Synonyms for menehould or Related words with menehould

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Examples of "menehould"
The cantons of the arrondissement of Sainte-Menehould are:
130 years later Ste-Menehould was important in the Champagne Riots of 1910/1911.
Jean-Baptiste Collin de Sussy was born in Sainte-Menehould, Marne, on 1 January 1750.
The crest it taken from the arms of St. Menehould in red for Artillery.
Varennes-en-Argonne lies on the river Aire to the northeast of Sainte-Menehould, near Verdun.
The communes of the arrondissement of Sainte-Menehould, and their INSEE codes, are:
Vouziers-Sechault Air Base is located in the Ardennes Département about 15 miles north-northwest of Sainte-Menehould; 117 miles east-northeast of Paris.
Brizeaux is the only village in the commune. The nearest town is Sainte-Menehould, 20 km to the northwest. Paris is 214 km away.
The arrondissement of Sainte-Menehould is an arrondissement of France in the Marne department in the Grand Est region. It has 67 communes.
Actual train route: Paris, Vaires, Rive-Reine, Montmirail, Chalon-S-Marne, St Menehould, Verdun, Metz, Pont-a-Mousson, Sorcy (Level Crossing), Commercy, Vitry Le Francois, Rive-Reine.
Born at Sainte-Menehould, Marne, he served for seven years in the army, and afterwards helped his father in his duties as postmaster of Sainte-Menehould. The carriages conveying the royal family on their flight to the frontier stopped at his door on the evening of June 21, 1791; and the passengers, travelling under assumed names, were recognized by Drouet, who immediately took steps which led to their arrest and detention on reaching Varennes.
Dom Pérignon, the Benedictine monk who made important contributions to the production and quality of Champagne wine, and is often (erroneously) credited with its invention, was born in Sainte-Menehould around 1638.
Sainte-Menehould () is a commune in the Marne department in north-eastern France. The 18th-century French playwright Charles-Georges Fenouillot de Falbaire de Quingey (1727–1800) died in Sainte-Ménéhould.
Braux-Saint-Remy is a commune (municipality) in the Marne department in northeastern France. Braux-Saint-Remy is the only village in the commune. The nearest town is Sainte-Menehould at a distance of 10 km.
Michel Crozier (6 November 1922, Sainte-Menehould, Marne – 24 May 2013, Paris) was a French sociologist and member of the "Académie des sciences morales et politiques" from 1999 until his death. He also was a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, as well as a laureate of the Prize.
The village of Bienville has existed from the 5th century. St. Menehould would have died there in 490 (a chapel marks the presumed location of the house where she would have ended his life), but the first reference is from 1167.
By the First Empire, he had become a "sub-préfet" of Sainte-Menehould. After the Second Restoration in 1815, he was compelled to leave France after being deemed ""regicide"", but, returning secretly, he settled at Mâcon, under the name of Merger, and kept his identity hidden until his death.
The town is located along the old road from Paris to Verdun (RN3), which at this point is closely tracked by the A4 autoroute, on the edge of the Forest of Argonne. It is approximately 15 km to the east of Sainte-Menehould.
The vair on the shield is from the arms of the Coast Defenses of New York, the thistle is one of the emblems of Lorraine and is borne on the arms of Nancy not far from St. Mihiel. The crest it taken from the arms of St. Menehould in red for Artillery. The motto translates to “We Defend.”
Vouziers-Sechault Air Base is an abandoned military airfield in France near Vouziers (Departement des Ardennes in the Champagne-Ardenne region), located approximately 15 miles north-northwest of Sainte-Menehould (Departement de la Marne,Champagne-Ardenne); 117 miles east-northeast of Paris.