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Follo

Follo is one of three traditional and judicional districts in the fylke of Akershus, Norway, the other two being Romerike and Asker og Bærum. Follo borders Oslo to the North-West, fellow Akershus district Romerike to the North-East and East, and ...

                                               

Gimsoy

Gimsoy Bridge, a bridge in Vågan municipality in Nordland county, Norway Gimsoy municipality, a former municipality in Nordland county, Norway Gimsoy Abbey, an abbey in Vågan municipality in Nordland county, Norway Gimsoy, or Gimsoysand, a villag ...

                                               

Austbygda

Austbygda, Austbygd, Austbygdi, or Austbygde are place names in the Norwegian language. The prefix "aust-" means "eastern" and the root word "bygd" refers to a "village" or "rural countryside". The name may refer to the following places in Norway:

                                               

Mo Church

Mo Church may refer to several different churches in Norway: Mo Church Vestland, a church in Modalen municipality in Vestland county, Norway Mo Church Innlandet, a church in Nord-Odal municipality in Innlandet county, Norway Mo Church Nordland, a ...

                                               

Vestbygda

Vestbygda, Vestbygd, or Vestbygdi are place names in the Norwegian language. The prefix "vest-" means "western" and the root word "bygd" refers to a "village" or "rural countryside". The name may refer to the following places in Norway:

                                               

Eidsfjorden

Eidsfjorden may refer to many different fjords in Norway: Eidsfjorden Hordaland, a fjord in Vaksdal municipality, Hordaland county Eidsfjorden Vest-Agder, a fjord in Farsund municipality, Vest-Agder county Eidsfjorden Sogndal, a fjord in Sogndal ...

                                               

Andy Auld (Scottish aviator)

Commander Andrew Donaldson Auld, is a Scottish aviator, and a former officer and pilot in the Royal Navy. He played an important role in making the Sea Harrier operational in the Royal Navy, and was instrumental in its success in the Falklands Wa ...

                                               

Battle of Rakkestad

The Battle of Rakkestad was a battle fought in the Swedish–Norwegian War of 1814, at the village of Rakkestad, Norway, between a 3.000 strong Swedish force under Eberhard von Vegesack, and an equally strong Norwegian force, led by Frederik Wilhel ...

                                               

Indian Armed Forces in Jammu and Kashmir

Indian Armed Forces in Jammu and Kashmir encompass the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force, tri-service units such as the Armed Forces Special Operations Division, and paramilitary organisations of the Central Armed Police Forces such as the Border S ...

                                               

Raad-II

The Raad-II missile is a Pakistani long-range ALCM which is derived from Raad ALCM. It was first publicly unveiled on the Pakistan Day military parade on 23 March 2017, it was initially described as an extended range version of the Raad ALCM with ...

                                               

Man Mohan Bir Singh Talwar

Group Captain Man Mohan Bir Singh Talwar MVC was an ex-officer of the Indian Air Force and a recipient of Maha Vir Chakra, Indias second highest gallantry Award, awarded for gallantry and outstanding leadership during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.

                                               

Kadyan

Kadian surname refer to: Kadian clan, a clan from northern India belongs to Jats and Jatts. In Punjab, they found near Ludhiana and Jalandhar. In Haryana, they are spread across Rohtak, Jhajjar, Sonipat and Panipat. In UP, they migrated to Muzaff ...

                                               

Shankar Rao Shankhapan Walkar

Captain Shankar Rao Shankhapan Walkar, MVC was an officer in the Indian Army. He was awarded the second highest Indian military honour, Maha Vir Chakra posthumously for his actions during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.

                                               

Malkiat Singh (soldier)

Subedar Malkiat Singh, MVC was an officer in the Indian Army who was killed in action in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. He was posthumously awarded the Maha Vir Chakra, Indias second highest military decoration, for his actions in that war.

                                               

Shanghara Singh

Lance Naik Shanghara Singh MVC was a soldier in the Indian Army notable for his participation in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. He was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra posthumously, for bravery in action.

                                               

Barranquilla (disambiguation)

Barranquilla may refer to a number of places: Trinidad, Colombia Guaviare Department, Colombia, also known as Barranquilla Colombia Barranquilla, Atlantico Department, 4th largest city of Colombia Barranquilla, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia B ...

