Chalons-sur-Marne


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the battle in which Attila the Hun was defeated by the Romans and Visigoths in 451

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He earned several diplomas: from the Artillery School at Chalons-Sur-Marne, in France; from the Senior Intelligence School at Fort Holabird, Maryland; and from the School for Field and Anti-Aircraft at Fort Bliss, Texas.
In World War I, ten million men died on the battlefield, but we needed John Dos Passos to confront us with what that meant: In his novel 1919, he writes of the death of John Doe: "In the tarpaper morgue at Chalons-sur-Marne in the reek of chloride of lime and the dead, they picked out the pine box that held all that was left of" him.
Civic Agendas and Religious Passion: Chalons-sur-Marne during the French Wars of Religion, 1560-1594.
Konnert asks why the city councillors of Chalons-sur-Marne remained loyal to the crown in the last phase of the Wars of Religion, despite their town's location in the heavily Leaguer and Guisard province of Champagne (viii).
For a start, the cases of Quimper, Saint-Lo, Chalons-sur-Marne, Vannes, Tuhe and Colmar show that size is not always the deciding factor in choosing a capital for an administrative area.