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Ms. Gsptlsnz

26 septiembre, 2016 (18:14) | Sin categoría | By: admin

Ms. Gsptlsnz (/ɡɪzˈpɪtlᵻznᵻz/ giz-PIT-ləz-nəz), sometimes called Gizpy, is a fictional character who appears in DC Comics’ Superman: The Animated Series.

She appeared in Superman: The Animated Series in the 1990s as the attractive girlfriend of Mr. Mxyzptlk. Unlike her hyperactive, wild, and crazy partner she is more laid back and indifferent to mortals. As an Imp from the fifth dimension she shares the same powers as Mr. Mxyzptlk and isn’t bound by third dimensional laws. She appeared in the episodes “Mxyzpixilated” and “Little Big Head Man”.

Ms. Gsptlsnz is voiced by Sandra Bernhard (Episode “Mxyzpixilated”) and Jennifer Hale (Episode “Little Big Head Man”).

A character named Miss Gzptlsnz had previously appeared in Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen. Ms. Gzptlsnz was a female fifth-dimensional imp who had a crush on Jimmy Olsen, although Mxyzptlk referred to her as his girlfriend. The character was created by Jerry Siegel and Curt Swan, and first appeared in Jimmy Olsen #52 (April 1964). Unlike the human-appearing Ms. Gsptlsnz, Miss Gzptlsnz had similar implike proportions to Mxyzptlk. She reappeared in JLA #31 (July 1999) as the leader of a council of 5th dimensional imps passing judgement on Qwsp.

Gsptlsnz is later seen in “Countdown” when Mxyzptlk is pulled through a portal by Monarch

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, and again when Mxyzptlk escapes.

In The New 52 relaunch of Action Comics, an elderly character named Mrs. Nyxly was introduced as Clark Kent’s landlady. She is revealed to know Clark’s secret identity as Superman. After Clark’s apparent death while attempting to save a man from committing suicide, she is revealed to be a princess from the fifth dimension. Her real name is Nyxlygsptlnz, the wife of Mr. Mxyzptlk and daughter of King Brpxz

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. She is also referred to as Gspltlnz. She grants Clark a wish, and makes everyone forget that Clark Kent’s death occurred. She is also revealed to be aunt of Ferlin Nyxly, a Superman villain and museum curator from previous continuity. Another character from the fifth dimension, Vyndktvx is hunting her and Superman as revenge for Mxyzptlk stealing his reputation and his fiance. She is shot and killed after she tells Clark the story of how she came to Earth and the events that led to Vyndktvx’s evil motives.

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Erich Trunz

26 septiembre, 2016 (17:04) | Sin categoría | By: admin

Erich Trunz (* 13. Juni 1905 in Königsberg i.Pr.; † 27. April 2001 in Kiel) war ein deutscher Germanist

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Trunz war ein Sohn von August Trunz (1875–1963) Yellow Women Dresses, der damals Landwirtschaftsrat in Ostpreußen war. Nach seinem Germanistikstudium in München

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, Königsberg und vor allem Berlin war er 1933 zunächst Lektor für deutsche Sprache an der Universität von Amsterdam. 1934 wurde er Mitglied der NSDAP und NSDAP-Schulungsleiter für Nord-Holland. 1935 wurde er Hochschulassistent, 1938 Dozent an der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

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. 1940 folgte er dem Ruf der Deutschen Universität Prag auf den Lehrstuhl für Neuere Deutsche Literatur; 1942 wurde er zum „Leiter des Amts Wissenschaft“ ernannt.

Nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg wurde sein Buch Deutsche Dichtung der Gegenwart (1937) in der Sowjetischen Besatzungszone auf die Liste der auszusondernden Literatur gesetzt.

1950 wurde Trunz Gastprofessor in München. Von 1952 bis 1972 war er Fachgutachter bei der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft. 1955 erhielt er einen Lehrstuhl an der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität in Münster. Von 1957 bis 1970 lehrte er Deutsche Literaturgeschichte an der Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel.

Schwerpunkte seiner Forschungsarbeit waren die Dichtung des Barock und Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Bekannt wurde er vor allem als Herausgeber der Hamburger Ausgabe von Goethes Werken.

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Solefald

26 septiembre, 2016 (15:47) | Sin categoría | By: admin

Solefald is a Norwegian avant-garde metal/black metal band that was formed by members Lars Are “Lazare” Nedland and Cornelius Jakhelln in August 1995, with Lars singing and playing keyboard/synthesizer/piano and drums, and Cornelius singing and playing guitar and bass. The meaning of the band’s name is best explained in an interview from Century Media Records website. Lazare states “Solefald is an old Norse word for sunset. We ‘stole’ it from a painting by the Norwegian artist Theodor Kittelsen. His two paintings ‘Soleglad’ and ‘Solefald’ portrays the cycle of being, and we found it to be a very fitting idea for our band.” Cornelius also states “‘Solefald’ means literally ‘the fall of the sun’, or just ‘sunset’; the way we spell it is Danish, from the 19th century.”

Their first official rehearsal together was in 1995 with the song “When The Moon Is On The Wave.” They released their first, 5 song demo, entitled Jernlov (translated to Iron Law in English), in 1996. Jernlov was the band’s most traditional black metal release, but the band had an experimental edge, incorporating Lazare’s clean vocals and piano passages into the black metal formula. They were one of the first bands in the black metal genre to incorporate new elements into the style, including a bag pipe passage in one song.

