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Military Of Mali - Army - List of Malian Generals
... KONÉ Infantry 1997/99 15 Général de Division Tiécoura DOUMBIA Artillery 1997/99 16 Général de Brigade Mamadou DOUCOURÉ Air Force 1997/99 17 Général de Brigade Abdoul Karim DIOP Engineers 1997/99 18 Gén ...
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Luxembourg Army Organization
... Luxembourg Army - unit locations The army of Luxembourg has four main combat formations which come under the control of the Centre Militaire (Military center), located in the ...
War Of The Spanish Succession - Middle Phase: 1704–1709 - England Becomes Great Britain
... A Swedish army under Charles XII arrived in Saxony, where he had just finished chastising the Elector Augustus II and forced him to renounce his claims to the Polish throne ... invasion of southern France from Italy, but was stalled by the French army ... In 1708, Marlborough's army clashed with the French, who were beset by leadership problems their commanders, the Duke of Burgundy (Louis XIV's grandson) and the duc de Vendôme were ...
Saladin - Early Expeditions
... vizier, he demanded that Shirkuh withdraw his army from Egypt for a sum of 30,000 dinars, but he refused insisting it was Nur ad-Din's will that he remain ... of Bilbais, the Crusader-Egyptian force and Shirkuh's army were to engage in a battle on the desert border of the Nile River, just west of Giza ... Saladin played a major role, commanding the right wing of the Zengid army, while a force of Kurds commanded the left, and Shirkuh stationed in the center ...

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