Anglo-French


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Anglo-French

the Norman-French language of medieval England
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Although Anglo-French planners were fortunate to have significant naval surface and air power available for what would prove to be principally a littoral operation, much preparatory work would be necessary before a significant eastern Mediterranean offensive could be contemplated.
Tournament organisers have vowed to press ahead with plans for a "European club rugby tournament" next season - despite the damaging Anglo-French boycott.
He argues that significant errors occurred in the Anglo-French handling of Hitler's expansionist policies from the mid-1930s through the first declaration of war--errors that, if corrected, might have significantly (certainly partially) changed history.
He also outlines the fighting in Gibraltar, Iraq and Syria and in doing so shines a torch on a virtually forgotten part of the war but one that continues to bedevil Anglo-French relations to this day.
At today's Anglo-French summit in London, Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy were to sign treaties which will commit their forces to operating together.
At the Anglo-French summit in London, the two leaders are signing far-reaching treaties which will commit their forces to operating together for decades to come.
English poet Gower (1325-1408) wrote voluminously in Latin and Anglo-French as well as English, consciously making himself an artistic master in the three main languages of his time and place.
Historically, the village of Krivolak is known for the Battle of Krivolak, a grand battle on the Balkan Front of World War I in which between October 17 and November 21, 1915, the Bulgarian forces held off and beat French divisions from the Allied Anglo-French forces in Thessaloniki advancing north, with the French being forced to retreat back to Greece.
Their discussions are likely to focus on the eurozone debt crisis, Anglo-French relations and foreign policy, officials said.
The Society said the top three items resulted from Anglo-French scientific successes in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The author of "A Line in the Sand: the Anglo-French Struggle for the Middle East, 1914-1948" admits that the bitter rivalry between Britain and France ignited a powder keg in the Middle East that fueled the Arab-Israeli conflict.
We've heard that other people want to be involved in European competitions, that's why we've left the door open and expect it to be more than an Anglo-French competition.

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