Alois Delug

Alois Delug (* 25. Mai 1859 in Bozen; † 17. September 1930 in Wien) war ein österreichischer Maler und Professor an der Wiener Akademie der bildenden Künste.

Nach dem Besuch des Gymnasiums in Bozen begann Delug mit der Malerei und wurden von dem in Bozen lebenden Maler Heinrich Schöpfer gefördert. Er übersiedelte nach Innsbruck und begann dort mit dem Geschichtsstudium, bevor er durch Franz von Wieser an die Kunstakademie in Wien empfohlen wurde. Ab 1880 absolvierte er dort die allgemeine Malerschule, ab 1883 die Spezialschule für Historien- und Porträtmalerei bei Leopold Carl Müller. Sehr einprägsam war für Delug eine dreijährige Studienreise durch Italien, Frankreich, Deutschland und Holland, bevor er in München Aufträge für religiöse und profane Historienbilder annahm. 1896 erfolgte die Übersiedlung nach Wien, wo er eine Professur an der Kunstakademie annahm. Zu seinen Schülern zählten u.a. Anton Velim, Hans Fronius, Anton Kolig, Hubert Lanzinger, Albert Stolz, Hans Popp und Franz Gruss. Ebenfalls 1896 erhielt er auf der Internationalen Kunstausstellung in Berlin eine kleine Goldmedaille. Den Aufzeichnungen des Hitler-Biographen Josef Greiner zufolge, soll Delug im Jahr 1907 Adolf Hitler wegen dessen unzulänglicher Leistungen bei seinen Aufnahmeprüfungen zur Malschule sowie anschließend zur Architekturschule einen Studienplatz an der Kunstakademie verweigert haben.
Alois Delugs ehrenhalber gewidmetes Grab befindet sich auf dem Grinzinger Friedhof (Gruppe 19, Nummer 190).
Im Jahr 1931 wurde in Wien-Döbling (19. Bezirk) die Delugstraße nach ihm benannt.

Violet Needham

Amy Violet Needham (Mayfair, 5 June 1876 – 8 June 1967) was the author of 19 popular children’s books. She was the daughter of Colonel Charles Needham and Henriette Amélie barones van Tuyll van Serooskerken. Her father Charles was the biological son of Francis Needham, 2nd Earl of Kilmorey
She came to writing late in life, publishing her first book, The Black Riders, in 1939, at the age of 63. She was born in England to a privileged but chaotic family. Her father was a gambler and their finances fluctuated considerably. They spent summer holidays in Europe, and lived there for six years when Needham and her sister were young women.
In her lifetime Violet Needham published 19 novels. They can be divided into three groups: Ruritanian, historical, and contemporary. The eight Ruritanian novels, sometimes known as the Empire series or the Stormy Petrel series, are set in three fictional countries in Eastern Europe: the Empire, Flavonia, and Ornowitza, the latter being a small duchy between the other two.
Her first novel, The Black Riders, introduces the hero Dick Fauconbois, known as the “Stormy Petrel”. He lives in the Empire, although he visits Flavonia during the course of the novel. It is the story of an orphan boy who becomes a member of a secret rebel movement led by a saint-like figure called Far-Away Moses. Their chief enemy is Count Jasper, known as Jasper the Terrible, the chief of the paramilitary Black Riders. The villain Jasper is described as a darkly attractive character, whose allure is felt by the main female heroine, Wych Hazel. The novelist and poet Michele Roberts described how her childhood reading of The Black Riders “both turned me on and made me feel guilty. Secret pleasure reading it; secret guilt.”

2008 National League Championship Series

The 2008 National League Championship Series (NLCS), the second round of the 2008 National League playoffs, was a best-of-seven baseball game series. The series matched the NL West Champion Los Angeles Dodgers against the NL East Champion Philadelphia Phillies, who had home field advantage for this series due to their better regular-season record. The teams split their season series, with the home team sweeping their two four-game series in August.
The Phillies won the series, four games to one.
The series opened on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, with the series being telecast on Fox.
This series marked the first postseason meeting for the Phillies and Dodgers since the 1983 NLCS, which Philadelphia won 3–1 en route to a loss to Baltimore in the World Series. It also marked the first NLCS for both teams since the Division Series was instituted in 1995. Overall, this was the fourth time these two teams had met in the postseason. Prior to the 1983 NLCS, the Dodgers had defeated the Phillies 3–1 in the NLCS during both the 1977 and 1978 post-seasons.

