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Berhane Ghebrezgabiher Berhane Ghebregzabher, born in 1947, joined the Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF) in 1972 and, since independence for Eritrea, has held the following positions: member of the Central Council of PFDJ, member of the National Assembly, Secretary of Industry, Administrator of Hasmasien Province, Commander of the Ground Forces in the Eritrean Defence Forces as Major General, and Commander of the reserve army.
Berhanu Nega Berhanu Nega (born 1958) was elected mayor of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in the Ethiopian general elections, 2005. He is a founding chairman of the Rainbow Ethiopia: Movement for Democracy and Social Justice and an Deputy Chairman of Coalition for Unity and Democracy (CUD), for whom he served as chief election campaign strategist.
Berchem Berchem is a southern district of the municipality and city of Antwerp in the Flemish Region of Belgium. Berchem is located along the old Great Stone Road ('Grote Steenweg' in Dutch) that has connected Brussels to Antwerp for several centuries; the town borders the districts of Deurne, Borgerhout, Wilrijk and Antwerp and the municipality of Mortsel.
Berchtoldstag Berchtoldstag (also Bechtelstag, Bechtle, Bechtelistag, Berchtelistag, BĂ¤chtelistag, BĂ¤rzelistag) is an Alemannic holiday, known in Switzerland, Liechtenstein and the Alsace. It is near New Year's Day, during the RauhnĂ¤chte, in Switzerland always on January 2, with the status of a public holiday number of cantons (AG (partly), BE, FR, GL, JU, LU, NE, OW, SH, SO, TG, VD, ZG, ZH).
Beriev Aircraft Company The Beriev Aircraft Company is a Russian aircraft manufacturer (design office prefix Be), specializing in amphibious aircraft. The company was founded in Taganrog in the 1934 as OKB-49 by Georgy Mikhailovich Beriev (born February 13, 1903), and since that time has designed and produced more than 20 different models of aircraft for civilian and military purposes, as well as customized models.
Beriev Be-10 The Beriev Be-10, or M-10 (NATO reporting name: "Mallow") was built by the Soviet Beriev Aircraft Company in 1961. It was a jet-engined flying boat patrol bomber of all-metal construction with the engines located beneath the wing roots and splayed-out tailpipes.
Beriev Be-12 The Beriev Be-12 ChaykaChayka (Cyrillic: Đ§Đ°ĐąĐşĐ°) is Russian for 'seagull'. (NATO reporting name: "Mail") is a Soviet twin-turboprop-powered amphibious development of the Beriev Be-6 flying boat whose primary roles were as an anti-submarine and maritime patrol bomber aircraft.
Beriev Be-2500 The Beriev Be-2500 Neptun (Cyrillic: Đ‘ĐµŃ€Đ¸ĐµĐ˛ Đ‘Đµ-2500 ĐťĐµĐżŃ‚ŃĐ˝) is a super-heavy amphibian cargo aircraft concept being developed by the Beriev Aircraft Company of Russia. Its maximum takeoff weight is projected to be 2,500 metric tons, hence the designation.
Beriev MBR-2 The Beriev MBR-2MBR stands for Russian Morskoi Blizhniy Razvedchik (Cyrillic: ĐśĐľŃ€ŃĐşĐľĐą Đ‘Đ»Đ¸Đ¶Đ˝Đ¸Đą Đ Đ°Đ·Đ˛ĐµĐ´Ń‡Đ¸Đş) "Naval Short Range Reconnaissance". was a reconnaissance flying boat which entered service with the Soviet Navy in 1935.
Berimbau The berimbau is a single-string percussion instrument, a musical bow, from Brazil. The berimbau's origins are not entirely clear, but there is not much doubt on its African origin, as no Indigenous Brazilian or European people use musical bows, and very similar instruments are played in the southern parts of Africa.
Berin gali Berin Galior Beeran Gali or Baran Gali is a subdistrict of Abbottabad District, in the North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan. Al-Baruni writes in his bookAl-Hind this area as a beautiful area called asBAAD BURHAN,now called as Berin Gali.
