Battle of Aschaffenburg (1945)

The Battle of Aschaffenburg was a 10 day battle fought between the forces of the United States 7th Army and 3rd Army on one side, and Nazi Germany on the other during World War II.

ENR

ENR may refer to: In media: Emissora Nacional de Radiodifusão, now Radio e Televisão de Portugal, the Portuguese public service broadcasting corporation Engineering News-Record, a weekly magazine covering the global construction industry In organ ...

Minjudang

Democratic Party South Korea, 1955, 1955–1964 Democratic Party of Korea, "New Politics Alliance for Democracy", then "Together Democratic Party" Minjoo Party 2014, 2014–2016, merged with Democratic Party of Korea Democratic Party South Korea, 199 ...

Mary J. Small

Mary J. Small was born on October 20, 1850 in Murphys Boro, Tennessee, to mother Agnes Blair. Little is known of her childhood years or her father. In 1873, she married Reverend John Small, a well known bishop in the A.M.E. Zion Church.

Julia Salter Earle

Julia Salter Earle was a noted labour leader and social activist in the early women’s movement in St. Johns, the capital city of the Dominion of Newfoundland. She was one of the first women to run for political office in Newfoundland.

Karrie

Karrie is an English and Swedish feminine given name that is an alternate form of Carrie and a diminutive form of Caroline and Carol. Notable people referred to by this name include the following:

HH

Helly Hansen, a Norwegian brand specializing in clothing and gear for oceans and mountains Heywood Hill, a bookshop in London Hartmann House Preparatory School, an independent preparatory school in Harare, Zimbabwe Heirs Holdings, a Nigerian cong ...

List of mayors of Vicenza

The Mayor of Vicenza is an elected politician who, along with the Vicenzas City Council, is accountable for the strategic government of Vicenza in Veneto, Italy. The current Mayor is Francesco Rucco, a centre-right independent, who took office on ...

Frank Boakye Adjei

Frank Boakye Adjei is a Ghanaian politician and member of the 7th Parliament and 4th Republic of Ghana representing the people of Effiduase in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

Cigarette Girl

A cigarette girl is someone who peddles or provides cigarettes in a casino, restaurant, theatre, or similar setting. Cigarette Girl may also refer to:

Pakistan (disambiguation)

Pakistan is a South Asian country. Pakistan may also refer to: Little Pakistan, an ethnic enclave populated by overseas Pakistanis Pakistan, India, a village in Purnia district of Bihar, India Dominion of Pakistan, the country founded in 1947 con ...

Blue City

Blue City may refer to: BlueCity, Rotterdam, Netherlands Blue City film, a 1986 film adaptation of the novel Blue City starring Judd Nelson and Ally Sheedy A U.S. city whose municipal government is controlled by the U.S. Democratic Party A city i ...

Freddy Kruegers A Nightmare on Elm Street

Freddy Kruegers A Nightmare on Elm Street was a short lived black-and-white comic book set in the A Nightmare on Elm Street universe and published by Marvel Comics in late 1989. Chronologically, its events takes place about three years after the ...

Alan Baker

Alan Baker may refer to: Alan Baker poet born 1958, British poet Alan Baker diplomat born 1947, former Israel ambassador to Canada Alan Baker historian, author of Invisible Eagle and other books Alan Baker philosopher, Professor of Philosophy and ...

Women in Pakistani politics

Since Pakistans independence on 14 August 1947, women have been active participants in the parliamentary politics. According to the Inter-Parliamentary Union ranking, Pakistan ranks 100th in the list of 190 countries in terms of representation of ...

Bloc

Bloc Quebecois, a political party in Canada Black bloc, a tactic used at protests, often by anarchist-aligned groups Bloc voting disambiguation, several types of voting systems Trade bloc, a type of intergovernmental agreement Western Bloc, durin ...

Blah

Blah EP, 2018 by Armin van Buuren or the title song "Blah Blah" Longpigs B-side 1996 "Blah Blah" Kesha song, 2010 Blah.Blah.Blah.Love Songs for the New Millennium, a 2004 album by Scum of the Earth Blah album, a 2006 EP and song by Lady Sovereign ...

Hungarian Womens Volleyball League

The Hungarian Womens Volleyball League is a Hungarian womens volleyball competition organized by the Hungarian Volleyball Federation, it was created in 1947. The Hungarian Womens Volleyball League also called Extraliga is Hungary topflight league ...

Dutch Womens Volleyball League

The Netherlands Womens Volleyball Eredevisie is the major volleyball competition, disputed in the Netherlands since 1947. It is organized by the Dutch Volleyball Federation.

Karlos (name)

Karlos Ferrer born 1998, Puerto Rican football player Karlos Filiga full name of Karl Filiga born 1988, New Zealand rugby player Karlos Dansby born 1981, American gridiron football player Karlos Vemola born 1985, Czech mixed martial artist Karlos ...