What year did the actual battle between the French and Mexican forces on Cinco de Mayo take place?

the battle of Puebla in 1862.

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On November 11 1918 what was declared?

An armistice which ended WWI.

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Where did the Battle of San Jacinto begin?

Well it really took place in a really big area. Along the banks of the buffalo bayou where it joins the San Jacinto river and a wide prairie extended in front of the camps towards vince's Bayou.

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How do people celebrate armed forces day?

they normally dont celebrate they are only allow home

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Why soldiers exchange gifts as brown bread?

Soldiers didn’t exchange brown bread.

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Is it wrong to display the US flag at night?

From Wikipedia, "The United States Flag Code," "Ordinarily, it should be displayed only between sunrise and sunset, although the Flag Code permits nighttime display "when a patriotic effect is desired." Similarly, the flag should be displayed only when the weather is fair, except when an all-weat...

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What did Romans wear other than costumes?

Romans liked to wear colorful masks

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In whose memory is Dec22 celebrated as 'State IT Day'?

In whose memory is dec.22 celebrated as 'state IT day'?

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When displaying the flag at night must it be illuminated?

Flags are supposed to be lowered at night. You generally raise the flag at colours (0800) and lower them at sunset. If 0800 is before dawn, you raise the flag at 0800, lower it immediately, then raise the flag again at dawn.

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How do people celebrate Armistice Day?

In many countries, people celebrate Armistice Day with a moment of silence at 11:00 a.m. local time. In addition, people will visit the graves of the soldiers that died in combat.

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In whose memory is dec.22 celebrated as state it day?

In whoes memory is dec.22 celebrated as state it day

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What happend at the Battle of San Jacinto?

Texas won its independence from Mexico.

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What holiday is on May 8th?

May 8th celebrates the liberation of territories and countries occupied by Germany at the end of the second world war. I know it's an official holiday in France and in Czech Republic. Don't know where else. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

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Does Germany and or Europe celebrate Armistice Day now known as Veterans Day in the U.S.?

Many countries remember the sacrifices of their warriors on the anniversary of the armistice.

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Who destroyed a bridge at San Jacinto?

The person that destroyed a brige at San Jacinto was " Deaf " Smith

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Who is someone who died for ther beliefs in the 20th century?

celina felix born in 1912 died for race beliefs

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What happened November 11 1918?

Nov 11th, 1918: Germany facing invasion from the allies and with poor supplies of food and weapons signs armistice agreement with the allies bringing to and end World War I. The armistice The armistice Everyone (all the countries) signed a peace treaty and Germany had to pay about 13,000,000 d...

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Is San Jacinto A real city?

Yes, it is in California. http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&client=safari&rls=en&q=San+Jacinto&um=1&ie=UTF-8&split=0&gl=us&ei=UwjQSd7KNsSFtgekp6TtCQ&sa=X&oi=geocode_result&resnum=1&ct=title

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What happened in the battle of san jacinto?

That day at San Jacinto many of our greatest heroes of Texas died. If it weren't for these brave individuals we would probably still be in Mexico's comand. No offense to Mexico but I like Texas the way it is.

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What is the date of Armistice Day?

In most countries, Armistice Day is November 11; this marks the armistice (and effective end) of World War One.

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Where is San Juan hill located?

San Juan Hill is a north-south oriented ridge located just over one mile east of "Santiago de Cuba" on the island of Cuba. It is the site of a famous battle that occurred during the Spanish-American War on July 1st of 1898, in which future president Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt participated with di...

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Does Germany celebrate remembrance day?

the Germans have a memorial day but NOT on November 11th.

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How did Spain affect the fight for Mexican independence?

Well it was basicly a vietnam style war. Guerilla style combat and hit and evade tactics againt the Spaniards. The withdrawled because it wasn't worth the money and recources. And just making sure you know, Cinco de Mayo is Not mexicos independence day.

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What mexican dictator was defeated at the battle of san jacinto?

General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna.

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Why warriors have to wear such costume?

To instill Fear in to the emimie, like you seeing a lion snarling at you,

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Why was the battle of san jacinto a turning point in the war?

The Mexican Army was taken by surprise and soundly defeated by the Texan Army at San Jacinto. It was more of a conclusion than a turning point. The Mexican victories at the Alamo and Goliad were the turning point because Texans wanted to avenge them. Also, Santa Anna began to believe that his arm...

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Is San Jacinto a city?

Yes, San Jacinto, CA 92583. A small city next to Hemet, CA has a City Hall, a Post Office, and Schools.

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In whose memory is dec 22 celebrated as state it day?

PAGAL MAI NAHI BATON GI.......................

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Did Texas win the Battle of San Jacinto?

Yes, it was a clear victory for Texas, although Mexico refused to recognize Texas as a country after the battle and still considered it a rebellious province of Mexico.

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What is the actual battle between the French and Mexican forces on Cinco de Mayo called?

The Battle of Puebla (May 5th, 1862).

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What is the military time?

The (US) military counts time from midnight to midnight in one continuous count. The day commences with 0001, and end at 2359. You civilians would count normally up to Noon. From 1:00 p.m, just add 12 to each of the numbers. For example, 1:00 p.m. would be 1300 hours (spoken aloud as 'thirteen hu...

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In what order were the different departments in the US Military founded?

Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard (DHS)

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How did people celebrate Veterans Day in 1919?

In 1919 there was no veteran's day, only armistice day on the 11th of November. People did not celebrate it very much, other than remembering WWI. In 1954, our veteran's day was made, and was celebrated widely.

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What happened on November 11 1981?

the mom attack the dads

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Can you name 3 people or companies that have a hatred toward the Jews?

Hitler, Haman, and Vashti. Hitler killed many Jews during world war 2. Haman was going to kill Achashverosh (the king of Shushan at that time) and then kill the Jews. Vashti had gold stolen as the first beit hamikdash was destroyed and than showed it of at her party.

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Whom do we remember on November 11?

U.S. President Woodrow Wilson first proclaimed an Armistice Day for November 11, 1919, which was the end of World War 1.

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What happened the Battle of San Jacinto?

The Texans captured the Mexican leader, Santa Anna and later the Treaty of Velasco was signed

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How did events in Spain affect the fight for Mexican independence?

How did events in Spain affect the fight for Mexican independence?

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What happened on November 11 1918 in Russia?

Nothing of any great significance happened in Russia that day. The big event was in Compiégne, France where Germany surrendered to the Allies, Britain, US, France and Russia.

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Why do you celebrate Constitution Day?

because i like constitution day because im cool like that. oh yeah i am. - martina w.

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7000 Confederates died on the third day at Gettysburg because of this?

Pickett's Charge, miles of open fields with VERY little coverage. 7000 confederates didn't die during pickett's charge, they were casualties which is dead, wounded and missing. I would say there were no more than 500 actual death during the charge.

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