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Harrison Reed (ice hockey)
Harrison Reed (ice hockey)

Harrison Reed is a Canadian professional ice hockey right winger who is currently playing for Újpesti TE in the Erste Liga. In his career, he played 208 games in the AHL and 50 games in Deutsche Eishockey Liga.

Jimmy Johnston (golfer)

Harrison Requa "Jimmy" Johnston was an American amateur golfer.

Harrison Reed (footballer)

Harrison James Reed is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Fulham on loan from Southampton.

Harrison Rieger

Harrison Joseph Rieger is an American professional basketball player for Juayua of the Liga Superior de Baloncesto de El Salvador. He competed for Moorestown High School and Camden County College.

Harrison R. Crandall

Harrison R. Crandall was an American photographer and painter known for his images of Grand Teton National Park.

Harrison R. Kincaid
Harrison R. Kincaid

Harrison Rittenhouse Kincaid was an American printer, journalist, Republican politician, and university regent who served as Oregon Secretary of State between 1895 and 1899.

Harrison Reed (politician)
Harrison Reed (politician)

Harrison Reed was an American editor and politician who had most of his political career in Florida. He was elected in 1868 as the ninth Governor of Florida, serving until 1873 during the Reconstruction era.

Harrison Thyng
Harrison Thyng

Brigadier General Harrison Reed Thyng was a fighter pilot and a general in the United States Air Force (USAF). He is notable as one of only six USAF fighter pilots to be recognized as an ace in two wars.

Harrison Rhodes
Harrison Rhodes

Harrison Rhodes is an American professional stock car racing driver. He last competed part-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, driving the Nos.

Harrison Report
Harrison Report

The Harrison Report was a July 1945 report carried out by United States lawyer Earl G. Harrison, as U.S. representative to the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees, into the conditions of the displaced persons camps in post-World War II Europe.Harrison's report was part of the impetus for the creation of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry regarding Mandatory Palestine, then under a British mandate, which was formed to recommend policies for dealing with both Jewish war refugees and the problems of Palestine.Following the completion of the report, Truman sent a copy to British Prime Minister Clement Attlee, with respect to Britain’s responsibility for Palestine. Truman wrote "On the basis of this and other information which has come to me I concur in the belief that no other single matter is so important for those who have known the horrors of concentration camps for over a decade as is the future of immigration possibilities into Palestine."The British responded negatively to the report; they blamed Zionist pressure for the report's conclusion regarding Palestine, and suggested that the United States should also take a share of the refugees.

Mika Nakashima

Mika Nakashima is a Japanese singer and actress. Five of her studio albums, one of her mini-albums and one of her compilation albums have reached number one in Japan's Oricon album chart.

George Nakashima
George Nakashima

George Katsutoshi Nakashima was an American woodworker, architect, and furniture maker who was one of the leading innovators of 20th century furniture design and a father of the American craft movement. In 1983, he accepted the Order of the Sacred Treasure, an honor bestowed by the Emperor of Japan and the Japanese government.

Nakajima

Nakajima is a Japanese name. It is also sometimes romanized as Nakashima and sometimes written as 中嶋.