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List Of Lesotho–South Africa Border Crossings - History
... At that time Basotho territory included much of what is now the Free State province of South Africa ... and 1860s in a series of wars between the Basotho and the Boers of the Orange Free State ... The border between Basutoland and the Orange Free State was defined in the 1869 Convention of Aliwal North ...
Strand Barracks - Irish Garrison
... the complex was handed over to troops of the Irish Free State on March 1, 1922 ... Due to escalating tensions between Free State and Republican troops, the barracks were handed over to Republican forces on March 5, as part of a truce agreement agreed between Liam Lynch, Commandant of the Republican ... At the height of the Irish Civil War, the barracks was besieged by Free State troops under the command of Commandant General Michael Brennan between the July 15–20, 1922 ...
List Of Stadiums In South Africa
40,929 Nelspruit Mpumalanga 2010 FIFA World Cup 13 Free State Stadium 40,911 Bloemfontein Free State Bloemfontein Celtic, Central Cheetahs, Free State Cheetahs ...
Store Bededag - Buß- Und Bettag in Germany - As A Statutory Non-working Holiday
... were in some Provinces of Prussia and the component German states of the Empire (1871-1918) 47 different such feast days, celebrated at 24 different dates ... Later Protestant church bodies in other German states followed, and in 1934 it was fixed nationwide for the date now usual ... being again a statutory holiday in most states of Germany in all four sectors of Berlin and all four Occupation zones (except of the Free State of Bavaria in the American zone) ...
Free State - Other Uses
... Lawrence Free State High School, a fully accredited public high school located in Lawrence, Kansas ...

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    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

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