Quatre Bras (Black Watch at Bay) by William Barnes Wollen in the collection of Black Watch Museum.
The Battle of Waterloo, by William Sadler II
Alten as Minister of War
Map of the Waterloo campaign
The strategic situation in Western Europe in 1815: 250,000 Frenchmen faced about 850,000 allied soldiers on four fronts. In addition, Napoleon was forced to leave 20,000 men in Western France to reduce a royalist insurrection.
Statue in Hannover, Germany (Sculptor: Heinrich Kümmel).
The Prince of Orange (1815)
The resurgent Napoleon's strategy was to isolate the Anglo-allied and Prussian armies and annihilate each one separately.
General von Alten auf dem Schlachtfeld von Waterloo
Brunswickers during the Battle of Quatre-Bras.
The 1st Duke of Wellington, commander of the Anglo-allied Army
The von-Alten-garden in Hanover on the grounds of his former house
The Prince of Orange leads his Dutch troops at Quatre-Bras
Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher, who had led one of the Coalition armies defeating Napoleon at the Battle of Leipzig, commanded the Prussian Army.
The 28th Regiment at Quatre Bras - (at approximately 17:00) - Elizabeth Thompson - (1875)
A 1816 map of the local topography and the location of the battle
Monument erected in remembrance of the battle
A view of the battlefield from the Lion's Mound. On the top right are the buildings of La Haye Sainte.
Monument to the British and Hanoverian Troops.
A map of the Waterloo campaign
Brunswick Monument.
The Battle of Mont-Saint-Jean
Monument to the Dutch Cavalry regiments.
Nassau troops at Hougoumont farm
Monument to the Belgians.
The gate on the north side assaulted by the 1st Légère who were led by Sous-lieutenant Legros
Map of the battle: Napoleon's units are in blue, Wellington's in red, Blücher's in grey.
La Haye Sainte – one of Wellington's advanced defensible positions. As the battle progressed it became clear that its defence and control was of greatest tactical importance.
The Battle of Waterloo by Clément-Auguste Andrieux
Scotland Forever!, the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo painted by Elizabeth Thompson
British Household Cavalry charging
Sergeant Ewart of the Scots Greys capturing the eagle of the 45e Ligne in The Fight For The Standard'' by Richard Ansdell
Private of the Chevau-légers of the line (lancers) who routed the Union Brigade
Dutch Belgian carabiniers at Waterloo.
Jan Willem Pieneman's The Battle of Waterloo (1824). Duke of Wellington, centre, flanked on his left by Lord Uxbridge in hussar uniform. On the image's far left, Cpl. Styles of the Royal Dragoons flourishes the eagle of the 105e Ligne. The wounded Prince of Orange is carried from the field in the foreground.
Marshal Ney leading the French cavalry charge, from Louis Dumoulin's Panorama of the Battle of Waterloo
French Cuirassiers, by Louis Dumoulin
"The artillery officers had the range so accurately, that every shot and shell fell into the very centre of their masses" (Original inscription and drawing after George Jones)
A British square puts up dogged resistance against attacking French cavalry
2nd Guard Lancers with the Grenadiers à Cheval in support
The storming of La Haye Sainte by Knötel
The Prussian attack on Plancenoit painted by Adolph Northen
Situation from 17:30 to 20:00
Napoleon addresses the Old Guard as it prepares to attack the Anglo-allied centre at Waterloo
Grenadier of the Old Guard in Le Grenadier by Édouard Detaille
General David Hendrik Chassé
Chassé leads the advance of his division
British 10th Hussars of Vivian's Brigade (red shakos – blue uniforms) attacking mixed French troops, including a square of Guard grenadiers (left, middle distance) in the final stages of the battle
The storming of Plancenoit by Ludwig Elsholtz
Carabinier-à-Cheval cuirass holed by a cannonball at Waterloo, belonging to Antoine Fauveau (Musée de l'Armée)
Lord Hill invites the last remnants of the French Imperial Guard to surrender, painted by Robert Alexander Hillingford.
"The morning after the battle of Waterloo", by John Heaviside Clark, 1816
Invasion of France by the Seventh Coalition armies in 1815
Sir David Wilkie, The Chelsea Pensioners reading the Waterloo Dispatch, 1822
The Lion's Mound at Waterloo
"The Field of Waterloo", by J. M. W. Turner, 1818

The Battle of Quatre Bras was fought on 16 June 1815, as a preliminary engagement to the decisive Battle of Waterloo that occurred two days later.

- Battle of Quatre Bras

At the Battle of Waterloo, he commanded a division in the front line, where he was wounded.

- Charles, Count Alten

Also on 16 June, a small portion of the French army contested the Battle of Quatre Bras with the Anglo-allied army.

