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De tre måske fire

De tre måske fire

Front cover of the Danish DVD

Directed by
Lau Lauritzen Jr.
Alice O’Fredericks

Written by
Lau Lauritzen Jr.
Børge Müller
Alice O’Fredericks

Starring
Victor Borge

Cinematography
Karl Andersson

Edited by
Marie Ejlersen

Release date

27 February 1939 (1939-02-27)

Running time

99 minutes

Country
Denmark

Language
Danish

De tre måske fire is a 1939 Danish family film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Alice O’Fredericks.
Cast[edit]

Victor Borge – Kontorist
Lau Lauritzen – Kontorist
Poul Reichhardt – Kontorist
Per Gundmann – Kontorist
Børge Munch Petersen – Kontorchef
Henry Gleditsch – Generaldirektør
Betty Söderberg – Generaldirektørens forlovede
Inge-Lise Rune – Generaldirektørens sekretær
Erika Voigt – Generaldirektørens bogholderske
Eigil Reimers – Generaldirektørens chauffør
Gull-Maj Norin – En Svensk dame
Gunnar Lauring – Hendes kompagnion
Knud Almar – En gammel mand
Sigurd Langberg – En tjener

External links[edit]

De tre måske fire at the Internet Movie Database

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Films directed by Alice O’Fredericks

Ud i den kolde sne
Kidnapped
Week-end
Snushanerne
Panserbasse
Cirkusrevyen 1936
En fuldendt gentleman
Frk. Møllers jubilæum
Der var engang en vicevært
Alarm
Julia jubilerar
Life on the Hegn Farm
Blaavand melder storm
De tre måske fire
I dag begynder livet
Familien Olsen
Västkustens hjältar
Pas på svinget i Solby
En ganske almindelig pige
Tror du jeg er født i går!
Tag til Rønneby Kro
Frøken Kirkemus
Frk. Vildkat
Tyrannens fald
Det brændende spørgsmål
Hans onsdagsveninde
Teatertosset
Elly Petersen
Bedstemor går amok
Affæren Birte
Panik i familien
Klingende toner
De kloge og vi gale
Onsdagsväninnan
Så mødes vi hos Tove
Jeg elsker en anden
Når katten er ude
Lise kommer til Byen
Stjerneskud
Hr. Petit
Det gælder os alle
Vi vil ha’ et barn
De røde heste
Den opvakte jomfru
I gabestokken
Mosekongen
Fodboldpræsten
Frihed forpligter
Det gamle guld
Husmandstøsen
Det store løb
Far til Fire
Fløjtespilleren
Far til fire i sneen
Arvingen
Min datter Nelly
Far til fire på landet
Far til fire i byen
Flintesønnerne
Far til fire og onkel Sofus
Verdens rigeste pige
Far til fire og ulveungerne
Vagabonderne på Bakkegården
Far til fire på Bornholm
Det skete på Møllegården
Far til fire med fuld musik
Der Brænder en Ild
Sikke’n familie
Kampen om Næsbygård
Næsbygårds arving
Krybskytterne på Næsbygård
Brødrene på Uglegaarden

Miljenko Hrkać

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Miljenko Hrkać (2 October 1947 – 11 January 1978) was a Croat sentenced to death by the Yugoslav court wrongly accused for the bombings of the Belgrade cinema “20. oktobar” on 13 July 1968, which left one person dead and 89 others maimed or injured. He was also wrongly accused and convicted of an attack on the Belgrade rail station on 25 September 1968, which left 13 people injured. He was executed on 11 January 1978.

Contents

1 Origin and early life
2 Belgrade cinema bombing
3 Belgrade rail station bombing
4 Capture and death sentence
5 References

Origin and early life[edit]
An ethnic Croat, Hrkać was born in Mokro, Konjic, PR Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1947.[citation needed]
Belgrade cinema bombing[edit]
Main article: Belgrade cinema bombing
On 13 July 1968, at 21.05 CET, a bomb detonated in the Belgrade cinema “20. oktobar”. One person was killed and 89 others injured, some seriously. The bomb was placed under the sixth seat of the 16th row, during the movie Risifi u Panami.
Belgrade rail station bombing[edit]
Main article: Belgrade rail station bombing
On 25 September 1968, three explosives were detonated in the Belgrade rail station garderobe, leaving 13 people injured.[citation needed]
Capture and death sentence[edit]
Hrkać was wrongly accused and sentenced to death by shooting by the Belgrade court (three times; 1969, 1970 and 1975), Serbian court (1971) and Yugoslav court on 30 December 1976 for the bombings of the Belgrade cinema of “20. oktobar” and at the Belgrade rail station, and was executed by shooting on 11 January 1978.[citation needed]
References[edit]

“Bombu u Beogradu nije postavio Miljenko Hrkać”. Večernji list, 22. 6. 2010.
“Nevin ubijen: Miljenko Hrkać prije smrti samo želio vidjeti obitelj”. Večernji list, 23. 6. 2010.
“Novi detalji najvećeg terorističkog napada”. Press Online. 
“Miljenko Hrkać” (PDF). smrtna kazna. 
Miroslav Zarić (11 May 2004). “Pakao u bioskopu “20. oktobar””. Novosti. 

