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  Battle of Albert - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Battle of Albert is the name of three battles fought near the town of Albert in the Somme département of northern France during the First World War.
Battle of Albert (1914) (25–29 September 1914) - encounter battle during the Race to the Sea.
Battle of Albert (1916) (1–13 July 1916) - opening phase of the Battle of the Somme.
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 Probert Encyclopaedia: Battles (The Great War)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
The Battle of Albert was an inconclusive battle between French and German forces on September the 20th to September the 30th 1914 during the Great War, in Somme department north-east of Amiens.
The Battle of the Argesul was fought between the 30th of November and the 3rd of December 1916 during the Great War on the line of the Argesul river.
The Battles of Asiago Plateau were a series of battles between Austrian and Italian forces between November 1917 and November 1918 during the Great War in the mountainous country north of the Venetian plain between the Adige and Piave rivers.
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 Battle of Flers-Courcelette - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Battle of Flers-Courcelette, which began on 15 September 1916 and lasted for one week, was the third and last of the large-scale offensives mounted by the British Army during the Battle of the Somme.
The battle is significant for the first use of the tank in warfare and expectations were high that it would prove a decisive weapon.
Like the earlier offensives of 1 July (Battle of Albert) and 14 July (Battle of Bazentin Ridge), Haig had hoped to achieve a breakthrough of the German defences, enabling a return to mobile warfare.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Battle_of_Flers-Courcelette   (336 words)

 Albert Communal Cemetery
Albert is a town 28 kilometres north-east of Amiens.
The Communal Cemetery is on the south-east side of Albert and at the junction of the roads to Peronne (D938) and Bray sur Somme (D329), and the extension is entirely enclosed by it.
Albert was held by French forces against the German advance on the Somme in September, 1914.
www.webmatters.net /cwgc/albert_com.htm   (358 words)

 World War One Battles
The Battle of Charleroi, one of the Battles of the Frontiers, was one of the key battles on the Western Front in 1914, and one of the early major German victories.
The Battle of Le Cateau was essentially a rearguard action fought by the British in late August 1914, during the general Allied retreat along the Western Front in the face of sustained German successes at the four Battles of the Frontiers.
The battle began with a nine-day German offensive that was only halted with the arrival of French reinforcements and the deliberate flooding of the Belgian front.Belgian troops opened the sluice gates of the dykes holding back the sea from the low countries.
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 HELLFIRE CORNER - Tom Morgan's Somme Diary
This was not to be, of course, and the straight road from Albert to Bapaume was to become a symbol not of a floodgate thrown open towards Victory, but of a shutting-down, a closing-in, a vicious bottleneck.
Albert soon became a centre for pilgrims and by the end of the nineteenth century, they say, it was considered a strong rival to Lourdes.
Martin had gone home on leave shortly before the battle and had passed the time referring to maps and building himself a clay model of the area over which he and his men were to attack on the morning of 1st July.
www.fylde.demon.co.uk /day5.htm   (2007 words)

 Albert Odyssey: Legend of Eldean Review
Albert Odyssey's graphics are truly beautiful and showcase just how well the Saturn was capable of presenting 2D graphics.
Albert Odyssey's soundtrack is one of the most riveting, memorable, and haunting that I have ever heard.
With such an incredible soundtrack and well-done story, I would've liked for Albert Odyssey to have been something a lot more than what it is, but perhaps such thinking is in vain: I doubt Sunsoft had any real ambitions for this title outside of "make an RPG with a great soundtrack and pretty battle animations".
www.flyingomelette.com /reviews/sat/albert.html   (1588 words)

 Fairlambs of Allendale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
The division was involved on the Western Front by mid-March 1917, fighting at Poelcapelle (3rd Battle of Ypres) and the 1918 Battles of the Somme.
By mid-1916 Richard's howitzer battery was fighting on the Western Front; firing shells at the Battle of Albert where Septimus Fairlamb was wounded, through the first Battle of the Scarpe where Frederick Glendinning fell, Poecappelle where Edward Forrest died, and the Battle of Cambrai in late November 1917.
It suffered heavy losses at the Battle of Albert in the opening stages of the Battle of the Somme (1916) and then fought in the First and Second Battles of the Scarpe in the Arras Offensive.
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 Albert Speer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(March 19, 1905 – September 1, 1981) was born Berthold Konrad Hermann Albert Speer in Mannheim, Germany, the second of three sons.
The second Chancellery was damaged by the Battle of Berlin in 1945 and was eventually demolished by the Soviet occupiers after the war.
Speer's son, also named Albert, became a successful architect in his own right, and was responsible for the design of Expo 2000 (the world exposition that took place in Hanover in the year 2000), design of the Shanghai International Automobile City and the Bejing Olympic complex.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Albert_Speer   (2999 words)

