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Activities of Francis Rittgen (5 resources in data.bnf.fr) ... Opération Nordwind, dernière offensive allemande sur la France (2006) Géographies intérieures (1994) Opération Nordwind, 25 décembre 1944-25 janvier 1945 (1984) See also. In BnF (1) Equivalent record in Catalogue général On the Web (3) Equivalent record in IdRef Equivalent record in ISNI Equivalent record in VIAF BnF ...
The Liberation of France is the sequence of events and military campaigns during the Second World War in which German-occupied France was progressively liberated by the Allied forces, with internal support by the French Resistance.France was mostly free by September 1944, with some clean-up operations continuing, especially along the Atlantic coast until the defeat of Nazi Germany in May 1945.
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The Italian invasion of France (10–25 June 1940), also called the Battle of the Alps, was the first major Italian engagement of World War II and the last major engagement of the Battle of France.. The Italian entry into the war widened its scope considerably in Africa and the Mediterranean Sea.The goal of the Italian leader, Benito Mussolini, was the elimination of Anglo-French domination in ...
Opération "Nordwind" (31 décembre 1944 - 25 janvier 1945) by Francis Rittgen — not in English Common Knowledge: 1945: Opération Nordwind, Janvier 1945, Alsace du nord by P. Perny — not in English Common Knowledge: 1945
En effet, sur la dernière case de l'échiquier, il faudrait déposer 263 graines, soit plus de neuf milliards de milliards de grains (9 223 372 036 854 775 808 grains précisément), et y ajouter le total des grains déposés sur les cases précédentes, ce qui fait un total de 18 446 744 073 709 551 615 grains (la formule de calcul est alors 264-12) ou bien plus de 1000 fois la production ...
The Italian invasion of France, also called the Battle of the Alps (10–25 June 1940), was the first major Italian engagement of World War II and the last major engagement of the Battle of France . The Italian entry into the war widened its scope considerably in Africa and the Mediterranean Sea.
The main Italian attack was by the Fourth Army under General Alfredo Guzzoni. The Alpine Corps reinforced by the corps artillery of the IV Army Corps on its left flank opened up its offensive on a front stretching 21–25 mi (34–40 km) from the Col de la Seigne to the Col du Mont.
On 29 May, Mussolini convinced King Victor Emmanuel III, who was constitutionally the supreme commander of the Italian armed forces, to delegate his authority to Mussolini and on 4 June Badoglio was already referring to him as supreme commander.
Italy declared war on France and Britain on the evening of 10 June, to take effect just after midnight. The two sides exchanged air raids on the first day of war, but little transpired on the Alpine front, since France and Italy had defensive strategies.
Lost time is never found again.