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JERUSALEM, ASCALON, ACRE, AND BETHANY, 1150–1161 Part II

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The Kingdom of Jerusalem and the other Crusader states, with Muslim states (in shades of green) in 1135 during the reign of Melisende. Someone may have paid the Assassins to kill Raymond, although they had never been known to target Christians. Or he may have done something to antagonize them. It’s also possible that he was assassinated by people dressed

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Ferdinand I of Austria

Ferdinand Emperor of AustriaKing of Hungary, Lombardy and Venetia, and Bohemia Reign 2 March, 1835 – 2 December, 1848 Predecessor Francis I Successor Francis Joseph I Spouse Maria Anna of Sardinia Full name Ferdinand Charles Leopold Joseph Francis Marcelin Father Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor Mother Maria Theresa of the

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ALFRED I, PRINCE OF WINDISCH-GRÄTZ

Prince Windisch-Graetz in an 1852 lithograph. Prague, Barricades during the revolution of 1848, June 1848 Alfred Candidus Ferdinand, Prince of Windisch-Graetz (German: Alfred Candidus Ferdinand Fürst zu Windisch-Graetz) (May 11, 1787, Brussels — March 21, 1862, Vienna) was an Austrian army officer who distinguished himself throughout the wars fought by

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SOVIET FIGHTER ACES IN KOREA

Russian MiG-15 Aces in Korea, from left to right: Aleksandr P. Smorchkov (8 kills), Nikolai

DEMETRIUS I, KING OF MACEDON

Marble bust of Demetrius I Poliorcetes. Roman copy from 1st century AD of a Greek

Book: The Cross in the Sky

The Life and Adventures of Charles ‘Moth’ EatonSoldier – Pioneer Aviator – Pathfinder for Global

The Wings of the Abwehr: The Dawn of Secret Missions

Theodor Rowehl The secret activities of the talented organizer of secret missions Theodor Rowehl left