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Aslans Country

Aslans Country is a fictional location from C. S. Lewis The Chronicles of Narnia series. It is the home of Aslan, the great lion. It is described as a series of mountains, thousands of feet high, but without snow or ice. Instead, Aslans Country h ...

Animal (audio drama)

Raine Creevey – Beth Chalmers. Percy – Alex Mallinson. The Doctor – Sylvester McCoy. Brigadier Winifred Bambera – Angela Bruce. Henrick / Metatraxi – John Banks. Scobie – Anthony Lewis. Ace – Sophie Aldred. Willa – Dannielle Brent. Juno – Clare F ...

Binary (audio drama)

Binary is a Big Finish Productions audiobook based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. The Companion Chronicles "talking books" are each narrated by one of the Doctors companions and usually feature a second, ...

Mastermind (audio drama)

Mastermind is an audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. This audio drama was produced by Big Finish Productions.

List of Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo manga volumes

The following is a list of chapters of the long-running manga series Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo. Written and illustrated by Osamu Akimoto, it has been continuously serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump and other manga magazines ...

List of fictional chief petty officers

Below is an alphabetical list of primarily fictional American chief petty officers and the actors who portrayed them in film and on television. This list is far from complete and requires more updating. Though the list is not comprehensive and ma ...

Cultural depictions of Æthelred the Unready

Æthelred was the subject of a stageplay by Ronald Ribman titled The Ceremony of Innocence which was made into a film by the same name. It was first performed in 1968, and depicted interactions between Æthelred and his court, family and advisors, ...

Cultural depictions of William II of England

William II of England is indirectly the subject of two historical novels by George Shipway, The Paladin and The Wolf Time. The main character of the novels is Walter Tirel, his supposed assassin, and the main thrust of the plot of the novels is t ...

Cultural depictions of George III of the United Kingdom

The 1969 music theatre piece Eight Songs for a Mad King by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies depicts the increasing madness and eventual death of the king as he talks to birds. Georges insanity is the subject of the 1986 radio play In the Ruins by Nick De ...

Cultural depictions of George IV of the United Kingdom

George IV appears as a character in The Regency, Volume 13 of The Morland Dynasty, a series of historical novels by author Cynthia Harrod-Eagles. The fictional Lucy Morland, Countess of Aylesbury, is one of his set and his reign and regency provi ...

Cultural depictions of George V

George V has been portrayed on screen by: Terence Brook in the 1981 drama series The Life and Times of David Lloyd George. Simon Jones in the 2019 film Downton Abbey. Carleton Hobbs in the 1965 film A Kings Story. John Warner in the 1991 RTE TV d ...

Cultural depictions of George VI

George has been portrayed by: Anthony Andrews in the 2003 BBC TV series Cambridge Spies. Ben Mendelsohn in the 2017 film Darkest Hour. Owen Holder in the 1986 TV drama series Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy. Rupert Everett in the 2015 film A R ...

Cultural depictions of Queen Victoria

In 1937 Lord Chamberlain the Earl of Cromer ruled that no British sovereign may be portrayed on the British stage until 100 years after his or her accession. For this reason, Laurence Housmans play Victoria Regina 1935, which had earlier appeared ...

Cultural depictions of Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, is best remembered for her legendary extravagance and for her death: she was executed by guillotine during the Reign of Terror at the height of the French Revolution in 1793 for the crime of treason. Her life ha ...

Agrarian bonds in Peru

Beginning in 1969, the government of Peru issued sovereign bonds as compensation for land expropriation during the Peruvian land reform under General Juan Velasco Alvarado. The governments aim was to redistribute land and reform the countrys agra ...

Ballee

Ballee is a townland, containing a large housing estate off the Antrim Road in South Ballymena, County Antrim, in Northern Ireland.

Ballykeel

Ballykeel is a townland, containing a large housing estate off the Crebilly Road in South-East Ballymena, County Antrim, in Northern Ireland.

Kilcooley estate

Kilcooley estate is a housing estate owned by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive on the outskirts of Bangor, Northern Ireland. The residents of the area are predominantly Protestant, and the area has strong links with loyalism.

Rathcoole (Newtownabbey)

Rathcoole is a housing estate in Newtownabbey, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It was built in the 1950s to house many of those displaced by the demolition of inner city housing in Belfast city. Rathcoole is within the wider Newtownabbey Borough ...

Decree of the Reich President for the Protection of the German People

The Decree of the Reich President for the Protection of the German People issued on February 4, 1933 by German President Paul von Hindenburg severely limited press freedoms and gave the NSDAP far-reaching powers.

Chūsei-hoku Prefecture

Chūsei-hoku Prefecture was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Seishū. The prefecture consisted of modern-day North Chungcheong, South Korea.

Chūsei-nan Prefecture

Chūsei-nan Prefecture was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Taiden. The prefecture consisted of modern-day South Chungcheong, South Korea.

Heian-hoku Prefecture

Heian-hoku Prefecture was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Shingishū. The prefecture consisted of modern-day North Pyongan, North Korea.

Heian-nan Prefecture

Heian-nan Prefecture was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Heijō. The prefecture consisted of modern-day South Pyongan, North Korea.

Kankyō-nan Prefecture

Kankyō-nan Prefecture was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Kankō. The prefecture consisted of modern-day South Hamgyong Province, North Korea.

Keiki Prefecture

Keiki Prefecture was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Keijō. The prefecture consisted of modern-day Gyeonggi, South Korea.

Kōgen Prefecture

Kōgen Prefecture was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Shunsen. The prefecture consisted of modern-day Kangwon/Gangwon, divided between North Korea and South Korea due to the division of Korea. ...

Kōkai Prefecture

Kōkai Prefecture was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Kaishū. The prefecture consisted of modern-day Hwanghae, North Korea.

