War Zone

  • (noun): A combat zone where military operations are coordinated (especiallya designated area in international waters where the rights of neutrals are not respected by nations at war).

Some articles on war zone, zone:

Audrey Lawson-Johnston - Controversies - Cruiser Rules and Exclusion Zones
... In November 1914 the British announced that the entire North Sea was now a War Zone, and issued orders restricting the passage of neutral shipping into and through the ... and Ireland, including the whole of the English Channel, are hereby declared to be a War Zone ... every enemy merchant vessel encountered in this zone will be destroyed, nor will it always be possible to avert the danger thereby threatened to the crew and passengers ...
Audrey Lawson-Johnston - Background - 1915
... She was ordered not to fly any flags in the War Zone, a number of warnings, plus advice, were sent to the ship’s commander in order to help him decide how to best protect his ... stress from operating his ship in the War Zone, and after a significant “false flag” controversy, left the ship Cunard later explained that he was "tired and ...
SM UB-6 - Second Submarine Offensive
... agreed upon by the German Admiralstab were that all enemy vessels in Germany's self-proclaimed war zone would be destroyed without warning, that enemy vessels outside of the ...
Alexander Stuart (writer)
... Stuart's books include The War Zone, Tribes, Life On Mars (which inspired the British television documentary, The End of America), Five And A Half Times Three (written with Ann ... His most controversial novel, The War Zone, about a family torn apart by incest, was turned into a film by Oscar-nominated actor/director Tim Roth in 1999 ... A major influence on Stuart's life and work, particularly The War Zone, was the loss of his first son in 1989 ...

Famous quotes containing the words zone and/or war:

    He who, from zone to zone,
    Guides through the boundless sky thy certain flight,
    In the long way that I must tread alone,
    Will lead my steps aright.
    William Cullen Bryant (1794–1878)

    No more shall the war cry sever,
    Or the winding rivers be red:
    They banish our anger forever
    When they laurel the graves of our dead!
    Under the sod and the dew,
    Waiting the Judgment Day:—
    Love and tears for the Blue;
    Tears and love for the Gray.
    Francis Miles Finch (1827–1907)