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At the Second Siege of Saragossa, he won further promotion to the rank of captain, and in 1809-1810 found opportunities for winning distinction under Suchet in the eastern theatre of the Peninsular War, in which he rose to the rank of major and the command of a full regiment.
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At the close of the Second World War the British government announced its intention to abolish the penal settlement.
At the time of Jesus, there was no single, coherent form or order within Second Temple Judaism, and significant political, social and religious differences existed among the Jews.
At the conclusion of Second Coming Professor X is seen surveying the aftermath of the battle from a helicopter.
At the outset of the Second World War, Thomas was worried about conscription and referred to his ailment as " an unreliable lung ".
At the Second International Interlanguage Congress, held in Geneva in 1931, IALA began to break new ground ; 27 recognized linguists signed a testimonial of support for IALA's research program.
At its core, the Tanakh is an account of the Israelites ' relationship with God from their earliest history until the building of the Second Temple ( c. 535 BCE ).
* 2006 – Lebanon War: At least 28 civilians, including 16 children are killed by the Israeli Air Force in what Lebanese call the Second Qana massacre and what Israel considers to be an attempt to stop rockets ' being fired, from Lebanon, at Israeli civilian targets.
At the Second Battle of Bull Run ( Second Manassas ), Stuart's cavalry followed the massive assault by Longstreet's infantry against Pope's army, protecting its flank with artillery batteries.
At the time NRA president Sandra Froman said, " When these Bush Administration officials affirmed that the Second Amendment protects an individual right, the enemies of freedom were outraged because they fear the Second Amendment for what it really is – a shield against oppression.
* A Second Look in the Rearview Mirror: Further Autobiographical Reflections of a Philosopher At Large ( 1992 )
") At the outbreak of the Second World War, Foot volunteered for military service, but was rejected because of his chronic asthma.
" At the Second Conference of the party, the majority of members, maybe up to 60 percent, were radical socialists.
* 202 BC – Second Punic War: At the Battle of Zama, Roman legions under Scipio Africanus defeat Hannibal Barca, leader of the army defending Carthage.
* 1942 – World War II: Second Battle of El Alamein: – At El Alamein in northern Egypt, the British Eighth Army under Field Marshal Montgomery begins a critical offensive to expel the Axis armies from Egypt.
At the Second Hague Peace Conference in 1907, a draft convention for a permanent Court of Arbitral Justice was written, although disputes and other pressing business at the Conference meant that such a body was never established, owing to difficulties agreeing on a procedure to select the judges.
At the start of the 1949-50 season, he was still in the Second XI, but when the Test players departed for a tour of South Africa soon afterwards, vacancies opened up.
At the highest level, five Numbered Air Forces served within the command at various times, the Second Air Force, Eighth Air Force, Fifteenth Air Force, Sixteenth Air Force, and briefly, in 1991 – 92, the Twentieth Air Force.
At the end of the Second World War, the European powers found themselves too weakened to maintain their empires.
At the Second Vatican Council ( 1962 – 1965 ) the debate on papal primacy and authority re-emerged, and in the Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium, the Roman Catholic Church's teaching on the authority of the Pope, bishops and councils was further elaborated.
* January 24 – The Second Boer War: At the Battle of Spion Kop, Boer troops defeat the British Army.
At the time, it was known as the Year of the Second Consulship of Octavian and Agrippa ( or, less frequently, year 727 Ab urbe condita ).
At the time, it was known as the Second year after the Consulship of Lampadius and Probus ( or, less frequently, year 1285 Ab urbe condita ).
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At the Siege of Bayonne in October 1131, three years before his death, he published a will leaving his kingdom to three autonomous religious orders based in Palestine and politically largely independent on the pope, the Knights Templars, the Hospitallers, and the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre, whose influences might have been expected to cancel one another out.
At the beginning, there was ambivalence in Nova Scotia, " the 14th American Colony " as some called it, over whether the colony should join the Americans in the war against Britain and rebellion flared at the Battle of Fort Cumberland and the Siege of Saint John ( 1777 )).
* 1863 – American Civil War: Battle of Missionary Ridge – At Missionary Ridge in Tennessee, Union forces led by General Ulysses S. Grant break the Siege of Chattanooga by routing Confederate troops under General Braxton Bragg.
At the second Siege of Przemysl, the Austro-Hungarian garrison showed an excellent knowledge of siege warfare, not only waiting for relief, but sending sorties into Russian lines and employing an active defense that resulted in the capture of the Russian General Lavr Kornilov.