                                               

National Route 136 (Costa Rica)

National Secondary Route 136, or just Route 136 is a National Road Route of Costa Rica, located in the San Jose, Alajuela provinces.

                                               

National Route 121 (Costa Rica)

National Secondary Route 121, or just Route 121 is a National Road Route of Costa Rica, located in the San Jose province.

                                               

Distinguished Navy Cross

The Distinguished Navy Cross is a decoration of the Armed Forces of the Philippines which recognizes distinguished heroism. The heroism must be evidenced by voluntary action in the face of great danger above and beyond the call of duty while part ...

                                               

Gertruda Uscinska

Gertruda Uscinska is a Polish lawyer and political scientist. She is a Professor of Social Sciences at The University of Warsaw and the Polish Institute of Labor and Social Affairs in Warsaw. Since 2016, Uscinska has been the President of Polands ...

                                               

Commando Regiment

Commando Regiment may refer to: Sri Lanka Army Commando Regiment, Sri Lanka Commando Regiment, Portugal Marine Commando Regiment, proposed unit, Canada 1st Commando Regiment Australia, Australia Immediate Reaction Cell, formally known as the Para ...

                                               

Alexander Gertsyk

Alexander Antonovich Gertsyk was a Russian commander, Lieutenant General, Chief of the 1st Guards Infantry Division, participant in the Russian-Turkish and World War I.

                                               

Alexander Urusov

Alexander Urusov can refer to the following: Alexander Urusov 1729–1813 - Major General of the Russian Imperial Army. Alexander Urusov 1766–1853 - Chief Chamberlain, president of the Moscow office of the palace during the construction of the Gran ...

                                               

9th Air Division

9th Air Division may refer to: 9th Air Division, the name of the 9th Space Division of the United States Air Force from 1949 to 1958 9th Air Division Japan, a land-based aviation force of the Imperial Japanese Army 9th Assault Ropshinskaya red ba ...

                                               

List of prisoners of Jasenovac

List of prisoners of Jasenovac concentration camp. Bolded names in caps and italics indicate those listed below who survived the camp and the war.

                                               

Dimitrije Parezan

Dimitrije Parezan was one of the leaders in the First Serbian Uprising. He died in the Battle of Mozgovo in 1813.

                                               

Mihailo "Mikajle" Josifovic

Mihailo Josifovic also known as Vojvode Mikajle was a Serbian Chetnik voivode in Old Serbia during the time of the Macedonian struggle in the early part of 20th century. He was killed by friendly fire before the start of World War II.

                                               

2014 Wigan Warriors season

The Wigan Warriors play Rugby League in Wigan, England. Their 2014 season results in the Super League XIX, 2014 Challenge Cup, and 2014 World Club Challenge are shown below.

                                               

Belisario Sosa

Belisario Sosa was a Peruvian doctor and politician. He served as Second Vice President of the Republic in the first government of Augusto Leguia. He served as Minister of Public Works and Development in the second government of Jose Pardo.

                                               

Ines Peraza

Ines Peraza de las Casas was the territorial lady of the Canary Islands, which she inherited from her father Hernan Peraza the Elder and her late brother Guillen Peraza. As the first monarch since the islands were unified by her father, Ines titl ...

                                               

Gradual of Manuel I of Portugal

The Gradual of Manuel I of Portugal is a kyriale or gradual dated c. 1500, originally owned by King Manuel I of Portugal. It contains Gregorian chant settings for the Ordinary of the Mass, comprising a total of eighteen complete polyphonic Masses ...

                                               

Marquess of Larios

Marquess of Larios is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, granted in 1865 by Isabella II to Martin Larios, senator of the kingdom and one of the most important industrial businessmen in 19th century Spain.

                                               

Battle of San Esteban de Gormaz

The Battle of San Esteban de Gormaz can refer to any of the following battles that took place in the area around the town of San Esteban de Gormaz, Castile-Leon, Spain: Battle of San Esteban de Gormaz 1060, under Ferdinand I of Leon and Castile B ...

                                               

Villagarcia

Villagarcia may refer to: Villa Garcia, a barrio of Montevideo, Uruguay Vilagarcia de Arousa, a municipality in Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain Villagarcia de Campos, a municipality in Valladolid, Castile and Leon, Spain Villagarcia de la Torre, a mun ...

