Friday, May 18, 2007

  • VENIZELOS Elefterios (1864-1936), the prime minister of Greece in 1910-15, 1917-20, 1924, 1928-32, 1933. Has involved country in anti-soviet intervention (1919), in greko-turkish war 1919-22. The opponent of restoral of a monarchy in Greece. With 1935 in emigration.
  • BROOMS Valentine Andreevich (1912-88), the Russian electrical engineer, Dr.Sci.Tech. (1952). Transactionses on simulation of potent power systems, lines of ultralong power transmissions, probe of transient phenomenons and resistance of electrical power systems, development of methods of their automatic regulation and steering. The lenin premium (1958). The state premium of the USSR (1981).
  • VENKATARAMAN Krishnasami (1901-81), indian chemists - organics, foreign member AN the USSR (1976). The main transactionses on chemistry and technologies of synthetic dyes.
  • VENKATARAMAN Ramasvami (r. 1910), the president of India in 1987-92. The active participant of national-liberation extirpation and the party leader the Indian national congress [with 1977 - INK (È)]. In 1984-87 vice-president.
  • VENN (Venn) John (1834-1923), English logik, has developed the actuarial apparatus of diagrams, actually equivalent to logic of classes. Transactionses in range of probabilistic and inductive logic.
  • VENO, for ancient slavs: 1) the repayment for the bride; 2) the dowry of the wife.
  • VENOZHINSKIS JUstinas (1886-1960), the Lithuanian painter. Landscapes noted by the thin picturesqueness and portraits ("A.Venuolis-Zhukauskas", 1954).
  • VENSEN (Vincennes), city in France, southeast suburb of Paris. 95 thousand inhabitants (1982). A machine industry, a chemical industry. To the south from Vensena - the former royal clasp and park - Vensensky a wood.
  • The AUSTRIAN STATE OPERA, the centre of the musical crop of Austria. It is based in 2-nd floor. 18 century as court opera, about 1918 modern title. The largest singers and conductors of Austria, etc. countries act.
  • The AUSTRIAN CLASSICAL SCHOOL, direction in the musical art, usual in 2-nd floor. 18 - nach. 19 centuries. Representatives - J.Haydn, V.A.Mozart, L.Beethoven. Having extended a previous experience of the musical creativity, they have created genres of the classical concordance, chamber band, a sonata and a concert, founded on the form of a sonatno-symphonic cycle and sonatnoj to the form. Their maximum achievements in tool, and also in other genres (operas, masses,) have rendered oratorios the strong influence on consequent development of music and compound one of tops of world art.
  • The AUSTRIAN CONVENTION 1961 about the diplomatic relations, the international convention; regulates the order of establishment and the arrest of the diplomatic relations, establishments of diplomatic representations and their functions, establishes diplomatic classes, the order of accreditation of the chapter of diplomatic representation and his staff, volume of diplomatic immunities and privileges, etc.
  • The AUSTRIAN CONVENTION 1963 about a civil liability for damage, the international convention; provides the responsibility for the damage caused by nuclear facilities as sources of heightened danger, irrespective of availability or absence of guilt.
  • The AUSTRIAN CONVENTION 1963 about consular intercourses, codifies the norms of international law regulating consular attitudes.
  • The AUSTRIAN CONVENTION 1969 about the right of international treaties, the international convention; regulates the order of the conclusion and coming into force, application, explanation, the arrest and stay of action of international treaties, etc.
  • The AUSTRIAN OPERATION, 16.3-15.4.1945, during Great Domestic war. The Soviet troops of 2-nd and 3-rd Ukrainian of fronts (Marshals of Soviet Union R.J.Malinovsky and F.I.Tolbuhin) have routed a german army group "South" (the general of an infantry O.Veler) and have released Vienna (on April, 13).
  • The AUSTRIAN ARBITRATION of 1938 and 1940 governments of Germany and Italy about drive of Hungary: on 1-ìó to the Austrian arbitration - austral areas of Slovakia and Zakarpatye Ukraine from Czechoslovakia (November 1938); on 2-ìó to the Austrian arbitration - the Sowing. Transylvania from Romania (August 1940). Are liquidated as a result of rout of fascist aggressors in 2-nd world war.
  • AUSTRIAN INTERNATSIONAL, see " Internatsional 2 1/2-® ".
  • The AUSTRIAN WOOD (Wienerwald), spur of a mountain Vost. The Alpes, bliz Vienna. An altitude up to 890 m (. SHenfl). Oak and beech forests. Vacation spot.
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