On August 6, 1930, New York Supreme Court judge Joseph Force Crater vanished on the streets of Manhattan near Times Square. The dapper 41-year-old’s disappearance launched a massive investigation that captivated the nation, earning Crater the title of “the missingest man in New York.”Born to Irish immigrants in 1889, Crater grew up in Pennsylvania and received his law degree from Columbia University in 1916.
James Monroe continued the so-called Virginia Dynasty by easily defeating his Federalist opponent, Rufus King of New York. As the last Federalist to seek the presidency, King was notable only for his outspoken opposition to slavery.By 1816, the Federalists were thoroughly discredited by their opposition to the War of 1812 and such ill-fated ventures as the Hartford Convention.
Boeing F4B-2 of VF-5B, early 1930s Here we see a Boeing F4B-2 of VF-5B on a naval airstation in the early 1930s. The F4B-2 can be identified by the combination of the engine cowling, introduced on this model, and the shape of the tail, replaced on the F4B-3 with a curved tail.How to cite this article:Rickard, J (30 May 2020), Boeing F4B-2 of VF-5B, early 1930s , http://www.
ITALYItaly has a bicameral Parliament (Chamber of Deputies and Senate), a separate judiciary, and an executive branch composed of a Council of Ministers (cabinet) which is headed by the president of the council (prime minister). The president of the republic is elected for 7 years by the Parliament sitting jointly with a small number of regional delegates.
Claudius Galen was a Greek physician who went to Rome and revived the ideas of Hippocrates and other Greek doctors. The Romans had shown little interest in the work of Hippocrates and it took Galen to push it forward in Rome. Galen was born in 131 AD. He was a gifted intellect who studied at the famous medical school in Alexandria in Egypt.