in exile in Europe

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  • He spent the last two years of his life in exile in Europe, living alone on very little money.
  • For the next seven years, they lived in exile in Europe, South America and Mexico.
  • He had spent his youth in exile in Europe, where he prepared himself for his subsequent career as a journalist and a university professor. Cited from Hispanic Nations of the New World, Wm. R. Shepherd
  • He spent the rest of his life in exile in Europe, acting as a spy for Robert Cecil.
  • Subsequently, on his release in 1973, Ehrlich spent many years in exile in Europe.
  • After the death of Mohammad Ali Shah she kept the family together in exile in Europe.
  • Kenyatta entered politics in the mid-1920s and then spent 17 years in exile in Europe.
  • He remained in exile in Europe until 1894.
  • Fearing political persecution, Ghali spent his adult years impoverished, living in exile in Europe.
  • It was founded by young Syrians living in exile in Europe, but also features writing from a dozen activists inside Syria.
  • Burr shared her letters with Jeremy Bentham while in exile in Europe after his acquittal.
  • It was founded by young Syrians living inside Syria and in exile in Europe, features writing from a dozen activists around the globe.
  • In exile in Europe from 1575, Fitzmaurice tried to get backing for a new rebellion.
  • The letter is best known for its claim that Edward II was not murdered in 1327 but escaped and spent the remainder of his life in exile in Europe.
  • Fakhr al-Din temporarily abdicated in favour of his brother Yunus and his son Ali, and spent the next five years in exile in Europe.
  • Plekhanov was a prominent Russian Marxist theoretician and journalist who lived in exile in Europe from the early 1880s until 1917.
  • Bose had been in exile in Europe following his arrest and detention by the colonial government for his association with the revolutionary group, the Bengal Volunteers and his suspected role in several acts of violence.
  • The Committee to Protect Journalists and Amnesty International eventually helped Daniel to go in exile in Europe, because it was too dangerous for her to return to Nigeria.
  • Hence, the Seychelles Communities in exile in Europe, the USA, South Africa, Australia, Canada had to be more imaginative and competitive.
  • The French reacted and soon intervened to overthrow Boksasa and install David Dacko as president, who was then in exile in Europe.
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