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The Graduate Center, The City University of New York Established in , the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) is devoted primarily to doctoral studies and awards most of CUNY's doctoral degrees. An internationally recognized center for advanced studies and a national model for public doctoral education, the Graduate Center offers more than thirty doctoral programs in. Wilhelm Cuno () was a Weimar era business leader turned politician who served as the chancellor of Germany from November until August Born in Suhl, Thuringia, Cuno trained as a lawyer. After proving himself a skilful businessman, he was employed by the German government in CUNO is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of a comprehensive line of filtration products for the separation, clarification, and purification of fluids and gasses. Key Dates: Cuno Engineering Corporation is founded. Cuno Engineering develops its first industrial filters. Cuno Engineering becomes a public. Kenneth M. Cuno researches, teaches, and writes about the history of the modern Middle East. He received a Ph.D. in history at UCLA in , and taught at the American University in Cairo before coming to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in
The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) was a fraternal organization composed of veterans of the Union Army (United States Army), Union Navy (), Marines and the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service who served in the American Civil was founded in in Springfield, Illinois, and grew to include hundreds of "posts" (local community units) across the nation (predominantly in the North, but also a. Lt. R. G. D. Small, Leinster Regiment: 18 February – Julian B. Hall 18 February – Lt. C. F. Lee, King's Royal Rifles: 18 February – Percy Maxwell Muller 18 February – Wallace Prowse Hodgson 18 February – 2nd Lt. R. A. Archer RFA 4 March – 2nd Lt. Lanoe Hawker RE: 4 March The award winning and leading webresource on the largest Airborne operation in history: Operation Market Garden. This Digital Monument contains 5 online databases with over personal records of KIA, over photos, pictures and maps, veterans acounts, war diaries, detailed information about units and its commanders and used equipment, multimedia section with film and sound, facebook and. [G.R. Brocklebanck] A short history of 3rd Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, from the outbreak of war: Duplicated, prepared in Italy, ii, 83 p.
This listing shows the names and ranks of the Regular Army of the Confederate States of America (ASCA) officers, as well as their ranks in the volunteer Provisional Army of the Confederate States (PACS), if any. These officers fought for the Confederate States during the American Civil War. These lists also show the final regular unit they served in, if known.* denotes killed in action or died. Get the latest news, tips, and alerts from and find out what you need to know about safely handling and storing food to prevent food poisoning. Early life. Armstrong was born in Pleasant Grove, Alabama, and was reared on a small farm near Birmingham. He came from a family of fundamentalist Christians, and his mother wanted him to be a graduating from Hueytown High School in , Armstrong initially enrolled at Howard College, now Samford University in Homewood, Alabama, where he became interested in acting, and . Lt. G. I. Carmichael RFA 15 October – Victor Colin Higginbottom 15 October – 2nd Lt. D. L. Allen, 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers: 15 October – Lt. L. Loultcheff, Bulgarian Army: 15 October – Lt. R. G. H. Murray, 9th Gurkha Rifles: 15 October – Dr. David Edmund Stodart 15 October –