 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Albert Speer: His Battle With Truth at Epinions.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
At the Nuremberg trials after the Second World War, Albert Speer, Hitler's architect and for a while his right-hand man, was one of the most senior Nazis on trial.
Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth is the result of these interviews and Sereny's own painstaking historical research.
The battle to reach the truth in Sereny's encounters with Speer is as much a part of the unfolding narrative as Speer's own extraordinary life story.
www.epinions.com /book-review-57E5-10E4B767-3A27C3C3-prod4   (617 words)

 -The Legend of Dragoon Universe- Albert's info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
He goes into battle using the javelin, which, Lavitz happened to teach him.
Albert is cool, the fact that he replaces Lavitz came as a shock to me, I never used him.
Albert, like Lavitz, is slower than the usual characters, strong, and can be used offensively and defensively at the same time..
www.angelfire.com /ca6/legendofdragoon/Albert.html   (110 words)

 Shadow Hearts Walkthrough / Trigger FAQ - IGN FAQs
Battle tip: Since both forms of Li Li are dark, this is one of the few.
Battle tips: Be sure to keep you HP at least half full, particularly when.
Battle tips: The upcoming battle is either a piece of cake or nearly.
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In a rambling psychobiography, Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth (Knopf; 757 pages; $35), Austrian-born journalist Gitta Sereny examines her subject's troubled life and problematic writings in microscopic detail.
She also usefully reminds that Hitler, for all the evil he inflicted, was not a cartoon monster but a man with imme nse charisma and even some charm.
Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth has a rightful place in any library of writings about the Third Reich.
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 Albert Monroe Johnston
Albert Monroe Johnston was born July 10,1840 in Marion County, Alabama.
At the Battle of Shiloh Apr 6-7, 1862 the regiment was in heavy combat and suffered with heavy casualities.
After the battle Albert was left at the Johnston family farm in Lafayette county as the army was passing through.
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 Battery B, 4th U.S. Light Artillery - The Battle of Antietam: The Creation of Artillery Hell
In battle, these officers were required to command their own batteries and locate positions for the other batteries in the division (Naisawald).
The Union artillery employment during the battle is a classic example of the counterbattery mission.
The Army of the Potomac engages the invading Army of Northern Virginia at the Battle of Antietam, 16-17 September 1862.
www.batteryb.com /artillery_hell.html   (2907 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Rawlinson noted in his War Diary that the total number of men involved at the start of the battle were about 500,000, that there were 1,500 guns of which 450 were of a large calibre, 150,000 rounds were fired in the day and 50,000 in the night into the enemy front lines.
This day was one of great progress for the Allies and the British began the third phase of the Battle of the Somme by advancing on a six mile front to a depth of 2,000 to 3,000 yards.
The Battle of the Ancre begins on a foggy morning and Beaumont Hamel is stormed by the British.
www.leyada.jlm.k12.il /proj/hamas/chronolo.txt   (4084 words)

 The Scottish Rite Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Albert Pike School in Shelby County, Tennessee, was one of the first schools in the area, started on the first floor of the Albert Pike Masonic Lodge just prior to the start of the War Between the States.
The Albert Pike Hospital was one of the most important buildings in early McAlester, Oklahoma, originally serving the medical needs of nearly a fifth of the state.
Pike is buried in a crypt in the House of the Temple.
www.srmason-sj.org /web/journal-files/Issues/jun03/tresner.htm   (2616 words)

 Albert & Isabella's Virtual Tour   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
The Stuffed horse of Archduke Albert introduces the visitor to the archducal armour shown in Rubens’ Portrait of Archduke Albert on Horseback (copy) (Ghent): Albert’s Parade Armour (Brussels, Koninklijk Museum van het Leger en de Krijgsgeschiedenis), his Barding (Brussels, Koninklijk Museum van het Leger en de Krijgsgeschiedenis), and his Sword (Brussels, Sint-Michielskathedraal).
The ‘war room’ is in turn divided into two sides which represent the two opposing forces on the field of battle.
Albert’s Portrait as a general hangs on one side of the room (Brugse Vrije).
www.ku.edu /carrie/ms_room/martin_coll/AI/htmdoc/touch.htm   (471 words)

 Marcel Albert, french fighter pilot.
At the end of the RAF's mandatory transition in a training unit, Albert was assigned to the Group " Ile de France " in May of 1942 where he would fly 48 war missions.
During the Orel battle, Albert would add five more victories to his core.
Marcel Albert (right), in Cannes beginning of May 1940, with second Lieutenants Boutarel and Irumberry de Salaberry, and Adjutant Cartier who was shot down and killed on the 14
aerostories.free.fr /pil_cha_fr/albert/page2.html   (724 words)

