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Montgomery made a great effort to appear before troops as often as possible, frequently visiting various units and making himself known to the men, often arranging for cigarettes to be distributed.
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Gen. Montgomery insisted priority be given to his 21st Army Group's attack being made in the north, while Gens.
He opened the gates for a generation of labor historians, such as David Montgomery and Herbert Gutman, who made similar studies of the American working classes.
In 1973 the number theorist Hugh Montgomery was visiting the Institute for Advanced Study and had just made his pair correlation conjecture concerning the distribution of the zeros of the Riemann zeta function.
In 1948, Hawks made Red River, an epic western reminiscent of Mutiny on the Bounty starring John Wayne and Montgomery Clift in his first film.
Alexander was concurrently promoted to the rank of field marshal, though this was backdated to the fall of Rome on 4 June 1944, so that Alexander would once again be senior to Montgomery, who had himself been made a field marshal on 1 September 1944, after the end of the Battle of Normandy.
In an attempt to clarify the issue, American writer Charles Montgomery Skinner noted in 1898 that the Tom Collins made its way to the " American Bars " in England, France, and Germany, where the American invention stimulated curiosity in Europe and served as a reflection of American art.
Thomas Montgomery made sure that Montgomery received a good education ; he learned French, Latin, and rhetoric, and attended a school outside of Belfast.
Both were made with a view to winning support for the British war effort, especially in the U. S. Niven's Film Unit work included a small part in the deception operation that used minor actor M. E. Clifton James to impersonate Field Marshal Montgomery.
The system made Montgomery one of the first cities to " depopulate " its residential areas at the city center through transit-facilitated suburban development.
Montgomery County's first courthouse was ordered on June 28, 1823, to be made " of good hewed logs ... to be twenty-six feet long ; two stories high, lower story nine feet from floor to joist ; upper to be seven feet to roof ".
When Henry III came of age in 1227 de Burgh was made lord of Montgomery Castle in the Welsh Marches and Earl of Kent.
* Section 1 — That all that part of the county of Butler lying and being within the first and second fractional townships in the fifth range, and adjoining the south line of Montgomery County, shall be and the same is hereby attached to and made part of the county of Warren.
Jackson made the fort his headquarters during the War of 1812, and the newly created Montgomery County held its courts there.
The book was later made into the movie " A Place in the Sun " starring Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor.
Though admitting a mistake had been made, Bradley placed the blame on General Montgomery for moving the Commonwealth troops too slowly, though the latter were in direct contact with a large number of SS Panzer, Fallschirmjaeger, and other elite German forces.
Three Hollywood movies have been made of Foster's life: Harmony Lane ( 1935 ) with Douglass Montgomery, Swanee River ( 1939 ) with Don Ameche, and I Dream of Jeanie ( 1952 ), with Bill Shirley.
Baldwin was nervous about the trip but he made it, interviewing people in Charlotte, Atlanta ( where he met Martin Luther King ), and Montgomery, Alabama.
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`` They are determined '', Montgomery writes, `` not to be surprised again, and now insist on a state of readiness for war which is not only unnecessary, but also creates nervousness among other nations in the Western Alliance -- not to mention such great suspicions among the nations of the Eastern bloc that any progress towards peaceful coexistence or disarmament is not possible ''.
In looking as far back as Moses, thence to Cromwell, Napoleon, Lincoln, Churchill, and Nehru, Montgomery attempts to trace the stirrings and qualities of great men.
On completion of his tour of duty in India, Montgomery returned to Britain in June 1937 where he became commanding officer of the 9th Infantry Brigade with the temporary rank of brigadier, but that year saw great tragedy when his wife was bitten by an insect while on holiday in Burnham-on-Sea.
In World War II rivals who had combat service in the first great war ( led by Gen. Bernard Montgomery ) sought to denigrate Eisenhower for his previous lack of combat duty, despite his stateside experience establishing a camp, completely equipped, for thousands of troops, and developing a full combat training schedule.
Montgomery then began preparations for a great breakthrough offensive that would result in the pursuit of Axis forces all the way to Tunisia.
The great cattle drive movie remains Red River ( 1948 ) directed by Howard Hawks, and starring John Wayne and Montgomery Clift.
He was also friends for nearly 30 years with David Montgomery, 2nd Viscount Montgomery of Alamein the son of his father's other great adversary Field Marshal Montgomery.
Governor Shunk's ancestors were pioneers in Upper Montgomery County, arriving there in 1715 from Mutterstadt, Pfalz, Germany were his great grandparents Caspar and Anna Barbara Schunck.
' Roger of Montgomery and other great barons interceded with the King, Earl Roger on behalf of his sons, until finally in July a semi-honorable surrender was negotiated between the king and the rebels.
Robert de Bellême was one of the great magnates who joined Robert Curthose's 1101 invasion of England, along with his brothers Roger the Poitevin and Arnulf of Montgomery and his nephew William, Count of Mortain.
He was given the then important position of chief justice of the court of session of the county palatine of Chester, and the great sessions of the counties of Montgomery, Denbigh, and Flint ; and he was knighted.
They were spread far and wide geographically from Kent, controlled by Odo, to Northumberland, controlled by Robert de Mowbray, to Norfolk with Roger Bigod, and the great magnate Roger of Montgomery in Shrewsbury.
The Wide Awakes were organized under great secrecy by Congressman Frank Blair, an ally of Abraham Lincoln with powerful connections to the incoming president through his brother Montgomery Blair.
In 1965 he was also active in Selma, Alabama, and the march from Selma to Montgomery that led to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, thus playing an important role in the efforts that led to the passage of the two great legislative accomplishments of the civil rights movement.
He expressed great interest in auditioning for the role of Montgomery Scott in the eleventh Star Trek film.
Based on the Supreme Court's definition of " successor ", a subsequent action, Montgomery v. Tulane, was filed in 2008 by Susan Henderson Montgomery, another great niece of Mrs. Newcomb and the plaintiff claiming to be a successor.
For the Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band, the major successes and international accolades of today are a great progression from very humble roots.
A group of farmer ’ s sons had decided to form a band as a leisure pursuit in the wake of World War II, and they proposed to call their formation after one of the great heroes of the war, Bernard Law Montgomery.
The Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band has often been dubbed “ The Richard Parkes Success Story ,” and the great respect for Richard from within his own band and from his competitors is as much a part of the band ’ s ideology as its list of prizes.