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18 January 1945

18 January 1945

18 January 1945January 1945 >February Eastern FrontIV SS Panzer Corps attacks in Hungary, reaching the Danube south of Budapest2nd Ukrainian Front takes Pest.

Medallion Pamplona Casket

Medallion Pamplona Casket

Medallion of the Pamplona casket that shows a scene with an orchestra (11th century CE). Museo de Navarra, Pamplona (Spain).

Charles X distributing rewards to artists at the end of the Salon of 1824

Charles X distributing rewards to artists at the end of the Salon of 1824

Home ›Studies› Charles X distributing rewards to artists at the end of the Salon of 1824Close Title: Charles X distributing rewards to artists at the end of the Salon of 1824 Author: HEIM François Joseph (1787 - 1865) Creation date: 1825 Date represented : 1824 Dimensions: Height 173 - Width 256 Technique and other indications: Oil on canvas Commissioned in 1825 Place of Conservation: Louvre museum (Paris) website Contact copyright: © Photo RMN-Grand Palais - G.

Advertising codes for alcohol and tobacco in the 1930s

Advertising codes for alcohol and tobacco in the 1930s

Home ›Studies› The advertising codes of alcohol and tobacco in the 1930sSt-Raphaël Quinquina.SOLON Albert (1897 - 1973) Cigarette weekend with an English taste.SEPO Severo Pozzati, dit (1895 - 1983) CloseTitle: St-Raphaël Quinquina.Author: SOLON Albert (1897 - 1973) Creation date: 1936Date represented: Dimensions: Height 160 - Width 235.5 Technique and other information: Color lithograph on paper Place of Conservation: Museum of advertising website Contact copyright: © Les Arts décoratifs - Musée de la Publicité, Paris - Photo Laurent Sully Jaulmes - All rights reserved Image reference: inv.

Philosopher - History

Philosopher - History

PhilosophersGreece was famed for it philosophers, the most renowned being Socrates, Plato (Socrates& 39; student, who established the Athenian school called The Academy), and Aristotle, who studied at The Academy.Socrates developed the & 34;Socratic method,& 34; a means of teaching that uses the question and answer method to lead a student to the correct answers.

John Suttleworth

John Suttleworth

John Shuttleworth, who was born in Strangeways in 1786, was a successful Manchester wholesale cotton manufacturer. John Shuttleworth was a supporter of parliamentary reform and was a member of a group of liberals that used to meet in the home of John Potter. Others in the group included John Edward Taylor, Archibald Prentice, Absalom Watkin, Joseph Brotherton, William Cowdray, Thomas Potter and Richard Potter. The group was strongly influenced by the ideas of Jeremy Bentham and Joseph Priestley and objected to a system that denied such important industrial cities such as Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham, representation in the House of Commons.