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Dialog im Kamptal

The Dialog im Kamptal is a political platform founded in 2019 in Gars am Kamp, Austria. It is organized by Georgia Kazantzidu and Matthias Laurenz Graff. It is a private and non-partisan initiative. The dialogues deal with European and also Austr ...

Archduchess Maria Elisabeth of Austria (1737–1740)

Maria Elisabeth of Austria was the eldest child ofMaria Theresa, and Francis of Lorraine, Maria died in 1140, aged 3, before her mother became Queen of Bohemia and Hungary, she also died before her father became Grand-Duke of Tuscany and Holy Rom ...

Adelaide of Austria

Adelaide of Austria was the first wife of Victor Emmanuel II of Sardinia, future King of Italy. She was the mother of eight children including the future Umberto I of Italy. She was the Queen of Sardinia from 1849 until 1855 when she died as a re ...

Qarabağ FK

Qarabağ Futbol Klubu is a professional association football club from Baku, Azerbaijan. The club was originally from Agdam, but moved to Baku because of the Nagorno-Karabakh War. The club plays in the Azerbaijan Premier League. Qarabağ was formed ...

National Cycling Museum

KOERS. Museum van de wielersport. is a museum in the Belgian city of Roeselare. The museum shows the history of the bicycle and cycling. The museum started officially on 27 March 1998 at Het Polenplein’, in the earlier fire-station.

Montreal Wanderers

The Montreal Wanderers were a professional mens ice hockey team that played in Montreal, Quebec at the Montreal Arena, and were one of the founding franchises of the National Hockey League in the 1917–18 NHL season. The Wanderers won a total of e ...

Mercenary (band)

Hans Jorgen Andersen rhythm guitar 1991-1993. Morten Sandager keybuird 2002-2009. Signar Petersen lead guitar 2000-2002. Mikkel Sandager vocals 2002-2009. Rasmus Jacobsen drums 1992-2002. Andreas W. Hansen bass 1991-1993. Henrik "Kral" Andersen. ...

Finntroll

Finntroll is a folk metal band from Finland. They mix elements of extreme metal with Finnish polka, called humppa. Finntrolls lyrics are in Swedish, one of Finlands two national languages, because they say "Swedish just sounds damn trollish". Fin ...

Waltari

Waltari is an alternative metal band from Finland. The band was formed in Helsinki in 1986. The original members were Kartsy Hatakka, Sale Suomalainen and Jariot Lehtinen. Their name is a reference to popular Finish writer Mika Waltari – a favori ...

Port-au-Prince

Port-au-Prince is the capital city of Haiti. Haiti is also divided into ten Departements, Port-au-Prince is the capital of the Ouest Departement. Port-au-Prince is Haitis largest city. According to the countrys 2015 census, over 2.6 million peopl ...

Charles IV of Spain

Charles IV was King of Spain from 14 December 1788 until his abdication on 19 March 1808. Later that year, Joseph Bonaparte became king.

Philippe Egalite

Philippe dOrleans, Duke of Orleans commonly known as Philippe, was a member of the House of Orleans. He actively supported the French Revolution and adopted the name Philippe Egalite, but was still guillotined during the Reign of Terror. His son ...

Françoise Madeleine dOrleans

Françoise Madeleine dOrleans was born at the Chateau de Saint Germain en Laye and was the youngest surviving daughter of Gaston of Orleans and his second wife Marguerite of Lorraine. From birth, she was styled Mademoiselle de Valois. She was the ...

Louis dOrleans, Prince of Conde

Prince Louis of Orleans, "Prince of Conde" (Louis Philippe Marie Leopold, 1845 – 24 May 1866 was a French prince given the title of Prince of Conde at birth. He died in Australia in 1866 at age 20.

Louis Philippe, Duke of Orleans

Louis Philippe dOrleans was Duke of Orleans and the father of Philippe Egalite. He greatly augmented the already huge wealth of the House of Orleans.

Louis, Duke of Orleans (1703–1752)

Louis dOrleans was the Duke of Orleans and a prince du sang. At his fathers death, he became the First Prince of the Blood. Known as Louis le Pieux and also as Louis le Genovefain, Louis was a pious, charitable and cultured prince, who took very ...

