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Flugpost am Rhein und am Main

The Flugpost am Rhein und am Main of 1912 was an early landmark in postal history, in which mail flights took place between Frankfurt am Main Mainz, Offenbach am Main, Worms and Darmstadt.

                                               

1912 Victorian soccer season

The 1912 Victorian soccer season was the fourth competitive season of soccer in the Australian state of Victoria, under association with the governing body of Football Victoria. The season consisted of one league Victorian Division 1, that is now ...

                                               

Broken Wings

Broken Wings may refer to: "Broken Wings" Alter Bridge song, 2004 Broken Wings film, a 2002 Israeli film "Broken Wings" Mr. Mister song, 1985 Broken Wings, a 1978 album by American musician Chet Baker Broken Wings EP, a 2003 EP by Passerby, now c ...

                                               

Sherlock Holmes (Eclair film series)

In 1912, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle sold the film rights of the Sherlock Holmes character to Eclair. French actor Georges Treville produced and directed the series as well as starred in the title role of Sherlock Holmes. Filmed in England, each film ...

                                               

Carlon

Carlon Colker born 1965, American celebrity doctor Carlon Blackman born 1965, Barbadian sprinter Carlon Jeffery born 1993, American actor and rapper Carlon Brown born 1989, American basketball player

                                               

Michael Lee

Mike Lee musician born 1988, American Christian musician, worship pastor, and guitarist Michael K. Lee born 1973, American theater actor Michael Lee musician 1969–2008, English rock drummer

                                               

Gasoline Gus (comic)

For the 1921 film see Gasoline Gus Gasoline Gus is a character that was popular in cartoon strips, a record single, and films. The comic strip was written by O.P. Williams and was syndicated by the Philadelphia North American between 1913 and 191 ...

                                               

Werewolf (disambiguation)

The Werewolf 1913 film, a 1913 American silent film Werewolf 2016 film, a 2016 Canadian film "Werewolves" CSI, a 2006 sixth season episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Werewolf 1996 film, a direct-to-video horror film featured on Mystery Sci ...

                                               

Rite of Spring (disambiguation)

The Rite of Spring The Bad Plus album 2014 Rites of Spring Music Festival held by Vanderbilt University, Tennessee "Rite of Spring", a song by Angels & Airwaves from I-Empire The Rite of Spring Hubert Laws album Rites of Spring, a post-hardcore A ...

                                               

Battle of the Sexes

Battle of the Sexes refers to a conflict between male and female gender roles. Battle of the Sexes may also refer to: Battle of the sexes game theory, a game studied by game theorists Battle of the Sexes tennis, a 1973 exhibition tennis match bet ...

                                               

Great Unrest

The Great Unrest, also known as the Great Labour Unrest, was a period of labour revolt between 1911 and 1914 in the United Kingdom. The agitation included the 1911 Liverpool general transport strike and the 1913 Dublin lockout. It was the regions ...

                                               

Geoffrey Cox

Jeffrey David Cox born 1951, American union leader Geoffrey Cox British politician born 1960, barrister and MP Jeff Cox judge born 1962, Louisiana judge Jeffrey N. Cox born 1954, American academic Geoff Cox born 1951, Australian musician and medi ...

                                               

Elie Solier

Elie Emile William Auguste Solier was a New Caledonian lawyer and politician. He was a member of the General Council from 1953 to 1957.

                                               

Hearts of Oak

Hearts of Oak may refer to: Hearts of Oak album, an album by the band Ted Leo and the Pharmacists Accra Hearts of Oak SC, a football soccer club from Ghana Hearts of Oak New York militia, a volunteer military unit formed during the American Revol ...

                                               

Fred Hill

Fred or Frederick Hill may refer to: Fred Hill Australian footballer born 1927, Australian rules footballer Fred Hill footballer born 1940, English footballer Fred Hill coach born 1934, American college baseball coach Fred Hill activist 1909–1984 ...

                                               

Maestas vs. George H. Shone

Francisco Maestas et al. vs. George H. Shone et al. was one of the original lawsuits against educational segregation. Filed in the Colorado district court, 12th district, in 1912 by Francisco Maestas against the Alamosa School District Superinten ...

                                               

Irish Central Committee for the Employment of Women

The Irish Central Committee for the Employment of Women was an organisation set up in Ireland during the First World War as a central advisory scheme for local organisations. It operated from November 1914 until June 1919. The organisation was si ...

