This event had hastened the resolutions of the cardinal; and till the king and he could take the command of the siege of La Rochelle, which was determined, he had sent Monsieur to direct the first operations, and had ordered all the troops he could dispose of to march toward the theater of war
The author has organized the chapters that make up the main body of her text in three parts devoted to exile as ontological mutation, theater and performance about post-communist regions, the theater of war
and genocide, and theater dystopias, and performance as memory keeper and promoter of peace.
Since its inception, Theater of War
has delivered more than three hundred dramatic readings of Greek tragedies to military and civilian audiences.
The theater of war
excuse for denying judicial review, the judge found, is unpersuasive when the government imports detainees from elsewhere.
Army, it tells of the European Theater of War
during a harrowing era, including struggles through the Vosges Mountains, across the Rhine, into Germany, and returning home afterward to a nation at peace.
I had 22 months in the Pacific Theater of war
before I was sent home and that was because Japan had finally surrendered and the war was over.
Code, requires the CJSC to ensure the readiness of combat support agencies to fulfill their responsibilities in a theater of war
During last year's distributive operations event, called "Synthetic Theater of War
119) In discussing shipboard theatricals, Russell makes interesting observations about homoeroticism, class and power, but then invokes potent, weighty meaning by elevating the customary gratuity a London theater manager gave to sailors who rowed him ashore into "an attempt to replace an economy of service and deference with the lateral relationships of a commercial transaction; it was a recognition of mutual powerlessness, of their bond as 'actors' in a theater of war
Woodworth offers less a biography of Jefferson Davis than a study of why Confederate leadership proved wanting in the critical Western theater of war
An unforgettable look inside the theater of war
as told in the participants' own words, World War One: The People's Story is worthy of the highest recommendation for public and college library DVD shelves.