Reserve Army

Some articles on reserve army, army:

Reserve Army (United Kingdom)
... The Reserve Army was a field army of the British Army during World War I and part of the British Expeditionary Force during the First World War ... of Lieutenant-General Sir Hubert Gough, the Reserve Army was formed on 23 May 1916 prior to the Battle of the Somme and was renamed the Fifth Army in October of that year ... The intended purpose of the army was to carry out the breakthrough phase of the Somme offensive once General Sir Henry Rawlinson's Fourth Army had captured the German front-line trenches ...
Military Reserve - Example of Reserves - British Reserve Army in World War I
... The Reserve Army was a field army of the British Expeditionary Force during the First World War ... of Lieutenant General Sir Hubert Gough, the Reserve Army was formed on 23 May 1916 prior to the Battle of the Somme and was renamed the Fifth Army in ... The intended purpose of the army was to carry out the breakthrough phase of the Somme offensive once General Sir Henry Rawlinson's Fourth Army had captured the German front-line trenches ...
Definitions, Types, and Theories - Marxian Theory of Unemployment
... of production to overwork some workers while keeping the rest as a reserve army of unemployed paupers ... the proletariat within the capitalist system is to provide a "reserve army of labour" that creates downward pressure on wages ... This reserve army of labour fight among themselves for scarce jobs at lower and lower wages ...
German Resistance - July 20 Plot
... Operation Valkyrie would be mobilised, the Reserve Army would take control of Germany and the other Nazi leaders would be arrested ... no chance of succeeding once the officers of the Reserve Army knew that Hitler was alive ...

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