Elected General Secretary

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33rd Infantry Division (Wehrmacht) - Commanders
... Ritter von Speck April 29, 1940 Generalleutnant Rudolf Sintzenich November 1, 1940 General Friedrich Kühn March 22, 1941 Generalleutnant Heinrich von Prittwitz und Gaffron April 13, 1941 General Hans-Karl Freiherr ...
Janet Reno - Attorney General
... and confirmed as the first woman to serve as the United States Attorney General ... Reno remained Attorney General for the rest of Clinton's presidency, making her the longest-serving Attorney General since William Wirt in 1829 ...
Secretariat Of The Central Committee Of The Communist Party Of The Soviet Union - Members of The Secretariat 1917–1991
... candidate members) 16 March 1919 Sverdlov dies 25 March 1919 Stasova elected Chief Secretary by the Central Committee November 1919 Nikolai Krestinsky added becomes Chief Secretary 5 April ... Moskvin removed 10 February 1934 Andrei Zhdanov, Kaganovich, Sergei Kirov, Stalin The term General Secretary is no longer used Stalin remains the de facto leader of the Secretariat 1 December 1934 Kirov ... Mikhaylov, Pegov, Ponomarenko, Stalin, Suslov, Khrushchev The titleGeneral Secretary is formally abolished 5 March 1953 Stalin dies 5 March 1953 Brezhnev, Ignatov, Pegov and Panteleimon Ponomarenko replaced by ...
Janet Reno
... Janet Wood Reno (born July 21, 1938), served as the Attorney General of the United States, from 1993 to 2001 ... She was the first woman to serve as Attorney General and the second longest serving Attorney General after William Wirt ...

Famous quotes containing the words secretary, elected and/or general:

    ... the wife of an executive would be a better wife had she been a secretary first. As a secretary, you learn to adjust to the boss’s moods. Many marriages would be happier if the wife would do that.
    Anne Bogan, U.S. executive secretary. As quoted in Working, book 1, by Studs Terkel (1973)

    My case is thrown exclusively upon the independent voters of this county, and if elected they will have conferred a favor upon me, for which I shall be unremitting in my labors to compensate.
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

    Everyone confesses in the abstract that exertion which brings out all the powers of body and mind is the best thing for us all; but practically most people do all they can to get rid of it, and as a general rule nobody does much more than circumstances drive them to do.
    Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811–1896)