I cannot even allow myself to describe the bloody defeat of General Braddock
, near the sources of the Ohio River, in 1755.
Although it may have been more useful in the section about the battle itself, the counterfactual allusion to how Braddock
might have reacted tactically is a critical piece of Preston's analysis (315-316).
A STATUE of former Liverpool MP Bessie Braddock
at the city's main railway station was used by protesters to remind commuters of the opening of a controversial reservoir in North Wales.
On Campaign Against Fort Duquesne: The Braddock
and Forbes Expeditions, 1755-1758, Through the Experiences of Quartermaster Sir John St.
Since opening with office last June with New York real estate veterans Kathy Braddock
and Paul Purcell at the helm, William Raveis NYC has grown to 27 agents.
He replaced Bill Braddock
, who retired after serving 28 years as 121 Financial's president/CEO.
By then, playwright Rice and her team will have logged hundreds of hours learning about and making connections in Braddock
Le film s'interesse, tout particulierement, a ces Americains de la ville de Braddock
qui a ete, autrefois, un fleuron de la siderurgie.
Metro Neighborhood Plan recommended studying the feasibility of building a tunnel connection under the freight rail tracks from the Braddock
Road station itself.
- also known as Battling Bessie - was one of Liverpool's most legendary politicians.
THE chief executive and principal of Birmingham Metropolitan College, Dame Christine Braddock
, has been appointed the new chairman of the city's Children's Hospital.
In 2011, author James Braddock
sued Jolie and the film company that made the film, saying it was partly based on his book "The Soul Shattering.