Bering land bridge The Bering land bridge, also known as Beringia, was a land bridge roughly 1,000 miles (1,600 km) north to south at its greatest extent, which joined present-day Alaska and eastern Siberia at various times during the Pleistocene ice ages. Beringia was not glaciated because snowfall was extremely light due to the southwesterly winds from the Pacific Ocean having lost their moisture over the fully glaciated Alaska Range.
Bering Land Bridge National Preserve The Bering Land Bridge National Preserve on the Alaskan coastline is one of the most remote United States national park areas, located on the Seward Peninsula. The National Preserve protects a remnant of the Bering Land Bridge that connected Asia with North America more than 13,000 years ago during the Pleistocene ice age.
Bering Sea The Bering (or Imarpik) Sea is a body of water in the extreme north of the Pacific Ocean, separated from the main body of the Pacific by the Alaska Peninsula and Aleutian Islands. Covering over two million square kilometers (775,000 sq.
Bering Strait The Bering Strait () is a sea strait between Cape Dezhnev, Russia, the easternmost point (169Â°43' W) of the Asian continent and Cape Prince of Wales, Alaska, the westernmost point (168Â°05' W) of the North American continent, with latitude of about 65Â° 40' North, slightly south of the polar circle.
Bering Strait bridge The Bering Strait bridge is a proposed/envisioned bridge spanning the Bering Strait between Cape Dezhnev, Chukotka, Russia, and Cape Prince of Wales, Alaska, United States. The name The Intercontinental Peace Bridge has been used in some proposals.
Bering Strait School District Bering Strait School District (BSSD) is a school district in northwestern Alaska, United States, serving approximately 1,700 students in grades K-12 in fifteen isolated villages. All schools in the district serve students of all ages, and most classrooms are multi-age.
Berisades Berisades (in Greek BÎµĎÎąĎÎ±Î´Î·Ď‚) was a ruler in Thrace, who inherited, in conjunction with Amadocus and Cersobleptes, the dominions of the Thracian king Cotys on the death of the latter in 358 BC. Berisades was probably a son of Cotys and a brother of the other two princes.
Berissa Berissa (also spelled Berisa or Verissa) is a Roman Catholic titular see in the former Roman province of Pontus Polemoniacus, in Asia Minor, which Kiepert and Ramsay have identified with the modern village of Baulus (also known as Bolus), south-west of Tokat.Berissa - Catholic Encyclopedia article
Berit Aunli Berit Kristine Aunli, nĂ©e Kvello (born June 9, 1956 in StjĂ¸rdal, Norway) is a Norwegian former cross country skier married to Ove Aunli. She won her first international championship medal as a member of the Norwegian team that won the bronze medal at the 4 x 5 km at the 1980 Winter Olympics.
Berith In demonology, Berith is a Great Duke of Hell, powerful and terrible, and has twenty-six legions of demons under his command. He tells things of the past, present and future with true answers; he can also turn all metals into gold, give dignities to men and confirm them.
Berkane Berkane () is a city in the northeastern Morocco in the area of Thrifa, limited by the Mediterranean to its north, the Kiss Oued (Moroccan-Algerian border) and the wilaya of Oujda in the east, the wilaya of Nador in the west and the wilaya of Taourirt in the south. This common (county) belongs to the wilaya of Oujda.
Berke Berke Khan was the Khan of the Kipchak or Golden Horde The name Golden is believed to have come from the steppe color system for the cardinal directions : black â€” north, blue â€” east, red â€” south, white â€” west, and yellow (or gold) â€” center. who effectively consolidated the power of the Blue Horde and White Hordes In this terminology the names Blue and White follow the Persian usage, as do most contemporary historians; in Turkish usage they are reversed, causing some confusion in secondary literature.
