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Alsace-Lorraine

-Lorraine), he announced his firm intention to gain full autonomy for Alsace-Lorraine, so that she could become a fully-fledged state of the German Reich. He died at Carlsbad, Bohemia in 1885, still in office but without having achieved his aim. Both Erckmann and Chatrian were born in the ''département'' of Moselle, in the Lorraine (Lorraine (province)) region in the extreme north-east of France. They specialised in military fiction and ghost stories in a rustic mode, applying


Iraq

of the most highly decorated units in the U.S. Army and has been featured prominently in military fiction since its first deployment. In March 2003, 2–325 and 3-325 Airborne Infantry of the 2nd BCT was attached to the 75th Ranger Regiment as part of a Special Operations Task Force to conduct a parachute assault to seize Saddam International Airport in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. On 21 March 2003, D Company crossed the Saudi Arabia-Iraqi border as part of Task Force Hunter


Canada

, 220pp '''Jamal A. Badawi''' ( '''Michael Z. Williamson''' is a science fiction and military fiction (War novel) author. Born in Birkenhead, England, he and his family emigrated


United States

fiction , satire, military fiction (war novel) and science fiction from the 1940s through the mid-1950s, notably the ''Tales from the Crypt (Tales from the Crypt (comics))'' series. In 1954-55, censorship pressures prompted it to concentrate on the humor magazine ''Mad (Mad (magazine))'', leading to the company's greatest success. EC was privately owned by Maxwell Gaines and later, during its period of notoriety, by his son, William Gaines. It was eventually absorbed

. ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION United States Navy (United States Navy) admiral (Admiral (United States)) DATE OF BIRTH 11 June 1807 '''Michael Z. Williamson''' is a science fiction and military fiction (War novel) author. Born in Birkenhead, England, he and his family emigrated to Canada, then the United States in 1978. Williamson frequently utilizes the pen names "Mad Mike", and "Crazy Einar". He is retired from the Military


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