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Gabriel Jean Joseph Molitor - Biography
... In 1793 he was given command of a brigade and served under Hoche under whom he fought at Kaiserslautern and Wissembourg ... In 1799, Molitor was sent to Switzerland were he fought under André Masséna against an Austro-Russian force led by Alexander Suvorov ... In 1800, he fought in the Army of the Rhine under Moreau ...
Aristodemus Of Sparta - Plataea
... At the Battle of Plataea, Aristodemus fought with such fury that the Spartans regarded him as having redeemed himself ... his name, they would not award him any special honors for his valour because he had fought with suicidal recklessness the Spartans having regarded as more valorous those who fought while ...
... She fought in the Battle of Beecher Island in 1868, and also fought the Shoshone that same year, where she counted coup against one enemy and killed another ... She fought the Shoshone again in 1869 ...
Burma National Army
... government created by the Japanese during World War II and fought in the Burma Campaign ... It was originally organized by, and fought alongside the Imperial Japanese Army, but later changed sides and fought alongside the Allies ...
Cleveland Williams
... "Big Cat" Williams (June 6, 1933 – September 3, 1999) was an American heavyweight boxer who fought in the 1950s through the 1970s ... Williams turned professional in 1951 and fought many of the best heavyweights of his era ... Liston often said Williams was the hardest puncher he ever fought ...

Famous quotes containing the word fought:

    That name for which you fought does it quite fit?
    And is your stubborn silence only tact?
    Boys wish to imitate who hear of it
    But will you tell them to repeat your act?
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    I have no doubt that it was a principle they fought for, as much as our ancestors, and not to avoid a three-penny tax on their tea; and the results of this battle will be as important and memorable to those whom it concerns as those of the battle of Bunker Hill, at least.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    This is not only a war of soldiers in uniform. It is a war of the people, of all the people, and it must be fought not only on the battlefield but in the cities and the villages, in the factories and on the farms, in the home and in the heart of every man, woman and child who loves freedom.
    Arthur Wimperis (1874–1953)