Louise Diane dOrleans

Louise Diane dOrleans was the last child of Philippe dOrleans, Duke of Orleans and his wife, Françoise Marie de Bourbon, the youngest illegitimate daughter of King Louis XIV of France and his mistress, Madame de Montespan. The Princess of Conti b ...

Louise of Orleans

Princess Louise of Orleans was the eldest daughter o King Louis Philippe I of the French and from August 1832 the second wife o Leopold I o Belgium, himself the first King of the Belgians. She was also the mother of the future Keeng Leopold II of ...

Madame de Montesson

Charlotte Jeanne Beraud de La Haye de Riou was a mistress of Louis Philippe dOrleans, Duke of Orleans, and later his wife. However, Louis XV would not allow her to become the Duchess. She is known simply as Madame de Montesson. For her husbands f ...

Margravine Johanna of Baden-Baden

Auguste of Baden-Baden was born a Margravine of Baden-Baden, she was the Duchess of Orleans by marriage to Louis dOrleans, Duke of Orleans. Her husband was a grandson of her fathers former enemy Louis XIV of France. Known in France as Jeanne or A ...

Ministries Trial

The Ministries Trial was the eleventh of the twelve trials for war crimes the US authorities held in their occupation zone in Germany in Nuremberg after the end of World War II. Disagreements between the Allies meant only one trial was held by th ...

Nuremberg Trials

There were two sets of Nuremberg Trials. The first, and most well known, were the trials of the leaders of Nazi Germany. This was organized by the International Military Tribunal IMT. The judges and prosecutors were from the four wartime Allies, ...

Duchy of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

The Duchy of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha was a dual monarchy in Germany. This means that one ruler ruled over two countries, in this case the duchies of Coburg and Gotha. "Saxe" means of Saxony, because there were many small countries but all were rule ...

Bad Doberan (district)

Bad Doberan is a former district in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany. In the Middle Ages the region was made rich because Hanseatic city of Rostock was close. Today the city of Rostock is surrounded by the district, but not a part of it. In ...

German Workers Party

The German: Deutsche Arbeiterpartei or German Workers Party was a political party in Germany just after World War I. It did not last for very long, and became the National Socialist German Workers Party or Nazi Party.

Duroplast

Duroplast was used by Eastern European automobile manufacturer VEB Sachsenring Automobilwerke Zwickau to produce the body of the popular Trabant motor car, toilet seats, and parts for the BMW X3. Duroplast was first used in the body of the IFA F8 ...

East Berlin

East Berlin was the name of the eastern part of Berlin between 1949 and 1990. It was known as just simply Berlin in East Germany, the country it served as the capital of. It was the Soviet sector of Berlin that was established in 1945. The Americ ...

Socialist Unity Party of Germany

The Socialist Unity Party of Germany was the governing party of East Germany from 1949, when East Germany was created, until the elections of 1990. The SED was created in april 1946 in the Berliner Admiralspalast when the Soviet Union forced the ...

Soviet occupation zone

The Soviet Occupation Zone or Ostzone Russian: Советская зона Германии, Sovetskaya zona Germanii, "Soviet Zone of Germany") was the area of eastern Germany occupied by the Soviet Union from 1945 on, at the end of World War II. It became East Germ ...

Stasi

The Stasi was the official state security service of East Germany, the German Democratic Republic or GDR. The Stasi motto was Schild und Schwert der Partei ". "The Party" was the ruling Socialist Unity Party of Germany. The main job of the Stasi ...

Nazism

Nazism is a set of political beliefs associated with the Nazi Party of Germany. It started in the 1920s. Party gained power in 1933, starting the Third Reich. They lasted in Germany until 1945, at the end of World War II. National Socialism is an ...

Mein Kampf

Mein Kampf was a book written by Adolf Hitler and Rudolf Hess. Rudolf Hess helped Hitler write the book, but he is not mentioned as an author. The book consists of two parts. The first part was written by Hitler while he was in jail in Landsberg ...

Nazi salute

The Nazi salute or Hitler salute is a gesture that was used as a greeting in Nazi Germany. The salute is performed by extending the right arm in the air with a straightened hand. Usually, the person offering the salute would say Heil Hitler! ", H ...

