The Somme river, known for: The river is perhaps most famous as a result of the World War I Battle of the Somme (July 1, 1916). The great battles which finally stopped the German advance in the Spring Offensive of 1918 were fought around the valley of the Somme in places like Villers Bretonneux, which marked the beginning of the end of the war.
Josquin Desprez's career exemplifies the dominance of composers from northern France and the Netherlands during the Renaissance.
There were 123 battles
Southern France is hotter than Northern France, especially in the summer where the climate up North is mild, whereas the teperatures in southern France may be really hot. In Southern France the climate is described as "Mediterranean" (somewhat Californian) while in the remainder of the country the climate is described as "temperate".Eastern regions, being farther form the mild influence of the Atlantic Ocean, have the coldest temperatures during winter.
AnswerIt is Verdun.
There were about ten different battles fought in Normandy during World War 2. No-one can be precise because some of the battles known under one name were actually several different battles so the number is imprecise.
There were several minor fights in northern Greece, and a delaying action at Thermopylae. The main battles were the sea battle at Salamis and the land battle at Plataia.
They were in the Battle of France in which they fought the Germans and France lost
I know for a fact that France won the Battle of Verdun
as France is in northern hemisphere so it is summer during June July and august
France is Northern Hemisphere, so it's winter.
The Battle of Saratoga.
The island of Peleliu was the jumping off point for several battles in World War II.