Steglitz-Zehlendorf is the sixth borough of Berlin, formed in Berlin's 2001 administrative reform by merging the former boroughs of Steglitz and Zehlendorf. As of 2010, the borough had a population of 294,000, of whom about 70,000 were of non-German ethnicity/origin. Hence, the percentage of migrants is a bit lower than Berlin's overall average, at 30%; the Steglitz-Zehlendorf borough consists of seven localities: Steglitz Lichterfelde Lankwitz Zehlendorf Dahlem Nikolassee Wannsee At the 2016 elections for the Borough Assembly the following parties were elected: CDU 17 SPD 13 Alliance'90/The Greens 11 Alternative for Germany 6 Free Democratic Party 5 The Left 3 2001–2006: Herbert Weber 2006–2016: Norbert Kopp since 2016: Cerstin Richter-Kotowski The Bierpinsel, a 1970s style restaurant tower in Steglitz The Botanical Garden in Dahlem Glienicke Palace Glienicke Hunting Lodge The Philological Library at the Free University of Berlin in Dahlem, by Norman Foster Prussian Privy State Archives in Dahlem The Wannsee: lake and lido Liebermann Villa, former residence of the painter Max Liebermann, today a museum for his art at the Wannsee Pfaueninsel, with the same named castle in the Wannsee Berlin Mexikoplatz station, Art Nouveau railway station in Zehlendorf The Lichterfelde West Villenkolonie – exclusive residential area of 1860 with tree lined and cobbled streets German Archaeological Institute American Academy Centre for Modern Oriental Studies The Japanische Internationale Schule zu Berlin, a Japanese international school, is in the Wannsee community in Steglitz-Zehlendorf.
Charité – Campus Benjamin Franklin Freie Universität Berlin in Dahlem Steglitz-Zehlendorf maintains official partnerships with 21 towns, of which 10 are located within Germany and 11 in other countries. These are: Berlin Steglitz-Zehlendorf Official homepage Official homepage of Berlin
Wolvesbayne is a horror film, directed by Griff Furst and starring Jeremy London as a newly-mutated werewolf working with vampire hunters to stop a vampire cult with plans to resurrect Lilith, the mother of all vampires. It co-stars Yancy Butler, Christy Carlson Romano, Marc Dacascos. Wolvesbayne premiered on Syfy's 31 Nights of Halloween in 2009. Following an attack, ruthless businessman Russel Bayne shapeshifts into a werewolf and seeks help from Alex Layton, an occult shop owner. Together, they learn that vampires under the leadership of Von Griem seek to resurrect their queen, Lilith, in order to unite the warring factions. Bayne allies with a vampire hunter, Jacob Van Helsing, they battle Lilith and her vampire servants. Jeremy London as Russell Bayne Christy Carlson Romano as Alex Layton Mark Dacascos as Von Griem Yancy Butler as Lilith Rhett Giles as Jacob Van Helsing Stephanie Honoré as Zafira Billy Slaughter as Felix Ex-members of The Asylum produced the film under the banner of Bullet Films.
It was announced and began production in 2008. Wolvesbayne was first broadcast on Syfy on October 18, 2009, it was released on video January 4, 2011. Scott Foy of Dread Central rated it 2.5/5 stars and wrote the film is "not half bad" but lacks focus on the promised werewolf action. Wolvesbayne on IMDb
Jean-Baptiste Nouvion was a French prefect and a colonial administrator in Algeria. He made the success of the French aperitif Sirop de Picon, he started his career as chief of staff of the Civil governor of Algeria, Gustave Mercier Lacombe from 1859 to 1861. After several positions as sub prefect in Saint Nazaire and Philippeville, he became the prefect of Oran in Algeria from 1873 until 1879. In 1862 the French government invited industry to take part in the Universal Exhibition in London. Jean-Baptiste Nouvion, the sub-prefect of Philippeville, urged Gaëtan Picon to bring his aperitif Sirop de Picon to the exhibition. But, failing to convince the manufacturer to take part, the sub-prefect stubbornly took it upon himself to ship a case of African Amer to London; the product ended up crowned with a bronze medal in the bitter aperitif category adding to Gaëtan Picon's eventual fortune. A city near Oran was named Nouvion as a recognition of his work. After the Independence of Algeria, the name of the city was changed to El Ghomri.
The 71st Airmobile Brigade "Pontus" is an airmobile infantry brigade of the Hellenic Army. The brigade was established after the reorganization of the 71st Infantry Brigade to an air assault formation. Members of the Brigade wear the red beret, it is a part of the NATO Response Force and of the HELBROC BG. The 71st Infantry Regiment was established in Drama on 28 October 1940 and took part in World War II along the borders of Bulgaria. During the German invasion in 1941 the regiment was based in the sector of Paranesti, where it won numerous engagements against German forces; when the Axis occupied the country, the Regiment was dissolved. It was reformed on 24 April 1945. In August, 1989 the 71st Infantry Regiment moved to the village of Nea Santa in Kilkis under the 1st Infantry Division. On August 1993 was reorganized to Brigade with full activation on 1 January 1995. From 1 Jan 1998 was placed under B CORPS as a Rapid Reaction Force. On 27 October 2001 the Brigade was renamed to 71st Airmobile Brigade.