The band was signed by the Milanese record label, Avantgarde Music, in 1996. In July 1997, the band released a follow-up to their demo. This first full-length release was called, The Linear Scaffold. The album was an expansion of the style on the demo. The album had a better recording quality, and contained 8 songs, two of which had previously been on the demo, but were now re-written and re-recorded. The band incorporated sounds and techniques that had never been heard in black metal before, using hand claps along with choruses in the song “Philosophical Revolt”, jazzy clean guitar passages, and shrieked vocals over piano pieces. The album also featured vocals in English and Norwegian. When this album was released, the band coined the term “Red Music With Black Edges” to define themselves.

In 1998 the band began to adventure out of the studio and onto their first and only tour. The band toured through Europe supporting symphonic metal band Haggard with gothic metal band Tristania. Being a two-piece band, they employed the use of John Erik Jacobsen (aka Didrik von PanzerDanzer) on second guitar, who recently toured with, then joined, Cornelius’ new band Sturmgeist. Drummer Tarald Lie and ex-Dimmu Borgir member Jens-Petter Sandvik on the bass completed Solefald’s live line-up. A press statement released in July 2012 announced Solefald’s return to the stage for 2 festival dates, first on September 15th, 2012 at the Southern Discomfort festival in Kristiansand, Norway and the second at the 2013 Inferno Festival in Oslo. Session instrumental support for both concerts will be handled by Norwegian death metal band, In Vain.

Starting in 1998 the two members started branching out into other musical endeavours, with Lazare performing the drums for the album Black Shining Leather by the Norwegian black metal band Carpathian Forest. Later, in July 1999, Cornelius did guest vocals for the gothic metal band Monumentum for the songs “Black And Violet”, a cover of the Italian band Death SS, and “The Colour of Compassion”. These recordings were released in 2004 on the Monumentum compilation album, Metastasi.

In 1999, the band released their second full-length, entitled Neonism on September 24. The album incorporated black metal, pop, classical music, punk, and progressive metal. The album also featured more vocal techniques from each member. Singing in English and French, Lazare brought back his clean vocals, but also introduced a new style, in the form of hollering. Cornelius still used his high pitched wails and shrieks and his lower grunting, but he also introduced a style of spoken word singing. The lyrics were unconventional for metal in general and black metal especially, dealing with socio-political issues and pop culture criticism. The album received mixed reviews, with some criticizing it for being too adventurous. The band even received a death threat from the USA from someone that considered the album an abomination to black metal. Others knocked it for its thin recording quality. The band stated that they used this quality because of the multi-layered song structures demanding a thinner sound to allow the many facets of the music to shine through. Another reasoning was that they wanted to use the recording style at the famed Sunlight Studios to achieve the “old school black metal” sound. The album’s recording was also plagued with problems, including a mixing board that literally started burning. The band coined the term “Radical Designer Rock ‘n’ Roll”, for this release.

Following this album, the Solefald camp grew quiet for a little while. Lazare joined progressive black metal band Borknagar as keyboard player and back-up vocalist. In 2000, Borknagar released their first release with Lazare playing with them, Quintessence.

In 2001, Solefald came together to release their third full-length. The new album, entitled Pills Against The Ageless Ills, was a concept album based on a fictitious tale written by Cornelius. Musically, Pills is more straightforward than Neonism. The album features more prominent guitar, with the keys acting as an accent and background instrument much of the time. Whereas Neonism consisted of songs that would each have a variety of styles and genres within them, Pills has a variety of different style songs, each focusing individually on a certain style. Vocally, the band had made yet another change. Maintaining Lazare’s style and getting rid of his hollering style singing, and keeping Cornelius’ lower black metal grunting, “Pills” saw the addition of a less high pitched black metal shriek from Cornelius, as well as Cornelius’ most common style of singing to date. This new vocal style is a throaty sounding form of vocals, similar to some gothic rock bands. This album, released on September 19, 2001, was Solefald’s first album released through the German record label Century Media.

The next Solefald endeavour came in 2003 with the full-length album In Harmonia Universali released March 24, 2003. The album contained 10 songs, with each song’s lyrics devoted to various artists, philosophers, and deities. The lyrics are also sung in four languages on this album, English, Norwegian, French, and German. They incorporated a Steinway grand piano, a male choir, authentic Spanish classical acoustic guitar, violin, and saxophone. The music was layered, consisting of composite riffs and leads from the guitars and hammond keyboard sections. Vocally this found Cornelius eschewing his black metal vocal approach, sticking strictly with this throaty spoken word performance. Lazare’s vocals stayed primarily the same. This was their last album released on Century Media.

In 2003 Lazare continued expanding his involvement in other bands with his inclusion as clean singer into the viking/folk/black band Ásmegin. In 2004 he joined the avant-garde metal band Age Of Silence as singer and main lyricist, which includes members such as Andy Winter from the band Winds, and Hellhammer from such bands as Arcturus, Mayhem, Winds, and many more. Age Of Silence released a new three song EP entitled Complications – Trilogy Of Intricacy on October 11, 2005 as a lead into their approaching second full-length. Lars has continued to do guest vocal work, being featured on the Winds album

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, Prominence and Demise, the Pantheon I album The Wanderer And His Shadow and the Havoc Unit album h.IV+ (Hoarse Industrial Viremia). He is also still with Borknagar, who released Universal in 2010.

In early 2005, Cornelius released the first full-length album Meister Mephisto, through Season of Mist from his solo band, Sturmgeist, an experimental black/thrash metal band with industrial overtones. Lazare contributed back-up vocals on this release

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, along with vocalist Fuchs of Weimar’s Die Apokalyptischen Reiter. Following shortly after the release of Black For Death, Cornelius and Lazare continue to release more music from other projects. Cornelius released his second and third Sturmgeist albums entitled Über and Manifesto Futurista respectively. He also recorded an experimental electronica/metal album under the band name G.U.T. entitled My Only Drug Is Madness. He is also writing the libretto for a contemporary opera telling a story from the pagan times of the North.

