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Land and liberty

Land and liberty may refer to: Land and Liberty Poland, a 19th-century Russian campaign for Polish independence, associated with the newspaper Kolokol and Alexandr Herzen Land and Freedom, a translation of Tierra y Libertad, a 1995 film directed ...

The Fighting Parson

John M. Chivington, American Methodist pastor who served as colonel in the United States Volunteers during the Colorado War and the New Mexico Campaigns of the American Civil War Frederick Wedge, American boxer and clergyman Pleasant Tackitt, Ame ...

Modern warfare (disambiguation)

Modern warfare generally refers to contemporary warfare as contrasted with previous methods. Aspects of modern warfare: Mechanized warfare Fourth-generation warfare Industrial warfare Napoleonic Wars 18th-century warfare Early modern warfare Tota ...

Power surge

Power surge or Powersurge may refer to: Power Surge water ride, a former amusement water ride at Six Flags Fiesta Texas "Power Surge", a song by Jag Panzer from their Mechanized Warfare album "Power Surge", a Nova episode Voltage spike Power excu ...

327th

327th may refer to: 327th Signal Battalion United States Airborne provided worldwide rapidly deployable signal support for the Joint Task Force Headquarters 327th Tank Battalion United States, the mechanized unit that engaged in tank warfare in W ...

World Conquest (play-by-mail game)

World conquest was a play by mail game published for play in 1988 by Prime Time Simulations. It was an "operational level game of land, sea and air warfare".

Azizabad

Azizabad, Abarkuh, a village in Abarkuh County Azizabad, Bafq, a village in Bafq County

Duleep Wickramanayake

Major General Duleep Justin De Sliva Wickramanayake was a Sri Lankan military leader, he served as the Director Operations and Training of the Sri Lanka Army. Born in Colombo, Wickramanayake was educated at Ananda Balika Primary School and at Ana ...

Second War

Second Opium War 1856–1860 Second Congo War 1998-2004 Second Sudanese Civil War 1983–2005 Second Gulf War, one of three wars in the last two decades of the twentieth century and in the first decade of the twenty-first century Second Seminole War ...

Anglo-Spanish War

Anglo-Spanish War refers to: Anglo-Spanish War 1585–1604 Anglo-Spanish War 1762–1763 - part of the Seven Years War Anglo-Spanish War 1654–1660 - part of the Franco-Spanish War Anglo-Spanish War 1727–1729 War of Jenkins Ear 1739-1748 - later merge ...

Spanish War

The Spanish War may refer to: Any one of the Anglo-Spanish Wars War of the Spanish Succession, a war fought among several European powers against the Kingdoms of France, Spain, and the Electorate of Bavaria. Any one of the Franco-Spanish Wars Spa ...

Chevalier de La Regle (French Navy officer)

Du Pas joined the Navy as a Garde-Marine on 19 January 1757. He was promoted to Lieutenant on 4 April 1777, and to Captain on 15 September 1782. La Regle arrived in the Indian Ocean with the first wave of reinforcements set there after Suffren to ...

Naya Muluk

Naya Muluk is a geographical region of Nepal, which is situated western-south part in Nepal. The Terai land between Kali River to Rapti River called "Naya Muluk" after 1860.

Lahore (disambiguation)

Lahore, Virginia, a small town in Orange County, Virginia in the United States

Battle of Cape St. Vincent

Battle of Cape St. Vincent may refer to: Battle of Cape St. Vincent 1681, a victory of a Spanish fleet over a Brandenburguese squadron Battle of Cape St. Vincent 1337, a victory of a Castilian fleet over a Portuguese fleet Battle of Cape St. Vinc ...

Battle of Santa Cruz

Battle of Santa Cruz may refer to: Battle of Santa Cruz 1899, during the Philippine–American War at Santa Cruz, Laguna, Philippines Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands 1942, during World War II between U.S. and Japanese forces in the Pacific theater ...

Bush War

The Bush War may refer to: The South African Border War, also known as the Angola Bush War or the Namibian War of Independence, a conflict from 1966 to 1989 in South-West Africa now Namibia and Angola The Ugandan Bush War, a guerrilla war in Ugan ...

National Liberation Front

National Liberation Front may refer to: National Liberation Front of Venezuela NLFV Venezuela National Liberation Front Peru FLN, Peruvian political party National Liberation Front of Corsica FLNC, French Militant Group operating in Corsica Natio ...