 GBN: Albert Speer
Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth is a book about Europe and the eternal struggle between the capacity for idealism, the sublime, beauty, and humanism on the one hand, and the capacity for destruction, evil, and fascism on the other.
She first saw Albert Speer in the docks of the court at Nuremberg in 1946 and attended the trials on three occasions.
Speer’s battle throughout the rest of his life was an inner search for the truth about himself.
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 Albert Speer biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Albert Speer (March 19, 1905 - September 1, 1981), sometimes called 'the first architect of the Third Reich', was Hitler's chief architect in Nazi Germany and became in 1942 minister of armament in Hitler's cabinet.
After the war he was tried at Nuremberg where he expressed repentance and was convicted to twenty years imprisonment.
Albert Speer: His Battle With Truth, by journalist Gitta Sereny
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 Albert Speer: His Battle with / Sereny, Gitta / PMPM00031   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
After many conversations with him, members of his family, his former staff and friends, and twelve years of research and writing after his death with access to many of his private papers, she has produced books on Hitler, the Third Reich and its terrible effects.
How Albert Speer came to terms with his own acts and failures to act, his progress from question of his real culpability in Nazi crimes are the elemental, titanic battles that dominate this story.
Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth is a compelling and beautifully readable work, one of the greatest on Hitler's Germany, the Second World War and its awful aftermath, seen through the life of an extraordinary man.
www.bookworm.com.au /pm00031.htm   (337 words)

 Albert Speer : His Battle with Truth (Vintage)
Albert Speer is the greatest mystery among Hitler's circle.
Many people see Albert Speer as the "good Nazi", the main reason he is seen like that is that he was given the chance to tell his story and shape it as to make him seem guilty but not so guilty as others cause he had a conscience.
But "Albert Speer: His Battle with the Truth", is well named.
www.physicianbooks.com /MedicalBooks/isbn0679768122.html   (634 words)

 Art Print   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Colonel Horatio Van Cleve (mounted at far left and wearing his glasses) and Private Augustus Williams of Company D (whose rifle crosses in front of the regimental colors) are shown for the 2nd Minnesota.
Private Charles Frierson of Company F (right foreground with converted musket, red trimmed shell jacket and battle shirt) is prominent for the 15th Mississippi.
The flag was listed as captured at the battle by Corporal Albert Essen, Company G of the 2nd Minnesota.
www.geocities.com /Pentagon/Quarters/1864/artprint.htm   (492 words)

 First Day of the Somme - Map
Although writers often summarise the fighting as though it was one battle, the first day of the Somme (sometimes called the 'Battle of Albert') involved fighting along a front of 29 kilometres.
Moreover, when you study the different engagements individually, you see that the generally-accepted view of the first day of the battle has been oversimplified and - to a degree - misrepresented.
Not all the Generals were careless of the lives of their soldiers, many taking decisions contrary to their orders so they could stop the slaughter of their men.
www.johndclare.net /wwi2_FirstDay_map.htm   (483 words)

 Resident Evil -CODE: Veronica- Hints
The Battle Game is a time trial through a gauntlet of monsters and a variety of rooms.
Sure, he's a backstabbling genetically altered creep who really wants to see the Redfields dead, but that doesn't mean he can't play in the Battle Game.
You then face the Herculean task of beating the battle game with Wesker - who is only armed with a Combat Knife.
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 Giant Robo
After battling Albert of Impact he talks almost to Albert and almost directly to Daisaku due to the way the scenes are directed and cut.
Taisou allowed Albert to kill him, which caused Albert to be distracted from the goal of destroying Giant Robo.
As Albert see the drastic path that Taisou took, he is forced to reevaluate what he would do next when confronted with Genya's duplicity against Big Fire.
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 Amazon.ca: Books: The Battle for Moscow   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Also, their accounts of the battle for Moscow is not of the same standards as those by Albert Seaton.
If Albert Seatons book should stimulate you to further reading on the Battle for Moscow, I will in particular recommend "Moscow to Stalingrad" by Earl F. Ziemke, "Disaster at Moscow: Von Bock's Campaigns 1941-1942" by Alfred W. Turney, and "Moscow: The Turning Point" by Klaus Reinhardt.
I had been given the hardbound "Battle for Moscow" as a 2003 Christmas present, and, upon finshing the book,wished to share my impressions of it with anyone out there who might be considering buying/reading this book.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/0785814043   (1442 words)

 Tampabay: Albert Whitted supporters battle image
ST. PETERSBURG - Rick Carr was a toddler when his father took him to Albert Whitted Airport and flew him high above the coastline in a Piper Tri-Pacer.
Carr's uncles learned to fly at Whitted, and he took lessons at the downtown airstrip when he was 16.
To him, the idea of St. Petersburg without Albert Whitted Airport is almost unthinkable.
www.sptimes.com /2003/09/28/Tampabay/Albert_Whitted_suppor.shtml   (1367 words)

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