Philadelphia won the series, 4–1.
Thursday, October 9, 2008 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Derek Lowe and Cole Hamels faced each other at Citizens Bank Park for Game 1. In the first inning, Manny Ramírez missed a home run by mere feet to center field and settled for an RBI double to give LA a 1–0 lead, and later in the fourth, Matt Kemp scored on a sacrifice fly by Blake DeWitt. However, in the sixth inning, as Lowe was rolling, a throwing error by Dodgers shortstop Rafael Furcal put Shane Victorino on second base, apparently breaking the momentum for Lowe, who on the next pitch surrendered a home run to Chase Utley that tied the score. After a Ryan Howard groundout, Pat Burrell homered to left and put the Phillies out front 3–2, and that would prove to be the final score. Brad Lidge tossed a perfect ninth for the save.
Friday, October 10, 2008 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia starting pitcher Brett Myers surprisingly batted 3-for-3 with three RBIs as the Phillies opened up an 8–2 lead on the Dodgers, chasing Dodgers starter Chad Billingsley in the third inning. Billingsley was also criticized for not retaliating for inside pitching by Myers, a response that would have to wait until Game 3 by Dodgers starter Hiroki Kuroda. The Phillies batted through their whole lineup in both the second and third innings, scoring four runs in each. Manny Ramírez made things closer with a three-run home run off Myers in the fourth, but in the seventh Casey Blake was robbed of a potential bases clearing hit in deep left center by a leaping Shane Victorino. Four Phillies relievers pitched scoreless baseball in four innings of work with Brad Lidge remaining perfect in save opportunities in the regular season and postseason. Before the game Charlie Manuel learned that his mother died, and Shane Victorino learned that his grandmother died the same day after the game.
Sunday, October 12, 2008 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California
The first game at Dodger Stadium in the series, Game 3 saw a dramatic benches-clearing incident in the third inning, after Dodgers starter Hiroki Kuroda threw a fastball over the head of the Phillies’ Shane Victorino. This came in apparent retaliation for Phillies starter Jamie Moyer hitting Dodgers catcher Russell Martin in the knee in the first inning and reliever Clay Condrey nearly hitting Martin again in the second, which came after Brett Myers nearly hit Martin and threw behind Manny Ramírez in Game 2. In a wild first inning, five Dodgers scored, mostly in part due to a three-run triple by Blake DeWitt, and Rafael Furcal homered in the second, his first home run since May 5, forcing Moyer to leave the game after just 1 1⁄3 innings. In the third inning confrontation, only words were exchanged and nobody was ejected, and Kuroda pitched a solid six innings to lead LA to a 7–2 victory over the Phillies, cutting their lead to 2–1. The attendance was 56,800, an all-time Dodger Stadium record.
Monday, October 13, 2008 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California
Game 4 was an exciting see-saw battle between the two teams. The Phillies struck first; in the top of the first they collected three hits and two runs off Derek Lowe, who started on three days’ rest. In the bottom of the inning, James Loney hit a ball off the center field wall to score Rafael Furcal and cut the lead to 2–1. Starter Joe Blanton began strong, but in the fifth inning gave up two runs and forced Charlie Manuel to go to his bullpen. In the sixth, the Dodgers’ bullpen faltered first, when Clayton Kershaw gave up a walk and a hit, and Chan Ho Park threw a wild pitch to tie the game. In the bottom of the sixth, Casey Blake homered to left, and with two on, a throwing error by Ryan Howard allowed Juan Pierre to score. The inning ended when Chase Utley made a diving catch and stumbled to second base for the double play. Things looked great for the Dodgers until Cory Wade relieved in the eighth and Shane Victorino hit a two-run home run that landed in the LA bullpen to tie the score. Jonathan Broxton came in after Carlos Ruiz singled off of Wade and promptly gave up another two-run homer to pinch-hitter Matt Stairs, the veteran’s first career postseason homer. Brad Lidge then came in and pitched his first save of 2008 that consisted of more than three outs, his 49th consecutive save. The Phillies victory in Los Angeles was the first win by a road team in the 2008 series.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California
Dodgers fans were psyched for a possible comeback in Game 5, but Jimmy Rollins spoiled the party early with a leadoff homer off Chad Billingsley, who in his second bad outing of the series was knocked out of the game in the third inning after giving up three runs. The Phillies added two more runs when Rafael Furcal committed three errors (two on the same play) in the fifth inning. Manny Ramírez, in another strong performance, did manage to bring the Dodger Stadium crowd to life with a solo home run in the sixth inning. However, the Dodgers never threatened after that, and the Phillies won the series in five games. Winning pitcher Cole Hamels was named the series MVP after winning both of his starts with a 1.93 ERA.
2008 NLCS (4–1): Philadelphia Phillies over Los Angeles Dodgers