Berke-Hulagu war The Berke-Hulagu war was a war between Berke, khan of the Golden Horde, and Hulagu, khan of the Ilkhanate, that was fought in the Caucasus mountains area in the 1260s after the destruction of Baghdad in 1258. This war marked a key moment in the fragmentation of the Mongol Empire after the death of the Great Khan Mongke.
Berkeley (Amtrak station) Berkeley Station is an Amtrak station in Berkeley, California, served by Amtrak California's Capitol Corridor service. The station is located under the University Avenue overpass, just west of 4th Street, and is served by AC Transit bus lines 51 and 802.
Berkeley (ferryboat) The Berkeley was one of several ferryboats of the Southern Pacific Railroad that operated on San Francisco Bay between the Oakland Pier and the San Francisco Ferry Building for sixty years. Built in 1898, she served after the 1906 earthquake, ferrying refugees across the bay to Oakland.
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) is the visual arts center at the University of California, Berkeley, and one of the largest university art museums in the country, both in size and attendance. A single institution, BAM/PFA is comprised of distinct departments for art and film.
Berkeley Barb The Berkeley Barb was an underground newspaper that was published in Berkeley, California, from 1965 to the early 1980s. It was one of the first and most influential of the counterculture newspapers of the late 1960s, covering such subjects as the anti-war and civil-rights movements as well as the social changes advocated by the youth culture.
Berkeley Baronets There have been two baronetcies created for people named Berkeley, both in the Baronetage of England. The first was on 29 June 1611 for Henry Berkeley of Wymondham in Leicestershire, a descendant of Thomas Berkeley, younger son of Thomas de Berkeley, 1st Baron Berkeley.
Berkeley Branch Railroad The Berkeley Branch Railroad was a long branch line of the Central Pacific Railroad (CPRR) from a junction in what later became Emeryville called "Shellmound" to what soon became downtown Berkeley, adjacent to the new University of California campus. The line opened on August 16, 1876.
Berkeley Breathed Guy Berkeley ("Berke") Breathed (born June 21, 1957) is an American cartoonist, children's book author/illustrator, director and screenwriter, best known for Bloom County, a 1980s cartoon-comic strip which dealt with socio-political issues, as seen through the eyes of highly exaggerated characters (e.g.
Berkeley Building The Berkeley Building (also known as the Old John Hancock Building) is a 26-story, 495-foot (151 m) structure located at 200 Berkeley Street, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. It is the second of the three John Hancock buildings built in Boston; it was succeeded by the John Hancock Tower.
Berkeley Carroll School The Berkeley Carroll School is an independent, nonsectarian, coed day school, enrolling about 750 students from pre-kindergarten through high school. Berkeley Carroll School is located in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn at three locations: 181 Lincoln Place, 701 Carroll Street, and 515 Sixth Street.
Berkeley City Club The Berkeley City Club, formerly known as the Berkeley Women's City Club, was organized by women in Berkeley, California in 1927, to contribute to social, civic, and cultural progress. It is no longer restricted to women, and is available to the public at large for weddings and other occasions.
Berkeley City College Berkeley City College or BCC, formerly Vista Community College, is a community college located in Berkeley, California. The college, the fourth campus of the Peralta Community College District, opened in April 1974 as the Peralta College for Nontraditional Study.
Berkeley College (Yale) Berkeley College is a residential college at Yale University, constructed in 1930. The eighth of Yale's 12 residential colleges, it was named in honor of Reverend George Berkeley (1685-1753), dean of Derry and later bishop of Cloyne, in recognition of the assistance in land and books that he gave to Yale in the 18th century.
Berkeley County School District The Berkeley County School District is a school district with in Berkeley County, South Carolina. It is based in Moncks Corner, South Carolina and serves suburbs of Charleston, South Carolina and northern portions of that city.
Berkeley DB Berkeley DB (BDB) is a high-performance, embedded database library with bindings in C, C++, Java, Perl, Python, Tcl, Smalltalk and many other programming languages. BDB stores arbitrary key/data pairs as byte arrays, and supports multiple data items for a single key.
