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After the Union defeat at the First Battle of Bull Run and the retirement of the aged Winfield Scott in late 1861, Lincoln appointed Major General George B. McClellan general-in-chief of all the Union armies.
After this Confederate defeat at the Battle of Mill Springs, Davis sent Johnston a brigade and a few other scattered reinforcements, and he sent Gen. P. G. T.
After his government's defeat, Mackenzie remained Leader of the Opposition for another two years, until 1880.
After another defeat before Verona, Alaric left Italy, probably in 403.
After Ali ibn Yusuf's death in 1143, his son Tashfin ibn Ali lost ground rapidly before the Almohads, and in 1146 he was killed by a fall from a precipice while attempting to escape after a defeat near Oran.
* 1945 – World War II: Führerbunker: After learning that Soviet forces have taken Eberswalde without a fight, Adolf Hitler admits defeat in his underground bunker and states that suicide is his only recourse.
After defeat in 310 BC he took the desperate resolve of breaking through the blockade and attacking the enemy in Africa.
After arriving at the Tines homeworld and allying with Woodcarver to defeat Steel, Pham initiates the Countermeasure, which extends the " Slow Zone "the inner region of the galaxy where the highest technologies, such as artificial intelligence and superluminal travel, are impossible – by thousands of light-years to enclose the Blight.
After the Padres ' defeat at the hands of the Milwaukee Brewers on September 29, the Diamondbacks secured both the NL West title and home field advantage throughout the NL playoffs.
After the defeat at Ai, Joshua lamented before the Ark ( Josh.
After their first defeat at Eben-ezer, the Israelites had the Ark brought from Shiloh, and welcomed its coming with great rejoicing.
After the defeat of Zurich in the second Battle of Kappel in 1531, the victorious five Catholic cantons marched their troops into the Freie Ämter and reconverted them to Catholicism.
After the defeat of Paoli, the Comte de Marbeuf began to meet with some leading Corsicans to outline the shape of the future and enlist their assistance.
After engineering the defeat of a Liberal Reform Bill introduced by Gladstone in 1866, Disraeli and Derby introduced their own measure in 1867.
After Pompey's defeat former allies began to align themselves with Caesar as some came to believe the gods favored him, while for others it was simple self-preservation.
After their disastrous defeat at Blenheim in 1704, the next year brought France some respite.
After Duke Eudes's defeat, Aquitaine pledged allegiance formally to the new rising Carolingian dynasty, but still remained out of Frankish central rule until 768 ( Duke Waifer defeated ).
After the Helvetian defeat at Bibracte, the influential Aedui tribe allowed the Boii survivors to settle on their territory, where they occupied the oppidum of Gorgobina.
After the defeat there Douglas escaped, but left a number of his men either slain or captive, including his first cousin latterly the 3rd Earl of Douglas, Archibald the Grim.
After this defeat, Catus Decianus fled to Gaul.
After the defeat of the French Campaign in the Battle of the Nile, in 1801, the British Museum acquired more Egyptian sculpture and in 1802 King George III presented the Rosetta Stone – key to the deciphering of hieroglyphs.
After the defeat of the French forces under Napoleon at the Battle of the Nile in 1801, the Egyptian antiquities collected were confiscated by the British army and presented to the British Museum in 1803.
After the defeat of his liberal army at the Battle of Lircay on April 17, 1830, Freire, like O ' Higgins, went into exile in Peru.
After defeat by the Assyrians he fled to his protectors in Elam.
After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Eisenhower was assigned to the General Staff in Washington, where he served until June 1942 with responsibility for creating the major war plans to defeat Japan and Germany.

After and Howard
After the sun rises, the fake town is a perfect replica, right down to the orange roof on Howard Johnson's outhouse.
After its demise, he was struck by wanderlust and began the adventures chronicled by Howard, encountering skulking monsters, evil wizards, tavern wenches, and beautiful princesses.
" After the public's response to Bacall's debut performance in To Have and Have Not at the urging of director Howard Hawks production partner Charles K. Feldman, scenes were re-written to heighten the ' insolent ' quality that had intrigued critics and audiences in that film.
After 1996, Fraser was critical of the Howard Coalition government over foreign policy issues ( particularly Howard's alignment with the foreign policy of the Bush administration, which Fraser saw as damaging Australian relationships in Asia ).
After the franchise lost its 10, 000th game in 2007, its core of young players, including infielders Chase Utley, Ryan Howard, and Jimmy Rollins and pitcher Cole Hamels, responded by winning the National League East division title, but they were swept by the Colorado Rockies in the Division Series.
After Keating, some of the reforms of Fightback were implemented under the centre-right coalition government of John Howard, such as the GST.
After two more running plays, on third and four Griese threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to receiver Howard Twilley ( his only catch of the game ).
After reviewing the misunderstanding, Mayor Anthony Williams offered to reinstate Howard, who refused reinstatement for another job elsewhere in the mayor's government.
After the 1962 mid-term elections, Smith presented a documentary entitled, " The Political Obituary of Richard Nixon " as part of his Howard K. Smith: News and Comment ( 1962 – 1963 ) television series.
After Catherine Howard was beheaded, Anne and her brother, the Duke of Cleves, pressed the king to remarry her.
After 1803, Howard returned to Baltimore, where he avoided elected office but continued in public service and philanthropy as a leading citizen.
After this divorce, Henry marries the beautiful and ambitious Lady Katherine Howard ( Binnie Barnes ).
After months of stalemate, and using the money of his mistress, Harriet Howard, he staged a coup d ' état and seized dictatorial powers on 2 December 1851, the 47th anniversary of Napoleon I's crowning as Emperor ( hence another of Louis-Napoléon's nicknames: " The Man of December ", " l ' homme de décembre ").
After the execution of Catherine Howard, there were rumours that Wyatt's wife, Elizabeth, was a possibility for wife number six, despite the fact that she was still married to Wyatt.
After the formulation of a committee, and their research reported, seven institutions: Delaware State University, Howard University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Morgan State University, North Carolina A & T State University, North Carolina Central University and South Carolina State College agreed to become the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.
After many years, Mary Sperling — a close friend of Lazarus and the second-oldest of the Howard Families — joins the collective intelligence in order to escape thanatophobia ; whereupon Lazarus and many other Howards return to Earth.
Howard had earlier co-starred with Davis in the film adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham's book Of Human Bondage ( 1934 ) and later in the romantic comedy It's Love I'm After ( 1937 ) ( also co-starring Olivia de Havilland ).
After the season Howard Rollins, Anne-Marie Johnson and Geoffrey Thorne left the series.
After receiving his doctorate from Columbia University Teachers College in 1971, William Byrd taught at Howard University for several years.
After negotiations completed, Kassar called Howard Scott Warshaw on July 27, 1982 to commission him as developer of the video game.
After a fire burned much of the town, the name was changed to Taft in honor of William Howard Taft.
After several supporting roles, she was a lead performer in such films as Thousands Cheer ( 1943 ), Anchors Aweigh ( 1945 ) with Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly, and Show Boat ( 1951 ) and Kiss Me Kate ( 1953 ) ( both with Howard Keel ).
After the riots Howard had to leave the colony but was rewarded by the Crown with an appointment as Chief Justice of North Carolina at a salary of ₤ 1000.

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