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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.
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At and outbreak
At the outbreak of the Civil War, Johnston was the commander of the U. S. Army Department of the Pacific in California.
* 2011 – At least 300 people killed in deadliest tornado outbreak in the Southern United States since the 1974 Super Outbreak.
At this critical moment, the Roman army was crippled by the outbreak of a second smallpox pandemic, the plague of Cyprian ( 251-70 ).
At the outbreak of war, the German army had no radically new theory of war named Blitzkrieg or otherwise.
At the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950, rather than waiting for the draft, he volunteered for the U. S. Army to have some choice in assignments.
At the outbreak of World War II he volunteered for the Royal Air Force, but was unable to serve because of a childhood illness.
At the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, the Italian political left became severely split over its position on the war.
At the outbreak of World War I, Lang returned to Vienna and volunteered for military service in the Austrian army and fought in Russia and Romania, where he was wounded three times.
At the outbreak of war, Italy had seized the chance to occupy the southern half of Albania, to avoid it being captured by the Austro-Hungarians.
At the outbreak of World War II, IALA's research activities were moved from Liverpool to New York, where E. Clark Stillman established a new research staff.
At the outbreak of World War I in 1914, he was sent to Ruma, where he was arrested for anti-war propaganda and imprisoned in the Petrovaradin fortress.
At the outbreak of war in August 1914, the governors of British East Africa ( as the Protectorate was generally known ) and German East Africa agreed a truce in an attempt to keep the young colonies out of direct hostilities.
At the outbreak of World War I, Weber, aged 50, volunteered for service and was appointed as a reserve officer and put in charge of organising the army hospitals in Heidelberg, a role he fulfilled until the end of 1915.
At the outbreak of World War II he applied to become a war artist for he was keen to put his skills at the service of his country.
") At the outbreak of the Second World War, Foot volunteered for military service, but was rejected because of his chronic asthma.
At the time it was not known how cholera was transmitted, but physician John Snow suspected contaminated water and had the handle of the public pump he suspected removed ; the outbreak then subsided.
At the head of this band of dissenters was an apostate who had denied the Faith even before the outbreak of persecution.
At the height of a second outbreak, the Plague of Cyprian ( 251 – 266 ), which may have been the same disease, 5, 000 people a day were said to be dying in Rome.
At the outbreak of World War I, the country's territory included only the provinces of Walachia, Moldavia, and Dobruja.
At the outbreak of World War I, in August 1914, infantry officers in all combatant armies still carried swords as part of their field equipment.
At the outbreak of World War II virtually all artillery was still being moved around by artillery tractors or horses.
At and War
At that time, during the Civil War, Union muskets were being manufactured in Providence and the drills to drill them were being hand-filed with rattail files.
At its 1864 convention, the Republican Party selected Andrew Johnson, a War Democrat from the Southern state of Tennessee, as his running mate.
At the same time, David H. Price's work on American anthropology during the Cold War provides detailed accounts of the pursuit and dismissal of several anthropologists from their jobs for communist sympathies.
At the end of World War II the US Army occupied Obersalzberg, to prevent Hitler from retreating with the Wehrmacht into the mountains.
* 1862 – American Civil War: Battle of Cedar Mountain – At Cedar Mountain, Virginia, Confederate General Stonewall Jackson narrowly defeats Union forces under General John Pope.
At the end of 1874, when Field Marshal Serrano left Madrid to take command of the northern army in the Carlist War, Brigadier Martínez Campos, who had long been working more or less openly for the king, led some battalions of the central army to Sagunto, rallied to his own flag the troops sent against him, and entered Valencia in the king's name.
* 1813 – At the final stage of the Peninsular War, British-Portuguese troops capture the town of Donostia ( now San Sebastián ), resulting in a rampage and eventual destruction of the town.
At the close of the Second World War the British government announced its intention to abolish the penal settlement.
At the start of World War I, thousands of the French Cuirassiers rode out to engage the German Cavalry who likewise used helmets and armour.
At the time Italy was involved in World War II and Roma were playing at the Stadio del Partito Nazionale Fascista.
* 1969 – Vietnam War: At the apartment of French intermediary Jean Sainteny in Paris, American representative Henry Kissinger and North Vietnamese representative Xuan Thuy begin secret peace negotiations.
At the end of the Peloponnesian War Lysander restored the scattered remnants of the old inhabitants to the island, which was used by the Spartans as a base for operations against Athens in the Corinthian War.
At its mouth was the scene of the decisive battle in 405 by which Lysander destroyed the Athenian fleet, ending the Peloponnesian War.
* 1920 – At the San Remo conference, the principal Allied Powers of World War I adopt a resolution to determine the allocation of Class " A " League of Nations mandates for administration of the former Ottoman-ruled lands of the Middle East.
At first selling slowly, it rapidly became a lasting success, and its appeal to English musicians had helped to make it widely known before World War I, when its themes struck a powerful chord with English readers.
At one point in the post-WWll / Cold War era, the U. S. Embassy in Bonn was America's largest, " comparable, with its thousands of staff, to the Baghdad embassy today.
At the start of the Cold War, bombers were the only means to take nuclear weapons to enemy targets, and had the role of deterrence.
At the start of the First World War, the Currency and Bank Notes Act 1914 was passed which granted temporary powers to HM Treasury for issuing banknotes to the value of £ 1 and 10 /- ( ten shillings ) in the UK.
At that point, Corbett shot Booth with his Colt revolver despite Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton's orders that Booth should be taken alive.
At a War Cabinet meeting, held on 31 October 1917, Balfour suggested that a declaration favorable to Zionist aspirations would allow Great Britain " to carry on extremely useful propaganda both in Russia and America "
At that time Ormsby-Gore, speaking for the government in Commons, said, " The draft as originally put up by Lord Balfour was not the final draft approved by the War Cabinet.