Berkeley Divinity School Berkeley Divinity School, founded in 1854, is an official seminary of The Episcopal Church, based in New Haven, Connecticut. The seminary was originally founded as a middle-way between the Anglo-Catholic leaning General Theological Seminary in New York, and the Evangelical-leaning Virginia Theological Seminary.
Berkeley family The Berkeley family has an unbroken male line of descent from a Saxon ancestor before the Norman conquest of England in 1066 to the present day. The family reputedly descends from Harding, the son of Eadnoth (Alnod), who as "Marshal" or "Staller" was a high official under King Edward the Confessor.
Berkeley Free Clinic The Berkeley Free Clinic is a nonprofit community clinic located in Berkeley, California. It is operated as a worker-run collective by over a hundred volunteers who annually donate over 50,000 hours of their time.
Berkeley Gaskin Berkeley Bertram McGarrell Gaskin (born March 21, 1908, Georgetown, British Guiana (now Georgetown, Guyana), died May 2, 1979, Georgetown, Guyana) was a West Indian cricketer who played in two Tests in 1947-48.
Berkeley Handicap The Berkeley Handicap is a Grade III race for thoroughbred horses held on the dirt at Golden Gate Fields in Albany, California. Highlighting the Labor Day weekend, it's a race for three-year-olds and up of either gender and run at a distance of one and one sixteenth mile.
Berkeley Heights Public Schools The Berkeley Heights Public Schools are a comprehensive community public school district serving students in kindergarten through twelfth grade from Berkeley Heights in Union County, New Jersey. The six district schools provide an education to over 2,815 students.
Berkeley High School (Berkeley, California) Berkeley High School is the only public high school in Berkeley, California. It is located one long block west of Shattuck Avenue and three short blocks south of University Avenue in Downtown Berkeley, and is recognized as a Berkeley landmark.
Berkeley Hills The Berkeley Hills are a range of the Pacific Coast Ranges which overlook the northeast side of the valley in which San Francisco Bay is situated. They were originally called the Contra Costa Hills, but with the establishment of Berkeley and the University of California, the current usage was applied by geographers and gazeteers.
Berkeley I-80 bridge The Berkeley I-80 bridge is a 15-foot-wide bridge spanning Interstate 80/580 to allow bicycles, pedestrians, and wheelchair users access to the Eastshore State Park and the city. The bridge does not have an official name, except "City of Berkeley Eastshore Pedestrian Overcrossing.
Berkeley Marina The Berkeley Marina is the westernmost portion of the city of Berkeley, California, located west of Interstate 80, the Eastshore Freeway at the foot of University Avenue on San Francisco Bay. Narrowly speaking, "Berkeley Marina" refers only to the city marina, but in common usage, it applies more generally to the surrounding area.
Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing The Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) is a distributed computing infrastructure, originally developed out of the SETI@home project, but intended to be useful to fields beyond SETI. The software is free/open source software, released under the GNU Lesser General Public License.
Berkeley poetry review The Berkeley Poetry Review (BPR) is UC Berkeleyâ€™s longest-running undergraduate poetry journal. The Review has been in publication since 1974 with the mission of promoting the serious consideration of creative writing in the Berkeley community.
Berkeley Parents Network Berkeley Parents Network is an online forum for parents in the Bay Area. Despite the name, the discussion board addresses issues in and around Berkeley, relevant to a far greater number of people than solely Berkeley parents.
Berkeley Pier The Berkeley Pier is a pier in Berkeley, California. The pier as constructed extended three and a half miles into the San Francisco Bay from the end of University Avenue, but is today approximately two and a half miles (4.
Berkeley RISC Berkeley RISC was one of two seminal research projects into RISC-based microprocessor design taking place under ARPA's VLSI project. RISC was led by David Patterson at the University of California, Berkeley between 1980 and 1984, while the other was taking place only a short drive away at Stanford University under their MIPS effort starting in 1981 and running until 1984.
