During the Second Schleswig War, Tegetthoff as a Kommodor was given command, in February 1864, of a small Austrian squadron that sailed to the North Sea to support the very weak Prussian naval forces against the superior Danish navy which was blockading.
In March 1868 Tegetthoff took also charge as Chef der Marinesektion (Chief of the Naval Section) of the War Ministry of the new dual monarchy. Despite considerable resistance from the General Staff, he vigorously pursued a complete reform of the Austro.
Juan Martin del Potro continued to be the story of the Rio Olympic tennis event. Just 16 hours after stunned top ranked Novak Djokovic in about 2.5 hours, del Potro was back on court and needed to go the distance to put away the stubborn Joao Sousa of.
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Original agfacolor photo slide 35mm showing one of the worlds first color photos taken in Dublin Ireland. Duke Street in Dublin, Ireland 1939 farbdia color slide history colour. Find this Pin and more on Original WW2 (Military History) Color Photo Slides.
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The article provides a comparative analysis of the changes in the political iconography of four East Central European capitals—Berlin, Warsaw, Prague and Bratislava—since 1989, focusing on selected monuments, architectural projects for state.