A Military

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…Ẩn died in Ho Chi Minh City in a military hospital from complications of emphysema.

Fleeing the country by air, Knežević was based in Alexandria for a period, where he briefly commanded a battalion of Yugoslav Royal Guards formed with British assistance. He subsequently served as a military liaison officer between the…

… after allegedly refusing to retreat. Already renowned as a military leader, Żółkiewski’s heroic death further boosted his fame. He is seen as one of the most accomplished military commanders in the history of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

… different parties, and were usually associated with dancing. Returning topics of most of them are the Polish-Soviet War, drinking, looting, and women. They described a military unit in black humor, using derogatory terms and swear words.

… officers provided technical assistance to Croatian officers. On 29 November 1994, a Croatian delegation led by Šušak met in Pentagon with US representatives, including Secretary Perry and General Wesley Clark. A military cooperation between…

… transferred to the 1st Regiment of Algerian Gunners. On 1 April 1909 he was promoted to Lieutenant. On 25 September 1911 he transferred to the 4th Regiment of Algerian Gunners, and began a military expedition in Morocco the following June, a…

…Ştefan Odobleja was born into a family of peasants in 1902, in Valea Izvorului (now Ştefan Odobleja), Mehedinţi County, Romania. He attended the Faculty of Medicine in Bucharest and became a physician. He practiced medicine as a military doctor…

…Şerif Yenen was born into a middle-class family in the town of Ödemiş near Izmir in 1963. After completing middle school in Ödemiş, when he was fourteen, he passed the entrance exams and became a military student at the Kuleli Military…

… documents from 1108, where the gord is recorded as Suini in Poloniae. Possibly, soon after, the gord had been expanded into a military stronghold, at which time it was the seat of the castellans. The castle was mentioned in Pope Adrian IV’s Papal…

The general, a Pole by ethnicity but essentially a Soviet officer with a military record from the Spanish Civil War and a long Red Army war record, had been previously placed lower in the command structure than prewar Polish officers Berling and Rola-Żymierski.

… family moved to Yamaguchi Prefecture where there was a military base. He began to draw the array of military vehicles located there while also drawing a variety of subjects in different styles. Otsuka also collected cuttings of cartoon…

…Ōsugi still held military aspirations as a matter of practicality, since he had no other career ambitions. But a military career became impossible in 1906, when he was arrested during a demonstration-turned-riot against increasing trolley…

… 1918-1919, he served in Siberia with the expeditionary forces, and was appointed assistant military attaché in the Japanese embassy to the Weimar Republic. Promoted to major in January 1922, he served as a military attaché to Budapest and Vienna…

…Ōshima was born in Iwamura domain, Mino Province (currently part of Ena City in Gifu Prefecture). He graduated from the 4th class of the Imperial Japanese Army Academy in 1881, where he specialized in artillery. He was sent overseas as a military attaché and for studies to France and Prussia from 1891-1893.

… the Army Staff College, specializing in artillery. He was sent to Germany for further training from May 1888. After his return to Japan, Ōsako was assigned to the Koishikawa arsenal. He returned to Germany as a military attache, remaining until July 1893.

Europe as a military attaché. In November 1894, Ōdera was promoted to major general and made commander of the IJA 11th Infantry Regiment. While leading his troops during the Battle of Weihaiwei in the First Sino-Japanese War against the…

… 2006, with the new domestic terminal opening at around March 2014. It replaced Çiğli Air Base which is now used only as a military base.

…İnönü Military Quarter and War Museum (İnönü Karargah Binası ve Savaş Müzesi) is a military and war museum in Turkey.

Missionary, The Code is Broken”). Çınar’s identity as a military intelligence agent was revealed by Bugün in June 2008, which showed he had been paid by the Army since 1992.

…Đồng had done well as a military man. He had been recognized as a capable tactician by his superiors who continuously promoted him in the first 14 years of his military career. From a humble beginning as a plain soldier in 1939, he had steadily climbed the military ladder to the position of Lieutenant Colonel at the end of the First Indochina War.

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