Berkeley Rose Garden The Berkeley Rose Garden, constructed by the Works Project Administration, opened to the public in 1937. It occupies most of the block lying between Eunice and Bayview Place along Euclid Avenue in Berkeley, California.
Berkeley sockets The Berkeley sockets application programming interface (API) comprises a library for developing applications in the C programming language that perform inter-process communication, most commonly across a computer network.
Berkeley Software Distribution Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD, sometimes called Berkeley Unix) is the Unix derivative distributed by the University of California, Berkeley, starting in the 1970s. The name is also used collectively for the modern descendants of these distributions.
Berkeley Square Berkeley Square is a town square in the West End of London in the City of Westminster, originally laid out in the mid 18th century by architect William Kent. It is named after the noble Gloucestershire family of the same name whose London home, Berkeley House, had stood nearby until 1733.
Berkeley Square (film) Berkeley Square is the title of a 1933 film which tells the story of a young American who is transported back to London in the time of the American Revolution and meets his ancestors. It was directed by Frank Lloyd and stars Leslie Howard, Heather Angel, Valerie Taylor and Colin Keith-Johnston.
Berkeley Systems Berkeley Systems was a San Francisco Bay Area software company cofounded in 1987 by Wes Boyd and Joan Blades. It made money early on by doing contract work for the National Institute of Health, specifically in making modifications to the Macintosh so that it could be usable by people with very low vision, or even the blind.
Berkeley Township School District The Berkeley Township School District is a community public school district that is responsible for the education of children in kindergarten through sixth grade from Berkeley Township, in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States.
Berkeley Zen Center The Berkeley Zen Center is a Soto Zen Buddhist sangha located in Berkeley, CA founded by Mel Weitsman and Shunryu Suzuki in 1967. In 1979 the Zen community moved to a new location in Berkeley where they named the new zendo Shogakuji (in memory of Suzuki).
Berkeley, Gloucestershire Berkeley (pronounced ) is a town between the south bank of the River Severn and the M5 motorway in Gloucestershire, England, at . The town is located mid-way between Bristol and Gloucester and is built on a small hill in the Vale of Berkeley.
Berkeley, West Virginia Berkeley is an unincorporated community in Berkeley County, West Virginia. The community began as Berkeley Station on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad line, but its name has since been shortened to Berkeley as it has become more of a bedroom community.
Berkelium Berkelium (IPA: ) is a synthetic element in the periodic table that has the symbol Bk and atomic number 97. A radioactive metallic element in the actinide series, berkelium was first synthesized by bombarding americium with alpha particles (helium ions) and was named after Berkeley, California and the University of California, Berkeley.
Berkhamsted Collegiate School Berkhamsted Collegiate School is a public school in Hertfordshire, England, formed in 1997 by the amalgamation of the original Berkhamsted School, founded in 1541 by John Incent, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, Berkhamsted School for Girls, established in 1888, and Berkhamsted Preparatory School.
Berklee College of Music Berklee College of Music, founded in 1945, is an independent music college in Boston, Massachusetts with many prominent faculty, staff, alumni, and visiting artists. It has an enrollment of approximately 3,800 students and a faculty of approximately 430 (as of 2004).
Berkley Books Berkley Books is a paperback imprint of Penguin Group (USA) that began as an independent company in 1955. It was established by Charles Byrne and Frederic Klein, who were working for Avon and formed "Chic News Company".
Berkovitsa Glacier Berkovitsa Glacier (Lednik Berkovitsa 'led-nik ber-'ko-vi-tsa) is a glacier on Livingston Island, Antarctica. It is bounded by the southeastern slopes of Oryahovo Heights and the northwestern slopes of Snow Peak.
Berks & Bucks Senior Cup The Berks & Bucks Senior Cup is the Senior County Cup competition of the Berks & Bucks FA. The Cup was first played in 1878/79, when the FA Cup had only been going for seven years and there was no Football League.