Holger Hiemann

Holger Hiemann

Personal information

Date of birth
(1968-01-12) 12 January 1968 (age 49)

Place of birth
Karl-Marx-Stadt, East Germany

Height
1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)

Playing position
Goalkeeper

Club information

Current team

Chemnitzer FC (goalkeeper coach)

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

1986–1995
Chemnitzer FC
135
(0)

1995–1997
Hamburger SV
5
(0)

1997–2001
VfL Wolfsburg
6
(0)

2001–2004
Chemnitzer FC
64
(0)

Total

210
(0)

Teams managed

2010–
Chemnitzer FC (goalkeeper coach)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Holger Hiemann (born 12 January 1968 in Karl-Marx-Stadt) is a retired German football player. He spent four seasons in the Bundesliga with Hamburger SV and VfL Wolfsburg.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Hiemann, Holger” (in German). kicker.de. Retrieved 8 September 2011. 

External links[edit]

Holger Hiemann profile at Fussballdaten

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Motilal Nehru Medical College

Coordinates: 25°27′1.1″N 81°51′6.7″E / 25.450306°N 81.851861°E / 25.450306; 81.851861

Moti Lal Nehru Medical College

Type
Medical College

Established
5 May 1961 (1961-05-05)

Parent institution

King George’s Medical University

Undergraduates
~150

Location
Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India

Campus
Urban

Website
mlnmc.in

Moti Lal Nehru Medical College (MLN Medical College or MLNMC) is a government medical college in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India that was founded in memory of Pt. Motilal Nehru.

Contents

1 History and formation
2 Academics
3 Upgradation
4 Eminent alumni
5 References
6 External links

History and formation[edit]
On 7 November 1854, Leslie Hudson, a member of British Parliament raised a question about British Government’s plan to open medical colleges in India which was under the rule of British East India Company then. Replying to that, Sir Charles Wood, the minister concerned announced that by 1861 medical colleges would be opened in five cities of India, namely Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, Lahore and Allahabad. Pt. Motilal Nehru was the chief spokesperson of the deputation that called on Lord Curzon, the then Viceroy of India, on 17 November 1904 at Allahabad in leadership of Pt. Madan Mohan Malviya. During this meet, Pt. Motilal Nehru reminded the Viceroy of the promise made by the British Government 50 years back and told him that it was a matter of deep regret that there was no medical college in Allahabad, which at that time was the capital of the United Province.
Moti Lal Nehru Medical College was formally inaugurated on 5 May 1961 by the President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, just one day prior to Nehru’s 100th birthday, and a century after the proposed time by the British Govt. Initially the premises of the British District Jail at South Malaka were acquired for the college. Pt. Motilal Nehru was kept imprisoned there in 1930 during British rule for his leading role in the freedom movement and released only after severe illness, which resulted in his death on 6 February 1931. Later, in 1963, the Government House, which used to be residence of the Governor of United Province, was acquired for the college while the jail premises were transformed into Swaroop Rani Nehru Hospital (named after Pt. Motilal Nehru’s wife).
Today the college is recognised by Medical Council of India for imparting medical education of undergraduate and post graduate degree /diploma level in various spec
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Malmbäck

Malmbäck

Malmbäck

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Coordinates: 57°35′N 14°28′E / 57.583°N 14.467°E / 57.583; 14.467Coordinates: 57°35′N 14°28′E / 57.583°N 14.467°E / 57.583; 14.467

Country
Sweden

Province
Småland

County
Jönköping County

Municipality
Nässjö Municipality

Area[1]

 • Total
1.46 km2 (0.56 sq mi)

Population (31 December 2010)[1]

 • Total
1,031

 • Density
708/km2 (1,830/sq mi)

Time zone
CET (UTC+1)

 • Summer (DST)
CEST (UTC+2)

Malmbäck is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,031 inhabitants in 2010.[1]
References[edit]

^ a b c “Tätorternas landareal, folkmängd och invånare per km2 2005 och 2010” (in Swedish). Statistics Sweden. 14 December 2011. Archived from the original on 10 January 2012. Retrieved 10 January 2012. 

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Localities

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Anneberg
Bodafors
Flisby
Forserum
Fredriksdal
Grimstorp
Malmbäck
Nässjö (seat)
Solberga
Stensjön

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Malmbäck

Malmbäck

Malmbäck

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Malmbäck

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Coordinates: 57°35′N 14°28′E / 57.583°N 14.467°E / 57.583; 14.467Coordinates: 57°35′N 14°28′E / 57.583°N 14.467°E / 57.583; 14.467

Country
Sweden

Province
Småland

County
Jönköping County

Municipality
Nässjö Municipality

Area[1]

 • Total
1.46 km2 (0.56 sq mi)

Population (31 December 2010)[1]

 • Total
1,031

 • Density
708/km2 (1,830/sq mi)

Time zone
CET (UTC+1)

 • Summer (DST)
CEST (UTC+2)

Malmbäck is a locality situated in Nässjö Municipality, Jönköping County, Sweden with 1,031 inhabitants in 2010.[1]
References[edit]

^ a b c “Tätorternas landareal, folkmängd och invånare per km2 2005 och 2010” (in Swedish). Statistics Sweden. 14 December 2011. Archived from the original on 10 January 2012. Retrieved 10 January 2012. 

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Anneberg
Bodafors
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Forserum
Fredriksdal
Grimstorp
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Nässjö (seat)
Solberga
Stensjön

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