Rudy Giuliani promotions of Bernard Kerik

Rudy Giuliani, as mayor of the City of New York, promoted the career of Bernard Kerik (by appointment or recommendation) on several occasions. Critics have charged that Giuliani showed consistently poor judgment in doing so.

Bernard Kerik, who started out as a New York Police Department detective driving for his campaign, then became the city’s Commissioner of the Department of Correction and later New York City Police Commissioner and a founder of Giuliani Partners. Kerik also served as bodyguard for Giuliani. Giuliani is godfather to Kerik’s two younger children, by Kerik’s third wife, Hala Matli (born 1972, married 1998): Celine Christina and Angelina Amber.
More than half of mayor Giuliani’s cabinet opposed his 2000 appointment of Kerik as police commissioner. Kerik’s selection came despite the fact that he lacked a college degree. (Kerik was a high school dropout with a General Equivalency Diploma.) Possession of a college degree was a requirement of police department officials at the captain rank and higher, a practice instituted by former police commissioner Benjamin Ward.
After Giuliani’s terms as mayor completed, Kerik became a founder of Giuliani Partners.
Giuliani then pushed President George W. Bush to nominate Kerik to be Secretary of Homeland Security, at which point multiple scandals derailed the nomination and Kerik’s career; subsequently Kerik pled guilty to corruption charges dating from his Corrections days (1999). (He pled guilty in Bronx court to state misdemeanor charges related to undeclared acceptance of $165,000 in apartment renovations performed by Interstate Industrial, a reputably mob-associated firm.) In March 2007, The New York Times reported that Kerik was likely to also be indicted for tax fraud and illegal eavesdropping, and also disclosed that Giuliani had testified under oath in April 2006 that he had in fact been briefed on Kerik’s mob links in 2000 — prior to his appointment of Kerik as Corrections Commissioner. Giuliani had previously denied knowing of these connections until years later. Kerik is also under investigation for conspiracy to eavesdrop on the conversations of the husband of Jeanine Pirro, Albert Pirro, whom Ms. Pirro suspected of having an affair.
Mayor Giuliani said that neither he nor his aides could remember being briefed about Kerik’s involvement with Interstate Industrial. However, a late 2007 New York Times investigation of the diaries and investigator’s notes of Edward J. Kuriansky, the city investigations commissioner, indicates that such a meeting did indeed occur. Additionally, Kuriansky also remembered briefing one of Giuliani’s closest aides, Dennison Young Jr., about Kerik’s involvement with Interstate Industrial just days before the police commissioner appointment. Regarding Giuliani’s appointment patterns and loyalty as a factor in professional relationships, former deputy mayor (under Giuliani) Fran Reiter said, “Rudy can fall for people big time, and sometimes qualifications are secondary to loyalty.”
Marc Mukasey, son of Michael Mukasey (then Attorney General) and member of Bracewell & Giuliani, has been assigned by Giuliani’s 2008 presidential campaign to block Kerik’s legal defense team from interviewing witnesses that might assist his defense. (When Giuliani joined the Bracewell firm, effecting the company’s name change to Bracewell & Giuliani, he brought Marc Mukasey into the firm.)
During a November 5, 2007 presidential campaign visit in Derry, New Hampshire, Giuliani said, “I think Bernie Kerik, I should have checked out more carefully. I’ve said that. I’ve apologized for it.” Giuliani then stressed Kerik’s contribution to crime reduction in New York, as well as his record as Corrections Commissioner: “But the reality is we brought down crime in record proportions, we brought down violence in the prisons by record proportions.” (However, Kerik had a relatively short term in New York City’s police commissioner. He served for one year and four months, compared with the longer tenures of William Bratton and Howard Safir.) On November 8, Giuliani declined to say whether he would grant Kerik a presidential pardon were the circumstances to come about: “It wouldn’t be fair to ask that question at this point. He may or may not be charged, he may or may not be convicted. Who knows what happens?”
Of Giuliani’s Republican opponents, Senator John McCain was the most outspoken regarding the Kerik association and the doubt it cast upon Giuliani’s judgement, saying, “That’s why I never would’ve supported him to be the head of Homeland Security because of his irresponsible act when he was over in Baghdad to try and help train the police. One of the reasons why we had so much trouble with the initial training of the police was because he came, didn’t do anything and then went out to the airport and left.”
On November 13, 2007, former publisher Judith Regan, with whom Kerik had had an extramarital affair, filed a $100 million defamation lawsuit against News Corporation, claiming among other things that News Corporation executives told her in 2004 to lie to federal investigators about her relationship with Kerik, in order to protect Giuliani’s future presidential campaign.
By late December 2007, the Kerik relationship was seen as one of the factors leading a difficult stretch for the Giuliani campaign.

