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|World War I was a watershed in British military and social history, and even now |
its repercussions can still be felt. Women's ... The stalemate for which the war
became infamous had set in by winter 1914, and lasted until spring 1918. During
|Exploring the Human Side of War James I. Robertson Neil Kagan ... “If you tell me |
l phers than the Civil War. ... On New Yr.-ar's Day, H362, while must annies were
in winter eamp,Jack<on led his forces on a grueling march toward the Federal
stronghold at ... Jackson's aides could hardly mug In-vv Dirri/lnlfmni ' . . win'
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|Considered by many the greatest war novel of all time, All Quiet on the Western Front is Erich Maria Remarque’s masterpiece of the German experience during World War I. I am young, I am twenty years old; yet I know nothing of life but ...|
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built War ... Big money on fairs now, then south or in storerooms all winter. Supply
|The remains of the convoy, and General Krokow and his force, arrived on the |
same day at Keith's army. Prince Henery, who supported the efforts of the allies in
Saxony, by driving the French back across the Rhine, went again into winter ...
|In personnel it lost 51 killed and 81 wounded, while the Russian loss was only 8 |
killed and 27 woundedThe Swedish rowin ... These had been sent in Nassau-Sic
on to winter at Fredrikshanin, but had had to be kept outsi e the harbour, and ...
|3rd Oct[obe]r  Gov[ernmen]t has ordered 4,500 waggons <to be delivered |
via Bakar> of food for relief of dalmatia in winter. As the maximum clearance is 15
wag[gon]s a day, 300 days will be consumed before the food is delivered.
|Visited by delegates of Congress, 62, 137. Approbation of the discipline of, 70. Its |
security and inactivity, 84. See War, Continental Articles of. Difficulties in . in
danger of dissolution, 98. See Rifle Companies. Prepares for winter, 113, 115;
|ism] ' Let War and Discord ever cease, And all the world be hush'd in peace, And |
thou sole empress reign; ... In winter, at morn, how we wander'd away, In pursuit
both of pleasure and fame; How wearied ourselves, till the close of the day . ...
Then what nonsense to talk of the ruin of War, When such riches are coiu'd
without bullion I from far: \ Thus no one can tell what by War's won or lost I But the