Later in the year 2005, the band travelled to Iceland, with funding from Tekstforfatterfondet, to write their next album. Originally planning to release one new album, the group wound up writing so much new material, they decided they would release two new albums. This two part saga is the story written by Cornelius about Bragi, a Skald in Iceland. It was announced on March 28 on Solefald’s official Myspace page that the band and Season of Mist had parted ways.

In January 2008, a Solefald remix album, entitled The Circular Drain was released through Cornelius Jakhelln’s independent label, Von Jackhelln Inhuman, signed and limited to 1,000 copies. It features remixes by Havoc Unit, James Fogarty project “The Bombs of Enduring Freedom”, Zweizz, and others. In addition to these remixes, the CD also contains the entire Jernlov demo, marking the first time it has appeared on a digital medium.

The band went on to sign with Norwegian label Indie Recordings. They released their 7th full-length, entitled Norrøn Livskunst (“The Norse art of Life”) on November 15, 2010. The album features guest vocals by Agnete Kjølsrud (ex-Animal Alpha, Djerv) who was also featured the album Abrahadabra released by Dimmu Borgir in 2010 as well. It also marks Solefald’s first guitar solo, brought in by the guest guitarist Vangelis Labrakis of the band, Mencea. The album marked the first time the band recorded an album with nearly entirely Norwegian lyrics. In a press release it was stated that “The lyrics on ‘Norrøn livskunst’ are written in a ‘høgnorsk’ style approaching the Norse — the sound ought to cut like a knife!”

Aside from music, Lazare is a newscaster for TVNorge, and Cornelius is an accomplished writer/poet, with many published writings including a tetralogy of poems entitled Quadra Natura.

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U.S. Route 12 in Washington

26 septiembre, 2016 (14:36) | Sin categoría | By: admin

U.S. Route 12 (US 12) is a major east-west U.S. Highway, running from Aberdeen, Washington, to Detroit, Michigan. It spans 430.80 miles (693.31 km) across the state of Washington, and is the only numbered highway to span the entire state from west to east, starting near the Pacific Ocean, and crossing the Idaho state line near Clarkston. It crosses the Cascade Range over White Pass, south of Mount Rainier National Park. Portions of it are concurrent with Interstate 5 (I-5) and Interstate 82 (I-82), although the majority of the route does not parallel any Interstate Highway.

Although US 12 was not extended into Washington until 1967, portions of it have been part of Washington’s state highway system since as early as 1905. The last part of the highway to open was over White Pass in 1951, although it was added to the state highway system by the legislature in 1931. Most of the route (except for the approximately 160 miles (260 km) between Elma and Naches) had been part of the U.S. Highway System since its inception in 1926 as part of U.S. Route 410. The portion between Napavine and Grand Mound was also designated a U.S. Highway in 1926 as part of U.S. Route 99.

U.S. Route 12 begins in Aberdeen on a pair of one-way streets, Heron Street eastbound and Wishkah Street westbound. At its western terminus, US 12 intersects US 101, which goes west along Heron and Wishkah, and south across Grays Harbor to the south side of Aberdeen. The eastbound and westbound lanes of US 12 merge just east of the Wishkah River, near the Grays Harbor Historic Seaport. US 12 then leaves Aberdeen to the east along the Chehalis River, where it passes through the towns of Central Park and Montesano. Between Aberdeen and Elma, US 12 is four lanes wide. The majority of the highway in Washington, however, is a rural two-lane road.

In the town of Elma, US 12 exits the highway at a diamond interchange. From there, the main highway continues east to Olympia as State Route 8 (SR 8), and US 12 heads southeast towards Oakville and Rochester. East of Oakville, US 12 runs north of the Chehalis Indian Reservation. It then continues east through the town of Rochester, and interchanges with I-5 at exit 88 in the town of Grand Mound.

US 12 continues south concurrent with I-5 through Chehalis and Centralia before exiting again at exit 68 south of Napavine. The highway then heads east along the Cowlitz River and passes through the town of Mossyrock, where it intersects SR 122. East of Mossyrock, US 12 runs just north of Mossyrock Dam and Riffe Lake. In the town of Morton, it intersects SR 7, which heads north to Tacoma. It then ascends the Cascade Range, passing south of Mount Rainier, and intersects SR 123, which serves the Stevens Canyon entrance of Mount Rainier National Park. Twelve miles (19 km) east of this intersection, US 12 crosses the Cascades over White Pass at an elevation of 4,500 feet (1

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,372 m). White Pass is the only crossing of the Cascades open year-round between I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass and SR 14 through the Columbia River Gorge.

After it descends the mountains, US 12 intersects SR 410 (formerly US 410) west of Naches, which serves Chinook Pass, Cayuse Pass, and the White River entrance of Mount Rainier National Park. East of Naches, US 12 widens once again to four lanes as it approaches the city of Yakima. There, it has an interchange with I-82 and US 97 at exit 31. US 12 then runs concurrently with I-82, bypassing the towns of Toppenish and Prosser and paralleling the Yakima River, until exit 102 near the Tri-Cities. At exit 102, it meets the western terminus of Interstate 182. US 12 and I-182 then run concurrently east over Goose Gap and through the Tri-Cites. In Pasco, I-182 ends, and US 12 intersects US 395.

US 12 then heads south to the town of Wallula, intersecting US 730, then east to Walla Walla, north to Dodge, and east to Clarkston before crossing the Idaho state line over the Snake River just outside Lewiston. US 12 through Walla Walla consists of a four-lane bypass, also known as Inland Empire Highway. The alignment of US 12 through Walla Walla County passes by a number of historical landmarks, such as Whitman Mission and Fort Walla Walla.

