Italian Engineer Battalion

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1620s - Significant People
... and Marshal of France Robert Bellarmine (1542–1621), Italian Jesuit and Cardinal Bernard of Saxe-Weimar (1604–1639), nobleman and general Pierre de Bérulle of France (1575–1629), Cardinal ... playwright and poet Joseph Solomon Delmedigo (1591–1655), Italian rabbi, author, physician, mathematician, and music theorist Thomas Dempster of Scotland (1579–1625), scholar and ... Prikaz, held position 1619–1626 Orazio Grassi (1583–1654), Italian mathematician, astronomer, and architect Richard Grenville of England (1600–1658), Anglo-Cornish soldier ...
Italian Co-Belligerent Army From Late 1944 To 1945
... order of battle After the battle of Filottrano (July 1944), Italian troops were sent to the rear lines to rest and re-train ... The following is the "order of battle" of the Italian Co-Belligerent Army as of April 1945 Cremona Combat Group (of British V Corps, 9 Apr 1945) - CO Major General Primieri 7th Italian ... Security Brigade 6th Security Brigade 31st Italian Engineer Battalion Aosta Division (in Sicily) 3rd Security Brigade 4th Security Brigade 28th Italian Engineer Battalion Sabauda ...
November 7 - Births
1765) 1706 – Carlo Cecere, Italian composer (d. 1819) 1805 – Thomas Brassey, English engineer (d ... Scott, American engineer and religious leader 1929 – Eric Kandel, Austrian scientist, recipient of the Nobel Prize laureate 1929 – Jesús de Polanco, Spanish businessman(d ...

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