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- bakehouse were completed. In 1787, the rebuilt fort became known as Tête-de-Pont Barracks. During the War of 1812, the fort was the focus of military...
- In some cases a bridgehead may exist for months. Bridgehead (French tête de pont) is a High Middle Ages military term, which before the invention of cannons...
- earthworks and seven guns, and placed General Francisco Pérez at the tête de pont on the south bank of the river. Two regiments were placed along the river...
- (Italian title: Testa di sbarco per otto implacabili, French title: Tête de pont pour ****t implacables) is a 1968 French/Italian international co-production...
- help me up." He tried to rise, but could not. He was carried to the tête de pont, where the chief surgeons proceeded to dress his wound. One of Lannes'...
- Morris invited Jean Cocteau to stay with them at their houseboat docked at Pont de Neuilly where he wrote the three-act play Les Monstres sacrés. She was...
- Terreplein: the fighting platform on top of a rampart, behind the parapet. Tête-de-pont: a temporary defensive work defending a bridge at the end closest to...
- The Fort des Têtes, also known as the Fort des Trois Têtes, is a fortification in the vicinity of Briançon in the Dauphiné region of southeastern France...
- advanced against Sarreguemines; at which point the French had constructed a tête-de-pont on the right bank of the river. After some resistance, this was taken...
- 3 guns- Capt. Ignacio Joaquin del Arenal . ), La Purisima bridge and tete-de-pont ( Activos of Aguascalientes under Col. Jose Ferro and the Querétaro under...
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