XIII Corps
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13 Corps, 13th Corps, Thirteenth Corps, or XIII Corps may refer to:
- XIII Corps (Ottoman Empire)
- XIII Russian Corps
- XIII Corps (United States)
- XIII Corps (ACW), America Civil War Corps
- XIII (Royal Württemberg) Corps, a unit of the Imperial German Army prior to and during World War I
- XIII Corps (United Kingdom), a British infantry corps during the First World war, and a British-commanded Commonwealth formation during the Second World War

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XIII Corps (United Kingdom) - Wikipedia, the free …
This article is about the United Kingdom Army unit. For other units of the same name, see XIII Corps.
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XIII Corps (United States) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Activated on 7 December 1942 in Providence, Rhode Island, the XIII Corps fought for 180 days in the European Theater of Operations, fighting from the ...
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XIII Corps (Union Army) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
XIII Corps was a corps of the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was first led by Ulysses S. Grant and later by John A. McClernand and Edward O.C. ...
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XIII Corps - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
XIII Corps. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search ... XIII Corps (Grande Armée), a corps of the Imperial French army during the ...
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XIII Army Corps (Germany) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
German XIII. Corps (XIII. Armeekorps) was a corps in the German Army during World War II. It was destroyed during the Lvov–Sandomierz Offensive and ...
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XIII Corps (Ottoman Empire) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The XIII Corps of the Ottoman Empire was one of the corps of the Ottoman Army. It was formed in the early 20th century during Ottoman military reforms. Contents.
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XIII (Royal Württemberg) Corps - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The XIII (Royal Württemberg) Army Corps / XIII AK (German: XIII. (Königlich Württembergisches) Armee-Korps) was a corps of the Imperial German Army. It was ...
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XIII Corps - ARMY CORPS - U.S. Militaria Forum
XIII Corps - posted in ARMY CORPS: NAME: XIII Corps / Thirteenth Corps / 13th Corps / XIII Army CorpsNICKNAME: None.BATTLE ...
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Chapter 17: Lessons of the Roer and the Ardennes
Jan 11, 2007 ... Shortly before XIII Corps became operative, Warner asked 12th Army Group for an additional group to supervise his base operations.
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13th Corps Patch - MilitaryVetsPX.com
The 13th Corps Patch was worn from 7 June 1923 to 5 June 1970. The XIII Corps was activated in 1942 at Providence, Rhode Island. The four leaf clover is for ...
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XIII Corps was a British infantry corps during the First and Second World Wars. ... XIII Corps was formed in France on 15 November 1915 under Lieutenant- General Walter Congreve to be part of Fourth Army. .... Oxford University Press.
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Activated on 7 December 1942 in Providence, Rhode Island, the XIII Corps fought for 180 days in the European Theater of Operations, fighting from the ...
XIII Corps (Union Army) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
XIII Corps was a corps of the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was first led by Ulysses S. Grant and later by John A. McClernand and Edward O.C. ...
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The Battle for Western Europe, Fall 1944: An Operational ...
John A. Adams, 2010
In a series of sharp fights, XIX Corps closed up along the Roer on 28 November. Undersized XIII Corps took over part of Ninth Army's forward sector on the 24th. XIX Corps had finished its movement to the river. Eight artillery battalions were ...
Ghost Army of World War II
Jack Kneece, 2001
Division in an assembly area of the XIII Corps zone while actual divisions were assembling int the zone of the XVI corps. The mission also included furnishing advice on Army cover plans as well as techniques of deception to the commanding ...
The German Defeat in the East, 1944-45
Samuel W. Mitcham, Jr., 2007
The next day, they routed Major General Oskar Eckholt's 291st "Elk" Infantry Division of the XXXXVI Panzer Corps near Lopatyn, north of the XIII Corps.86 The 16th and 17th Panzer Divisions, led by Major General Hans-Ulrich Back and ...
Across a Deadly Field: The War in the West
John Hill, 2015
Union Army of the Tennessee, May 1862, Major General Ulysses S. Grant (LB 2) XIII Corps, Major General John A. McClernand (1 LB) XIII Corps, 9th Division, Brigadier General Peter Osterhaus (1 LB) XIII Corps, 9th Division, 1st Brigade, ...
Ghosts of the ETO: American Tactical Deception Units in the ...
Jonathan Gawne, 2009
The attempt was made to continue the typical amount of antiaircraft defenses in the three corps areas, but make it appear that there was more to hide in the XIII Corps area. The 19th Antiaircraft Group was in charge of air defenses in the XIII ...
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WWI Italian postcard represents Serbia fighting with Austria and Germany, while Bulgaria tries to kill Serbia with a knife and Greece watches from the sideline It's why the First World War started and where the first battles were fought, but the history of the Austro-Hungarian war with Serbia in 1914 tends to go uncovered in accounts of the war among western historians as fighting on the western front invariably takes centre stage. I began to wonder recently, however, why exactly it was that the empire of Austria-Hungary, while considered by historians as a dangerous anachronism, nevertheless a 'great power' was unable to defeat the small and newly formed Balkan Kingdom of Serbia.
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