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  2. 3rd The King's Own Hussars - Wikipedia

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    The 3rd The King's Own Hussars was brigaded with the 4th Hussars in the 1st Armoured Brigade in 1939. After the fall of France, the 3rd The King's Own Hussars was shipped to North Africa and assigned to the 7th Armoured Brigade. The regiment served in the North African Campaign. In 1941, B Squadron was sent to Singapore as reinforcements, but ...

  3. List of hospitals in Belgium - Wikipedia

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    Additionally, hospitals where younger members of the Belgian royal family were born are indicated with an asterisk (*). UMC Sint-Pieter / CHU Saint-Pierre, City of Brussels. UVC Brugmann / CHU Brugmann site Paul Brien, Schaerbeek. Kliniek Sint-Jan / Clinique Saint-Jean site Kruidtuin / Botanique, City of Brussels. CHIREC Delta Hospital, Auderghem.

  4. Siege of Jerusalem (1099) - Wikipedia

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    The siege of Jerusalem (7 June – 15 July 1099) was waged by European forces of the First Crusade, resulting in the capture of the Holy City of Jerusalem from the Muslim Fatimid Caliphate, and laying the foundation for the Christian Kingdom of Jerusalem, which lasted almost two centuries. The capture of Jerusalem was the final major battle of ...

  5. Capture of Minorca (1708) - Wikipedia

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    The Capture of Minorca saw the island of Menorca (called Minorca by the British) captured from Spain by British - Dutch forces acting on behalf of Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor the Austrian claimant to the Spanish throne in September 1708 during the War of the Spanish Succession. The British would later annex the island as their own possession ...

  6. Siege of Bouchain (1711) - Wikipedia

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    The siege of Bouchain (9 August – 12 September 1711), following the Passage of the Lines of Ne Plus Ultra (5 August 1711), was a siege of the War of the Spanish Succession, and the last major victory of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough. Marlborough broke through the French defensive lines and took Bouchain after a siege of 34 days.

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