The Washington State Legislature created the State Highway Board in 1905 and appropriated funds to construct—but not maintain—twelve highways in sparsely settled areas of the state. Main highways in more populated areas would continue to be entirely under county control, though sometimes built with 50% state aid. Six of these highways were east-west crossings of the Cascades, including one in the corridor currently served by U.S. Route 12—State Road 5, the Cowlitz Pass State Road, climbing east from a point near Salkum via the Cowlitz River, over Cowlitz Pass, and down towards Yakima. A 1907 amendment renamed State Road 5 the Cowlitz-Natches Road, moved the Cascade crossing north to Carlton Pass, and defined the portion east of the pass to follow the Bumping River and Naches River to a point near Naches. East of the mouth of the American River, this replaced part of State Road 1 (North Yakima and Natches State Road), which had been defined in 1897 to cross the Cascades north of Chinook Pass and included in the 1905 appropriations.

Under a 1909 law, the State Highway Board surveyed a connected network of proposed state roads. Included was a westerly extension of SR 5 via Chehalis to South Bend and Aberdeen and an easterly extension to Pullman. A route from Yakima southeast and east via the Tri-Cities to Idaho was also surveyed

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, mostly as an extension of State Road 8 (Columbia River Road). The legislature added most of these routes to the state highway system in 1913, when they formed a two-tiered system of primary and secondary roads. Primary roads were completely controlled by the state, including maintenance, and received only names, while secondary roads kept their numbers and county maintenance. The National Park Highway replaced State Road 5 west of Riffe, and extended as surveyed to and beyond South Bend, and the McClellan Pass Highway replaced State Road 1 and continued via State Road 5 to Yakima. The majority of the route from Yakima via Connell to Pullman was not added at that time; it was finally taken over in 1937 as Secondary State Highways 11A and 11B. Only the route via the Tri-Cities, forming part of the Inland Empire Highway, continued from Yakima to Idaho

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. East of Pomeroy, the original survey had curved south, using State Road 16 to near the Oregon state line; this was bypassed by the 1913 designation, which instead continued directly east to Clarkston. Unlike the earlier state roads, these primary roads mostly followed existing passable county roads. The incomplete roadway between Riffe and the American River remained as part of secondary State Road 5, and the legislature designated the surveyed route from the National Park Highway near Raymond north to Aberdeen as secondary State Road 20 in 1915.

A 1923 restructuring of the system re-assigned numbers to almost all the primary state highways. State Road 5 became a primary route and was greatly expanded, taking over the entire McClellan Pass Highway and the National Park Highway east of the Pacific Highway. The former secondary State Road 5 was realigned starting from near Packwood, heading north instead of east, alongside the Ohanapecosh River to the old McClellan Pass Highway at Cayuse Pass, west of the summit of the Cascades. The new State Road 5, named the National Park Highway System, now included four roads in the vicinity of Mount Rainier National Park, but as the road across the Cascades at Chinook Pass was not yet built, these roads did not connect with each other. Also included in this numbering was the designation of the Inland Empire Highway, including Yakima to Clarkston, as State Road 3. In 1925, a spur was added to State Road 9—the Olympic Highway, looping around the Olympic Peninsula—connecting Elma to the Pacific Highway at Grand Mound, and creating a shortcut between the Cowlitz River route and Aberdeen. The Olympic Highway from Elma west to Aberdeen had been added to the state highway system in 1905 west of and 1913 east of Montesano.

As part of the U.S. Highway system laid out in 1925 and finalized in late 1926, U.S. Route 410 connected Aberdeen with Clarkston, following the Olympic Highway (State Road 9) to Olympia, the Pacific Highway (State Road 1)—concurrent with US 99—to Tacoma, the National Park Highway System (State Road 5) to Yakima, and the Inland Empire Highway (State Road 3) to Clarkston. This differed from present US 12 between Elma and Naches in that it followed the route through Olympia and Tacoma rather than along the Cowlitz River. However, despite being part of the state highway system since 1897, US 410’s crossing of the Cascades, the first between the Columbia River Gorge and Snoqualmie Pass, was not opened to traffic until 1931. A shortcut from near Packwood east across White Pass to Naches, very close to the original plan for the east half of State Road 5, was added to the state highway system in 1931 as another branch of the highway. The roadway between Packwood and Cayuse Pass, added to the state highway system on a different alignment in 1905, was finally completed in 1940, and the White Pass Highway was dedicated on August 12, 1951, opening a shortcut between southwest Washington and Yakima.

When the U.S. Highways were first established in 1926, US 12 ended in Miles City, Montana, and most of US 12’s current routing in Washington was followed by US 410. U.S. Route 12 was extended westward in stages; an extension to Lewiston, Idaho, was approved on June 19, 1962. At various times in the early 1960s, the states of Idaho, Washington, and Oregon submitted plans for further westward extension to the American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHO) to either Vancouver, Washington or Boardman

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, Oregon—or, a plan submitted in 1963 had the highway going only as far as Pasco—but all of these plans were rejected. Washington introduced a new system of sign route numbers in 1964. While US 410 was still signed as such, present US 12 became State Route 8 between US 410 at Elma and US 99/I-5 at Grand Mound and State Route 14 between US 99/I-5 at Chehalis and US 410 at Naches. The extension of US 12 to Aberdeen was finally approved on June 20, 1967, with US 12 taking over much of US 410’s former routing. However, where US 410 had crossed the Cascades at Chinook Pass, US 12 used the all-weather White Pass, replacing SR 8 and SR 14. Signs were changed in late December 1967, and the bypassed segments of US 410 became a new SR 8 between Elma and Olympia, and SR 410 between Tacoma and Naches.

