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With the outbreak of the conflict, however, the team broke up: Lángara emigrated to South America, Herrerita and Emilín signed with FC Barcelona, Galé with Racing de Santander and Gallart with Racing de Ferrol.
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With the outbreak of the war, the Ottoman Empire activated three Army HQs: the Thracian HQ in Constantinople, the Western HQ in Salonika, and the Vardar HQ in Skopje, against the Bulgarians, the Greeks and the Serbians respectively.
With the outbreak of World War II, Whale volunteered his services to make a training film for the United States Army.
With the outbreak of a Dano-Swedish war, he continued his fight against Sweden in Denmark, from where he " returned across the sea " to fight the invaders alongside the king who was then at the Royal Castle in Poznań.
With the outbreak of the Civil War in the U. S., many black refugees enlisted in the Union Army and, while some later returned to Canada, many remained in the United States.
With the outbreak of the French Revolution in 1789, the Austrian Netherlands declared their independence, but were reoccupied by the Austrians within a year.
With the outbreak of civil war came serious urban rioting in Syria and Palestine ; Phocas sent his general Bonosus to quell the disturbances and reconquer Egypt.
With the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian war performances were stopped and Sarah converted the theatre into a makeshift hospital where she took care of the soldiers wounded on the battlefield.
With the outbreak of World War I, Pujol, horrified by the inhumanity of the conflict, retired from the stage and returned to his bakery in Marseille.
With the joint German-Soviet Invasion of Poland at the outbreak of World War II, the city of Lviv and Lwów Voivodeship were occupied and annexed by the Soviet Union, becoming part of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic from 1939 to 1941.
With the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, he offered his services to the army in the development of radio communications.
With the outbreak of the First World War, Jones enlisted with the Royal Welch Fusiliers and served on the Western Front from 1915 to 1918.
With the outbreak of war in 1939, security concerns caused the re-enactment of the march to be suspended.
With the outbreak of the Second World War the city was evacuated in 1939-1940, as it lay in the ‘ Red Zone ’ on the fortified Westwall ( Siegfried Line ).
* With the outbreak of the war between Sparta and the Persians, the Athenian admiral, Conon, obtains joint command, with Pharnabazus, of a Persian fleet.
With the outbreak of World War II, Stein and Toklas relocated to a country home that they had rented for many years previously in Bilignin, Ain, in the Rhône-Alpes region.
With her savings she was able to spend some time in Europe, but was forced to return to Canada in 1939 at the outbreak of World War II.
With the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War in 1870, Offenbach found himself out of favour in Paris because of his imperial connections and his German birth.
With the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861, classes were interrupted when the entire student body and many faculty from Ole Miss enlisted in the Confederate army.
With the prelude to, and the outbreak of World War II, the Mare Island Naval Shipyard specialized in submarines, and other than a few submarine tenders, no more surface ships were built there.
With the outbreak of World War I, he served with distinction and in 1915 became the first writer ever to be awarded the wartime Legion of Honour.
With the outbreak of World War II in 1939, the border city Rybnik returned under the rule of Germany, being in the part of Poland that was directly incorporated into the German state.
With the outbreak of the Second World War, Childe was unable to travel across continental Europe, and so focused on producing a book about the prehistoric archaeology of Britain: the result was Prehistoric Communities of the British Isles ( 1940 ).
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With civil disobedience resulting in coercive and intolerable acts, and armed conflict resulting in dissidents being proclaimed rebels and outside the King's protection, any loyalty remaining shifted toward independence and how to achieve it.
With the entry of the United States into World War II, Hollywood became focused on themes related to the conflict.
With Leopold I's interests now focused on Spain and the imminent death of Charles II, the Emperor terminated the conflict with the Sultan, and signed the Treaty of Karlowitz on 26 January 1699.
With Rhett's " swarthy face " juxtaposed against Scarlett's " magnolia-white skin ", the two white protagonists are a metaphor for an interracial couple, and their romance represents racial conflict.
With Norman law favouring John as the only surviving son of Henry II and Angevin law favouring Arthur as the heir of Henry's elder son, the matter rapidly became an open conflict.
With respect to Germany's case against the United States, it held that the doctrine of procedural default was not incompatible with the Vienna Convention, and that even if procedural default did conflict with the Vienna Convention it had been overruled by later federal law — the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996, which explicitly legislated the doctrine of procedural default.
* 1800 – With the church leadership driven out of Rome during an armed conflict, Pius VII is crowned Pope in Venice with a temporary papal tiara made of papier-mâché.
With rapidly growing populations and the consequent competition for meager natural resources, lifestyles of these two types of peoples have come increasingly into conflict in Niger in recent years.
This form of transnational policing plays an increasingly important role in United Nations peacekeeping and this looks set to grow in the years ahead, especially as the international community seeks to develop the rule of law and reform security institutions in States recovering from conflict ( Goldsmith and Sheptycki, 2007 ) With transnational police development-aid the imbalances of power between donors and recipients are stark and there are questions about the applicability and transportability of policing models between jurisdictions ( Hills, 2009 ).
With the two powers now embroiled in the conflict, tensions quickly escalated into a full-scale war between Carthage and Rome for the control of Sicily.
In the United States, the conflict was sometimes also referred to as the Undeclared War With France, the Pirate Wars, or the Half-War.
With John Gorton becoming Prime Minister after Holt's death, Askin came into conflict with the Commonwealth Government over Gorton's determination to maintain federal command over taxation and in June 1968 declared that he could veto any form of state taxation.
With the rise of Arab nationalism in the Twentieth Century, particularly with regard to the Arab-Israeli conflict, Saladin's heroism and leadership gained a new significance.
With regard to the Israeli – Palestinian conflict, Saudi Arabia believes it is " an Arab and Islamic duty " to support the Palestinian cause and it " has issued numerous statements condemning Israeli aggressions against the Palestinian people and against the holy sites ".
" With the colonial and native civilizations in collision, compounded by British incitement of Indian tribes and mounting hostilities between the two peoples, Jefferson's administration took quick measures to avert another major conflict.
* May 12 – Nine Years ' War: With England and the Netherlands both now ruled by William III, they join the Grand Alliance ( League of Augsburg ), thus escalating the conflict, which continues until 1697.
With this merging, the genealogy of the deities involved and the characterization of the Horus – Set conflict were altered so that Horus is the son and heir avenging Osiris ' death.
With the creation of an independent Pakistan, the Durand line conflict with the British colonialists was inherited by the two countries.
With the dispossession of Aboriginal tribes from their lands with the establishment of sheep runs by squatters, conflict over resources and land use inevitably occurred.
With the build up of the US bases on the island, the enduring alliance post-war, under NATO, Britain's re-assessment of its global military role and responsibilities in light of subsequent break up of the British Empire, and its near bankruptcy from the cost of the war, the value placed on the Imperial bases in Bermuda rapidly diminished on the end of the conflict.
With the hand-over of power to the Iraqi government, if one does not consider the coalition forces to be continuing parties to the conflict in Iraq, but that their soldiers are sent by a State which is not a Party to the conflict on official duty as a member of its armed forces ( APGC77 Art 47. f ), then, unless U. S. citizens working as armed guards are lawfully certified residents of Iraq, i. e., a resident of territory controlled by a Party to the conflict ( APGC77 Art 47. d ), and they are involved with a fire-fight in the continuing conflict, they are mercenary soldiers.