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- Matilda ceded the marches of Camerino and Fermo. In 1105, the Emperor Henry IV invested Werner with the whole territory of the three marches, under the name...
- 806 within the Basque (rendered also as "Gascon") marches, or Duchy of Vasconia. The Hispanic Marches resulted from the expansion south of the Frankish...
- Scottish Marches era came to an end during the first decade of the 17th century following the union of the crowns of England and Scotland. The Marches were...
- During World War II, death marches of POWs occurred in both ****-Occupied Europe and the ****anese Empire. Death marches of Jews were common in the later...
- the border. Marches – for other examples, including Scottish Marches between England and Scotland. Council of the Marches Earl of March – some of the...
- The Pomp and Cir****stance Marches (full title Pomp and Cir****stance Military Marches), Op. 39, are a series of six marches for orchestra composed by Sir...
- off the land and march faster. The French march tempo is faster than the traditional tempo of British marches; the British call marches in the French tempo...
- Time Marches On is the fourth studio album released by country music artist Tracy Lawrence. The title track spent three w****s at Number One on the Billboard...
- The Aldermaston marches were anti-nuclear weapons demonstrations in the 1950s and 1960s, taking place on Easter w****end between the Atomic Weapons Research...
- Marches is a commune in the Drôme department in southeastern France. Communes of the Drôme department INSEE "Po****tions légales 2017". INSEE. Retrieved...
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