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Stilwell

Joseph W(arren), known as Vinegar Joe. 1883--1946, US general, who was (1941--44) Chiang Kai-shek's chief of staff and commander of all US forces in China, Burma (Myanmar), and India
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Stilwell went on to fight a land battle in northern Burma, capture the vital logistics center of Myitkyina, and reopen the land route from India to China.
Stilwell, who won Commonwealth gold in 2000, and builder Stribling claimed to have been paid PS2,000 each for the bungled smuggling operation.
Stribling, of Hilltop Farm, Farningham, near Swanley in Kent, was jailed for four years and eight months and Stilwell, of Stanley Close, Greenhithe, was sentenced to four years and four months in prison.
Peter Stienlet, managing director of Patrick Parsons, said: "We are very pleased to end 2015 on a high with the announcement that we have welcomed The Stilwell Partnership to the Parsons Group.
She earned the accolade after Stilwell trainer Emma Collings travelled north to assess Karen as she worked with clients' pets.
Victoria Stilwell, host and trainer of the hit television series It's Me or the Dog, will be giving a fascinating two day seminar about the Power of Positive Training.
respected journalists on behalf of Stilwell in particular and his positions on China in general.
The opening of Stilwell Road will give immense benefits to the people of North Eastern Region and the whole country.
Stilwell But by chance, neither he nor Ida was able to take Tim to the camp as they planned.
Both Salizzoni and Stilwell have been in New York real estate for the last two decades, and have many deep-rooted relationships and a depth of hands-on experience.
The exhibition, Stilwell Road: A Forgotten History , is the result of an expedition undertaken by scholar Phalguni Matilal, photographer Dilip Banerjee and writer Niharika Gupta who is penning a book on the historical route laid down during the World War II.
An adept tactical commander who'd been in the army nearly 40 years, Stilwell had been summoned to Washington, DC, two weeks after the Pearl Harbor attack.