Zenra-hoku Prefecture

Zenra-hoku Prefecture was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Zenshū. The prefecture consisted of modern-day North Jeolla Province, South Korea.

League for the Establishment of a National Assembly

The League for the Establishment of a National Assembly, later called the Great Japan Public Association of Volunteers for the Establishment of a National Assembly, was a Japanese political organization that played a central role during the Meiji ...

List of Japanese political figures in early Shōwa period

List of important political and civil figures during World War II: Hara Takashi: Commoner and liberal thinker of the Seiyukai party, came to be Prime Minister. Tomeo Sagoya: the assassin of Prime Minister Osachi Hamaguchi. He was a member of Aiko ...

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal of Japan

The Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal of Japan was an administrative post not of Cabinet rank in the government of the Empire of Japan, responsible for keeping the Privy Seal of Japan and State Seal of Japan. The modern office of the Lord Keeper of t ...

Omeisha

The Omeisha was a political association of the early Meiji Period that was founded in 1878 by Morikazu Numa, who was grand secretary at the Genroin. It strongly advocated democratic rights and the establishment of a national parliament. It establ ...

Shahin Giray

Shahin Giray was an exiled member of the ruling house of the Crimean Khanate. Shaheen was the son of Saadet Giray Khan II reigned 1584 and grandson of Khan Mehmed Giray II, 1577-1584 prevailed. His older brother was Devlet, who was assassinated i ...

Salqam Jangir Khan

Sometimes the sources referred to as "Jahangir Khan." After a stunning victory in the battle for Orbulak its small growth and a strong constitution received from the people nicknamed "Salqam jangir" which translates as "impressive, powerful jangi ...

Syzdyk Sultan

Syzdyk sultan, Chingizid, was a Sultan and statesman in the Kazakh Khanate. He was son of the last Kazakh Khan Kenesary Kasymuly, Hakim Teriskeyav Kokand khanate, pansat bashi in Kokand army. In historiography, he is also referred to as Sadiq Sultan.

Petty kingdom

A petty kingdom is a kingdom described as minor or "petty" by contrast to an empire or unified kingdom that either preceded or succeeded it. Alternatively, a petty kingdom would be a minor kingdom in the immediate vicinity of larger kingdoms, suc ...

Lordship of Eglofs

The Lordship of Eglofs was an estate of the Holy Roman Empire, in the Wurttemberg Allgau, located around the village of Eglofs, now in Argenbuhl in the rural district of Ravensburg in southern Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. From 1668 it was an Imper ...

Lords of Eppstein

The Lords of Eppstein were a family of German nobility in the Middle Ages. From the 12th century they ruled extensive territories in the Rhine Main area from their castle in Eppstein, northwest of Frankfurt, Germany.

Gemen

Gemen was an immediate, sovereign lordship of the Holy Roman Empire, in the Lower Rhine region. Since Gemen had a vote in the Imperial Diet it was also an Imperial Estate. It was centered on Gemen, a small town and castle in the present municipal ...

Mundru

It was the capital of an estate of the same name founded in 1621 by Raja Hridayram of Ranoli. He was the eldest son of Raja Hariram, the elder son of Darbari Raja Raisal, the ruler of Udaipurvati Kausambhi, Kasli, Rewasa Khachariawas and Khandela ...

Swidnica

Swidnica, German: Schweidnitz, Czech: Svidnice) is a city in south-western Poland in the region of Silesia. It has a population of 59.002 inhabitants according to 2014 figures. It lies in Lower Silesian Voivodeship, being the seventh largest town ...

Peureulak Sultanate

Peureulak Sultanate is one of the earliest Islamic kingdoms in Southeast Asia, believed to be as early as 9th century. The location of Peureulak is in what is now the East Aceh Regency. Perlak or Peureulak are well known as perlak for the product ...

Tippu Tips State

Sultanate of Utetera or Tippu Tips State was one of the Arab Sultanates established in eastern Africa. A 19th century short-lived state ruled by the infamous Swahili slave trader Tippu Tip and his son Sefu. The capital of the state was the town o ...

Lancang Lahu Autonomous County

Lancang Lahu Autonomous County is an autonomous county under the jurisdiction of Puer City, in southwestern Yunnan province, China. Lancang is the same as Lan Xang, and refers to the Mekong River on its eastern borders and adopted by modern Laos, ...

Pengshui Miao and Tujia Autonomous County

Pengshui Miao and Tujia Autonomous County is located in southeastern Chongqing, China, bordering Guizhou province to the south and southwest and Hubei province to the northeast. It is 270 kilometres away from Downtown Chongqing. County seat: 201 ...

Pingbian Miao Autonomous County

Pingbian Miao Autonomous County is a county located in Honghe Hani and Yi Autonomous Prefecture in the southeast of Yunnan province, Peoples Republic of China. Its seat is located only 21 kilometres from the border with Lào Cai Province, Vietnam.

Youyang Tujia and Miao Autonomous County

Youyang Tujia and Miao Autonomous County, or Youyang County for short is located in the southeast of Chongqing Municipality, China, bordering the provinces of Hunan to the east and Guizhou to the southwest. Area: 5.173 km 2 1.997 sq mi. Populatio ...

Shizhu Tujia Autonomous County

Shizhu Tujia Autonomous County, or Shizhu County for short, is located in southeastern Chongqing, China. It is south of the Yangtze River, and borders the Chongqing divisions of Pengshui County to the south, Fengdu County to the southwest, Zhong ...

Coalition Avenir Quebec candidates in the 2014 Quebec provincial election

The Coalition Avenir Quebec fielded 122 candidates in the 2014 Quebec provincial election and won twenty-two seats to retain their position as the third-largest party in the National Assembly of Quebec. The party has not fielded candidates in Sai ...