* November 25 – American Civil War – Battle of Missionary Ridge: At Missionary Ridge in Tennessee, Union forces led by General Ulysses S. Grant break the Siege of Chattanooga by routing Confederate troops under General Braxton Bragg.
At the joint request of the German authorities and the Strasbourg Comité de Secours, she superintended the supplying of work to the poor of Strasbourg in 1871, after the Siege of Paris, and in 1872 had charge of the public distribution of supplies to the destitute people of Paris.
At the Siege of Rouen ( May – October 1562 ), the crown regained the city, but Antoine de Navarre died of his wounds.
At the time of the Siege of Boston, the Continental Army at Cambridge, Massachusetts, in June 1775, is estimated to have numbered from 14-16, 000 men from New England ( though the actual number may have been as low as 11, 000 because of desertions ).
At the outbreak of the War of the Polish Succession, Saxe served under Marshal the Duke of Berwick, and for a brilliant exploit at the Siege of Philippsburg he was named lieutenant-general.
At intervals came from his studio such pieces as The Red Cross Knight, Abraham Offering up Isaac, Hagar and Ishmael in the Wilderness, The Death of Major Peirson, The Arrest of Five Members of the Commons by Charles the First, The Siege of Gibraltar, The Surrender of Admiral DeWindt to Lord Camperdown, The Offer of the Crown to Lady Jane Grey by the Dukes of Northumberland and Suffolk, The Resurrection, and others.
At the Siege of Louisbourg, General Jeffery Amherst ordered his regiments to create light infantry companies.
At the Battle of Crécy, he was one of the principal commanders in the van under the Prince of Wales and he, afterwards, served at the Siege of Calais in 1346-7.
At around this time, the Siege of Gezer ( c. 733 BC ), 20 miles west of Jerusalem, is recorded on a stone relief at the Assyrian royal palace in Nimrud
At the Siege of Brescia in 1512, Bayard led a wedge of dismounted men-at-arms against the defenders, himself at its tip.
* " The World Turned Upside Down " by Leon Rosselson, 1975, a song about the Diggers and their activities on St. George's Hill in 1649 ; this song was performed by Billy Bragg on his Between the Wars EP, 1985 ; by Dick Gaughan on Handful of Earth, 1981 ; by Chumbawumba on the b-side of their single " Timebomb ," 1993 ; by Attila the Stockbroker with Barnstormer on The Siege of Shoreham, 1996 ; by Oysterband on their albums Shouting End of life and Alive and Shouting, 1995 and 1996 ; by Clandestine, a Houston-based Celtic group, on their To Anybody At All album, 1999 ; by the Fagans, an Australian folk group, on their album, Turning Fine, 2002 ; and by Seattle Celt-rock band Coventry on the album Red Hair and Black Leather, 2005.
At the Siege of Port Hudson, the Confederate forces surrendered on July 9, 1863, and Beall was taken as a prisoner of war.
At the time of Warren's death, his children were staying with his fiancee, Mercy Scollay, in Worcester as refugees from the Siege of Boston.
At the time of the Siege of Rouen ( July 1418 – January 1419 ), the city had a population of 70, 000, making it one of the leading cities in France, and its capture crucial to the Normandy campaign during the Hundred Years ' War.
At the outbreak of the First World War, Hood's experience with coastal operations recommended him to serve with a small flotilla of Humber class monitors on the Belgian coast, bombarding German positions and troop formations during the Siege of Antwerp and then the Battle of the Yser, assisting Belgian forces to hold the coastline during the Race for the Sea.
At the Siege of Savannah in 1779, American and French troops ( the latter including a company of free blacks from Haiti ) fought unsuccessfully to retake the city.
At the time, Colonel Stark was the senior commander of the New Hampshire men who had marched to the Siege of Boston.
At the Siege of Sevastopol ( 1854 – 1855 ) during the Crimea War the French called a strategic hillock ( location: 44. 60048 N, 33. 55606 E ) the Mamelon.
At about the same time super-sized bombards were phased out in Western Europe, the technology was transmitted to the Ottoman army by Orban, a Hungarian gunfounder, on the occasion of the Siege of Constantinople in 1453.
At E3 2010 it was announced that Obsidian would be developing Dungeon Siege III for Square Enix ; the game was released in 2011.