Battn

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Battn

ABBR =battalionBón.
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The National Bureau for Defending Land and Resisting Settlements has denounced members of the "Knesset" and rabbis for opening a synagogue in the Battn Al-Hawa neighborhood in the Silwan town, south of Al-Aqsa Mosque, on a property brought under control in 2015, moreover, the introduction of 2 books of the Torah.
While in the trenches he produced sketches, including one of a soldier of the 5th Battn, Northumberland Fusiliers killed in action and lying amidst barbed wire entanglements and Flanders poppies.
AFTER having been twice wounded, once by a bullet and once in a bayonet charge, Lance Corporal Rosenberg, 2nd Battn Worcestershire Regiment, has been killed in France.
He died in an attack which gained many compliments to the Battn.
As well, the only Henry Davy retained on The Executive Council List is a much older fellow who served as a private in the 2nd Battn.
A large number of Israeli troops and border guards were deployed in Silwan district on Saturday morning as a prelude to expelling the Jerusalemite family of Abdullah Abu Nab from their home in Battn Al-Hawa neighborhood and bringing Jewish settlers to live in their place.
Private Craig Barber, 20, a soldier with the 2nd Battn Royal Welsh, was at the wheel of his Warrior armoured vehicle when the single ricocheting shot hit him in the temple.
There's also a nice photo of the 4th Battn firing a volley.
The dead soldier was from 1st Battn the Black Watch, based in Perth, Scotland, a Ministry of Defence spokesman said.
He was CO 1st Battn RRW from 1995-97, promoted to colonel prior to a staff appointment at Headquarters Adjutant General in Uphavon and then Commander British forces Bosnia.
It was a memorable encounter because his Corps represented the 4th Battn.
Henry Young UE had some trouble with documentation regarding ownership of Lot 21, Concession 3, Fredericksburgh Township, and this prompted him to submit a Petition in 1806, wherein he states that he was in the 2nd Battn of the King's Royal Yorkers.