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HMAS Betano (L 133)

26 septiembre, 2016 (13:26) | Sin categoría | By: admin

HMAS Betano (L 133) was a Balikpapan class heavy landing craft operated by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN).

The eight-vessel Balikpapan class was ordered as a locally manufactured replacement for the Australian Army’s LSM-1 class landing ship medium and ALC 50 landing craft. They are 44.5 metres (146 ft) long, with a beam of 10.1 metres (33 ft), and a draught of 1.9 metres (6 ft 3 in). The landing craft have a standard displacement of 316 tons, with a full load displacement of 503 tons. They are propelled by two G.M. Detroit 6-71 diesel motors, providing 675 brake horsepower to the two propeller shafts, allowing the vessels to reach 9 knots (17 km/h; 10 mph). The standard ship’s company is 13-strong. The Balikpapans are equipped with a Decca RM 916 navigational radar, and fitted with two 7.62 millimetres (0.300 in) machine guns for self-defence.

The LCHs have a maximum payload of 180 tons; equivalent to 3 Leopard 1 tanks, 13 M113 armoured personnel carriers, 23 quarter-tonne trucks, or four LARC-V amphibious cargo vehicles. As a troop transport, a Balikpapan class vessel can transport up to 400 soldiers between a larger amphibious ship and the shore

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, or embark 60 soldiers in six-berth caravans for longer voyages. The vessel’s payload affects the range: at 175 tons of cargo, each vessel has a range of 1,300 nautical miles (2,400 km; 1,500 mi), which increases to 2,280 nautical miles (4

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,220 km; 2,620 mi) with a 150-ton payload, and 3,000 nautical miles (5,600 km; 3,500 mi) when unladen. The flat, box-like keel causes the ships to roll considerably in other-than-calm conditions, limiting their ability to make long voyages.

Betano was laid down by Walkers Limited at Maryborough, Queensland on 3 October 1972, launched on 12 December 1972, and commissioned into the RAN on 8 February 1974.

In April 1974, Betano, Buna, and Brunei transited to Lord Howe Island as a demonstration of the Balikpanan class’ oceangoing capabilities.

Following the destruction of Darwin by Cyclone Tracy during the night of 24–25 December 1974, Betano was deployed as part of the relief effort; Operation Navy Help Darwin. Betano sailed from Brisbane on 26 December.

From 1985 to 1988, Betano and Brunei were assigned to the Australian Hydrographic Officer and operated as survey ships in the waters of northern Australia and Papua New Guinea.

The ship was deployed to East Timor as part of the Australian-led INTERFET peacekeeping taskforce from 19 January to 19 February 2000. Her service earned her the battle honour “East Timor 2000”.

Betano was decommissioned at Darwin on 12 December 2012. The Philippine Navy has shown interest in acquiring the ship after the Australian government donated two sisterships, HMAS Brunei and HMAS Tarakan in 2015. It was later confirmed that the Philippine Navy will acquire three more LCHs from Australia, including ex-HMAS Betano, at a token price.

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Zhang Aiping

26 septiembre, 2016 (12:16) | Sin categoría | By: admin

Zhang Aiping (kinesisk: 张爱萍, Wade-Giles: Chang Ai-ping

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; død 5. juli 2003 i Beijing) var en ledende kinesisk kommunistisk militær leder, og i en periode landets forsvarsminister.

Zhang ble medlem av Det kinesiske kommunistiske parti i 1928 etter å ha vært med på et kommunistisk ledet bondeopprør. Han var med på «den lange marsjen» og var feltkommandør i den kinesiske røde armé. I tillegg kjempet han først mot Chiang Kai-sheks Kuomintangstyrker og deretter mot Den keiserlige japanske hær under den annen sino-japanske krig.

Under annen verdenskrig kommanderte Zhang en gerijlaenhet som ble sendt ut for å berge amerikanske bomberflymannskaper som hadde krasjlandet i Kina etter å ha bombet Tokyo i april 1942 under ledelse av oberstløytnant Jimmy Doolittle.

Etter 1949 var Zhang viktig i oppbyggingen av de kinesiske militære styrker. Han kommanderte Folkets frigjøringshærs første marinestyrker og var kammandør for et armékorps under Koreakrigen. Etter hjemkomsten fra Korea innehadde han en rekke viktige militære og politiske verv. Han ble utnevnt til general i 1955.

Under kulturrevolusjonen ble Zhang anklaget for kontrarevolusjonære forbrytelser og oppsagt fra alle verv, og under kampsesjonene mot ham ble det ene benet hans brukket.

Han fikk komme tilbake til det offentlige liv i 1973 og var Kinas forsvarsminister fra 1982 til 1988. Han var nestsjef for generalstaben, visestatsminister og i en periode formann for en kommisjon som stod for moderniseringen av de væpnede styrker.

Zhang siteres på at «Det eneste som kulturrevolusjonen (lyktes i) var å gi meg en stokk».

Under demonstrasjonene på Tiananmenplassen i 1989 støttet Zhang Aiping åpent studentene og gikk imot bruk av makt mot dem. I spissen for seks andre pensjonerte generaler bønnfalt han Folkets Frigjøringshær i et brev av 21. mai om ikke å rykke frem mot studentene.

To uker etter ble militære styrker satt inn mot demonstrantene i Beijing.

