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Скачать бесплатно! Научная работа на тему . Аудитория: ученые, педагоги, деятели науки, работники образования, студенты (18-). Minsk, Belarus. Research paper. Agreement. Система Orphus

На фото: ЦВИНГЛИ [ЛИДЕР ЭПОХИ РЕФОРМАЦИИ] [НА АНГЛИЙСКОМ], автор: admin

ЦВИНГЛИ [ЛИДЕР ЭПОХИ РЕФОРМАЦИИ] [НА АНГЛИЙСКОМ] 482 за 24 часа

01 сентября 2005

Zwingli, pronounced ZWIHNG lee or TSVIHNG lee, Huldreich, pronounced HUL drykh (1484-1531), was a leader of the Protestant Reformation. His career centered in Switzerland, but he influenced the Reformation in Germany, the Netherlands, and England...

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На фото: INDEPENDENT BELARUS, автор: admin

INDEPENDENT BELARUS 1358 за 24 часа

01 сентября 2005

Following the August 1991 coup d'etat (see Glossary) in Moscow and declarations of independence by Estonia, Latvia, and Ukraine, the Supreme Soviet in Minsk declared the independence of Belarus on August 25, 1991, by giving its Declaration of State Sovereignty the status of a constitutional document and renaming the country the Republic of Belarus...

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На фото: BELARUS: STALIN AND RUSSIFICATION, автор: admin

BELARUS: STALIN AND RUSSIFICATION 188 за 24 часа

01 сентября 2005

But the country's misery did not end in the summer of 1944, when the Red Army "liberated" it from the Nazis. Stalin ordered sweeping purges and mass deportations of local administrators and members of the CPSU, as well as those who had collaborated with the Nazis in any way, those who had spent the war in slave labor and prison camps in Germany and were now "ideologically contaminated" in Stalin's view, those who were suspected of antiSoviet sentiments, and those who were accused of "bourgeois nationalism." Only in 1971 did the Belorussian SSR return to its pre-World War II population level, but without its large Jewish populace...

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На фото: BELARUS: WORLD WAR II, автор: admin

BELARUS: WORLD WAR II 1657 за 24 часа

01 сентября 2005

Germany attacked Poland on September 1, 1939. Two and onehalf weeks later, Soviet troops moved into the western portions of Belorussia and Ukraine. Ignorant of, or disbelieving the existence of, mass persecutions under Stalin, most Belorussians welcomed the Red Army, only to learn quickly of the harsh reality of communism. Arrests and deportations were common, and the socalled flourishing of national culture was strictly circumscribed by the ideological and political goals of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU--see Glossary). About 300,000 persons were deported from western Belorussia to Soviet labor camps between September 1939 and June 1941, when Germany attacked the Soviet Union...

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На фото: BELARUS: WORLD WAR AND REVOLUTION, автор: admin

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01 сентября 2005

The outbreak of World War I in 1914 turned Belorussia into a zone of strict martial law, military operations, and great destruction. Large German and Russian armies fought fiercely and caused the expulsion or departure of more than 1 million civilians from the country. The Russian government's inept war efforts and ineffective economic policies prompted high food prices, shortages of goods, and many needless deaths in the war. Discontent in the cities and the countryside spread, leading to strikes, riots, and the eventual downfall of the tsarist government...

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На фото: THE DEFENITION OF PUNISHMENT, автор: admin

THE DEFENITION OF PUNISHMENT 185 за 24 часа

01 сентября 2005

Punishment has become an increasingly problematic and controversial category in the last forty years or so. Particular punishments such as death penalty have become of wider divisions. Hanging is a means to an end. It can not function as a deterrent. It would so function that certain criminals justly deserve to be executed, whatever the deterrent effect of the penalty. Prisons have become a focus of controversy. Libertarian lobby argues that prisons have failed, they serve no purpose but to degrade inmates and to breed hardened criminals and should be abolished. An economy-minded lobby calls for shorter sentences, reserving prisons for the most serious cases...

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На фото: Yale University | Йельский университет, автор: admin

Yale University | Йельский университет 60 за 24 часа

20 февраля 2003

Yale University is a coeducational, privately endowed, nonsectarian school in New Haven, Connecticut. Chartered in 1701, Yale is the third oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. Only Harvard University and the College of William and Mary are older...

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Yankee | Янки (население США) 179 за 24 часа

20 февраля 2003

People of other countries often call any person from the United States a Yankee. In the southern United States, the word Yankee means a Northerner, or someone who comes from north of Mason and Dixon's Line. But most of the people of the United States use the word Yankee to mean a New Englander...

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Песня американских пионеров "Yankee Doodle" 736 за 24 часа

20 февраля 2003

Yankee Doodle is a song that has been popular in the United States since the 1700's. Music historians disagree about the song's origin, but they know that its melody and words have changed over time. In 1767, American composer Andrew Barton used "Yankee Doodle" in his opera The Disappointment. The song must have been well known by that time because Barton did not write out the music. He simply directed the performers to sing his words to the tune of "Yankee Doodle" ...

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На фото: Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939), (Вильям Йетс, английский писатель), автор: admin

Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939), (Вильям Йетс, английский писатель) 386 за 24 часа

20 февраля 2003

Yeats, pronounced yayts, William Butler (1865-1939), an Irish poet and dramatist, won the 1923 Nobel Prize for literature. Many critics consider him the greatest poet of his time. Yeats led the Irish Literary Revival, a movement of the late 1800's and early 1900's that stimulated new appreciation of traditional Irish literature. The movement also encouraged the creation of works written in the spirit of Irish culture, as distinct from English culture...

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