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, Ger. Breslau, city (1993 est. pop. 644,000), capital of Dolnośląskie prov., SW Poland, on the Oder (Odra) River. A railway center and river port, the city is also an industrial center with manufactures of heavy machinery, electronics, computers,
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Using published memoirs, notably the uncensored diary of Joanna Konopifiska, Thum recreates feelings of "uprootedness" and "impermanence" that afflicted the settler population in the early years, due to alienation from the ruins of Breslau and uncertainty whether their stay there would be permanent.
So the question is, 'What's the difference between those who develop PTSD and the majority who don't,'" Breslau said.
In Breslau most of the parish churches were Protestant, but the cathedral was Catholic, and several Catholic orders ran monasteries in the city.
Previous studies have suggested that there is a link between cigarette smoking and suicidal behavior, but this study controlled for major depression and alcohol or drug use disorders, reported the researchers, who were led by Naomi Breslau, Ph.
Significantly, van Rahden asserts that this German-Jewish history is not the history of a small minority, but a history of Breslau in Which the interaction of Jews and other Germans shaped the city.
Full-service regional airports are already available within easy one-hour driving distance from Brantford: the Waterloo Regional Airport in Breslau, the John C.
SAFETY-KLEEN Canada, Canada's largest collector and re-refiner of used motor oil, broke ground on a $26 million expansion of its Breslau, Ontario, used oil re-refinery.
668), Italien: Rom (9), Esterreich: Wien (12), Innsbruck (779), Salzburg (814), Polen: Breslau (263), Warschau (103), Slowenien (206), Spanien (201), Tschechien (473), USA (4.
Minutes of a meeting with the Secretary of State for Air indicate Churchill's demand to know what the RAF was going to do about "basting the Germans in their retreat from Breslau.
Breslau is now almost contiguous with built-up Kitchener.
1991; Davidson, Hughes, Blazer, & George, 1991; Heizer, Robins, & McEvoy, 1987), but is consistent with that reported by Breslau et al.
Diane Finley, Member of Parliament for Haldimand-Norfolk and regional minister for southwestern Ontario, and Harold Albrecht, Member of Parliament for Kitchener-Conestoga, today visited Conestoga Meat Packers in Breslau, Ontario, to highlight the benefits that the Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement (CKFTA) will bring to businesses and workers in southwestern Ontario.