                                               

Tabar

Tabar may refer to: Tabar, Navarre, a village in Navarre, Spain, part of Urraul Bajo Municipality Tabar Rural District, in North Khorasan Province, Iran The Tabar Islands, AKA Tabar Group, an island group in Papua New Guinea INS Tabar F44, an Ind ...

                                               

Almenara

Almenara can refer to: Puebla de Almenara, a municipality in Cuenca province, Spain Almenara de Tormes, a municipality in Salamanca province, Spain Almenara Madrid, a neighborhood in the district of Tetuan, in the municipality of Madrid, Communit ...

                                               

Ferraz

Ferraz is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Filipe Ferraz born 1980, Brazilian volleyball player Valentin Ferraz y Barrau 1792–1866, Spanish military commander and politician Luis Ferraz born 1987, Portuguese footballer Kiros St ...

                                               

56th Division

56th Division may refer to: Infantry divisions: 56th Division Spain, a Spanish Republican unit 56th Rifle Division Soviet Union 56th Infantry Division Russian Empire 56th Guards Rifle Division Soviet Union 56th Division Imperial Japanese Army, a ...

                                               

Donoso

Donoso is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Mauricio Donoso born 1976, Chilean footballer Jose Jimenez Donoso c. 1632–1690, Spanish architect and painter Lino Donoso 1922–1990, Cuban baseball player Guille Donoso born 1995, Span ...

                                               

Jagath Gunawardena

Major General Jagath Gunawardena, RSP, VSV, USP is a Sri Lankan military leader. He is the current Chief of Staff of the Sri Lankan Army, having served as the Commandant of the Volunteer Force, Commander, Security Forces Headquarters – Wanni and ...

                                               

Tschifflik

Tschifflik – is a summer residence in Zweibrucken, constructed in 1715–1716 by exiled Polish King Stanislaw Leszczynski according to a design by Jonas Erikson Sundahl. Tschifflik is an outstanding example of Baroque Landscape architecture. After ...

                                               

Alvsborg Fortress

Alvsborg Fortress, with its main facility Oscar IIs Fort built 1899–1907, is a now-defunct Swedish fortification located at the mouth of the Gota River in the Alvsborg district of Gothenburg, Sweden.

                                               

Kyro Skantz

Kyro Skantz, or Kyron skanssi or Kyro skans, was a fortress built for the Swedish army in the 17th century. The ruins of Kyro Skantz are located in Karvia, Finland. Its obvious that there was a small military base at the same area in the late 16t ...

                                               

Lindholmen

Lindholmen, Vallentuna, a locality in Stockholm County Lindholmen, Karlskrona, an island south of Karlskrona Lindholmen, Gothenburg, a district on the island of Hisingen

                                               

Free French Africa

Free French Africa is the political entity which collectively represents the colonial territories of France on African soil which rallied to Free France formed by General de Gaulle during the Second World War in order to continue the struggle aga ...

                                               

Political Consultative Assembly

The 1946 Political Consultative Conference was a political meeting convened in Chongqing by the Nationalist Government of China from January 10-31. It was attended by representatives of the Kuomintang, the Communist Party of China, the China Demo ...

                                               

Razumovski Palace (Baturyn)

The Razumovski Palace or the Palace of Hetman of Ukraine Kyrylo Rozumovskyi is an architectural monument of national importance in the city of Baturyn in Chernihiv Oblast in Ukraine. It is a museum of the National Historical and Cultural Reserve" ...

                                               

Louay Miled

Louay Miled is an Tunisian Muay Thai kickboxer. He was named 4 times African champion ISKA in Kick boxing and muay thai, as well as amateur world champion in 2014 and 2015 ISKA in Kickboxing.

                                               

Ivan Managarov

Ivan Mefodyevich Managarov was a Soviet Army colonel general and a Hero of the Soviet Union who held field army command during World War II. A decorated veteran of the Imperial Russian Army, Managarov fought as a cavalryman in the Russian Civil W ...

                                               

SVI

SVI may refer to: System Volume Information in Microsoft Windows file-systems Strayer Voigt Inc, manufacturer of M1911-styled modular pistols Settleability Volume Index or sludge volume index SVI: the volume in millimeters occupied by 1 g of acti ...