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Anthony Fokker
Anthony Herman Gerard Fokker
was a major supplier of airplanes for Germany during World War I, as well as the developer of a mechanism that allowed pilots to fire machine guns "through" a plane's propellor. Coming to the United States after the war, he built planes that set a number of records, including the first flight over the North Pole.
George Enescu
George Enescu
began learning the violin at the age of four, and wrote his first publicly performed opus at seventeen. In addition to composing and playing, he also did much to further Romanian music in general, forming a Philharmonic Orchestra and a Composers' Society in Iasi and helping to establish the Romanian State Opera in Bucharest.
Craiova
Craiova
is the sixth largest city in Romania, with an area of approximately 31 square miles and population of about 295,000. The city's importance in the history of Romania began with Wallachian Prince Mihai Viteazu, who served as the ban (military governor) of Craiova and achieved the first unification of the three Romanian principalities in 1600.
Hogfish (Lachnolaimus maximus)
The Hogfish (Lachnolaimus maximus)
uses its pig-like snout and large protrusible mouth to root around the bottom substrate for prey, hence its common name. All hogfish begin their lives as females, but dominant individuals can transform into fully functional males.
King Ferdinand
Ferdinand
Prince Ferdinand Viktor Albert Meinrad of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen became King of Romania upon the death of his uncle, Carol I. As king, he led Romania against the Central Powers in the latter years of World War I.
Carolina Charter
Carolina Charter
King Charles II of England owed an enormous debt to the men who helped restore the monarchy, so on March 24, 1663, he rewarded eight of them with a grant of land that included what is now North and South Carolina.

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