Definition of Capitulator. Meaning of Capitulator. Synonyms of Capitulator

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Definition of Capitulator

Capitulator
Capitulator Ca*pit"u*la`tor, n. [LL.] One who capitulates.

Meaning of Capitulator from wikipedia

- Capitulation may have the following special meanings. Capitulation (surrender) Stock market capitulation Capitulation (treaty) Capitulations of the Ottoman...
- ore from Sweden, which the Allies were attempting to cut off. Denmark capitulated after a few hours, and Norway was conquered within two months despite...
- military occupation of California by the United States, Northern California capitulated in less than a month to the United States forces. After a series of defensive...
- of Salonica on 29 September 1918. On 30 October, the Ottoman Empire capitulated, signing the Armistice of Mudros. On 4 November, the Austro-Hungarian...
- in Liverpool. Historian Gary Gallagher concluded that the Confederacy capitulated in early 1865 because northern armies crushed "organized southern military...
- premier Paul Reynaud. Churchill's resolve was to fight on, even if France capitulated, but his position remained precarious until Chamberlain resolved to support...
- from Federalists should he continue his course, and he was forced to capitulate despite bitter resentment against many of his fellow Federalists. The...
- the Gr**** soldier particularly fought with the highest courage. He capitulated only when further resistance had become impossible and useless." The...
- majorities. The King was conciliatory towards Fox, after being forced to capitulate over his appointment. After Fox's death in September 1806, the King and...
- prematurely when the King, convinced of the ****ility of resistance, capitulated and joined the Targowica Confederation. The Confederation then took over...
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