Mahmoud Hassan Pasha

Mahmoud Hassan Pascha (* 7. Mai 1893 in Kairo) war ein ägyptischer Diplomat.
Mahmoud Hassan Pascha war der Sohn von Aziza Toppozada und Dr. Hassan Pasha Mahmoud. Er schloss 1917 ein Studium der Rechtswissenschaft ab und trat im Juli 1919 als Sekretär in das ägyptische Innenministerium ein, das ihn im Mixed Court Parquet in al-Mansura beschäftigte. Als er 1924 Vorsitzender des Mixed Court Parquet wurde, durfte er 1925 in den auswärtigen Dienst treten und fungierte als Gesandtschaftssekretär zweiter Klasse in Brüssel, Paris und Prag. 1930 kehrte er auf das Mixed Court Parquet zurück.
Von 1936 bis 1938 war er Ministre plénipotentiaire in Stockholm und war auch bei der Regierung in Oslo akkreditiert. Anschließend leitete er vom 11. Oktober 1938 bis November 1947 die ägyptische Auslandsvertretung in Washington, D.C. Diese wurde am 10. Oktober 1946 zur Botschaft aufgewertet und Mahmoud Hassan Pasha entsprechend bestallt. Er vertrat die ägyptische Regierungen auf der Konferenz von San Francisco. Dort scheute er sich, den Konflikt der Regierungen Ägyptens und des Vereinigten Königreichs im UN-Sicherheitsrat vorzubringen. Daraufhin reiste im November 1947 Mahmoud an-Nukrashi Pascha zur Generalversammlung der Vereinten Nationen nach Lake Success, wo von 1946 bis 1951 das UN-Hauptquartier untergebracht war, und trug seine Forderungen vor. Daraufhin trat Mahmoud Hassan Pasha als Botschafter zurück.

Inhibiteur de monoamine oxydase

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Les inhibiteurs de monoamine oxydase (inhibiteurs MAO ou IMAO) constituent une classe d’antidépresseurs utilisés dans le traitement de la dépression. Ils sont moins souvent prescrits que les autres antidépresseurs, souvent lorsque les patients ne sont pas sensibles aux autres traitements, à cause de leurs interactions avec d’autres médicaments et avec certains aliments riches en tyramine qui peuvent entraîner des réactions hypertensives. Concernant le régime alimentaire, certains aliments doivent être évités et d’autres peuvent être consommés avec modération (ex. : une seule portion par jour).
Ces inhibiteurs peuvent cibler les monoamines oxydases A ou B.
Les inhibiteurs de la MAO-B sont utilisés dans la maladie de Parkinson.

