bayonet charge


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bayonet charge

ncarica alla baionetta
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It might not be much harm on parade, except to worry and fatigue them; but how would it be in a bayonet charge against the enemy, when they want the free use of every muscle, and all their strength thrown forward?
The bridge across the canal was captured in the early hours in a nine-man bayonet charge led by Charlton.
Again wounded, he nevertheless continued to lead his men on, finally capturing the position by a bayonet charge. He was again twice wounded, and died when he was eventually brought in.
During that night Tandey and eight comrades were surrounded by Germans, yet he led a bayonet charge with such aggression that 37 of the enemy were driven into the remainder of his company.
No matter what the artillery and tanks do, it is the foot soldier who makes the bayonet charge into the enemy trenches and bunkers and holds the conquered territory.
his brigade a bayonet charge against the French batteries and columns he succeeded forcing the section of the line they attacked back but at the cost of his whole brigade almost being taken out with Duke Charles and the other officers all being wounded the charge.
Another dated May 17, 1915, reads: "By the time you receive my letter my regiment will be leading a bayonet charge with the hopes of breaking through the German lines.
Lecointre, the incoming joint chief of staff, was "a recognised hero in the army", Castaner said, noting that during his service with UN forces in Bosnia in 1995, when he was a young captain, he "was able to liberate [captured] soldiers" when he led a bayonet charge to recapture a bridge in Sarajevo from Bosnian Serb forces.
No More Instant Bayonet Charge: Bayonets can be mapped to a specific key so they are not confused with melee.
He at once led a bayonet charge on the position, killing and capturing the whole post.
At first the Canadians fought well, but after a couple of cases of mistaken identity, confusion and panic set in and a bayonet charge by the Fenians won the day.
After his regiment's trench had been taken by the enemy, he led a party of 11 soldiers in a bayonet charge counter attack, killing eight of the enemy, wounding two and taking 16 prisoners.