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Ruben Rausing | Marcel Bich | William Arms Fisher | Imma von Bodmershof | Baron omar Rolf von Ehrenfels | Mahdi ElMandjra | Chaïbia Talal | Muhammed Taher Pasha | Tadashi Asoma | Farid Essebar | Leonetto Cappiello | Marian MacDowell | Joan Gaspart | Atilla Ekici | Fathallah Oualalou | Abdeslam Ahizoune | David Foster (journalist) | Pierre Boulanger | Maria Winkelmann | Robert Assaraf | Michel Abitbol | Driss Ksikes | Karim Boukhari | Ahmed Benchemsi | Abu Inan Faris | Camillo Olivetti | Mohammed Abed Al-Jabri | Rachid Sbihi | Hind Mohammed | Ayman Halawani | Nathalie Handal | Hisham Abdulrahman | Habib Hassan Touma | Michel Pinseau | Gad Elmaleh | Bartol Gyurgieuvits | Victor Emanuel Lindstrand | Lalla Abla bint Tahar | Maras (gangs) | Peter Calvocoressi | Imad Kotbi | William Rutherford (mathematician) | J. C. Kumarappa | Tarif al-Matghari | Paul Tournon | John Davidson (general) | Brenda Paz | Hervé Carré | Bernhard Hoesli | Merieme Chadid | Hassan Hakmoun | Andrew Meldrum | Juan Pando | Jebala | Edward Blencowe Gould | Maguy Kakon | Abdelkhalek Torres
Education and Academics
Al Akhawayn University | Mohammed V University | Mohammed V University at Agdal | Sup De Co Marrakech | The American School of Tangier | Helwan University | Mohammed V University at Souissi | Timbuktu Manuscripts Project | Nasjonalbiblioteket | Bibliothèque Générale et Archives | Atlantis in art, literature and popular culture | Canadian College of Dental Health | European Journal of Human Genetics | Futuribles International | Bou Inania
History, Military and Politics
List of empires | Al Wifaq | Judiciary of Morocco | Moroccan nationality law | Battle of Ruvo | Military history of Morocco | Caprivi Liberation Army | Battle of Sidi Bou Zid | Operation Jumelles | Operation Marion | Boer Commando | Second Army (Serbia) | Third Army (Serbia) | Božidar Janković | Manuel Fernández Silvestre | Chemical weapons in the Rif War | Manuel González Hontoria | Hugo Stoltzenberg | Ignacio Hidalgo de Cisneros | Sebastian Balfour | Juan Picasso González | Rudibert Kunz | Rolf-Dieter Müller | Francisco Ciutat de Miguel | Erneido Oliva | List of political parties in Southern Africa | Battle of Embabo | Manhasset negotiations | United Nations Security Council Resolution 1754 | Military historiography | Africa-India relations
Literature of Morocco | Swahili literature | Ricote (Don Quixote) | Hope and Other Dangerous Pursuits
FIFA Disciplinary Code | Raja Casablanca | Widad Casablanca | Moghreb Athletic Tétouan | Saniat Rmel | Egyptian Olympic Committee | Fédération Royale Marocaine d’Athlétisme
Church of Saint Andrew, Tangier | List of Christian missions in Africa | Habous | Hinduism in Uganda
Geography and locations
Gibraltar Tunnel | Ouzoud Falls | Imbros Gorge | Brandon Creek | Menara gardens | Fes el Bali | Saidia | Toluca Valley | Zucchelli Station | Tinmel | Mala Mala reserve | Mechouar | Zion Centre | Oued Laou | Pujon | Sortelung | Naval Undersea Museum | Cape Malabata | Tombo Island | Hartishek | Ras Kebdana | Sidi Okba | Pilar, New Mexico | Fort Burgwin | Koro Toro | Los Guatuzos | Cajunga | Aguelmame Sidi Ali lake | Tamesna, Rabat | La Marañosa
Association Marocaine des Droits de l'Homme | Academia Mexicana de Derechos Humanos | Association Malienne des Droits de l'Homme | Association Mauritanienne des Droits de l'Homme | Equity and Reconciliation Commission | Mudawana | Asociación de Trabajadores Inmigrantes Marroquíes en España
Marrakech International Film Festival | List of festivals in Morocco | Lazio between Europe and the Mediterranean Festival
Projects, organizations and associations
International Bar Association | Wildlife Conservation International | Chicago Area Project | Vitamin C Foundation
Army and policing
Reserve force | Military reserve force | Direction Générale de la Sûreté Nationale | Groupes urbains de sécurité
Real, The Movie | Zidane, Un Portrait Du 21e Siecle | Indigènes
2007 Iberian Peninsula earthquake | 1960 Agadir earthquake | 2007 Casablanca bombing
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St Donat's Castle in St Donats, Wales, is a medieval castle in the Vale of Glamorgan, about 16 miles (26 km) west of Cardiff, and about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) east of Llantwit Major. The site, on cliffs overlooking the Bristol Channel, has been occupied since the Iron Age, and was by tradition the home of the Celtic chieftain Caradog. In the 12th century, the de Haweys began the present castle's development, followed by Peter de Stradling. The Stradlings held the castle for 400 years, until the death of Sir Thomas Stradling in a duel in 1738. By the early 19th century it was only partly habitable. William Randolph Hearst, the American newspaper tycoon, bought it in 1925 and expanded it with elements from other ancient structures, such as the roofs of Bradenstoke Priory in Wiltshire and St Botolph's Church in Lincolnshire. Bernard Shaw described the castle after Hearst's reconstruction as "what God would have built if he had had the money". (Full article...)
, or Germanophobia, has existed in various places throughout history. This includes 1860s Russia, where a press campaign against Germans was launched; Britain from the 1870s onwards; and across much of the rest of the world during World War I
and World War II
. In the post-war years the speed of the West German
recovery raised fears that the Germans of planning for World War III
, but in contemporary Europe Germany is generally viewed favourably. In a poll carried out in 2008 for the BBC World Service, in which people in 34 countries were asked about the positive and negative influence of 13 countries, Germany was the most popular, ahead of Japan, France and Britain.
This poster was released in 1917 by Harry Ryle Hopps, portraying Germany as a gorilla invading the United States having conquered Europe.Poster: Harry Ryle Hopps; Restoration: Christoph Braun
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