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  1. Há 1 dia · List of British generals and brigadiers British Army lists French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars Armies, corps, and divisions Generals killed Victorian-era Formations during the era Crimean War divisions Second Boer War formations First World War Field armies Corps Divisions Brigades Generals killed Cavalry generals Second World War Field armies

  2. Há 1 dia · 30 April 1792. An Act for defraying the Charge of the Pay and Cloathing of the Militia, in that Part of Great Britain called England, for One Year, beginning the Twenty-fifth Day of March One thousand seven hundred and ninety-two. (Repealed by Statute Law Revision Act 1871) Indemnity Act 1792 (repealed) 32 Geo. 3.

  3. Há 1 dia · Edward IV of England undertook to place the Duke of Albany on his brother's throne of Scotland. Treaty of Arras (1482) Between King Louis XI of France and the governments of the Low Countries. Treaty of Münsingen: Count Eberhard V reunites the divided County of Württemberg and declares it indivisible. 1484 Treaty of Bagnolo

  4. Há 1 dia · This is a list of places in the United States which are named after people. If not cited here, the etymology is generally referenced in the article about the person or the place. Aaronsburg, Pennsylvania – Aaron Levy (founder) [1] Abbot, Maine – John Abbot (treasurer of Bowdoin College [1] Abbott, Texas Joseph Abbott (Texas politician) [2]

  5. Há 1 dia · Seven Years' War The Seven Years' War (1754–1763) was a global conflict that involved most of the European great powers and was fought primarily in Europe, the Americas, and Asia-Pacific. Other concurrent conflicts include the French and Indian War (1754–1763), the Carnatic Wars (1744–1763), and the Anglo-Spanish War (1762–1763).

  6. › wiki › November_29November 29 - Wikipedia

    Há 1 dia · November 29 November 29 is the 333rd day of the year (334th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar; 32 days remain until the end of the year. Events Pre-1600 561 – Following the death of King Chlothar I at Compiègne, his four sons, Charibert I, Guntram, Sigebert I and Chilperic I, divide the Frankish Kingdom. [1]