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York House

York House was traditionally the name given, often temporarily, to houses in London, England occupied by holders of the title of Duke of York: Albany London in Piccadilly Dover House in Whitehall Lancaster House in Pall Mall Cumberland House in P ...

Allison House

Allison House may refer to: Allison-Reinkeh House, Hamilton, Montana, listed on the NRHP in Ravalli County Allison-Barrickman House, Harrods Creek neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Jefferson County Allison Woods, Statesv ...

Lane House

Lane House, or variations such as Lane Cottage and Lane Farm, may refer to: in the United States by state then city Henry S. Lane House, Crawfordsville, Indiana, NRHP-listed in Montgomery County, Indiana Lane House, Edenton, North Carolina, origi ...

Perkins House

Perkins House may refer to: Lucien Perkins Farm, Lancaster, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Kentucky James A. Perkins House, Colfax, Washington, listed on the NRHP in Washington Perkins-Daniel House, Lancaster, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Ken ...

Beiyuan

Beiyuan may refer to the following locations in China: Tongzhou Beiyuan Station 通州北苑站, on Batong Line, Beijing Subway Beiyuan Station 北苑站, on Line 13, Beijing Subway Subdistricts Written as "北苑街道" Beiyuan Subdistrict, Weifang, in Kuiw ...

Chalons (disambiguation)

Roman Catholic Diocese of Chalons, with its seat in Chalons-en-Champagne Camp de Chalons, a temporary firing range near the French town, set up to host events for the 1924 Paris Summer Olympics Battle of the Catalaunian Plains 451, also called th ...

Royal Centre

Royal Centre or Royal Center may refer to: The Royal Centre tram stop The Royal Center Tower, a viewing tower in the city of Niagara Falls in Canada The Royal Centre in the city of Nottingham in England, comprising The Royal Centre Vancouver, a r ...

Food and Agriculture in Nazi Germany

Food and Agriculture in Nazi Germany describes the food and agricultural policies of Nazi Germany and their consequences from 1933 when the Nazis took power in Germany until 1945 when Germany was defeated in World War II by the allied nations. St ...

W7

W7 may refer to: W-7 Class minesweeper, or the minesweeper itself, W-7 W7, an object-capability subset of the Scheme programming language developed by Jonathan Rees London Buses route W7, a London bus route W7, a postcode district in the W postco ...

The Other Side of Love (disambiguation)

Love, Volume VI: The Other Side of Love, 1980 romantic novel by Denise Robins The Other Side of Love, 1991 novel about World War II by Jacqueline Briskin

M27

M27 tank, a rejected US World War II medium tank design M27 link, a disintegrating 5.56×45mm NATO bullet link used in belt fed firearms M.27 mountain gun, a Norwegian mountain gun used in World War II M27 Mosin–Nagant, a Finnish rifle M27 Infantr ...

Lionel Hichens

He was the second, posthumously-born son of John Ley Hichens, army surgeon, and his wife, Catherine Bacchus 1843–1924, and was known as Nel Hichens. His father became surgeon to the 1st Staffordshire Regiment of Foot in 1858; he was later a physi ...

Guards Division (disambiguation)

Guards Division may refer to one of the following. 1st Guards Division Imperial Japanese Army 2nd Guards Division Imperial Japanese Army 3rd Guards Division Imperial Japanese Army Imperial Guard Japan 1st Guards Reserve Division German Empire 2nd ...

Spirit Lake

Canada Spirit Lake Yukon in the Yukon Territory United States Spirit Lake Washington, in southwestern Washington Spirit Lake South Dakota, in eastern South Dakota Spirit Lake Iowa, in northwestern Iowa Spirit Lake Wisconsin, in Price County, Wisc ...

9th Brigade

9th Secunderabad Cavalry Brigade, a unit the World War I 9th Indian Infantry Brigade, a unit during the World War II 9th Sirhind Brigade, a unit during World War I

20th Brigade

20th Brigade Australia 20th Indian Infantry Brigade, a unit of the British Indian Army in World War II 20th Armoured Infantry Brigade United Kingdom 20th Independent Infantry Brigade Guards, United Kingdom 20th Indian Brigade, a unit of the Briti ...