Berkshire Berkshire (IPA: or ; sometimes abbreviated to Berks) is a county in the South East of England. It is also often referred to as the Royal County of Berkshire because of the presence of the royal residence of Windsor Castle in the county; this usage, which goes back to the 19th century at least, was recognised by the Queen in 1958, and Letters patent issued confirming this in 1974.
Berkshire (UK Parliament constituency) Berkshire is a former United Kingdom Parliamentary constituency. It was a constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of England then of the Parliament of Great Britain from 1707 to 1800 and of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1885.
Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Football Association The Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Football Association is the County Football Association for Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. The Berks & Bucks FA was formed in 1878, with the first president and driving force being Mr J H Clark from Maidenhead.
Berkshire county cricket teams Berkshire county cricket teams have been traced back to the 18th century but the county's involvement in cricket goes back much further than that. Given that the first definite mention of cricket anywhere in the world is dated c.
Berkshire Capital Corporation Berkshire Capital Securities is a private investment bank headquartered in New York City, with offices in London and Denver. Berkshire Capital provides merger, acquisition, fairness opinion, valuation and strategic advisory services to financial institutions, with a focus on the Investment Management and Securities Industries.
Berkshire Constabulary Berkshire Constabulary is a former Home Office police force which was responsible for policing the county of Berkshire in Southern England. Berkshire Constabulary was merged with several other adjacent police forces in 1968 to form the Thames Valley Police.
Berkshire County Cricket Club Berkshire County Cricket Club is one of the county clubs which make up the Minor Counties in the English domestic cricket structure, representing the historic county of Berkshire and playing in the Minor Counties Championship and MCCA Knockout Trophy.
Berkshire industrial farm The Berkshire industrial farm currently operates under the auspices of the New York City Administration for Childrenâ€s Services (ACS)the first agency devoted solely to serving children and their families. ACSâ€™s mission is to ensure the safety and well-being of New York City children.
Berkshire Maestros Berkshire Maestros (formerly Berkshire Young Musicians' Trust) is an organisation based in Berkshire, England, that provides musical tuition at discounted rates to those in full-time education. It also organises orchestras, bands, ensembles and choirs for its students.
Berkson's paradox Berkson's paradox or Berkson's fallacy is a result in conditional probability and statistics which is counter-intuitive for some people, and so has been described as a paradox. It is a complicating factor arising in statistical tests of proportions.
Berkswell Berkswell is a village and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull, county of West Midlands, England. It is in the east of the borough, and borders Coventry, and is about 7 miles west of Coventry city centre.
Berl Broder Berl Broder (1815â€“1868), born Berl Margulis was a Ukrainian Jew, the most famous of the Broder singers, 19th century Jewish singers comparable to the troubadours or MinnesĂ¤nger, and reputed the first to be both a singer and an actor. Thirty of his songs survive; of these, 24 are in the form of dialogues, usually between craftsmen such as tailors or shoemakers; his songs are seen as a precursor to Yiddish theater.
Berlage (crater) Berlage is an old lunar crater that lies in the southern hemisphere on the far side of the Moon. The smaller crater Bellinsgauzen is attached to its northern rim, and Cabannes crater is located less than one crater diameter to the northwest.
Berlei Building The Berlei Building is an Art Deco building at 39-47 Regent Street, Sydney. It is considered an architecturally significant building, and is a key part of a proposed heritage area in and around South Regent Street.
Berlekamp's algorithm In mathematics, particularly computational algebra, Berlekamp's algorithm is a well-known method for factorising polynomials over finite fields (also known as Galois fields). The algorithm consists mainly of matrix reduction and polynomial GCD computations.
Berlekamp-Massey algorithm The Berlekamp-Massey algorithm is an algorithm for finding the shortest linear feedback shift register (LFSR) for a given output sequence. Equivalently, it is an algorithm for finding the minimal polynomial of a linearly recurrent sequence.