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HMHS «Britannic»

26 septiembre, 2016 (10:58) | Sin categoría | By: admin

HMHS «Britannic» (bygget som RMS «Britannic») var det største skipet i Olympic-klassen og ble bygget som verdens mest luksuriøse og sikreste passasjerskip, som skulle gå i rute mellom Europa og New York. Skipet tilhørte White Star Line og var søsterskipet til RMS «Titanic» og RMS «Olympic». RMS «Britannic» var under bygging da søsterskipet «Titanic» sank på sin jomfrutur i 1912. Noen av de skjebnesvangre designsvakhetene på «Titanic» ble utbedret på «Britannic» før hun ble ferdigbygget. Skipet ble sjøsatt 26. februar 1914, og ble satt inn i tjeneste 23. desember 1915. Skipet sank den 21. november 1916 etter å ha gått på en mine eller en torpedo.

Ved begynnelsen av første verdenskrig ble skipet rekvirert av den britiske marinen for å fungere som et hospitalskip. «Britannic» seilte fem vellykkede turer mellom Storbritannia og Gallipoli-fronten for å hente sårede, britiske soldater fra felttoget i Tyrkia. På den sjette turen sank skipet etter en stor eksplosjon på vei til Tyrkia, 21. november 1916. Det har vært mange undersøkelser for å finne ut om senkningen var et resultat av en mine eller en torpedo skutt fra en tysk u-båt, uten at en konklusjon har blitt nådd.

Vraket ble funnet i 1976 på 120 meters dyp av en ekspedisjon ledet av Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

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Frankfurter Zeitung

26 septiembre, 2016 (09:50) | Sin categoría | By: admin

Die Frankfurter Zeitung wurde 1856 als „Frankfurter Geschäftsbericht“ von Leopold Sonnemann und Heinrich Bernhard Rosenthal in Frankfurt am Main gegründet und hatte zuletzt ihren Sitz in der Großen Eschenheimer Straße 81–87. Seit 1860 firmierte das Unternehmen als Frankfurter Societäts-Druckerei, in der dann von 1866 bis 1943 die „Frankfurter Zeitung“ erschien, die in Klammern auch mit „Frankfurter Handelszeitung“ und „Neue Frankfurter Zeitung“ ergänzt wurde. Ihre Redakteure sahen sich der Schaffung einer liberalen, demokratisch-sozialen Gesellschaft verpflichtet.

Gegründet als Frankfurter Geschäftsbericht änderte das Blatt noch im selben Jahr (1856) seinen Titel in Frankfurter Handelszeitung. 1859 nannte der Bankier Leopold Sonnemann das Blatt Neue Frankfurter Zeitung, nachdem er kurz zuvor einen politischen Teil hinzugefügt hatte. Pro Woche erschien die Zeitung 19-mal (dreimal pro Werktag, einmal am Sonntag) und vertrat eine Liberalisierung des Kapitalverkehrs und eine Reform des Aktienrechts, damit sich Handel und Industrie leichter finanzieren ließen. Seit dem 1. Januar 1860 hieß Sonnemanns Unternehmen Frankfurter Societäts-Druckerei.

Nach der Besetzung Frankfurts durch Preußen wurde die Zeitung von Juli 1866 an verboten. Sonnemann wich nach Stuttgart aus und belieferte seine Kunden drei Monate lang mit der Neuen Deutschen Zeitung. Am 16. November 1866 konnte das Blatt wieder als Frankfurter Zeitung und Handelsblatt erscheinen.

Nach der Reichsgründung 1871 entwickelte sich die Frankfurter Zeitung zu einem wichtigen Forum der außerparlamentarischen, liberal-bürgerlichen Opposition. Diese Haltung sollte sich auch in den Strukturen der Zeitung zeigen; so wurde die Chefredaktion abgeschafft und durch eine ständige Redaktionskonferenz ersetzt

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. Alle Redaktionsmitglieder waren gleichberechtigt, der Vorsitzende (nach dem Tod Leopold Sonnemanns bis zur nationalsozialistischen Machtergreifung sein Enkel Heinrich Simon) leitete die Sitzung, hatte jedoch keine Entscheidungsbefugnis. Der Leitartikel gab die Meinung des Redaktionsgremiums wieder und wurde deshalb nicht signiert.

Da sich die Redakteure immer wieder standhaft weigerten, Ermittlungsbehörden die Informanten brisanter Artikel zu verraten, wurden sie von 1871 bis 1879 häufig zu Zwangshaft wegen Zeugnisverweigerung verurteilt.

Von den etablierten Parteien stand die Frankfurter Zeitung der linksliberalen Süddeutschen Volkspartei am nächsten. Nach der Jahrhundertwende unterstützte das Blatt die Einigungsbestrebungen zur Überwindung der parteienpolitischen Zersplitterung im deutschen Linksliberalismus. Bereits vor 1914 und dann während des Ersten Weltkrieges trat die Frankfurter Zeitung für den Frieden in Europa ein.

Vor und während des Ersten Weltkrieges berichteten die drei Journalisten Paul Weitz (Leiter des Büros der Frankfurter Zeitung in Konstantinopel), Friedrich Schrader (seit 1891 in der Türkei tätig, Literaturkritiker und Feuilletonist) und Max Rudolf Kaufmann über die „Neue Türkei“ und die Reformbestrebungen der Jungtürken. Über den Kriegsverlauf und auch den Völkermord an den Armeniern durften die drei Korrespondenten (aufgrund von Selbstverpflichtungserklärungen der Zeitungsverleger, die infolge des „Burgfriedens“ auch von bekannten linken und liberalen Zeitungen unterzeichnet worden waren) nicht berichten, sie versuchten aber in zahlreichen internen Depeschen auf die deutschen Stellen einzuwirken. Kaufmann, der Schweizer Staatsbürger war, wurde deshalb 1912 als Mitarbeiter der lokalen halbamtlichen Zeitung „Osmanischer Lloyd“ gefeuert

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, dann später von den Türken interniert und 1916 nach Deutschland abgeschoben, Schrader wurde dann selber 1917 nach einer Intrige als stellvertretender Chefredakteur der lokalen Istanbuler Zeitung „Osmanischer Lloyd“ ebenfalls gefeuert. Paul Weitz berichtete 1918 in internen Memoranden ausführlich über die Gräuel und Massenmorde an den Armeniern Anatoliens. Alle drei standen in scharfen Gegensatz vor allem zu pangermanischen ethnischen Nationalisten wie dem damaligen Marineattaché der Botschaft Konstantinopel Hans Humann, aber auch zu „liberalen“ Apologeten des jungtürkischen Nationalismus und des Vorgehens gegen nichtmuslimische Minderheiten wie Ernst Jäckh und Friedrich Naumann.

