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Kronstadt

n
1. (Placename) a port in NW Russia, on Kotlin island in the Gulf of Finland: naval base. Pop: 42 800 (2006 est)
2. (Placename) the German name for Braşov
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The naval officer took the initiative in calling upon me, and his frankness was such that he told me all about his father, his mother, his sister (who is married to a lawyer of Tula), and the town of Kronstadt.
Johann Martin Honigberger, the surgeon from Kronstadt, Romania, worked and mixed gunpowder for the Lahore Darbar.
The CEO of Russia's tech firm Kronstadt Group, Armen Isaakyan, also said last year Moscow was working to develop AI technologies to be applied to unmanned aerial vehicles that could one day form "swarms of drones.
In the past they used to take fuel oil to the offshore storage at Kronstadt, off St.
Ironically, perhaps, their fate was sealed not by any move of their own but by a mutiny of the sailors on the naval base of Kronstadt in the Gulf of Finland just outside of Petrograd.
He has also attaches five appendices: the speech given by socialist-revolutionary leader, Victor Chernov, to the mass meeting in Moscow in honour of the British Labour delegation of 1920; a letter from the Russian Social-Democratic Worker's Party central committee to members of the same delegation; menshevik leaflets and appeals from the time of the Kronstadt revolt, February-March 1921; Cheka documents on Dan's case; a hostile soviet review of Dan's book, the only inkling the soviet reader had of the book 's existence and of its contents.
Kronstadt fue el final de las resistencias de izquierdas al regimen bolchevique.
Thus we get: the history of Nestor Makhno, Durruti and the Commune of Paris by Spain Rodriguez; the revolt of Kronstadt, and that of the Alsatian 'rustauds' by Fremion and Volny; the history of the Wobblies by Steve Stiles; a portrait of Benjamin Peret as a militant by Melinda Gebbie and Adam Cornford.
Jessica Kronstadt, MPP [1]; Michael Meit, MPH [2]; Alexa Siegfried, MPH [2]; Teddi Nicolaus [1]; Kaye Bender, PhD [1]; Liza Corso, MPA [3]
o su responsabilidad en la brutal represion de Kronstadt, como lo denuncia Volin en su libro La revolucion desconocida.
The amount is large," Ken Kronstadt, an attorney at Kelley Drye & Warren, told InsideCounsel.
There's a lot more risk out there -- where there didn't used to be," Kronstadt said.