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Hans-Oscar Wohlermann

Hans-Oscar Wohlermann was a German officer during World War II. By the end of the war, Wohlermann participated in the battle of the Seelow heights and the Battle for Berlin. On the night of 24 April 1945 desperate reorganization Berlins objection ...

Roy Crawford (cricketer)

Francis Roy Crawford was a New Zealand cricketer who played first-class cricket for Wellington from 1937 to 1948. Roy Crawford was a middle order batsman and leg-spin bowler. He top-scored for Wellington with 12 and 40, when they were defeated in ...

Peter Keith

Peter Meredith Keith was an Anglican priest in New Zealand in the 20th century. Keith served in the new Zealand armed forces during the Second world war. He was educated at Ridley Hall, Cambridge. He was ordained a deacon in 1946 and priest in 19 ...

Archestratus (general)

Archestratus was a general who in 432 BCE was sent by Athens to Potidaea, in which a revolt was brewing, to take Potidean hostages and demolish the city wall. It is possible this expedition included the general Alcibiades and philosopher Socrates ...

Diodotus (son of Eucrates)

Diodotus, son of Eucrates, was an opponent to the proposal of Cleon - leader of the radical, imperialist faction in Athens - in 427 BC to kill all adult Mytilenean males and to enslave their women and children after the defeat of Mytilene. He see ...

Cnemus

Cnemus was the Spartan fleet commander during the second and third years of the Archidamian War. During his command, Cnemus oversaw a series of operations that met with failure. As a result, the Spartans began to question Cnemus leadership and se ...

Gylippus

Gylippus was a Spartan general of the 5th century BC, he was the son of Cleandridas, who was the adviser of King Pleistoanax and had been expelled from Sparta for accepting Athenian bribes in 446 BC and fled to Thurii, a pan-Hellenic colony then ...

Hegesandridas

Hegesandridas or Agesandridas, son of a "Hegesander" or "Agesander", perhaps the same who is mentioned as a member of the last Spartan embassy sent to Athens before the Peloponnesian War, was himself a Spartan general in that war. In 411 BC he wa ...

Sthenelaidas

Sthenelaidas was a Spartan who held the office of ephor in 432 BC, and, in the congress of the Lacedaemonians and their allies at Sparta in that year, vehemently and successfully urged the assembly to declare war with Athens. The speech which Thu ...

James MacHugo

James MacHugo, United Irishman, fl. 1797–1799. MacHugo was a merchant in the tobacco trade until found guilty in smuggling, which led to the officers of the company confiscate all their stock, and put him out of business. He was involved in the U ...

Padraig Gearr O Mannin

Padraig Gearr O Mannin, United Irishman, fl. 1798. On Mannin was a native Carnacregg, Menlough, who participated in the Irish rebellion of 1798. A group of several dozen men from Menlough and surrounding area gathered and moved in the direction o ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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