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Banat

( bä'nät ), region extending across W Romania, NE Serbia, and S Hungary. The term banat originally referred to any of several frontier provinces of

Battle of Britain

World War II air battle between German and British air forces over Britain from 10 July to 31 October 1940. The height of the battle occurred 30–31

Battle of the Bulge

Date December 16, 1944–January 16, 1945 Location Ardennes Forest region of northeastern France and southern Belgium Opponents (*winner) *United States

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Bauhaus

The Bauhaus in Germany (1919-1933) was one of the most influential art and design schools of the twentieth century. Founded just after the end of

Open Berlin airlift
Berlin airlift

Following the defeat of Germany, Berlin was administered jointly by Britain, the USA, France, and the USSR. In June 1948 the USSR withdrew from the

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Berlin blockade

The Berlin Blockade was the first serious crisis of the Cold War, precipitated by the Soviet Union's attempt to cut off access to West Berlin, which

Berlin (Germany)

Industrial city, administrative region (German Land ) and capital of Germany, lying on the River Spree; population (2003 est) 3,274,500, urban

Open Berlin Wall, Berlin, Germany, 1961-1989
Berlin Wall, Berlin, Germany, 1961-1989

The Berlin Wall was erected in 1961 to prevent the exodus of escapees from East Germany (German Democratic Republic, GDR) into West Germany (Federal

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Bernanos, Georges, 1888-1948

( zhôrzh bĕrnänōs' ), 1888–1948, French novelist and polemicist. Profoundly Catholic, Bernanos attacked modern materialism and advocated a moral and

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Biedermeier

( bē'dӘrmīӘr ), name applied, at first in a joking spirit, to a period of European culture and a style of furniture, decoration, and art originating