Teutoburg Forest

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Teu′to•burg For′est

(ˈtu təˌbɜrg, ˈtyu-)
n.
a chain of wooded hills in NW Germany, in Westphalia, taken to be the site of a Roman defeat by Germanic tribes A.D. 9. German, Teu•to•bur•ger Wald (ˈtɔɪ toʊˌbɜr gər ˈvɑlt, -ˌbʊər-)
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They crossed the Rhine but came up against fanatical last-ditch resistance at the Teutoberger Wald in Westphalia.
The author warns we must remember the lessons of asymmetric attack that doomed the Legions of Rome in the Teutoberger Wald in 9 A.
Corporal Chapman and his comrades then came up against fanatical last-ditch resistance in the area of Teutoberger Wald in Westphalia.