In der Zeit der Weimarer Republik zog die Frankfurter Zeitung Anfeindungen seitens nationalistischer Kreise auf sich, da sie sich 1918 für die Annahme des Versailler Vertrages ausgesprochen hatte. Sie stand nicht mehr in Opposition zur Regierung und unterstützte die Versöhnungspolitik Gustav Stresemanns.

Sie war eines der wenigen demokratischen Blätter dieser Zeit. Berühmt war sie vor allem für ihr Feuilleton

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, in dem fast alle Geistesgrößen der Weimarer Republik Texte publizierten.

Die wirtschaftliche Lage wurde für das Blatt jedoch deutlich schlechter. Die FZ musste Anfang der 30er Jahre von Carl Bosch, Vorstandsvorsitzendem der I.G. Farben, heimlich über die Imprimatur GmbH mit erheblichen Geldmitteln unterstützt werden, um der Zahlungsunfähigkeit zu entgehen.

Nach der Machtübernahme der Nationalsozialisten 1933 mussten zahlreiche jüdische Mitarbeiter die Frankfurter Zeitung verlassen, darunter so berühmte wie Siegfried Kracauer und Walter Benjamin

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. Betroffen war auch der jüdische Herausgeber Heinrich Simon, der aufgrund des Schriftleitergesetzes den Besitz zugunsten der Imprimatur GmbH aufgeben musste. Die Zeitung wurde von Propagandaminister Joseph Goebbels zunächst protegiert, da sie ihm für Propaganda im Ausland nützlich war, indem sie mit ihren zum Teil kritischen Artikeln für eine angebliche Freiheit in Deutschland stehen sollte.

Am 17. Juni 1934 druckte das Blatt in seiner Abendausgabe als einziges Medium in Deutschland die am selben Tag gehaltene Marburger Rede von Vizekanzler Franz von Papen ab, die im Ausland Aufsehen erregt hatte und deren Text der Redaktion vorher zugespielt worden war. Die Ausgabe wurde beschlagnahmt, die Veröffentlichung der Rede verboten.

In dieser Zeit musste sich die Zeitung der Waffe des leise ausgesprochenen Widerstandes bedienen, um die Gleichschaltung der Presse zu überleben. Doch auch der in dieser Zeit für die Zeitung tätige liberale Journalist und Schriftsteller Herbert Kranz (1891–1973) musste noch vor dem Verbot die Feder weglegen. Im Mai 1943 wurde die Herausgabe der Frankfurter Zeitung jedoch von Adolf Hitler wegen eines Artikels vom 23. März 1943 über Dietrich Eckart verboten, und der Autor Herbert Küsel entging einer Gefängnisstrafe nur durch Antritt des Wehrdienstes. Die letzte Ausgabe erschien am 31. August 1943.

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Nach Kriegsende sammelten sich in Freiburg im Breisgau ehemalige Redakteure der Frankfurter Zeitung, mit dem Ziel, zusammen mit dem früheren Verlagsleiter Wendelin Hecht das traditionsreiche Blatt wiederzubegründen. Die Besatzungsmächte hatten jedoch die Wiederherausgabe von Zeitungen untersagt, die während der NS-Zeit erschienen waren, sodass dieser Plan verschoben werden musste. Hecht versuchte zudem eine Neugründung in seiner ebenfalls zur französischen Besatzungszone gehörenden oberschwäbischen Heimat (vgl. Schwäbische Zeitung). Schließlich gründeten die Redakteure am 24. Dezember 1945 die Zeitschrift Die Gegenwart mit französischer Lizenz. Die Zeitschrift erschien später bei der Frankfurter Societät, die die Rechte an der Frankfurter Zeitung hielt.

Am 29. November 1946 gründete das ehemalige Redaktionsmitglied Erich Dombrowski mit französischer Lizenz in Mainz die Allgemeine Zeitung, die mit einer überregionalen Ausgabe die Nachfolge der Frankfurter Zeitung antreten sollte. Deutsche Emigranten sorgten in Paris für eine entsprechende Lizenz, die den Vertrieb in der gesamten französischen Zone gestattete. Diese Hauptausgabe trug den Titel Allgemeine Zeitung mit Wirtschaftsblatt.

Sichtbares Zeichen für die Wiederaufnahme der FZ-Tradition war der Titel in Fraktur-Schrift. Zu den Redakteuren zählte auch der ehemalige stellvertretende Chefredakteur der Frankfurter Zeitung, Erich Welter.

Am 23. September 1949 wurden mit Generallizenz Nr. 3 alle alliierten Beschränkungen für die Presse aufgehoben. Am 31. Oktober 1949 teilte die Allgemeine Zeitung mit Wirtschaftsblatt ihren Lesern mit, dass sie mitsamt ihrer Redaktion in der neu gegründeten Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung aufgehen werde. Die Allgemeine Zeitung (Mainz) besteht als Regionalzeitung bis heute weiter.

