Some articles on allied:
... After the Allied setbacks in 1943, the South East Asia command was preparing to launch offensives into Burma on several fronts ... The Japanese response to the Allied attacks was to launch an offensive of their own into India, across the mountainous and densely forested frontier ... Japanese attacks against Imphal failed, while fresh Allied formations drove the Japanese from the positions they had captured at Kohima ...
... British Red Cross was asked by the Headquarters of the Allied Forces to set up a registration and tracing service for missing persons ... The organization was formalized under the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Forces and named the Central Tracing Bureau on February 15, 1944 ... was considered a central location among the areas of Allied occupation ...
... There were 72 mle 1906's in service on the Balkan Front during the allied breakout from the Salonica bridgehead on September 15–29, 1918 ... The initial success of this allied offensive led Bulgaria to capitulate on October 9th 1918, later in October 1918 Serbia was liberated and lastly Austria-Hungary capitulated in November 1918 when faced with ...
... Strategically, the Allied mission was simple ... or Artemisium (since holding both was necessary for the Allied effort), or to outflank either position ... Herodotus suggests that the Allied ships were heavier, and by implication less maneuverable ...
More definitions of "allied":
- (adj): Joined by treaty or agreement.
Famous quotes containing the word allied:
“It is certain, in any case, that ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have.”
—James Baldwin (19241987)
“How much atonement is enough? The bombing must be allowed as at least part-payment: those of our young people who are concerned about the moral problem posed by the Allied air offensive should at least consider the moral problem that would have been posed if the German civilian population had not suffered at all.”
—Clive James (b. 1939)
“Can love be in aught allied to dissipation? Let us love by refusing, not accepting one another. Love and lust are far asunder. The one is good, the other bad.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)