Syntax of Modern Arabic Prose - The Simple Sentence Volume by Cantarino V

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Decree of the Law of Suspects orders the arrest of all those who have shown themselves to be enemies of liberty. ) The first day of Year II. ) The Committee of Public Safety survives attack in the Convention. ) A new law on the general Maximum in restraint of prices and wages. ) Brissot and 44 other Deputies are impeached. ). ) Lyons recaptured by Convention forces. ) ‘Revolutionary Government’ decreed (sanctioned for the duration of the war). ) Battle of Wattignies, Austria defeated and Maubeuge relieved.

The National Assembly moves into the Manége. ) Church property confiscated and the state makes provision for the clergy. ) The first issue of assignats—government notes backed by public lands, the value of which is not to be exceeded by the issue of notes. ) Decrees passed to reorganize local government. ) Local administration reorganized; 83 new Departments and 374 Cantons created. ) The removal of civic disabilities for Jews. ) The suppression of religious orders except for those involved in teaching or charitable work.

The Polish government was in exile until the end of the war. Prime ministers of the government-in-exile General Wladyslaw Sikorski 1939–43 Stanislaw Mikolajczyk 1943–45 In July 1945 a Provisional Government of National Unity was set up, composed of the London government-in-exile and the Russian-backed Committee of National Liberation. Its task was to run Poland until free elections could take place. The elections were held in 1947, resulting in an overwhelming victory for the Communist-Socialist candidates.

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