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  • Australia on the Map has already been engaged in preparations for commemorations in coming years.
  • He has been a guest speaker at other national Holocaust commemorations in several European countries.
  • The four essays in this volume were written for celebrations or commemorations in which several persons took part. Cited from Four American Leaders, by Charles William Eliot
  • It is a focus of Anzac Day commemorations in the city.
  • He was responsible for institutionalizing Holocaust commemorations in the nation's capital, at state houses and cities across the country, and at military installations worldwide.
  • The funerary train took a tour around the country, with hundreds of thousands of people participating at the commemorations in many cities, holding holy services of the two at several cathedrals.
  • The first award that was instituted was the Independence Medal, which was awarded to those who were involved in the Zimbabwean independence commemorations in some way.
  • An important part of these events are the commemorations in Whitehall, Windsor and Westminster Abbey.
  • As one of the most senior surviving veterans of the Rising, he played a prominent role in the 50th anniversary commemorations in 1966.
  • The Zimbabwean Independence Medal, 1980 was instituted for award to those who were involved in the Zimbabwean independence commemorations in some way.
  • On the anniversary of the death of martyrs, there were such commemorations in all the churches; and that their spirits were believed to be present is evident from the fact that numerous petitions were addressed to them. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 9, No. 55, May, 1862, by Various
  • Abundius also has separate commemorations in Augsburg and Orvieto.
  • On 15 May two Palestinian teenagers were shot dead during the Nakba commemorations in the Beitunia killings.
  • The revenues of the Airborne March are used to enable veterans and next of kin with poor means, to come over to The Netherlands and attend the annual Airborne-commemorations in and around Arnhem.
  • The active collection and publication of information regarding the Volyn Tragedy began in the summer of 2002 after it became known that Kresy organizations (made up of AK veterans and various Associations) were planning to hold commemorations in memory of only the Polish victims of the conflict.
  • A significant aspect of firewalking in the context of Moharram commemorations in Andhra Pradesh is the participation of Hindus in the ceremonies.
  • Returning to England, he was assistant director at the George Frideric Handel commemorations in Westminster Abbey and the Pantheon in 1784, and composed a number of anthems for royal usage.
  • The park is the focus of the annual Peacekeeper Day commemorations in Calgary, recognized nationally on August 9, the anniversary of an air crash in 1974 that killed nine Canadian peacekeepers of the UNEF mission.
  • Finally, the Australia on the Map Division has begun preliminary planning, in conjunction with other stakeholders to develop commemorations in 2016 to mark the first European contact with the west coast of Australia by visit of Dirk Hartog in the Eendracht in 1616.
  • At Easter Rising commemorations in April 2009, opponents of the scheme contended that it would involve major alterations to numbers 14-17 and pledged to challenge it at forthcoming public hearings.
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