Comme leur nom l’indique, les IMAO inhibent l’activité des monoamines oxydases, un groupe d’enzymes dégradant les monoamines comme la sérotonine, et les catécholamines (dopamine et noradrénaline notamment). Ils entraînent donc l’augmentation de la concentration de ces neurotransmetteurs dans les synapses.
Il est également possible que la fumée de cigarette contienne des IMAO, ralentissant la dégradation de dopamine, et ainsi soutenant l’addiction déjà présente à la nicotine.
Leur utilisation en monothérapie pour la maladie de Parkinson est réservé au stade précoce[réf. insuffisante],[réf. insuffisante]. Ces médicaments peuvent également être combinés avec la levodopa pour les patients présentant un stade plus avancée de la maladie. En combinaison, ils permettent de diminuer les fluctuations motrices associées au traitement à long terme de levodopa. Les effets secondaires de ces médicaments sont des nausées, céphalées et de la confusion chez les patients âgés. La sélégiline peut également causer de l’insomnie et la rasagiline serait mieux toléré chez les patients âgés[réf. insuffisante].
Ces médicaments présentent un potentiel d’interaction avec tous les médicaments qui touchent la sérotonine (mépéridine, tramadol, dextrométhorphane, inhibiteur sélectif de la recapture de la sérotonine, antidépresseur tricyclique), car une prise concomitante peut occasionner un syndrome sérotoninergique. La rasagiline a la particularité d’être métabolisé par le cytochrome 1A2 (voir Cytochrome P450 au foie et présente donc une interaction avec les inhibiteurs de ce cytochrome comme la fluvoxamine (Luvox) ou la ciprofloxacine (Cipro). Aux doses usuellement employés dans la maladie de Parkinson, on dénote l’absence de l’interaction alimentaire avec la tyramine, car les IMAO-B ont une bonne sélectivité.
Les doses pour la maladie de Parkinson sont les suivantes :
L’arrêt ou la réduction marquée d’un traitement IMAO peut provoquer un syndrome de discontinuation associé aux antidépresseurs.

Stierieguszczij (1906)

Stierieguszczij ros. Стерегущий – rosyjski krążownik torpedowy, a od 1907 roku kontrtorpedowiec typu Ukraina. Sfinansowany z dobrowolnych składek, zamówiony 7 sierpnia?/20 sierpnia 1904 a zwodowany 21 czerwca?/4 lipca 1905 roku. Brał udział w I wojnie światowej. W 1918 roku uczestniczył w pochodzie lodowym Floty Bałtyckiej, po którym odstawiono go do konserwacji. Zezłomowany 21 listopada 1925 roku.

