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  1. The Citadel es el décimo episodio de la primera temporada de la serie estadounidense de drama y ciencia ficción The Tomorrow People. El episodio fue escrito por Jeff Rake y Grainne Godfree y dirigido por Eagle Egilsson. Fue estrenado el 15 de enero de 2014 en Estados Unidos por la cadena The CW. Después de volver del limbo, Stephen cree que tiene una pista sobre lo que le sucedió a su padre pero los Chicos del mañana no están tan seguros de creerle y toman una decisión ...

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    • Temporada 1, Episodio 10
    • Jeff Rake y Grainne Godfree
  2. La ciudadela es una película de 1938 basado en la novela homónima de A. J. Cronin de 1937. La película fue dirigida por King Vidor y fue nominada a 4 categorías de los Oscar: mejor película, mejor actor ( Robert Donat ), mejor dirección y mejor guion adaptado. Índice 1 Argumento 2 Reparto 3 Premios y nominaciones 4 Referencias 5 Enlaces externos

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    The Citadel traces its origins to an arsenal constructed by the state of South Carolina to defend white Charlestonians against possible slave uprisings following Denmark Vesey's thwarted rebellion of 1822. The school was founded by an act of the state legislature in 1842 as the South Carolina Military Academy it originally consisted of the Citadel ...


    During the 2002–03 academic year, The Citadel reorganized its existing departments into five schools, each headed by a dean. The schools comprise Business; Education; Engineering; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Science and Mathematics.

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    In addition to the Corps of Cadets residential day military program, The Citadel offers several degree options to non-cadets, such as targeting active duty military, veterans, and civilians in both classroom and distance-learning online settings.


    1. In 2022, for the twelfth consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report ranked The Citadel highest among Master's Degree offering public institutions in the "Regional Universities – South" category and second out of all 136 universities (public and private) in the same category; the school was also ranked first in Best College for Veterans, sixth in Best Undergraduate Teaching, and tenth in Most Innovative Schools (all within the “Regional Universities – South” category). defined as those inst...

    Undergraduate students desiring to join the South Carolina Corps of Cadets must meet physical fitness and SAT/ACT testing standards for acceptance. On occasion, waivers to height/weight standards can be granted upon successful completion of the physical training test. On most days, cadets have both morning and afternoon physical (fitness) training,...

    The Citadel competes in NCAA Division I and has been a member of the Southern Conference since 1936; the school mascot is the Bulldog. Men's intercollegiate sports are football, basketball, baseball, wrestling, cross country, indoor and outdoor track, rifle, tennis, and golf; women's intercollegiate sports are volleyball, soccer, cross country, ind...

    The Citadel sits on a 300-acre (120 ha) tract of land on the Ashley River just to the northwest of downtown Charleston. There are 27 buildings, built in a Spanish Moorish style, grouped around a 10-acre (4.0 ha) grass parade ground. The buildings around the parade ground include ten classroom buildings, an administration building, five barracks, me...

    The Citadel has produced distinguished alumni in a variety of career fields. Well known graduates include former U.S. Ambassador to Brazil Langhorne A. Motley, longtime U.S. Senator Ernest "Fritz" Hollings, best-selling authors Pat Conroy and Robert Jordan, football commentator Paul Maguire, NFL player and coach Stump Mitchell, Space Shuttle astron...

    A thinly veiled depiction of The Citadel provides the background for Calder Willingham's novel End as a Man (1947) and the film adaptation, The Strange One(1957).
    Pat Conroy's 1980 novel The Lords of Discipline was based on Conroy's experience as a cadet at The Citadel during the 1960s and on his research of other military schools. The novel outraged many of...
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    1937 novel by A. J. Cronin The Citadel First edition AuthorA. J. Cronin CountryUnited Kingdom LanguageEnglish Published1937 Gollancz Little, Brown Media typePrint Pages446 pp. ISBN0-450-01041-4 The Citadel is a novel by A. J. Cronin, first published in 1937, which was groundbreaking in its treatment of the contentious theme of medical ethics. It ha...

    In October 1924, Andrew Manson, an idealistic, newly qualified doctor, arrives from Scotland to work as assistant to Doctor Page in the small Welsh mining town of Drineffy. He quickly realises that Page is unwell and disabled and that he has to do all the work for a meagre wage. Shocked by the unsanitary conditions he discovers, Manson works to imp...

    The novel is of interest because of its portrayal of a voluntary contribution medical association which is based on the Tredegar Medical Aid Society for which Cronin worked for a time in the 1920s, and which in due course became the inspiration for the National Health Service as established under Aneurin Bevan. The Citadel was extremely popular in ...

    The novel was made into a 1938 film with Robert Donat, Rosalind Russell, Ralph Richardson and Rex Harrison, and television versions include one American, two British, and two Italian adaptations of the novel. There are also three film adaptations of the novel in Indian languages: Tere Mere Sapne in Hindi, Jiban Saikate in Bengali and Madhura Swapna...

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    British TV series or program The Citadel Directed byPeter Jefferies Mike Vardy StarringBen Cross Clare Higgins Tenniel Evans Gareth Thomas Music byMichael Stuckey Country of originUnited Kingdom No. of episodes10 Production Running time50 mins Release Original networkBBC1 Original release20 January – 24 March 1983 The Citadel is a 1983 BBC televisi...

    Episode 1: Dr. Andrew Manson, a 24 year old Scottish doctor newly qualified from St. Andrew's Medical School, travels to his first professional appointment – medical assistant to General Practitioner Dr. Page in Drineffy, a fictitious Welsh mining community. Dr. Page's sister Blodwen is managing her brother's practice as, to Andrew's horror, Dr. Pa...

    The program was partly filmed on location in Tredegar, Wales, where A. J. Cronin practised as a doctor with the Tredegar Medical Aid Society prior to writing the novel, as well as in Merthyr Tydfil, Garlane House in Beaufort, Blaenau Gwent, in Wales and Prague. His experience with the Tredegar Medical Aid Society shaped the "Aberalaw" section of th...

    Writing for The New York Times, John J. O'Connor noted "Manson is played to grim but winning perfection by Ben Cross", and wrote the series "holds up remarkably well as a story and drama."

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