                                               

Destruction

Final destruction End of the World Self-destructive behaviour, a widely used phrase that conceptualises certain kinds of destructive acts as belonging to the self Destroy disambiguation Destructive narcissism, a pathological form of narcissism Da ...

                                               

After death (disambiguation)

Existence after death in the afterlife is generally taken to mean the survival of the essence of an individual once the individuals body in this world has died. After death may also refer to: After Death 1915 film, a Russian 1915 short film After ...

                                               

Samuel Albert Cook

Samuel Albert Cook was medical doctor and member of the American Red Cross mission in Serbia during First World War. Dr. Samuel Albert Cook was born on May 3, 1878 in Whitehall, New York. He completed his medical studies, lived and worked in his ...

                                               

The Eternal City

The Eternal City may refer to: The Eternal City, a 1901 novel by Hall Caine The Eternal City 2008 film, a 2008 film The city of Kyoto, Japan, specifically the historical Heian-kyō, dubbed Yorozuyo no Miya "The Eternal City" The Eternal City 1915 ...

                                               

South Carolina Library Association

The South Carolina Library Association is a professional organization for South Carolinas librarians and library workers. It is headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina. It was founded on October 27, 1915 in Columbia. University of South Carolin ...

                                               

Charlotte Bentley

Charlotte Eliza Bentley MBE was a British nurse and nursing activist. She raised the status of nurses as part of the British nursing history. She had them established as students during training and established State Enrolled Nurses as not just " ...

                                               

Britt Wadner

In 1959, she became an ad manager for Radio Syd. In 1962, the Pirate Radio Act also called "Lex Radio Nord" was introduced in Sweden, which banned ownership of radio transmitters and also prohibited broadcasts from international waters if they di ...

                                               

Aubrietia (disambiguation)

Aubrietia is a synonym for any of the approximately 20 species of trailing, purple-flowered plants of the genus Aubrieta, part of the mustard family, Brassicaceae. Aubrietia may also refer to:

                                               

Big Sister

Big Sister may refer to: "The Big Sister" Dexters Laboratory, an episode of Dexters Laboratory Big Sisters, part of the Big Brothers, Big Sisters program An older sister, see birth order Big Sister brothel, an online brothel in Prague Big Sisters ...

                                               

Fuzz

Fuzz electric guitar, distortion effects to create "warm" and "dirty" sounds Fuzz band, a garage rock band featuring Ty Segall, Charles Moothart and Chad Ubovich Fuzz album, their 2013 debut studio album The Fuzz band, a 1970s American female voc ...

                                               

Purity

Purity is the absence of impurity or contaminants in a substance. Purity is the ratio of a named pure substance in a sample, a number between 0 and 1 typically expressed as percent, permille, fraction, or other unit such as: Purity quantum mechan ...

                                               

Chicken (disambiguation)

Chicken Family Guy, a recurring character in the American TV series Family Guy Chicken 2001 film, a 2001 Irish short film Chickens 1916 film, a film starring Oliver Hardy One of the titular characters in the TV series Cow and Chicken The Chicken ...

                                               

Wicked City

The Wicked City Isaac Bashevis Singer novel, a 1972 childrens novel by Isaac Bashevis Singer Wicked City novel, a series of novels by Hideyuki Kikuchi

                                               

Deportations of Kurds (1916–1934)

The Deportations of Kurds by Turkey from 1916 to 1934 refers to the population transfer of hundreds of thousands of Kurds from Turkish Kurdistan that was perpetuated by the Ottoman Empire and its successor Turkey in order to Turkify the region. M ...

                                               

Angel City

Los Angeles, California, referred to as the "City of Angels" or occasionally "Angel City" Angel City, Texas, an unincorporated community Angel City, Florida, location in the United States Angels Camp, California, called "Angel City" on some archa ...

                                               

Suffrage Special

The Suffrage Special was an event created by the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage in 1916. The Suffrage Special toured the "free states" which had already allowed womens suffrage in the United States. The delegates were raising awareness of ...

                                               

Destiny (1919 film)

Destiny is a 1919 American silent film based on Charles Neville Bucks 1916 novel of the same name. The film was directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon and starred Dorothy Phillips. The film was produced and released by the Jewel Productions brand of the ...

