The volume celebrates the music of northern France ("ars musica septentrionalis") from ninth-century chant to the polyphony of the fifteenth century, and had its first incarnation as a conference held in Cambrai
and Douai in 2005, directed by Barbara Haggh and Frederic Billiet.
The second part of the barracks name refers to a small city in northern France known for the World War Battle of Cambrai
, which took place in late 1917.
Frederick Tipping was one of five men who died when the tank, named 'Deborah D51' was hit during the German shelling of Flesquieres, a few miles from Cambrai
1917: The Myth of the First Great Tank Battle.
The regiment then paraded through the town, led by the Heavy Cavalry and Cambrai
Tanks were first used in combat during WWI at Cambrai
in France in 1917
Both the battles of Cambrai
and Tobruk are misspelled, a misdemeanor offense, but indicative of the relative lack of concern for important questions of military history that are generally neglected here.
Meanwhile, Florette Europe is set to open a fifth factory at Cambrai
, northern France.
A five-course Valentine's dinner is included in a one-night stay at the three-star 19th Century Chateau de la Motte Fenelon, near Cambrai
The new Lycee at Caudry near Cambrai
in north-east France involved the most stringent design and construction ecological competition yet for a school in France.
But the Cambrai
attack was not only supported but enhanced by Haig; it was, as Travers admits, more than envisaged by the Tank Corps planners originally.
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