Am 1. November 1949 erschien die erste Probenummer der Zeitung für Deutschland. Nachdem Die Gegenwart im Dezember 1958 eingestellt worden war, erhielt die FAZ 1959 das Recht, den alten Titel Frankfurter Zeitung im Impressum zu führen.

Die Redaktion der Zeitung war ab 1863 in gemieteten Räume in der Großen Eschenheimer Straße 31 untergebracht. 1871 erwarb Sonnemann das Haus Große Eschenheimer Straße 37 für 52000 Gulden und die Redaktion wurde dorthin verlegt. Zur Liegenschaft gehörtete ein zur jetzigen Schillerstraße gelegener Garten mit Nebengebäuden. 1888 wurde das Haus erweitert. Da der Platzbedarf weiter zunahm, wurde das Nachbarhaus Nummer 35 erworben und ab 1895 ebenfalls für die Redaktion genutzt. 1908 wurde auch noch das Grundstück Nummer 33 erworben und das Redaktionsgebäuder erneut erweitert. Architekt war Franz von Hoven. Hinzu waren noch die rückwärtig liegenden drei Häuser in der Schillerstraße und drei Nebengebäude. Diese waren auf der Rückseite über drei Höfe miteinander verbunden. Das gesamte Areal umfasste eine Grundfläche von 2890 m² von dem 2150 auf die Gebäude und 740 m² auf die Höfe entfiel. Das Anwesen lag gegenüber dem Palais Thurn und Taxis.

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Shotgun (Christina Aguilera song)

26 septiembre, 2016 (08:38) | Sin categoría | By: admin

Shotgun” is a song recorded by American singer Christina Aguilera

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. It was featured on episode “The Storm Has Just Begun” of the third season of Nashville. The song was released on April 21, 2015 as a promotional single for Nashville.

Aguilera sung the song at the 50th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards

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, accompanied by Rascal Flatts. Their performance segued into “Riot,” from the country trio’s Rewind album.

Aguilera recorded this for the ABC drama Nashville in which the singer played Jade St. John, the ex-fiancee of former record label boss Jeff Fordham, over three episodes. Aguilera also recorded the song “The Real Thing” for the series.

Speaking to ABC News, Aguilera described her character:

“Jade St. John is a pop star, but her first love is in country and she really wants to make a country album. And as she’s passing by town with her tour, she really takes the opportunity to sort of experience Nashville and make some contacts for herself. But really she’s just a huge fan of country and she just wants to dive right in.”

“Shotgun” received mostly positive reviews from music critics. Ashley Cooke of Roughstock also gave the song three stars out of five. Cooke wrote: “This time we are faced with a ballad style mostly country, no other contamination; the song is very soft, the basic, stripped of elements, is characterized by the guitar that accompanies the entry of Christina, in this passage used with a low register and a vibe very sweet and emotional. Banished the usual cries that are a trademark of the Aguilera factory but that, perhaps, they are not so useful to give to the songs that something extra (just think of Say Something)”.

“Shotgun” debuted at number 28 on the US Hot Country Songs, becoming Aguilera’s first entry on the chart. It also debuted at number 14 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100, and it managed to sell 30,000 copies before it was taken down from iTunes that week.

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Brazilian heraldry

26 septiembre, 2016 (07:29) | Sin categoría | By: admin

The Brazilian heraldry was established in 1822, when Brazil became independent as an Empire, under the reign of the House of Braganza. Being formerly a part of the Portuguese Empire and being reigned by the same Royal House that reigned in Portugal, Brazilian heraldry followed the tradition of the Portuguese heraldry.

The family heraldry refers to the coat of arms used by the Brazilian nobility. This included Brazilians that were members of Portuguese noble lineages and Brazilian citizens ennobled during the period of the Brazilian Monarchy (1822-1889). In most cases, the concession of new arms was associated to the concession of titles. As most of the Brazilian coat of arms bearers had Portuguese ancestors and surnames, their arms were usually taken from the arms of the corresponding Portuguese lineages.

The civic heraldry refers to the coat of arms bear by Brazil, by its states and by its municipalities.

There are no official standards regulating the civic heraldry of Brazil. However, the general standards to govern the Portuguese municipal heraldry – established in 1930 – have been followed in most of the modern coat of arms created for the Brazilian municipalities. Some older municipal coat of arms were also corrected to conform with those standards

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. So, in general, the Brazilian municipal coat of arms are displayed in a round bottom shield (Portuguese shield) and are topped by a mural crown, with a scroll under the shield usually including the name of the municipality. As all Brazilian seats of municipalities have the status of “city” (in comparison with Portugal

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, where most still have only the status of “town”), only mural crowns with five apparent towers are generally used. Golden mural crowns are attributed to state capitals, while silver crowns are attributed to the other cities. By the other side, the restrictions that apply to Portuguese municipal coat of arms regarding the inclusion of the Arms of Portugal and the division of the field in several partitions are generally ignored in Brazil. Also, many of the Brazilian municipal coat of arms include a motto in the scroll under the shield, what is rare in Portugal although allowed. Besides this, a number of Brazilian municipal coat of arms include supporters, whose application is not foreseen in the Portuguese municipal heraldry standards.

The majority of the coat of arms of the Brazilian states were adopted in the late 19th century and do not follow heraldic standards. The same happens with the modern coat of arms of Brazil, adopted after the implementation of the republic in 1889.

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves, with the armillary sphere representing Brazil Green Runner Waist Pack.

Coat of arms of the Imperial Prince of Brazil

Modern coat of arms of the Federal Republic of Brazil

Coat of arms of the duke of Caxias

Coat of arms of the marquis of Erval

Coat of arms of the count of Porto Alegre

Coat of arms of the municipality of São Paulo

Coat of arms of the municipality of Rio de Janeiro

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