Definition of Marne River

1. Noun. A World War I battle in northwestern France where the Allies defeated the Germans in 1918.

Exact synonyms: Battle Of The Marne, Belleau Wood, Chateau-thierry
Generic synonyms: Pitched Battle
Group relationships: First World War, Great War, War To End War, World War 1, World War I
Geographical relationships: France, French Republic



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marne River

Marlovian
Marlovians
Marlowe
Marmaduke
Marmara
Marme's reagent
Marmite
Marmited
Marmites
Marmiting
Marmora
Marmota caligata
Marmota flaviventris
Marmota monax
Marne
Marne River (current term)
Marnie
Maroc
Maronite Christian
Maronite Christians
Maronite Church
Maronites
Marool
Maroon Spirit
Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome
Marplan
Marquand
Marquesan
Marquesans
Marquesas

Literary usage of Marne River

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1. Atlas of European Historyby Earle Wilbur Dow by Earle Wilbur Dow (1907)
"... sea 29 Jb Marne, department 25 Fc Marne, river 20 Fb ... Lot. for Marne (river) Matto Grosso 31 Ed Maubeuge 20 Fa Mauguio ii Fe ..."

2. Blood & Iron: Impressions from the Front in France & Flanders by Wilson McNair (1916)
"At the Marne river they had planned for themselves the greatest success of all, which was to afford a " decision " by cutting the Allied Army in two ..."

3. Handbook of the European War by Corinne Bacon (1914)
"September 4—Paris prepares for a siege, but the German right wing passes by to the Marne River on the east. Austrians meet reserves in Russian Poland. ..."

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