                                               

Saints and Sinners

Santos y pecadores in Spanish, "Saints and sinners", a 2013 Argentine miniseries Saints and Sinners 1962 TV series, starring Nick Adams Saints and Sinners 1916 film, a 1916 American film directed by James Kirkwood Saints & Sinners 2007 TV series, ...

                                               

Paris Theatre, Sydney

The Paris Theatre was a cinema and theatre located on the corner of Wentworth Avenue and Liverpool Street in Sydney that showed films and vaudeville, cabaret and plays. The theatre changed names several times, trading as Australia Picture Palace, ...

                                               

Common Ground

Common Ground may refer to: Common ground communication technique Common resources, publicly owned areas, especially those for meeting Grounding in communication theory Common ground electricity, multiple electronic devices connected to the same ...

                                               

Boars Head

Boars Head may refer to: Boars Head Theatre, Whitechapel Boars head Boars Head Inn, any of several current and former taverns in London and elsewhere Boars head, see Boars in heraldry Boars Head Inn, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire Boars Head In ...

                                               

Circa Theatre

Circa Theatre is a professional theatre company in Wellington, New Zealand, that was established in 1976. They present a number of plays each year in their two auditoriums, and have a unique partnership and funding model with incoming shows under ...

                                               

1917 Chester race riot

The 1917 Chester race riot was a four day race riot in Chester, Pennsylvania in July 1917. Racial tensions in Chester increased greatly during the World War I industrial boom due to white hostility toward the large influx of southern blacks who m ...

                                               

Fighting for Love (1917 film)

Fighting for Love is a 1917 American silent comedy drama film directed by Raymond Wells and starring Ruth Stonehouse, Jack Mulhall and Jean Hersholt. It was shot at Universal City.

                                               

World War I armistice

World War I armistice may refer to: Armistice between Russia and the Central Powers, signed 15 December 1917 Armistice of Villa Giusti, signed 3 November 1918 between Italy and Austria-Hungary Armistice with Bulgaria, signed 29 September 1918 at ...

                                               

List of accolades received by 1917 (2019 film)

1917 is a 2019 epic war film directed, co-written and produced by Sam Mendes. The film stars George MacKay, Dean-Charles Chapman, Mark Strong, Andrew Scott, Richard Madden, Claire Duburcq, Colin Firth, and Benedict Cumberbatch. Based in part on a ...

                                               

The 24th

The 24th is an upcoming American historical drama film directed and co-written by Kevin Willmott. The film stars Trai Byers, Aja Naomi King, Bashir Salahuddin, Mo McRae, Tosin Morohunfola, Mykelti Williamson and Thomas Haden Church. The film tell ...

                                               

2019 American Society of Cinematographers Awards

The 34th American Society of Cinematographers Awards will be held on January 25, 2020 at the Hollywood & Highland Ray Dolby Ballroom, honoring the best cinematographers of film and television in 2019. The nominees were announced on January 2, 2020.

                                               

Wild Goose

Wild Goose may refer to: Wild Goose, Ontario, a community of the township of Shuniah, Ontario, Canada The Cry of the Wild Goose, a 1950 popular song performed by Frankie Laine USS Wild Goose SP-562, a US Navy patrol vessel in commission from 1917 ...

                                               

Muriel MacDonagh

Muriel Enid Gifford was born at 12 Cowper Road, Rathmines on 18 December 1884. She was the fourth sister and eighth child of twelve of Frederick and Isabella Gifford. As a child she suffered at different times from rheumatic fever and phlebitis. ...

                                               

Port of Everett

The Port of Everett is a public seaport authority located on Port Gardner Bay in Everett, Washington, United States. Founded in 1918, it operates a small cargo terminal, a public marina, waterfront real estate, and public recreational lands. The ...

                                               

1918 flu pandemic in India

1918 flu pandemic in India was the outbreak of an unusually deadly influenza pandemic in India between 1918-1920 as a part of the worldwide Spanish flu pandemic. Also referred to as the Bombay Influenza or the Bombay Fever in India, the pandemic ...

                                               

Forbidden City (disambiguation)

Forbidden City may refer to: Forbidden City, a 2011 song by Tina Guo The Imperial City of Huế, known as the Purple Forbidden City in Vietnamese The Forbidden City, a 1918 American drama film directed by Sidney Franklin "Forbidden City" song, a 19 ...