George Plekhanov George Plekhanov was born in Gudalovka, Russia, on 26th November 1857. As a young man Plekhanov joined 'Land and Liberty' and he was the party's main speaker at the famous Kazan Square rally in St Petersburg on 6th December 1876. In October 1879, 'Land and Liberty' split into two factions.
Niagara University (NU) is a Roman Catholic institution based in Lewiston, New York. The location of its 160-acre campus, near the American and Canadian cities of Buffalo and Toronto, creates an international milieu. It is governed by a 30-member board of trustees, including Vincentian priests.Niagara is renowned as a liberal arts school, with other programs as well.
PeruPeru& 39;s urban and coastal communities have benefited much more from recent economic growth than rural, Afro-Peruvian, indigenous, and poor populations of the Amazon and mountain regions. The poverty rate has dropped substantially during the last decade but remains stubbornly high at about 30 (more than 55 in rural areas).
The Blitz is the title given to the German bombing campaign on British cities during World War Two. However, the term 'Blitz' is more commonly used for the bombing campaign against London. After the failure of the Battle of Britain, the Germans attempted to bomb London into submission - a tactic used again with the V weapons campaign in 1944-45.
Russ Mitchell recaps the major historical events that occurred on September 5 in this video clip from This Day In History. The nation& 39;s first Labor Day Parade was held in New York City on September 5, and the novel On the Road was published. Lynette & 34;Squeaky& 34; Fromme pointed a gun at president Gerald Ford, and was later sentenced to life in prison.