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Synonyms for fatherland



Synonyms for fatherland

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It changed everything in a great way, although it left me feeling a little disorientated to begin with, because I wasn't sure what it was about Fatherland that people liked so much."
The co-chairs of the Conference, member of the History of the Fatherland Foundation Board, State Hermitage General Director, and Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences Mikhail Piotrovsky and Far Eastern Federal University Rector Nikita Anisimov, will take part in the plenary session.
"'Fatherland' is a particular iteration of the term 'Al watan' in Arabic, which could also be translated to 'motherland,' 'country' and so on.
The retirees want to be seen as being treated well, because these are people who rendered selfless and meritorious services to their fatherland,' the don said.
"We have drawn attention to the fact that on the eve of Fatherland's Day on the Bulgarian Internet, there were once again circulated anti-Russian publications on the alleged conquering and even robbery actions of the Soviet Army during the Great Patriotic War against Bulgaria.
The Russian Fatherland Day has been celebrated since 1922.
The creative component is an integral part of the events of the year "Turkmenistan - the fatherland of prosperity."
An October 2015 international conference in Brussels marking the centenary of World War I, focused on the notion of fatherland during and after the war as a pivot for examining how the war changed nationalism, ethnic identities, and nations themselves.
For the called-off meeting, the North said it would send five delegates led by Ri Son-kwon, chairman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland, a counterpart organization of the South's Ministry of Unification.
He was addressing an official reception held this week to mark the occasion of "Defender of the Fatherland Day in Kazakhstan.
as he releases his latest novel munich, robert harris the bestselling author of fatherland, talks about war and writer's block with HANNAH STEPHENSON WHEN bestselling novelist Robert Harris found himself in a German apartment where Hitler, Mussolini, French premier Edouard Daladier and British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain signed the Munich agreement in 1938, in an effort to keep peace prior to World War II, he felt the hairs stand up on the back of his neck.
Army commanders and common people visit the graves of the to pay homage to the martyred soldiers who sacrificed their lives defending their fatherland.
bristolballoonfiesta.co.uk Fatherland, Manchester Royal Exchange (July 1 -22) Underworld's Karl Hyde and playwright Simon Stephens are among the team behind this bold show about contemporary fatherhood.
The 11th Annual National Indie Excellence[R] Awards recognized "Surviving the Fatherland: A True Coming-of-age Love Story Set in WWII Germany" by Annette Oppenlander in the category of "Faction" as a winner in this year's competition.