Joseph Warren Stilwell

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Noun1.Joseph Warren Stilwell - United States general who commanded the Allied forces in China and Burma and India during World War II (1883-1946)Joseph Warren Stilwell - United States general who commanded the Allied forces in China and Burma and India during World War II (1883-1946)
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Stilwell Value LLC, and Joseph Stilwell, an individual (collectively, "The Stilwell Group," and each individually, a "Stilwell Group Member") to reduce the number of its directors by two, whether through resignations or a decision not to renominate, effective at the completion of the 2016 Annual Meeting of Stockholders, the company said.
After the students from Joseph Stilwell Military Academy in Florida went to Legoland last year, their school was inspired to bring robotics into the classroom.
Joseph Stilwell, frustrated over being driven out of Burma by Japanese troops during World War II, told reporters in Delhi, India: ''I claim we got a hell of a beating.
My one minor issue is with his description of General Joseph Stilwell as having a New England demeanor or brusqueness.
Stilwell Road, built during World War II was formerly known as Ledo Road and was renamed after American General Joseph Stilwell in 1945.
General Joseph Stilwell (John Hoyt) arrives to order Merrill to march his men through the Burmese swamps to capture a Japanese railhead and then continue over the mountains to take an enemy base at Mytkyina.
a history of the campaign as seen from the commanders' view, in this case, William Slim, Lord Mountbatten, Orde Wingate and Joseph Stilwell.
A generous space is devoted to Chiang's troubled relationship with Joseph Stilwell, the American general whom Chiang detested.
The road is named after the American General Joseph Stilwell who was the chief of staff of the China- Burma- India war theatre.
leaders as the Supreme Commander of all the forces in the China Theater, General Joseph Stilwell, the commander of American forces in China, made plain his antipathy toward Chiang and made sure that the meager supplies supposed to reach the Chinese leader were dribbled out or never turned over at all.