British occupation zone

The Allied powers who defeated Nazi Germany in World War II divided the country into four occupation zones from 1945 to 1949. The British zone consisted of Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg, Lower Saxony and the present-day state of North Rhine-Westpha ...

Deutsche Reichspartei

The Deutsche Reichspartei was a nationalist political party in West Germany. It was a merger of the German Conservative Party - Deutsche Right Party and the old Hessian Nationaldemokratischen Partei. Some of the DRPs founders were: Alexander Andr ...

Socialist Reich Party

The Socialist Reich Party of Germany was a political party in West Germany. It was formed in 1949. It was openly Neo-Nazi and admired Hitler. It split from the German Empire Party. Leaders included Otto Ernst Remer, a former Major General, and Fr ...

House of Wettin

The House of Wettin was a dynasty of German counts, dukes, prince-electors and kings that ruled in what is known today as the German states of Saxony and Thuringia for more than 800 years. Members of the Wettin family were also kings of Poland, a ...

Ernestine duchies

The Ernestine duchies, are sometimes called the Saxon duchies, were a changing number of small states in the present German state of Thuringia, governed by dukes of the Ernestine line of the house of Wettin. The Albertine duchies of Weissenfels, ...

Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach

Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach was one of the short lived Ernestine duchies. It only existed between 1572 - 1596 and again from 1633 - 1638. It was a part of the Holy Roman Empire, today it is within the federal states of Bavaria and Thuringia.

King in Prussia

King in Prussia was the title used by the rulers of Prussia from 1702 to 1772. The rulers, who were also Princes and Margraves of Brandenberg wanted to be Kings, but knew that the Holy Roman Emperor would not allow them the title. In return for s ...

Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor

Frederick II, was one of the most powerful Holy Roman Emperors of the Middle Ages and head of the House of Hohenstaufen. His political and cultural ambitions, based in Sicily and stretching through Italy to Germany, and even to Jerusalem, were en ...

Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor

Henry IV was King of Germany from 1056 and Holy Roman Emperor from 1084, till he was forced to step down in 1105. He was the third emperor of the Salian dynasty and one of the most interesting and important figures of the eleventh century. His re ...

Valur

Knattspyrnufelagid Valur is an Icelandic sports club. It is based in Reykjavik. The club originally was made for association football. It later brought in handball and basketball. The club is very successful in Iceland. They have won multiple tro ...

Ala-ud-din Khalji

Ala-ud-din Khalji, was the second ruler of the Khalji dynasty. He was the most powerful ruler of the Khalji Dynasty. He ruled from 1296 to 1316. He was the nephew of Jalal-ud-din Khalji. His son was Khusrau Malik. He wished to become the second A ...

Mamluk dynasty (Delhi)

Mamluk dynasty was a dynasty established in Northern India by Qutb ud-Din Aibak. He was a turkic slave of Muhammad of Ghor. The Mamluk dynasty ruled North India from 1206 to 1290. It was the first of five dynasties of the Delhi Sultanate, which l ...

Aram Shah

Aram Shah was the second king of the Mamluk dynasty. The Mamluk dynasty was the first dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate. He ruled the dynasty from 1210 to 1211.

Sayyid dynasty

Sayyid dynasty was the fourth dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate. This dynasty is the shortest ruling dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate. Throughout this dynasty, four rulers ruled North India. Their rule lasted from 1414 to 1451.Founded by a former gove ...

Tughlaqabad Fort

Tughlaqabad Fort is a ruined fort in Delhi. It was built by Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq in 1321. He was the founder of Tughlaq dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate of India. Ghiyasuddin established the third historic city of Delhi, the Tughlaqabad. This fort ...

Gurjara-Pratihara

Gurjara-Pratihara dynasty was a powerful dynasty in the Late Classical Period on the Indian subcontinent. This dynasty ruled most of the Northern states of India. This dynasty ruled India for a huge period from the 7th century to the 11th century ...

Mahipala I

Mahipala I was the 9th king of the Gurjara-Pratihara dynasty. He became the king of the dynasty after his step brother Bhoja II. Mahipala I had several other names: Ksitipala, Vinayakapala, Herambapala and Uttarapatha Swami.

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