World Women

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Mildred Burke - Championships and Accomplishments
... Independent World Women's Championship (3 times) National Wrestling Alliance NWA World Women's Championship (1 time) World Women's Wrestling ...
Misty Blue Simmes - Career - National Wrestling Alliance
... the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) and was awarded the NWA United States Women's Championship (a replacement of the prior NWA World Women's Championship held by Debbie Combs) ... She once challenged Combs to a title unification match (NWA United States Women's Title and NWA World Women's Title), but was attacked by Combs' manager/mother Cora Combs ... Women's Title against Linda Dallas, Kat LeRoux, Black Venus, Mad Dog Debbie Irons and a handful of other women on the NWA's TV programs World Wide Wrestling and World Championship Wrestling ...
China Women's National Handball Team - Results - World Women's Handball Championships
2013 World Women's Handball Championship Qualified 2011 World Women's Handball Championship 21st 2009 World Women's Handball Championship 12th 2007 World Women's ...
World War I Casualties - Footnotes
... The Oxford History of World War One notes that "In east and central Africa the harshness of the war resulted in acute shortages of food with famine in some areas, a ... The 'Debt of Honour Register' lists the 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died during the two world wars ... killed and died The names of the soldiers who died for France during World War I are listed on-line by the French government ...
Canada Women's National Under-18 Ice Hockey Team - Awards and Honors
2008 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Directorate Award, Best Defenseman Lauriane Rougeau 2008 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Directorate Award, Best Forward Marie-Philip ...

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