Przyczyną zamówienia krążowników torpedowych typu Ukraina był wybuch wojny rosyjsko-japońskiej 26 stycznia?/8 lutego 1904 roku. Pierwsze starcia wypadły dla Rosjan niekorzystnie, w związku z czym postanowiono jak najszybciej wzmocnić flotę wojenną nowymi okrętami. W tym celu odwołano się do patriotycznych uczuć obywateli i zorganizowano zbiórkę pieniędzy. Z uzbieranych środków, jako piątą i szóstą jednostkę zamówiono 7 sierpnia?/20 sierpnia 1904 roku okręty „Stierieguszczij” i „Strasznyj”. Nazwy okrętów odpowiadały nazwom torpedowców zatopionych w trakcie obrony Port Artur. „Stierieguszczij” został zwodowany 21 czerwca?/4 lipca 1905 roku.
Wyporność standardowa „Stierieguszczego” to 500 ton. Okręt charakteryzował się długością całkowitą 73,2 metra (między pionami 70 metrów) i szerokością 7,23 metra (7,14 na linii wodnej). Największa odległość między stępką a pokładem wynosiła 4,4 metra, z czego średnio 2,3 metra było zanurzone. Kadłub nitowany, stalowy. Wręgi rozmieszczone co pół metra (poza maszynownią) miały wymiary 65 × 50 × 5 mm i 55 × 45 × 5 mm.
Okręt napędzały dwie maszyny parowe potrójnego rozprężenia o pionowych cylindrach. W dwóch przedziałach znajdowały się łącznie cztery opłomkowe kotły parowe systemu Normana, o ciśnieniu roboczym 16 atmosfer. Dwie śruby wyposażone były w trzy łopaty o średnicy 2,8 metra i skoku 2,63 metra każda. Przy 350 obrotach na minutę siłownia nominalnie powinna osiągać 6200 KM, co przełożyć się miało na prędkość 25 węzłów. W czasie prób „Stierieguszczij” osiągnął jednak nieco lepsze rezultaty. Osiągnięta moc wynosiła 7200 KM, a prędkość 25,9 węzła. Zapas 80 ton węgla pozwalał jednostkom przebyć 600 mil morskich przy prędkości 9 węzłów, lub 200 mil morskich przy 25 węzłach. Dwa turbogeneratory o mocy po 16 kW i napięciu 105 V zasilały w energię elektryczną okrętową radiostację, oświetlenie i dwa reflektory bojowe (średnica 60 cm).
Główną artylerię okrętu stanowiły dwa działa kalibru 75 mm z zapasem 320 pocisków. Uzupełniały ją cztery działa kalibru 57 mm z zapasem 1080 pocisków oraz dwa karabiny maszynowe „Maksim” kalibru 7,62 mm. Działa większego kalibru zamontowane były pojedynczo na dziobie i rufie okrętu, zaś pozostałe ustawiono symetrycznie w środkowej części obu burt. Do montowania „Maksimów” przygotowano cztery cokoły. Okręt uzbrojony był również w dwie pojedyncze wyrzutnie torpedowe kalibru 457 mm, do której zabierał 6 zapasowych torped.
W celu odróżnienia od okrętów typu Ukraina na środkowym i tylnym kominie „Stierieguszczego” namalowano w górnej ćwiartce wysokości po jednym niebieskim, poprzecznym pasie.
W 1908 roku jednostka została przystosowana do trałowania i stawiania min, których mogła zabierać 16 sztuk.
W 1907 roku dowódca dywizji kontrtorpedowców Floty Bałtyckiej – kontradmirał Nikołaja Essena zwrócił uwagę, iż niszczyciele o wyporności 500–600 ton posiadają artylerię okrętową tego samego kalibru, co torpedowce o wyporności 350 ton. Stało się to powodem zamówienia nowej, większokalibrowej artylerii, która na okrętach typu Ukraina została zamontowana w 1910 roku. Armata morska 102 mm po zamontowaniu na okrętach typu Ukraina mogła wystrzeliwać 10 pocisków na minutę na odległość około 9600 metrów (na „Stierieguszczim” magazynowano 300 jednostek amunicji). Oprócz dwóch armat 102 mm na okręcie zamontowano także pojedyncze działko kalibru 37 mm i 4 „Maksimy”. Pod wpływem doświadczeń z I wojny światowej w 1916 roku zdecydowano się na wstawienie trzeciego działa 102 mm kosztem rufowej wyrzutni torped. Zamontowano również działo przeciwlotnicze kalibru 40 mm, oraz zwiększono zasób min.
Jeszcze przed wodowaniem, 21 marca 1905 roku, okręt został zapisany na listę Marynarki Wojennej Imperium Rosyjskiego. Do służby we Flocie Bałtyckiej fizycznie wszedł w 1906 roku. Przeklasyfikowany na kontrtorpedowca 27 września 1907 roku. Do 1908 roku okręt był częścią jednostki szkolnej Morza Bałtyckiego. W latach 1909–1912 przechodził kolejne remonty i przezbrojenia.
W okresie I wojny światowej dowódcą okrętu był kapitan II rangi (komandor porucznik) Nikołaj Karłowicz Azarjew, wchodził w skład 6 dywizjonu dywizji torpedowej. Uczestniczył w licznych akcjach dozorowych, minowych i eskortowych. Z przeciwnikiem starł się 13 czerwca 1916 roku w czasie bitwy w zatoce Norrköping. Celem dywizjonu niszczycieli było zaatakowanie niemieckiego konwoju, jednak wszystkie okręty skupiły się na eskortującym statki patrolowcu „Hermann”, co też spowodowało ucieczkę transportowców na wody terytorialne Szwecji. Brał udział w obronie archipelagu Moonsundzkiego w 1917 roku.
W 1918 roku okręt brał udział w pochodzie lodowym z Helsingforsu do Kronsztadu. Na miejscu został poddany konserwacji, która zakończyła się dopiero w 1921 roku – powrócił do służby 21 kwietnia. W 1924 roku został przekazany na złom do „Komgosfondowa”. Z listy marynarki wojennej został skreślony 21 listopada 1925 roku.

Derwyn Owen

Derwyn Trevor Owen (29 July 1876— 9 April 1947) was the sixth Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada and the fifth Bishop of Niagara then Toronto.

