Formed by Sumner and Hook after the two attended a Sex Pistols gig, Joy Division moved beyond their punk roots to develop a sound and style that made them one of the pioneers of the post-punk movement. Their self-released 1978 debut EP, An Ideal for Living, drew the attention of the Manchester television personality Tony Wilson, who signed the group to his independent label, Factory Records. Joy Division's debut album, Unknown Pleasures, recorded with producer Martin Hannett, was released in 1979 to critical acclaim. As the band's popularity grew, Curtis, who suffered from personal problems that included severe depression, a failing marriage, and epilepsy, found it increasingly difficult to perform at live concerts, during which he occasionally collapsed into seizures.
In his place, County Councilwoman BetsyMills presented a talk and Powerpoint on her nine-day trip to Warsaw, Poland, in May to aid refugees from Ukraine. Mills transported 450 pounds of supplies for soldiers that were provided by Indiana Supports Ukraine. While in Warsaw, she ...
SAXON — Shane Wyzlic had plenty of excuses not to head into a war zone ... But the U.S ... And that's how he found himself in late March behind the wheel of a cargo van transporting medical supplies from Warsaw, Poland, to Lviv, Ukraine. The hauls on the return trips were women and children, fleeing for their safety ... BARRY ADAMS, STATE JOURNAL ... .
/ ... While coaching in Poland, Hansen helped refugees from the war in neighbouring Ukraine by organizing food, shelter and bus transportation from Warsaw to Hamburg, Germany, for between 50 and 60 people. Many were international students and people of colour, who didn’t have the same rights to use public transportation that Ukrainian citizens had. / ... / ... .
KYIV, Ukraine — Ray Cunningham had read the news reports of the war in Ukraine. Having visited that country a number of times, he wanted to see for himself ... “I have been (surprised) ... There’s a great deal of translation assistance, and volunteers help refugees get transportation and housing. “It’s really very well organized in Warsaw,” he observed ... .
With extensive support from local partners, the material in Startup GuideWarsaw is spread across 230 pages and makes for an informative and inspiring read ... “Well known for its rich history and being a leading economic hub, Warsaw is on a fast track to becoming the most startup-friendly city in Eastern Europe,” SisselHansen begins.
Shakine did the metal casting in a small foundry located 40 minutes by train from Warsaw. From there, it was transported in a large truck to a location between the Széchenyi Chain Bridge and the Four Seasons Hotel. ... “One day, I found myself wandering around Warsaw, with no real plan for the day,” Shakine recalls.
Defense From worms to war. The unlikely beginnings of NATO’s next top general ... ... in biology ... He has also thrown himself into more intricate issues such as launching studies of railroad gauges and transportation infrastructure in Eastern Europe, which often still use Warsaw Pact standards, in an effort to smooth the movement of NATO troops and materiel.
... with Ukraine, but the smaller towns along the frontier are not equipped for the vast influx of humanity, so many refugees are being transported to bigger cities like Krakow and Warsaw, where centers and settlements have been set up to house, feed and clothe recent arrivals.
Transportation bottlenecks and loss of supply from Russia and Belarus have worsened the situation. ...Polish officials said some logistical issues needed to be worked out, especially in relation to rail transportation, as the two countries use different railway gauges, but Warsaw was ready to work on increasing shipments.