188th Brigade

188th Brigade may refer to: Infantry: 188th 2/1st Northumberland Brigade, a second-line Territorial Force formation of the British Army in World War I 3rd Royal Marine Brigade, a formation of the British Royal Marines in World War I renumbered 18 ...

Braefoot Battery

The Braefoot Battery was a World War I coastal defence gun battery defending the Firth of Forth. The battery was constructed in 1915 at Braefoot Point, then part of the Earl of Moray’s Donibristle Estate. The site is situated between the new town ...

Fairview Cemetery, Niagara Falls

In 2017, Willows Rest, a green burial site, opened near the west end of Stanley Avenue. It is named after a weeping willow that is within the two acre burial site, and is an open field bordered by 100 trees. The site has a small cremation site an ...

Dumb Litty

Dumb Litty is a song recorded by South Korean co-ed group Kard. It was released by DSP Media and distributed by Kakao M on September 22, 2019, as their second digital single. It was later included in their fourth extended play Red Moon.

Vesuvius (disambiguation)

Vesuvius, British Columbia, an unincorporated settlement in Canada also known as Vesuvius Bay and named after HMS Vesuvius Vesuvius, Virginia, an unincorporated community in the United States Vesuvius National Park, Italy, centered on the volcano ...

His Foreign Wife

Along with his brother, a young man enlists to fight in World War I. Although his brother is killed, he returns home a hero. However the people of his town are shocked that he has married a German woman and refuse to accept her.

Jasenovac

Jasenovac may refer to: Jasenovac, Osijek-Baranja County, a village in the Knezevi Vinogradi municipality in Croatia Mali Jasenovac Jasenovac Zagorski, a village in the Krapinske Toplice municipality in Croatia Jasenovac, Bosanski Petrovac, a vil ...

V Corps

V Corps Grande Armee, a unit of the Imperial French Army during the Napoleonic Wars V Cavalry Corps Grande Armee, a cavalry unit of the Imperial French Army during the Napoleonic Wars 5th Army Corps France

Gotse Delchev Brigade

"Gotse Delchev" Brigade was a military unit composed of conscripts and volunteers from the region of Macedonia. The Brigade was named after the IMRO-revolutionary Gotse Delchev.

Marașești (disambiguation)

Marasesti can refer to: Marașești, a town in Vrancea County, Romania The location of the Battle of Marasesti in World War I Marasesti, a village in Voinesti Commune, Vaslui County, Romania Marasesti, a village in Band Commune, Mures County, Roman ...

Roncador (disambiguation)

Roncador can refer to: Brazil Roncador Oil Field, oil field off Brazilian coast, site of Petrobras 36 Oil Platform Roncador Ecological Reserve, protected area near Brasilia Roncador, Parana, municipality in Parana, Brazil Pico do Roncador, highes ...

Battle of Vella Lavella

The name Battle of Vella Lavella may refer to three related battles between the Allies and Japan in the Solomon Islands in 1943, during the Pacific campaign of World War II. The Battle of Vella Lavella naval: a naval battle that took place on Oct ...

The Polynin Case

The film tells about the young Moscow actress Galina, who at the beginning of the war goes to the Karelian Front. The commander of an aviation regiment colonel Polynin watched her performance, and they fell in love with each other. Soon he was tr ...

Gammel Strand 42

Gammel Strand 42 is a historic property overlooking Slotsholmens Kanal and Slotsholmen in Copenhagen, Denmark. The building was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1945.

Surgery (disambiguation)

Operating theater, where surgery is performed, or the offices of the practitioner, the surgeon Doctors surgery, British term for a doctors office, a facility in which a general practitioner sees patients Surgery journal, a medical journal

Type 88

Type 88 may refer to: K1 88-Tank Type 88, a South Korean main battle tank PGZ-88 Type 88, a Chinese mobile Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun. Type 88 tank China, a Chinese main battle tank Type 88 Tanks PLZ-45 Type 88, a Chinese self-propelled art ...

M42

M42 or M-42 may refer to: In science: the 42nd Mersenne prime, 2 25964951 -1, discovered in 2005 Messier 42, a nebula also called the Orion Nebula an Y-chromosomal mutation, see Haplogroup B-M42 In transportation: M-42 Michigan highway, a state h ...

John Marriott

John Marriott may refer to: Sir John Marriott British politician 1859–1945, British historian and member of Parliament Jackie Marriott 1928–2016, footballer John Marriott actor 1893–1977, American actor John Marriott Australian politician 1913–19 ...

