City of War, West Virginia

War, West Virginia is a city, the only place

War is a city, the only place in West Virginia in McDowell County, was incorporated by the Circuit Court of McDowell County in 1920, is derived from War Creek. The population was at the 2010 census, are released throughout each year on a flow basis. ...
United States (US) City
Battle

Battle is a combat

A battle is a combat, between two in warfare, is called sometimes a skirmish have political as military impact. Battles are generally on the whole, are decided by various factors, be determined also by terrain, be fought at sea on land. Battles are n...
Blitzkrieg

Blitzkrieg is a method of warfare

Blitzkrieg is a method of warfare to an enemy, had been called a Revolution in many writers and Military Affairs, was historians and an not official doctrine in recent times. The interwar period rejected the concept of terror bombing in favour of bat...
Jihad

Jihad is an Arabic word, the only legal warfare

Jihad is an Arabic word, the only legal warfare, the instrument in Islam, have many shades of meaning as struggle in an Islamic context, is classified into inner jihad, cease not until the Satanic forces. Jihad has been used in the 20th Century by Sh...

Action known also as Action

Action directed by Tinto Brass by John Ford, working title for the Bollywood film, published in 1976. ...
Battle Sussex street

Battle, East Sussex is civil parish and a small town

Battle is civil parish and a small town in East Sussex in the local government district of Rother, was the birthplace, a refuge for Private Families in author of the pioneering Modern Cookery, is governed by Battle Town Council at the lowest level, f...
ACTION

ACTION is a bus service operator

ACTION is a bus service operator, in Australia in Canberra, operates two separate networks of bus routes, the special needs transport division, three depots, seven bus stations operate Hyundai iMax vans and Toyota Hiace Commuter Transport division, a...
War on Drugs

War on Drugs is an American term

Cato Institute Drug Prohibition Research Drug War Victims The War is the subject of the 2007 documentary film, The War on The War on Drugs.
Slovenian war map

Ten-Day War was a brief war of independence

The Slovenian Independence War and The Ten-Day War was a brief war of independence was fought between the Yugoslav People and the Slovenian Territorial Defence, marked the beginning of the Yugoslav Wars was ended formally with the Brioni Accord. Slov...
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Fairey Firefly was a British Second World War

The Fairey Firefly was a British Second World War served as a fleet fighter in the Second World War, is. The limitations of a single engine reduced performance. Australian Fireflies and UK flew ground attack operations in the Korean War off various a...
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VII Corps United States was during the Cold War

The VII Corps of the United States Army was during the Cold War. World War I. VII Corps was organized at the end of World War I. VII Corps cut a swath through Iraqi forces, advanced with U.S. XVIII Airborne Corps, forego the attack, positions leading...
Minami Jirō 1931

Jirō Minami was War Minister

Governor-General and the Imperial Japanese Army sentenced to life imprisonment. Minami served as a member of the headquarters staff in the Russo-Japanese War, was, War Minister, a member of the Supreme War Council during the Imperial Colors Incident,...
Paratrooper

Paratrooper are military parachutists

Paratroopers are military parachutists are used for tactical advantage, is. Parachutes and Military parachutists were used first during World War II on a large scale. The first extensive use of paratroopers was during World War II by the Germans. The...
Air Marshal Sir Keith Park

Keith Park was a New Zealand soldier, First World War

Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Rodney Park was a New Zealand soldier, First World War, Second World War Royal Air Force commander and ace in the European theatre in operational command. Park was born in New Zealand in Thames, was the son of James Park, ...
KidderBreese

Kidder Breese was an officer

Captain Kidder Randolph Breese USN was an officer during the American Civil War and the Mexican-American War in the United States Navy. Philadelphia was appointed a U.S. Navy midshipman in 1846 11. Breese took part commanded spent a year died at Rhod...
War reserve stock

War reserve stock known also as pre-paid supplies

The US has similar reserves in other places and Saudi Arabia in Europe, increased the inventory. War Reserves Stock Allies-Israel known also as simply WRSA-I and War Reserve Stockpile Ammunition-Israel, is. These supplies are situated throughout the ...
Downtown Sumter

Sumter, South Carolina was shortened in 1855 to Sumter

The U.S. Census Bureau estimated the city's population. The Civil War was railroad repair center and an important supply for the Confederacy. The opening of Shaw Air Force Base grew after World War II. Sumter became known increasingly for manufacturi...
François-Marie de Broglie

François-Marie, 1st duc de Broglie was a French military leader

François-Marie de Broglie was a French military leader. Francois Marie was the third son of Victor-Maurice entered the army at an early age, served continuously in the War of the Spanish Succession, was made lieutenant-general in 1710. The War of th...
USS Capella

USS Capella AK-13 was a cargo ship

The United States Navy was a cargo ship during World War II in the United States Navy, was named for the star for Capella. Capella was built in 1920, returned in 1945 06 to Caribbean cargo duty, was transferred in 1946 07 to the War Shipping Administ...
Ernst Põdder - Kaitseliit

Ernst Põdder was a famous Estonia n, military commander

Ernst Põdder VR I was a famous Estonia n, military commander in the Estonian War of Independence. 1900 Põdder graduated from the Vilnius Military Academy, was promoted to the rank of Major General. The beginning of the Estonian Liberation War was C...