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A military commander is a person who was in command of a set of forces during a military conflict.
A military person is one who has served in an Armed Force. For more information, please see the Freebase wiki page on Military Person.
Chivalric orders are orders of knights that were created by European monarchs in imitation of the military orders of the Crusades. After the crusades, the memory of these crusading military orders became idealised and romanticised, resulting in the late medieval notion of chivalry, and is reflected in the Arthurian romances of the time.
United States politicians who have a biography in the Congressional Biographies. This includes Senators and Representatives as well as Territorial Delegates and Resident Commissioners from some territories such as Puerto Rico.The Web Links section on each topic page links back to the biography itself. The THOMAS ID is also used to identify legislators in the XML version of bills posted at http://thomas.loc.gov maintained by the Library of Congress.
A judge is a public official with the authority to pass judgements on issues brought before a court of law.
A military post is a location (such as a base or a ship) to which military personnel have been assigned.
National anthems, past and present, of countries (past and present) should use this type. With this type, you can enter not only the country (or countries) that use the song as an anthem, but the dates during which the song was the anthem. Because this type includes the type composition, you can also enter data about the composer, lyricist, etc.
The general election type is for elections in which more than one office is being contested (e.g., mayor and sheriff, or an entire legislature). General elections can include other general elections. These included elections can be for different bodies, such as two houses in a bicameral legislature, or can be for general elections at a more local level, so that a national general election might include state or province-level general elections (presuming that they are held at the same time), which might in turn include general elections for local government.Election Contests are for the individual races of a general election; there can be a very large number of these, if necessary. For example, the general election for a legislature with 200 seats in which all seats are up for election might have 200 contests.
A military unit is any division of an Armed Force. Common terms for military units include (but are not limited to) division, battalion, brigade, regiment, unit, fleet, wing, squadron, company, and field army. This type includes specific named military units, rather than general types of military units. For more information, please see the Freebase wiki page on military unit.
A courthouse is any building that houses, or has housed, a court of law. It can be a dedicated structure, or one which serves many functions, one of which is to house a court of law.
A Noble person is an individual with state-privileged status who holds a title of nobility. The term originally referred to those who were "known" or "notable" and was applied to the highest social class in pre-modern societies. In the feudal system (in Europe and elsewhere), the nobility were generally those who held a fief, often land or office, under vassalage, i.e., in exchange for allegiance and various, mainly military, services to the Monarch and at lower levels to another nobleman. It rapidly came to be seen as a hereditary caste, sometimes associated with a right to bear a hereditary title and, for example in pre-revolutionary France, enjoying fiscal and other privileges. While noble status formerly conferred significant privileges, today, in most Western countries, noble status is a purely honorary dignity. In the United Kingdom, where some peerage titles, until recently, guaranteed a seat in the Upper House of the Parliament, there are still some residual privileges.Nobility is a historical, social and often legal notion, distinct from socio-economic status which is mainly based on income and possessions. Being wealthy or influential does not automatically make one a noble, nor are all nobles wealthy and influential (aristocratic families have lost their fortunes in various ways, and the concept of the 'poor nobleman' is almost as old as nobility itself).