BBO

BBO may stand for: The Bridge Base Inc. web site Bridge Base Online British Ballet Organization, a dance teaching and examination board Barium boron oxide, another name of barium borate Best Bid Offer, a type of financial quote that includes the ...

Silberberg

Austria Silberberg Tyrol ca. 1.200 m; mit Silberbergalm, 1.175 m, near Reith im Alpbachtal near Brixlegg, Inn valley, North Tyrol Germany Silberberg Greifswald 4.3 m, in Greifswald, Landkreis county of Vorpommern-Greifswald, Mecklenburg-Western P ...

Himeogawa Kofun

The Himeogawa Kofun is an archaeological site containing a late fourth century Kofun period located in what is now part of the city of Anjō, Aichi in the Tōkai region of Japan. The site was designated as a National Historic Site by the Japanese g ...

Leigh

Leigh, Nebraska, United States Leigh River Victoria, Australia Leigh, New Zealand Leigh Canyon and Leigh Lake, Wyoming, United States Leigh, County Tipperary, Ireland Leigh, Texas, United States, the location of historic site Mimosa Hall

Willett

Robert E. Willett Elementary School in Davis, California Willett Hall, a multipurpose arena in Farmville, Virginia Willett House, in Lisbon, Arkansas

Unbroken

Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption, a 2010 nonfiction book by Laura Hillenbrand about World War II hero Louis Zamperini Unbroken film, a 2014 film based on the Hillenbrand book Unbroken: Path to Redemption, a 2 ...

BB1

BB1 may refer to: Peugeot BB1, an electric concept car introduced at Frankfurt Motor Show in 2009 BB-1, the prototype name of the Soviet World War II light bomber, the Sukhoi Su-2 USS Indiana BB-1, a United States battleship which served from 189 ...

6B

6B or 6b or VI-B may refer to: Supermarine S.6B, a British racing seaplane Keratin 6B, a type II cytokeratin TUIfly Nordic IATA airline designator Oflag VI-B, a World War II German POW camp for officers located 5 km 3.1 mi SW of the small town Do ...

The Cold Blue

The Cold Blue is a 2018 documentary composed from 90 hours of "lost" footage director William Wyler used for his 1943 documentary The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress. The Memphis Belle documentary was very highly regarded. Unfortunate ...

Sarum

Sarum generally refers to either of two cities in Wiltshire, England, in the United Kingdom: Salisbury formally New Sarum, cathedral city in Wiltshire, England Salisbury Cathedral Old Sarum, the ruins of old Salisbury Sarum may also refer to:

Sanskriti

Sanskriti is a Sanskrit word for "culture." It may refer to: Sanskriti School, Pune, a day school established in 2005 Sanskriti Museum & Art Gallery, Hazaribagh Sanskriti The Gurukul, a boarding school on the outskirts of Guwahati, in the Indian ...

Anne Horak Gallagher

Anne Horak Gallagher is an American stage, television and film actor, known best for performing in Broadway theatre productions of Chicago - as Roxie Hart and in Irving Berlins White Christmas - as Rita.

Wallowitch & Ross: This Moment

Wallowitch & Ross: This Moment is a 1998 documentary musical film directed by Richard Morris. The film follows acclaimed composer and cabaret performer John Wallowitch and partner Bertram Ross, Martha Grahams lead dancer and co-director of the Gr ...

Polka Tulk Blues/Earth Tour

Ozzy Osbourne – lead vocals, harmonica August 1968 - September 1969 Geezer Butler – bass guitar August 1968 - September 1969 Alan Clark – saxophone August 1968 Tony Iommi – lead guitar August 1968 - September 1969 Bill Ward – drums August 1968 - ...

Dorothy Djukulul

Dorothy Djukulul is a traditional Australian Aboriginal artist who lives in Ramingining in Central Arnhem Land. She speaks Ganalbingu and is a part of the Gurrumba clan, who identify as being a part of the Yirrija moiety.

Warren J. Cox

Warren Jacob Cox is an American architect and a co-founder of Hartman-Cox Architects in Washington, DC in 1965. He is the son of Oscar S. Cox, a prominent Washington, D.C. lawyer from Portland, Maine who served in the Roosevelt administration. Hi ...