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In 1939 Grothendieck went to France and lived in various camps for displaced persons with his mother, first at the Camp de Rieucros, and subsequently lived for the remainder of the war in the village of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, where he was sheltered and hidden in local boarding-houses or pensions.
After joining them in 1942, their son, Péter Bartók, enlisted in the United States Navy where he served in the Pacific during the remainder of the war and later settled in Florida where he became a recording and sound engineer.
The effect on the strategic situation in the Mediterranean was immediate, reversing the balance of the conflict and giving the British control at sea that they maintained for the remainder of the war.
Taken together with an increased emphasis on discipline in the RIC, this helped to curb the random atrocities the Black and Tans committed since March 1920 for the remainder of the war, if only because reprisals were now directed from above rather than being the result of a spontaneous desire for revenge.
While the Red Guards consisted mostly of volunteers ( who, at the beginning of the war, were paid wages ), the White Army contained only 11, 000 – 15, 000 volunteers, the remainder being conscripts.
Although the Sicherheitspolizei was officially disbanded, the term SiPo was figuratively used to describe any RSHA personnel throughout the remainder of the war.
Fragmented by the war, Spain was destabilised as different political parties representing " liberal ", " reactionary " and " moderate " groups throughout the remainder of the century fought for and won short-lived control without any being sufficiently strong to bring about lasting stability.
Towards the end of the war, some Thompson submachine guns were imported from the United States ; however 450 of these were intercepted by the American authorities and the remainder only reached Ireland shortly before the Truce.
* 1676 – Franco-Dutch War: France ensured the supremacy of its naval fleet for the remainder of the war with its victory in the Battle of Palermo.
The remainder of Normandy was liberated only on 9 May 1945 at the end of the war, when the Occupation of the Channel Islands effectively ended.
The remainder of the war featured a siege of Paris, the city was ” ineffectually bombarded ”; the new French republican regime then tried, without success, to relieve Paris with various hastily assembled armies and increasingly bitter partisan warfare.
The Acadians of Ile Saint-Jean lived under the threat of deportation for the remainder of the war.
For the remainder of the war, he concentrated on Benedict's humanitarian efforts.
It went on to play a major part in the remainder of the war, in a number of variants and marks, and it was the only allied fighter aircraft to be in production through the entirety of World War Two.
Antonescu lived in Prezan's proximity for the remainder of the war, and influenced his decisions.
For the remainder of the war, UDTs conducted beach and river reconnaissance, infiltrated guerrillas behind the lines from sea, continued mine sweeping operations, and participated in Operation Fishnet, which devastated the North Korean's fishing capability.
They spent Christmas at Sandringham House, before moving to Windsor Castle just outside London for much of the remainder of the war.
The tide started to turn when the Charter of the Nuremberg Trials of German Nazi leaders declared forced deportation of civilian populations to be both a war crime and a crime against humanity, and this opinion was progressively adopted and extended through the remainder of the century.
The Eastern region was very ill equipped for war, out-manned, and out-gunned by the military of the remainder of Nigeria.
For the remainder of the war, the county saw sporadic guerrilla fighting until the Anti-Treaty side called a ceasefire and dumped their arms in May 1923.
He continued to oppose Union efforts in the West for the remainder of the war.
Schepmann did his best to run the SA for the remainder of the war, attempting to restore the group as a predominant force within the Nazi Party and to mend years of distrust and bad feelings between the SA and SS.
While the Aquia and Potomac Districts ceased to exist by the spring of 1862, the need remained for military organization in the Valley throughout the remainder of the war, and the Valley District remained in place for the duration of the war.

remainder and Low
After fighting for two months around Caen, the Corps was subordinated on 1 August 1944 to First Canadian Army for the remainder of the Normandy campaign and the subsequent operations in the Low Countries and Germany until 1 April 1945.
For example, Baron Bielfeld, a Prussian officer and comparative Latinist, defined his interpretation of the low in Low Latin, which he saw as medieval Latin, prejudicially as follows: The fourth age of the Latin tongue is that of the remainder of the middle age, and the 1st centuries of modern times, during which the language fell by degrees into so great a decadency, that it became nothing better than a barbarous jargon.
Today High Carlbury is Carlbury Farm, and the remainder of Low Carlbury is next to the A67 road where there is Carlbury Hall.
The remainder of the eastern half of the ward is mostly agricultural land, including some industry, and several reservoirs ( Damflask Reservoir, Dale Dike Reservoir, Strines Reservoir, and Agden Reservoir ) and includes the villages of Low Bradfield, High Bradfield, and Dungworth.
In comparison, the remainder of the Netherlands ( besides the Frisian speaking part ) speak a collection of Low Franconian dialects.

remainder and held
Doubleday was humiliated by this snub and held a lasting grudge against Meade, but he returned to division command and fought well for the remainder of the battle.
Thus he sought a position in astronomy, and in 1807 was appointed Professor of Astronomy and Director of the astronomical observatory in Göttingen, a post he held for the remainder of his life.
During the remainder of his career, he held the post of J. W.
He held this status for the remainder of his life, but he did not live in Great Britain after 1950.
In 1912 Rosenwald was asked to serve on the Board of Directors of Tuskegee Institute, a position he held for the remainder of his life.
By 1863, 22 lecture courses were held in Czech, the remainder ( out of 187 ) in German.
) The remainder of the field is set by two separate qualifying races ( these were from 1959 – 1967 ; from 1969 – 2004 ; and, with two-lap overtime if necessary, beginning in 2005 ( These races were not held in 1968 because of rain ).
Missing from the record is for how long the remainder were held, but it is known that the leaders made it to Amsterdam about a year later.
The truce was betrayed by Shapur who seized him and held him prisoner for the remainder of his life.
A special election was held on November 4, 2008 to fill the unexpired term in which Richard Goldberg defeated Joseph Wojtecki to become the mayor of Hawthorne for the remainder of Botbyl's term.
The Confederates held the town for the remainder of the war.
The land was dedicated to the public for streets and alleyways, but title to the remainder of the was held by Mr. Black.
The Confederates held the Red River for the remainder of the war.
Elections are held using the largest remainder method of the proportional representation system.
Nightly News had moved into first place in the Nielsen ratings in late 1996 and held onto the spot for the remainder of Brokaw's tenure on the program, placing him ahead of ABC's Peter Jennings and World News Tonight and CBS's Dan Rather and the CBS Evening News
One end of the loincloth was held up, the remainder passed between the thighs, wound about the waist, and secured in back by tucking.
It is also sometimes used in elections held under the largest remainder method of party-list proportional representation ( list PR ).
The British renamed it " Fort Knyphausen " to honor the German general who had led the successful attack, and held it for the remainder of the war.
Mitchell held a seventy-five percent interest in the magazine with the remainder by Miller.
As a descendant of the first Baron Burghley Lord Salisbury is also in remainder to this peerage, a title held by his kinsman Michael Cecil, 8th Marquess of Exeter.
He held his office during the remainder of the reign of Henry VI, to whom he was loyal ; as a result, he was attainted of treason in the first parliament of Edward IV.
Before the end of the year he had assumed full control of mining operations as the superintendent of the Morris Run Coal Company, a position of authority which he held for the remainder of his working life.
As the party's first MP, she became Reform's deputy leader, a position she held for the remainder of the party's history.
In January 1990, Cathay Pacific, Swire Group and CITIC Pacific acquired an 89 percent stake in the airline, with CITIC Pacific holding 38 percent ; while the family of the airline's chairman Kuang-Piu Chao reduced their holding from 22 percent to 6 percent, with the remainder held by minor shareholders.

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