By 26 September 2005 was placed under the command of 1st Infantry Division and the Operational control of B CORPS. On 5 October 2009, after the decision of the Higher Military Board of the Hellenic Army General Staff, the 71st Airmobile Brigade was renamed to 71st Airmobile Brigade «PONTOS»; the 71st Airmobile Infantry Brigade forms the basis of the Greek-led HELBROC BG, a Battlegroup of the European Union, composed of units from Greece, Romania and Ukraine. Elements of the Brigade make up part of the NATO Response Force; the emblem of the unit shows a falcon with open wings ready to land and two spears, framed by laurel leaves. The falcon is the symbol of dynamic intervention by air in every battle, the spears are weapons which used in ancient wars; the motto is "On the wings of the winds". It is inspired from the 103 psalm of David. 71st Airmobile Infantry Brigade based at Nea Santa HQ Company 595th Airmobile Infantry Battalion 596th Airmobile Infantry Battalion 601st Airmobile Infantry Battalion 116th Airmobile Artillery Battalion 71st Engineer Company 71st Light Air Defence Battery 71st Signal Company 71st Support Battalion The units of the 71st Airmobile Infantry Brigade carry out a full cycle of training with emphasis in the following areas.
Physical Military Training Individual Advanced advanced weapons training. Advanced Shooting Training Landmines Special Night Training Collaboration and Training with helicopters and Cargo planes. Airmobile operations in various live exercises. Training in Peace support operations and operations in built up areas. Assault Rifles - M16 Machine Guns - FN Minimi, M2HB Artillery - OTO Melara Mod 56 Support Weapons - MILAN, Carl Gustaf, M72 LAW, HAI Mortar 81mm Vehicles - Panhard VBL Helicopters - UH-1 Iroquois, NHI NH90, CH-47 Chinook Official Website Equipment Hellenic Ministry of Defense - Official Site Hellenic Army General Staff - Official Site
Parker Stanfield is an American professional ice hockey player. He is playing for the Peoria Rivermen of the SPHL. Stanfield played four seasons of major junior hockey in the Western Hockey League, scoring 58 goals and 72 assists for 139 points, while registering 248 penalty minutes in 272 games played. After playing 80 games in the ECHL with the Bakersfield Condors, Stanfield joined HK Poprad where he played eight Slovak Extraliga games during the 2012-13 season. On July 8, 2013, Stanfield returned the ECHL, signing for the 2013–14 season with the Colorado Eagles. Parker Stanfield career statistics at EliteProspects.com Parker Stanfield career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
Charles Blanchard "Babe" Carter was an American football player and politician. He was the starting right guard on the University of Michigan's 1902 and 1904 "Point-a-Minute" football teams that compiled a record of 21–0 and outscored opponents 1,211 to 34, he was a lawyer in Maine and served in the Maine Senate. Carter was born in Auburn and attended the Webster Grammar School and Edward Little High School, he attended Brown University as an undergraduate and played two years of college football for the Brown Bears football team. In 1902, Carter enrolled at the University of Michigan Law School, he started at the right guard position for Fielding H. Yost's renowned 1902 and 1904 "Point-a-Minute" football teams that compiled a record of 21–0 and outscored opponents 1,211 to 34. At 236 pounds, Carter was by far the largest player on Yost's "Point-a-Minute" team and was known by the nickname "Babe" Carter. A profile of Carter in the university's 1903 yearbook noted: "'Those who know' at Michigan designate Charles B. Carter as one of the fastest big men who appeared on a Western gridiron....
His wonderful handling of his massive frame, his agility and his nerve was astonishing." Despite his size and playing as a lineman, Carter scored six touchdowns for the 1904 team. Carter was admitted to the bar in Androscoggin County, Maine, in February 1907, he maintained a law practice in Lewiston, from 1907 until his death in 1927. He became general counsel to the Great Northern Paper Company and as counsel for the Maine Central Railroad, he handled a number of jury trials for the Maine Central and had a large corporation business, representing clients before the state legislature in hydroelectric and storage matters. In 1925, Carter was elected as a Republican to the Maine Senate representing Androscoggin County; as a state senator, Carter was a leader in the effort to prevent hydroelectric companies from exporting surplus power out of Maine. Carter was a delegate to the 1920 Republican National Convention. According to the Lewiston Evening Journal, he was talked of as a Republican candidate for Governor of Maine in 1928.
The paper described Carter as follows: He was one of the most delightful friends one could have.... He loved social life and the outdoors.... Used to books, fine surroundings, he was at home in any surroundings, he had a massive figure, powerful in manner and bearing. He was a member of the Episcopal Church, a Mason and a member of the Delta Phi and Delta Chi fraternities. Carter died of a "heart block" in April 1927 after an evening meeting with Governor Owen Brewster at Augusta, Maine. Carter was survived by his wife, the former Clare Scanlan, to whom he was married in 1911. Charles B. Carter at Find a Grave