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With the infantry heavily engaged, Eugene's cavalry picked its way across the Nebel.
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With the beach assault phase completed the RCTs reorganized into infantry regiments and battalions and over the course of the next two days achieved the original D-Day objectives.
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With the start of World War I, production was restricted to the M1891 dragoon and infantry models for the sake of simplicity.
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With no one knowing what to do, the cavalry simply formed to the rear of the infantry where they remained until the battle was virtually decided.
With their batteries on Shell Hill taking withering fire from the British guns, their attacks rebuffed at all points, and lacking fresh infantry, the Russians began to withdraw.
With the Coalition forces now in full retreat, Marmont received orders to aggressively pursue the enemy, knowing that he could count on his two infantry divisions, plus that of Leval, as well as on the support of General Drouot's Guard artillery, on Nansouty's Guard cavalry on his right and on Grouchy's two cavalry divisions on his left.
With Archduke Charles now personally present to reestablish order, the morale of the Austrians soared and a vigorous joint attack by infantry regiment 42 ( Erbach ), joined by Hohenzollern's Vincent Chevaulegers and Hessen-Homburg Hussars repulsed the French attackers, pushing them beyond the Russbach and to their initial positions.
With his infantry reduced to some 6, 000 men, the commander had difficulties rallying a part of his troop but he could still count on two reasonably valid Saxon divisions.
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With Fraser mortally wounded, the British light infantry fell back into and through the redoubts occupied by Burgoyne's main force.
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With the French vanguard now heavily outnumbered, the following British ships HMS Bellerophon and HMS Majestic passed by the melee and advanced on the so far unengaged French centre.
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With the support of the Arab states, the United States, and Europe, and heavily financed by the Arab states of the Persian Gulf, Saddam Hussein had become " the defender of the Arab world " against a revolutionary Iran.
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Yugoslavia was a country concocted by the Treaty of Versailles as a multi-ethnic state, and was heavily dominated by peoples of the Eastern Orthodox religion. With unresolved questions of national identity, resistance to the Nazi occupation was not united until major resistance groups like the partisans and Chetniks formed and began making offensives in the Balkans.
With these limits removed anyone could invest money ( and hopefully earn a return ) on a new company and railways were heavily promoted as a foolproof venture.
With the press still heavily controlled and censored under Nikita Khrushchev, a translation by Akhmatova was praised in a public review in 1955, and her own poems began to re-appear in 1956.
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With the exception of the shallower Karlsruhe, they have been less heavily salvaged than the battleships and are much more accessible for divers.
With Brampton heavily favored to win the series the Colts shocked as Barrie won the first two games by 2-1 and 3-2 ( OT ) scores.
With some suggestions from New Line, Tony Kaye, the film's director, manufactured a second heavily shortened cut, which New Line rejected as it bore little resemblance to the first.