Allied Forces

Some articles on allied forces, forces, force, allied:

Monuments, Fine Arts, And Archives Program - Salt Mines and Castles
... American and Allied Forces in Europe discovered hidden caches of priceless treasures, many of which had been looted by Adolf Hitler and the Nazis, while others had been legitimately evacuated from ... As Allied Forces advanced through Italy, the German army retreated north, stealing paintings and sculptures from these repositories as they fled ... As German forces neared the Austrian border, they were forced to store most of their loot in various hiding places such as a castle at Sand in Taufers and a jail cell in San Leonardo ...
Memorable Order Of Tin Hats - Eligibility For Membership
... In any War prior to 1939 as a member of the fighting forces, including medical or other auxiliary units of such forces ... In World War II and subsequent campaigns as members of the Union Defence Force outside the borders of the Union on active service ... As full-time members of the Union Defence Force, in the Coastal or Coast Garrison Artillery and the South African Air Force Squadrons engaged in seaward patrols ...
Landing At Saidor Order Of Battle - Allied Forces
... The Allied Task Force consisted of 126th Infantry Regimental Combat Team 126th Infantry Regiment 120th Field Artillery Battalion Company A, 114th Engineer Battalion Company C and 1st Platoon of ...
List Of Battles And Other Violent Events By Death Toll - Individual Air Raids - World War II
... the USAAF, (Japan, 1945) 25,000 - Bombing of Dresden in World War II, (in Germany by Allied forces, 1945) 17,000 - Bombing of Pforzheim in World War II (Germany, February 23, 1945) 7,500-8,50 ...

Famous quotes containing the words forces and/or allied:

    The next thing his Lordship does, after clearing of the coast, is the dividing of his forces, as he calls them, into two squadrons, one of places of Scriptures, the other of reasons....
    All that I have to say touching this, is that I observe a great part of those his forces do look and march another way, and some of them fight amongst themselves.
    Thomas Hobbes (1579–1688)

    It is certain, in any case, that ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have.
    James Baldwin (1924–1987)