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The French and Indian War - http://warhistoryfacts.com/french-... During the French and Indian War in North America, the French held Canada in the north and New Orleans in the south. Their strategic object was to join the two with forts and settlements along the Mississippi and Ohio rivers and in so doing stop the westward expansion of the...
The French and Indian War - http://warhistoryfacts.com/french-indian-war/ During the French and Indian War in North America, the French held Canada in the north and New Orleans in the south. Their strategic object was to join the two with forts and settlements along the Mississippi and Ohio rivers and in so doing stop the westward expansion of the British colonies...
Battle of Jutland - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-... Battle of Jutland began on May 31, 1916. The Battle of Jutland was considered as the biggest naval battle of the World War I. For the first two years of the war, the German High Seas Fleet did not live up to its name: it remained in Wilhelmshaven harbor, secure behind its minefields...
Battle of Jutland - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-jutland/ Battle of Jutland began on May 31, 1916. The Battle of Jutland was considered as the biggest naval battle of the World War I. For the first two years of the war, the German High Seas Fleet did not live up to its name: it remained in Wilhelmshaven harbor, secure behind its minefields and torpedo...
Battle of Hoa Binh - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-... The Battle of Hoa Binh began on November 14, 1951. Key Indochina War battle initiated by the French. Following the French victories in battles provoked by Viet Minh Operations HOANG HOA THAM and HA NAM NINH, French military commander in Indochina General Jean de Lattre de Tassigny...
Battle of Hoa Binh - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-hoa-binh/ The Battle of Hoa Binh began on November 14, 1951. Key Indochina War battle initiated by the French. Following the French victories in battles provoked by Viet Minh Operations HOANG HOA THAM and HA NAM NINH, French military commander in Indochina General Jean de Lattre de Tassigny decided to go...
Battle of Verdun - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-... The Battle of Verdun was the longest and costliest battle of the war began on February 21, 1916, with a 1-million-shell bombardment of the French fortifications around the ancient city of Verdun in eastern France. The Allies were taken by surprise. They had been planning enormous and...
Battle of Verdun - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-verdun/ The Battle of Verdun was the longest and costliest battle of the war began on February 21, 1916, with a 1-million-shell bombardment of the French fortifications around the ancient city of Verdun in eastern France. The Allies were taken by surprise. They had been planning enormous and...
The Battle of Emsdorf - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-... The Battle of Emsdorf occurred on July 14th, 1760 and was fought between England and France. In 1760 the Duke of Brunswick’s Allied army faced an even larger French army than the one it defeated in the Battle of Minden the year before. Brunswick decided to go into the The Battle of...
The Battle of Emsdorf - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-emsdorf/ The Battle of Emsdorf occurred on July 14th, 1760 and was fought between England and France. In 1760 the Duke of Brunswick’s Allied army faced an even larger French army than the one it defeated in the Battle of Minden the year before.

Brunswick decided to go into the The Battle of Emsdorf ag...
The Battle of Minden - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-... The Battle of Minden occurred on 1 August, 1759 and it was fought between Franco-Saxon alliance and England-Hannover Alliance. In the summer of 1759 a Franco-Saxon army under Marshal the Marquis Louis de Contades successfully manoeuvred itself into a position between an Allied army...
The Battle of Minden - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-minden/ The Battle of Minden occurred on 1 August, 1759 and it was fought between Franco-Saxon alliance and England-Hannover Alliance. In the summer of 1759 a Franco-Saxon army under Marshal the Marquis Louis de Contades successfully manoeuvred itself into a position between an Allied army under Duke...
Zeppelin Raid on London - http://warhistoryfacts.com/zeppeli... First Zeppelin Raid on London had occurred on May, 31, 1915. Until May 31, 1915, the citizens of London had known the Great War as something that happened elsewhere—in France, at sea, in Russia, and the Middle East. On May 31, though, the war came to them via Zeppelin Raid...
Zeppelin Raid on London - http://warhistoryfacts.com/zeppelin-raid-london/ First Zeppelin Raid on London had occurred on May, 31, 1915. Until May 31, 1915, the citizens of London had known the Great War as something that happened elsewhere—in France, at sea, in Russia, and the Middle East. On May 31, though, the war came to them via Zeppelin Raid on London. A h...
Sino-French War - http://warhistoryfacts.com/sino-fr... Sino-French War was a war between France and China during August 1884–April 1885 that grew out of the Black Flag (Tonkin) Wars of 1882–1885. French gains in Tonkin in northern Vietnam alarmed China, for Vietnam was still its tributary state, and the Chinese were concerned about the...
Sino-French War - http://warhistoryfacts.com/sino-french-war/ Sino-French War was a war between France and China during August 1884–April 1885 that grew out of the Black Flag (Tonkin) Wars of 1882–1885. French gains in Tonkin in northern Vietnam alarmed China, for Vietnam was still its tributary state, and the Chinese were concerned about the increasing Fre...
First Battle of Ypres - http://warhistoryfacts.com/first-b... The First Battle of Ypres, also called the First Battle of Flanders, was a First World War battle fought for the strategically important town of Ypres in western Belgium in October and November 1914. The German and Western Allied attempts to secure the town from enemy...
