James Buchanan - Übersetzung nach Englisch

James Buchanan - Übersetzung nach Englisch

James Buchanan         
  • ''President Buchanan and his Cabinet'', photograph by [[Mathew Brady]] (c. 1859).<br />From left to right: [[Jacob Thompson]], [[Lewis Cass]], [[John B. Floyd]], James Buchanan, [[Howell Cobb]], [[Isaac Toucey]], [[Joseph Holt]] and [[Jeremiah S. Black]]
  • Buchanan memorial, Washington, D.C.
  • 1856 Map of electoral votes
  • National Portrait Gallery]] in Washington, DC
  • Buchanan in his later years. {{circa}} mid-1860s
  • 1834 portrait of Buchanan at age 42–43 by [[Jacob Eichholtz]]
  • Henry Dexter]] at the National Portrait Gallery
  • [[John C. Breckinridge]], [[Vice President of the United States]] under Buchanan
  • Buchanan (second from the left) in Polk's cabinet, 1849
  • alt=Map of U.S. showing two kinds of Union states, two phases of secession and territories
  • The balance of free and slave states and territories in 1858, after the admission of [[Minnesota]]
  • James Buchanan's House, Wheatland.
  • William Rufus DeVane King]], Buchanan's roommate and speculated partner
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James Buchanan, (1791-1868) 15. Präsident der USA, Mitglied des US Senats
Diamond Jim Brady         
"Diamond" Jim Brady; "Diamond Jim" Brady; James Buchanan Brady; James B. Brady; Brady, Diamond Jim
n. Diamond Jim Brady, James Buchanan Brady, James "Diamond" Brady (1856-1917), amerikanischer Geschäftsmann Unternehmer und Philantrop
Pat Buchanan         
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  • Buchanan being interviewed in 2008
  • Buchanan at the [[Florida State Capitol]] in 1992
  • Buchanan in 1985
  • Logo used for Buchanan's 1992 and 1996 campaigns
  • Buchanan on July 12, 1969
  • Buchanan's wife Shelley in 1996
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Pat Buchanan, (1938 geboren) konservativer amerikanischer Journalist und Fernsehreporter, Mitglied der Reformpartei, Präsidenschaftswahlkandidat in den Jahren 1992 1996 und 2000


¦ abbreviation
1. Jamaica.
2. James (in biblical references).


James Buchanan
| term_start2 = March 10, 1845
Aussprachebeispiele für James Buchanan
1. And just about everyone agrees that James Buchanan should be
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2. the Embassy in London. The ambassador at that time would be, was James Buchanan. He was
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Beispiele aus Textkorpus für James Buchanan
1. Another ambassador to Russia, James Buchanan, also went on to the presidency.
2. History, I‘ll wager, will find Bush as inept as James Buchanan, on whose watch the Union broke up.
3. On this date: In 17'1, the 15th president of the United States, James Buchanan, was born in Franklin County, Pa.
4. In the 1860s, the House adopted a resolution censuring President James Buchanan for letting politics influence government contracts.
5. He was ranked last, at the end of a close race with James Buchanan, leaving behind him a shorn superpower.