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... With a cavalry force of 5,000 Marathas, Shivaji attacked them near Kolhapur on 28 December 1659 ... led a full frontal attack at the center of the enemy forces while two other portions of his cavalry attacked the flanks ... This battle lasted for several hours and at the end Bijapuri forces were soundly defeated and Rustamjaman fled the battlefield ...
... Honour of the Bundeswehr Combat Action Medal of the Bundeswehr German Armed Forces Badge of Marksmanship German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency German Armed ...
... a falling-out with his father and joined forces with Sambhaji, thereafter Aurangzeb personally led his army to attack the Maratha forces ... Thereafter the Maratha forces stabilised and began to undertake raids on the Mughal columns ... The Durrani forces defeated the Maratha at the 1761 Battle of Panipat, checking the Maratha's northward expansion ...
... Further information Battle of the Thames order of battle William Henry Harrison's force numbered at least 3,500 infantry and cavalry ...
... Most other Western air forces tend to follow the US nomenclature, insofar as having squadrons coming directly under groups ... Immediately above this however, some air forces have foreign terms which are equivalent to a US "wing" ... Regiment Stormo in Italy and escadre in pre-World War II French Air Force, which is also the official French translation of a wing in modern-day Canadian Forces ...
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—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)
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—Emma Goldman (18691940)
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—Robert Havighurst (20th century)
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—Susan B. Anthony (18201906)
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—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)