First Battle of Ypres - http://warhistoryfacts.com/first-battle-ypres/ The First Battle of Ypres, also called the First Battle of Flanders, was a First World War battle fought for the strategically important town of Ypres in western Belgium in October and November 1914. The German and Western Allied attempts to secure the town from enemy occupation included a...
Battle of Hamburger Hill - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-... The Battle of Ap Bia Mountain, also known as the Battle of Hamburger Hill, occurred during May 11–20, 1969, as part of Operation APACHE SNOW (May 10–June 7, 1969). It was one of the bloodiest military engagements of the Vietnam War. Battle of Hamburger Hill US army Start...
Battle of Hamburger Hill - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-hamburger-hill/ The Battle of Ap Bia Mountain, also known as the Battle of Hamburger Hill, occurred during May 11–20, 1969, as part of Operation APACHE SNOW (May 10–June 7, 1969). It was one of the bloodiest military engagements of the Vietnam War.
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Start Date: May 11, 196...
The Battle of Brunanburgh, 937 - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-... Aethelstan’s English (as the Saxons were now becoming known) army fought the Battle of Brunanburgh against Constantine III of Scotland’s allied army of Welsh, Norse/Irish, Danes, and Scots. The precise site of the Battle of Brunanburgh remains the subject of...
The Battle of Brunanburgh, 937 - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-brunanburgh-937/ Aethelstan’s English (as the Saxons were now becoming known) army fought the Battle of Brunanburgh against Constantine III of Scotland’s allied army of Welsh, Norse/Irish, Danes, and Scots. The precise site of the Battle of Brunanburgh remains the subject of scholarly argument, but Bromborough on...
Battle of the Marne - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-... The Battle of the Marne, from September 5–9, 1914, was one of the major turning points of the war. It began when the German First Army abandoned its plan of sweeping round Paris. Battle of the Marne – Map Instead, General Kluck decided to move to the east of the French capital....
Battle of the Marne - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-marne/ The Battle of the Marne, from September 5–9, 1914, was one of the major turning points of the war. It began when the German First Army abandoned its plan of sweeping round Paris.
  Battle of the Marne – Map 
Instead, General Kluck decided to move to the east of the French capital. This l...
Battle of Tannenberg - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-... Battle of Tannenberg started on August 26, 1914. Before the war, the Russian forces were seen as a steamroller: slow to move but unstoppable once they did. The reality proved very different. Battle of Tannenberg Map First, the Russians moved quicker than expected, advancing into...
Battle of Tannenberg - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-tannenberg/ Battle of Tannenberg started on August 26, 1914. Before the war, the Russian forces were seen as a steamroller: slow to move but unstoppable once they did. The reality proved very different.
  Battle of Tannenberg Map 
First, the Russians moved quicker than expected, advancing into East Prussia...
Battle of Bach Dang River - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-... Battle of Bach Dang River is one of the great battles in Vietnamese history that freed Vietnam (then known as Giao Chi) from Chinese control. The Chinese had conquered Giao Chi in 111 BCE. With the decline of the Tang dynasty in the 10th century CE, chances improved for...
Battle of Bach Dang River - http://warhistoryfacts.com/battle-bach-dang-river/ Battle of Bach Dang River is one of the great battles in Vietnamese history that freed Vietnam (then known as Giao Chi) from Chinese control. The Chinese had conquered Giao Chi in 111 BCE.
With the decline of the Tang dynasty in the 10th century CE, chances improved for the Vietnamese to shake...
World War I - Europe Slides Into War - http://warhistoryfacts.com/world-w... Franz Ferdinand’s assassination sparked off a chain reaction that led to a Europe-wide World War I. With guaranteed support from Germany, Austria-Hungary sent Serbia an impossible ultimatum. When Serbia rejected it, Austria-Hungary declared war and the...
World War I - Europe Slides Into War - http://warhistoryfacts.com/world-war-europe-slides-war/ Franz Ferdinand’s assassination sparked off a chain reaction that led to a Europe-wide World War I. With guaranteed support from Germany, Austria-Hungary sent Serbia an impossible ultimatum. When Serbia rejected it, Austria-Hungary declared war and the World War I started.
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Roots of World War I - http://warhistoryfacts.com/roots-w... The roots of World War I go back to the nineteenth century. At their heart was fierce rivalry between the great powers of Europe. This rivalry came to a head on July 19, 1870, when the French emperor Napoleon III declared war on Prussia, the most powerful state in Germany. He...
Roots of World War I - http://warhistoryfacts.com/roots-world-war/ The roots of World War I go back to the nineteenth century. At their heart was fierce rivalry between the great powers of Europe.

This rivalry came to a head on July 19, 1870, when the French emperor Napoleon III declared war on Prussia, the most powerful state in Germany. He believed the...
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War in Asia - Battle of Hakodate - http://warhistoryfacts.com/war-asi... The Battle of Hakodate was fought in Japan from December 4, 1868 to June 27, 1869, between the remnants of the Tokugawa shogunate army, consolidated into the armed forces of the rebel Ezo Republic, and the armies of the newly formed Imperial government...
War in Asia - Battle of Hakodate - http://warhistoryfacts.com/war-asia-battle-hakodate/ The Battle of Hakodate was fought in Japan from December 4, 1868 to June 27, 1869, between the remnants of the Tokugawa shogunate army, consolidated into the armed forces of the rebel Ezo Republic, and the armies of the newly formed Imperial government (composed mainly of forces of the Chōshū a...
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