Burgundian

Burgundian can refer to any of the following: The Modern Burgundian language Oïl, an Oïl language also known as Bourguignon spoken in the region of Burgundy, France. Burgundian party, a political faction in early 15th century during the Hundred Y ...

Battle of Adrianople (disambiguation)

The Battle of Adrianople, in which Gothic rebels defeated the Eastern Roman Empire, was the main battle of the Gothic War. Battle of Adrianople may also refer to: Siege of Adrianople 378, an unsuccessful siege by the Goths following the Battle of ...

Baquedano

Fernando Baquedano, Chilean military, father of Manuel Baquedano. Manuel Baquedano, Chilean military during the War of the Pacific and provisional chief of government after the 1891 civil war.

Juan Martin Echenique

Juan Martin Echenique y Tristan was a Peruvian politician and soldier who served as the Mayor of Lima from 1898 to 1899. His father, Jose Rufino Echenique was the 23rd President of Peru. During his military career, Juan fought for Peru during the ...

Franga Plateau

The Frangen Plateau occupies the easternmost part of the Danubian Plain. To the south and east it descends steeply to the Black Sea and the Varna Plain. To the northeast and north its slopes descend smoothly to the valley of Batova River, which s ...

Macara (disambiguation)

Macara is a city in Ecuador. Macara may also refer to: Places Macara River, which forms part of the border between Ecuador and Peru Macara Canton, a canton of Ecuador People Macara baronets Robert Macara 1759–1815, British Army officer of the Nap ...

Federal Hill

Federal Hill may refer to: In Malaysia: Federal Hill, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia In the United States: Federal Hill, a mansion featured on Kentuckys State Quarter and the centerpiece of My Old Kentucky Home State Park in Bardstown, Kentucky Federal H ...

Fitna

Fitna may refer to: Fitna word, an Arabic word, meaning "sedition" The Third Fitna 744–750/752 CE, including the Umayyad civil wars and the Abbasid Revolution Fitnat al-Wahhabiyya, a short book about Wahhabism by Ahmad Zaini Dahlan The Second Fit ...

Abdallah ibn Abd al-Rahman ibn Muawiyah ibn Hudayj al-Tujibi

Abdallah ibn Abd al-Rahman ibn Muawiyah ibn Hudayj al-Tujibi was a governor of Egypt for the Abbasid Caliphate, from 769 to 772.

Siege of Tournai

The Siege of Tournai may refer to: Siege of Tournai 1197: The Count of Flanders and Hainault, Baldwin VI of Hainaut unsuccessfully besieged it. Siege of Tournai 1213: Infante Ferdinand, husband of Jeanne, Countess of Flanders, besieged and took t ...

Hawkesbury

Geography Hawkesbury Island, Queensland, an island in Australia Hawkesbury Island, an island in British Columbia, Canada Hawkesbury River, a river in New South Wales, Australia Settlements Hawkesbury Village, a village in Warwickshire, England, U ...

Geneva Accord

Geneva Accord may refer to: Geneva Accords 1988, a settlement that concerned Afghanistan Geneva Statement on Ukraine, an agreement to de-escalate the 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine Geneva Initiative 2003, a peace plan in the Israeli-Palestini ...

Battle of Thermopylae (disambiguation)

The Battle of Thermopylae was a battle fought in 480 BC during the Persian Wars. Battle of Thermopylae may also refer to: Battle of Thermopylae 323 BC, a battle during the Lamian War between a coalition of Greek cities under Leosthenes and a Mace ...

Martin-Hubert Rutten

Rutten was born in Geistingen, in the Belgian province of Limburg, on 18 December 1841, and was educated at the minor seminary in Sint-Truiden and the Diocesan Seminary of Liege. He was ordained to the priesthood on 28 April 1867, and taught math ...

French corvette Dauphine (1773)

Dauphine was launched in June 1773 at Ile Bourbon and commissioned under Ferron du Quengo. She was part of a squadron under Kerguelen-Tremarec, also comprising the 64-gun Roland and the 32-gun frigate Oiseau, under Captain de Saulx de Rosnevet. T ...

Herbert Fuller Wernham

Herbert Fuller Wernham was a British botanist, who from 1909 to 1929 worked at the British Museum, as an assistant in the Botany department. From 1911-1921 he published extensively on tropical plants and many genera, retiring in 1921 due to ill h ...

