blitzkrieg


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Nigel has no moustache and the only blitzkrieg he's launched is to demolish a pint.
Little Dragon set The Institute alight with a blitzkrieg of sound
Rosecrans and Confederate General Braxton Bragg; their personalities, strengths, and weaknesses and effects on the battle's outcome; and how Rosecrans's maneuvers in the late summer of 1863 and the blitzkrieg movements across middle Tennessee led to Bragg's decision to fight along Chickamauga Creek in northern Georgia.
He details the relationships and communications that worked in the Luftwaffe to help create the success of the German Blitzkrieg.
McAfee Labs believes that Project Blitzkrieg is a credible threat to the financial industry and appears to be moving forward as planned," the firm said.
The attack has links to a program called Project Blitzkrieg, which has been used to steal over USD5m already.
Intermittent mega blasts could be heard resulting from the series of Israeli air blitzkrieg.
Over six decades have passed since Germany swapped fuball for blitzkrieg as its national sport but the legacy of the eleventh Olympiad survives in the torch relay.
Later in the drills, the rapid reaction units tested their ability against the hypothetical enemies' surprised night raids and blitzkrieg with full radio silence.
It was good to see so many people take to the streets against the cuts, but the blitzkrieg assault on our jobs, communities and services won't be stopped simply with passive demonstrations - the Stop the War marches proved this.
Manstein was a product of the Prussian military order of the Hohen-zollern empire, a veteran of the Great War and the man credited with planning the Blitzkrieg that defeated France, Belgium and the Netherlands and that added the Crimea to Hitler's Third Reich.