Berlepsch's Parotia The Berlepsch's Parotia, Parotia berlepschi also known as Berlepsch's Six-wired Bird of Paradise is a medium-sized black bird of paradise with a bronzed upperparts, white flank plumes, black throat, an iridescent gold breast plumes and six flag-tipped head wires.
BerlevĂĄg LORAN-C transmitter BerlevĂĄg LORAN-C transmitter is a LORAN-C transmitter at BerlevĂĄg , Norway at 70Â° 50' 43" N, 29Â° 12' 16" E(). BerlevĂĄg LORAN-C transmitter is the Yankee secondary station of BĂ¸ chain ( GRI 7007).
Berlin & Beyond Film Festival Berlin & Beyond is a film festival that takes place each January in San Francisco, California. Established in 1996, Berlin & Beyond is sponsored by the Goethe Institute and features new films from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Berlin (comics) Berlin is the title of a comic book series created by Jason Lutes and published by Drawn and Quarterly. Planned as a series of 24 magazines, it describes life in Berlin from 1928 to 1933, during the decline of the Weimar Republic.
Berlin Airlift (band) Berlin Airlift was a popular Boston band in the early 1980s whose name refers both to frontman Rick Berlin's surname and the Allied mission to fly food and supplies to blockaded West Berlin in 1948-1949. In 1981, Boston radio stations played two songs from the band, Over The Hill and Don't Stop Me From Crying, and that eventually led to a recording contract with Handshake/CBS Records and the release of their eponymous debut album Berlin Airlift.
Berlin Alexanderplatz (television) Originally broadcast in 1980, this television mini-series was adapted and directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, and starred GĂĽnter Lamprecht, Hanna Schygulla, Barbara Sukowa, Elisabeth Trissenaar and Gottfried John. The complete series was 15Â˝ hours long.
Berlin Anhalter Bahnhof The Anhalter Bahnhof is a former railway terminus in Berlin, Germany, about 600Â m south east of Potsdamer Platz. Although it closed more than half a century ago, the name lives on at a nearby station on the city's S-Bahn network and also covered here.
Berlin border crossings The Berlin border crossings were created as a result of the postwar division of Germany. After the construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961, border stations between East Berlin, declared capital by the (unrecognized) German Democratic Republic, and the sectors controlled by the three Western Allies were added.
Berlin Brandenburgish dialects Berlin-Brandenburgish is a group of dialects spoken in Brandenburg (Brandenburgisch) and Berlin (Berlinerisch). The original East Low German dialects of Berlin have been strongly influenced by East Middle German dialects, so that Berlinerische today is often classified as East Middle German.
Berlin class replenishment ship The Type 702 Berlin class replenishment ships are the largest vessels of the Deutsche Marine (German Navy). In German, this type of ship is called Einsatzgruppenversorger which can be translated as task force supplier though the official designation in English is combat support ship.
Berlin Community School The Berlin Community School is a community public elementary school and school district that serves students in kindergarten through eighth grade from Berlin Borough, in Camden County, New Jersey, United States.
Berlin Conference The Berlin Conference ( or "Congo Conference") of 1884â€“85 regulated European colonization and trade in Africa during the New Imperialism period. Called for by Bismarck, the first Chancellor of Germany, its outcome, the General Act of the Berlin Conference, is often seen as the formalization of the Scramble for Africa.
Berlin Conference of 1954 The Berlin Conference of 1954 was a meeting of the "Big Four" foreign ministers of the United States (John Foster Dulles), Britain (Anthony Eden), France (Georges Bidault), and the Soviet Union (Vyacheslav Molotov), on January 25-February 18, 1954.
Berlin document center To collect Berlin document center (BDC) after the end Zweiten of world war in Berlin established over central documents from time of the national socialism, as preparation for NĂĽrnberger of processes approximately war criminals. To 1994 the BDC stood under US American administration and of Bundesarchiv was then taken over.