2011 Mackay Cutters season

The 2011 Mackay Cutters season was the fourth in the clubs history. Coached by Anthony Seibold and captained by Grant Rovelli, they competed in the QRLs Intrust Super Cup. The club missed the finals in 2011, finishing the season in ninth.

Siege of Shkoder

The Siege of Scutari 1912-1913 by the Kingdom of Montenegro and the Kingdom of Serbia during the First Balkan War The Siege of Shkodra 1478-1479 by the Ottoman Empire during the Ottoman–Venetian War 1463-1479 The Siege of Shkodra 1474 by the Otto ...

Holy League

Holy League may refer to: Holy League 1717, allying the Papal States to Portugal, Venice and Malta against the Ottoman Empire and which resulted in the Battle of Matapan Holy League 1684, composed of the Holy Roman Empire, Poland-Lithuania and th ...

Battle of Patras

Battle of Patras or Siege of Patras can refer to one of a number of military engagements at or near the city of Patras in the northwestern Peloponnese in Greece: Battle of Patras 1822, naval battle between the Ottoman and Greek fleets during the ...

Battle of Corinth

Siege of Corinth April–June 1862, in Mississippi, U.S. also known as the First Battle of Corinth Battle of Nemea 394 BC, also known as the Battle of Corinth, during the Corinthian War in ancient Greece Second Battle of Corinth October 1862, in Mi ...

Humaita (disambiguation)

Humaita, Porto Alegre, a district in the town of Porto Alegre, Brazil Humaita, Rio Grande do Sul, a town in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul Humaita, Rio de Janeiro, a residential district in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Humaita Airport, servin ...

Club 29 de Setiembre

Club 29 de Setiembre F.B.C., commonly referred to as Club 29 de Setiembre, is a Paraguayan professional football club based in the Barrio Molino in the city of Luque, which is active in the Primera Division B. The club was founded on 30 April 1941.

Boqueron

Boqueron may refer to: Boqueron Department, Paraguay Boqueron, Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico Boqueron, Cuba El Boqueron Honduras, a mountain El Boqueron El Salvador, a volcano Boqueron, Chiriqui, Panama Battle of Boqueron 1932 of the Chaco War Boqueron ...

Evangelical Union

Evangelical Union can refer to: Protestant Union, a coalition of Protestant German states in the 17th century Evangelical Union Scotland, a religious phenomenon in Scotland A union between Lutheran and Reformed Churches, e.g. Prussian Union Unive ...

Siege of Smolensk

Siege of Smolensk can refer to several battles: Siege of Smolensk 1613–1617 during the Polish–Muscovite War 1605–1618 Siege of Smolensk 1502 during Muscovite–Lithuanian War 1500–1503 Siege of Smolensk 1632–1633 during the Smolensk War 1632–1634 S ...

Battle of Courtrai

The Battle of Courtrai or Battle of Kortrijk may refer to: Battle of Courtrai 1580, between Spanish Troops and Catholics during the Eighty Years War Battle of Courtrai 1815, battle during the Hundred Days of the War of the Seventh Coalition Battl ...

Invasion of the Netherlands

There have been multiple military invasions of the Netherlands or its predecessor states, including: The culmination of the Flanders Campaign 1794–95, invasion by France during the War of the First Coalition Anglo-Russian invasion of Holland 1799 ...

Aragonese

Aragonese or Aragones may refer to: the Navarro-Aragonese language, a Romance language spoken in the Middle Ages in parts of the Ebro basin and Middle Pyrenees the Aragonese people, those originating from or living in the historical region of Ara ...

Sport in Sicily

Sport in Sicily developed at a high level only from the second post-war period onwards, although there is no lack of examples between the two wars, with different clubs in the major Italian leagues. The first championship in the national team cha ...

Battle of Nola

The Battle of Nola may refer to the following engagements at Nola, near Naples in Italy: The 2nd Battle of Nola 215 BC The 1st Battle of Nola 216 BC The 3rd Battle of Nola 214 BC Three battles of the Second Punic War, in all of which Hannibal att ...

Henri-Louis Manceron

He entered the Ecole Navale Naval School in October 1864 and graduated as a aspirant 2nd class in August 1866. 1st class midshipman October 1867, he embarked on the Jean Bart in then on the horse transport Aveyron and was appointed ensign in Octo ...