The Battle of the Schelt was mostly fought by Canadians, even though it was to open the port of Antwerp, it was over shadowed by American and British operations. This was common throughout the war as the Canadians, although considered Elite, they were also considered "Commonwealth" and used to crack the channel ports.They were under supplyed and under re-enforced for the Schelt Operation but from the Breskin Pocket on they never lost a fight or lost ground. My Uncle was Captured in the Schelt by Elite Paratroops and has told of his experiences since we were kids.my father was still in Italy! I feel that it was under rated probably because it wasn't Patton! B.W Martin Couitlam British Columbia Canada
The 1974 version is rated 'R' so no one under 16. The 2003 version is rated ''R' so no one under 16. The 2006 versopm is rated 'R' so no one under 16.
Well rated R means restricted-under 17 so that is an appropriate rating for Saints Row 2
It's rated PG13 so it is unsuitable for children under 13.
Well its rated M so in a way I guess not.
It really should be rated R but I think so because they wanted more viewers so teens are movies big fans, so then teens under 18 could go out and see this movie.
It's rated PG13 so it's inappropriate for anyone under 13.
yes they say it on most episodes so that is why it is rated PG for people under 15 years
This was a battle of the American Civil War so its place under "English History" is not really correct. The Union forces retreated after failing to take the bridge guarded by the Confederates under Brig Gen William Miller
September 20 - the Battle of FulfordSeptember 25 - the Battle of Stamford BridgeOctober 14 - the Battle of HastingsSo, looking in chronological view, the Battle of Stamford Bridge (King Harold II of England defeats the Vikings under Harald Hardrada) was the second battle of 1066.
The film is rated PG-13 so anyone under 13 is not recommended
Technically they can... but it's rated R so it's not recommended for anyone under 18.
it is rated t for teen so yea, but who cares if your under that age? have someone buy it for you
It was rated PG13 (in the U.S.) so I don't really think it was intended for kids under 13.
The Australian command in France, placed under command of the British command, was ordered to do so.
The Allied victory of the Battle of Château-Thierry on 18 July 1918 was one of the first actions of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) under General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing. It was a battle in World War I as part of the Second Battle of the Marne.
ya its free it has 1str rating and is rated 18 so sorry if you are under 7 years old
Of course not. They're rated R so no one under 18 should be seeing them.
Yes, it is rated 12 in the UK (12A in the cinema so children under 12 can view it with parents.)
It is rated TV14 (in the U.S.A.) & Rated 15(in the U.K.) so obviously you should be at least 14 or 15 since it's not appropriate for people under those ages.Obviously any age can and do watch it, it is up the parents to decide, assuming they are involved with what their children are viewing.
The wire gauge is rated for the current it supports under various temperature and environmental conditions. For typical residential use 10 AWGis rated for 30 amps and 12 AWG is rated for 20 amps. So the quick answer is NO.
The Grand Cherokee is rated to tow 5,000 pounds, so aslong as you are under that, yes.
you dont battle alder n becomes the champion so you battle him then (if you beat him) you battle ghetsis.
You dont battle him. Where would you get this idea?
It was a sea battle, so.... Watery.
it was the last major battle of wwii.