Educated at Trinity College, Toronto, he was ordained in 1901. He held curacies at St John’s Church, Toronto and then St James’ Cathedral in the same city. He was rector of Holy Trinity Church, Toronto from 1908 to 1914 and then the Dean of Niagara until his ordination to the episcopate.
Owen was consecrated as Bishop on 24 June 1925 and enthroned as Bishop of Niagara. He was translated in 1932 to be the Bishop of Toronto. In 1934 he was elected Primate of All Canada, and thereafter styled Archbishop of Toronto and Primate of All Canada (although he was not the Metropolitan of the Province of Ontario, of which Toronto diocese is a part).
Owen was a Freemason, and a member of Ionic Lodge No 25, Toronto. He married Nora Grier Jellett. On his death he was buried in Saint John’s Anglican Church Cemetery, Toronto. His son, Derwyn R.G. Owen, became Provost of Trinity College, Toronto, Owen Snr’s old college.

Bruce Van Dyke

Bruce Van Dyke (born August 6, 1944 in Lancaster, California) is a former American football guard in the National Football League who played eleven seasons for the Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Green Bay Packers.
Van Dyke grew up in Buckner, Missouri, and attended Fort Osage High School in Independence, Missouri. He played college football at the University of Missouri, where he was a two way starter, playing on both the offensive and defensive lines under head coach Dan Devine. As a first-team All-Big Eight Conference defensive tackle in 1965, Van Dyke played on Tiger teams that went a combined 21-8-2 from 1963 to 1965. The 1965 squad on which he served as a captain, finished the year ranked sixth nationally, and closed the season with a win over the University of Florida in the 1966 Sugar Bowl. Van Dyke was selected to play in the Hula Bowl in 1966, and was inducted into the University of Missouri’s Intercollegiate Hall of Fame in 2001.
Van Dyke was drafted in the 12th round of the 1966 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. He was a key player for the Pittsburgh Steelers for seven years. In 1967, during his first year with the Steelers, the team won only one game. Seven years later, in 1973, Pittsburgh won their first AFC Divisional title. In 2008, Van Dyke was named to the Steelers Legends Team.

Person der Zeitgeschichte

Die Person der Zeitgeschichte (englisch public figure) ist ein Begriff in der Rechtsprechung bei der Abwägung zwischen dem allgemeinen Persönlichkeitsrecht, insbesondere dem Recht am eigenen Bild, und dem Informationsinteresse der Öffentlichkeit.

Das Recht am eigenen Bild ist im deutschen Gesetz betreffend das Urheberrecht an Werken der bildenden Künste und der Photographie (Kunsturheberrechtsgesetz, kurz: KunstUrhG bzw. KUG) in §§ § 22, § 23 geregelt. Grundsätzlich darf das Bildnis einer Person gemäß § 22 KUG nur mit ihrer Einwilligung veröffentlicht werden.
Ausnahmen von diesem Einwilligungsvorbehalt sind in § 23 KUG geregelt, wie z. B. bei einem „Bildnis aus dem Bereich der Zeitgeschichte“. Bis zum Jahre 2004 nahm die deutsche Rechtsprechung an, dass ein Bildnis aus dem Bereich der Zeitgeschichte dann vorliege, wenn in ihm eine absolute oder relative Person der Zeitgeschichte abgebildet wurde. Absolute Personen der Zeitgeschichte standen durch ihr gesamtes Wirken dauerhaft im Blickpunkt der Öffentlichkeit, wie zum Beispiel Angehörige aus Königshäusern und berühmte Wissenschaftler. Zu den relativen Personen der Zeitgeschichte zählten oftmals Schauspieler, Sportler, Showgrößen und Prozessbeteiligte. Die Wiedergabe und Abbildung der relativen Personen der Zeitgeschichte sollte nur im Rahmen der im öffentlichen Interesse stehenden Ereignisse erfolgen.
Diese Unterscheidung wurde jedoch vom Bundesgerichtshof (BGH) nach einem Urteil des Europäischen Gerichtshofs für Menschenrechte (EGMR) aus dem Jahre 2004 aufgehoben. Seitdem wird die Frage, ob ein Bildnis aus dem Bereich der Zeitgeschichte vorliegt, durch Abwägung zwischen der Meinungsfreiheit und dem Persönlichkeitsrecht der betroffenen Person vorgenommen. Diese neuere deutsche Rechtsprechung wurde im Jahre 2012 vom EGMR bestätigt.