- Battle of Waterloo
Quatre Bras (Black Watch at Bay) by William Barnes Wollen in the collection of Black Watch Museum.
A margin snail with its mantle partly covering the shell
Marginella cloveri Barra, Brazil
Marginella aurantia N´Gor, Senegal
Marginella bavayi Senegal (Gorée Is.)
Marginella belcheri South Western Sahara, Mauritania
Marginella carquejai Praia Amélia, Namibe Angola
Marginella chalmersi St. Tomé Is.
Marginella cleryi southern Mauritania
Marginella desjardini offshore Dakar, Senegal
Marginella festiva Almadies, Dakar, Senegal
Marginella gemmula Saco Mar, Namibe, Angola
Marginella glabella offshore Dakar, Senegal
Marginella goodalli Dakar Harbour, Senegal
Marginella gloriosa Western Sahara
Marginella huberti off Luanda, Angola
Marginella liparozona Annobón, Gulf of Guinea
Marginella luculenta Saco Mar, Namibe, Angola
Marginella melvilli Baía St. Antonio Principe Is
Marginella orstomi off Luanda, Angola
Marginella sebastiani off Guiné-Bissau
Marginella simulata Praia Amélia, Namibe Angola
Marginella spinacia Espraínha, S. Tomé Is.
Marginella undulans Saco Mar, Namibe, Angola
Marginella bairstowi Fishhoeck, False Bay South Africa
Marginella broderickae South East Cape South Africa
Marginella cosmia East London, South Africa
Marginella diadochus Luderitz, Namibia
Marginella eucosmia NE Port Elizabeth South Africa
Marginella minuscula Algoa Bay, South Africa
Marginella musica Cape Agulhas South Africa
Marginella ornata Transkei, South Africa
Marginella peelae f. ''beltmani False Bay, S. Africa
Marginella piperata Jeffreys Bay, South Africa
Marginella piperata albocincta Algoa Bay, South Africa
Marginella piperata lutea Algoa Bay, South Africa
Marginella piperata strigata East London, South Africa
Marginella rosea Gansbaai, S. Africa
Marginella anna Bazaruto Is., Mozambique
Marginella caterinae off Hafun-Bay-north Somalia

Species of very small sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk or micromollusk in the family Cystiscidae.

- Persicula cingulata

Persicula cingulata (Dillwyn, 1817)

- Persicula

Marginella vittata Hutton, 1873: synonym of Persicula cingulata (Dillwyn, 1817)

- Marginella

Abarema alexandri is a species of plant of the genus Abarema in the family Fabaceae.

- Abarema alexandri

Species of plant in the family Fabaceae.

- Abarema ganymedea

Abarema alexandriShadbark abarema

- Abarema

One of the 43 districts in Ashanti Region, Ghana.

- Bosomtwe District

Afrancho is a village in the Bosomtwe district, a district in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

- Afrancho

In the 2016 elections, He obtained 46,238 votes out of the total 54,144 votes cast representing 85.82% whilst his closest contender the then District Chief Executive (DCE) of the Bosomtwe District Veronica Antwi-Adjei of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) had 7,215 votes representing 13.39%.

- Yaw Osei Adutwum
Red Hot Chili Peppers in 2006, showing a quartet lineup for a rock band (from left to right: bassist, lead vocalist, drummer, and guitarist)
The Doobie Brothers in 1974 (L–R): Knudsen, Porter, Simmons, Johnston (front), Hartman
Doobie Bros in the Dutch TV show TopPop (January 1974). L-R: Simmons, Porter, Knudsen, Johnston
The Doobie Brothers in 1976: Back row L-R: Baxter, Hartman, Johnston, Knudsen, Simmons. Front row L-R: Porter, McDonald
Backstage at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, California in 1982. This would be the farewell concert for the band's original run, and featured a one-off return of founding vocalist Tom Johnston (far right).
The Doobie Brothers in concert at the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, California, on August 31, 2006

Cycles is the tenth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers.

- Cycles (The Doobie Brothers album)

Knudsen was best known as a drummer and vocalist for The Doobie Brothers.

- Keith Knudsen

Other long-serving members of the band include guitarist Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (1974–1979), bassist Tiran Porter (1972–1980, 1987–1992) and drummers John Hartman (1970–1979, 1987–1992), Michael Hossack (1971–1973, 1987–2012), and Keith Knudsen (1973–1982, 1993–2005).

- The Doobie Brothers
Red Hot Chili Peppers in 2006, showing a quartet lineup for a rock band (from left to right: bassist, lead vocalist, drummer, and guitarist)
31st Test and Evaluation Squadron F-35 Lightning II
Emblem of the United States Air Force Warfare Center
Shield of Air Combat Command
A flight of Aggressor F-15 Eagles and F-16 Fighting Falcons fly in formation over the Nevada Test and Training Range
A B-2 Spirit bomber from the 509th Bomb Wing, Whiteman AFB, Missouri refuels from a KC-135 Stratotanker
The first F-22A assigned to the USAFWC
An F-117A Nighthawk Stealth fighter from the 49th Fighter Wing, 9th Fighter Squadron "Iron Knights," from Holloman AFB, New Mexico, flies a training mission over the New Mexico desert
USAF Thunderbirds, part of the United States Air Force Warfare Center
F-22A from the 1st Fighter Wing, 27th Fighter Squadron, Langley AFB, Virginia being guided into place on the flightline
An HH-60G Pave Hawk retrieves a pararescueman as an A-10 Thunderbolt II provides cover fire during a firepower demonstration on the Nellis bombing range.
A Boeing E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System from Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
A maintenance crew prepares an RQ-4 Global Hawk for a test at Beale Air Force Base
Air Combat Command bases c. 2001

The United States Air Force Warfare Center (USAFWC) at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, reports directly to Air Combat Command.

- United States Air Force Warfare Center

The wing reports to the United States Air Force Warfare Center at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, which in turn reports to Headquarters Air Combat Command.

- 53rd Wing

In 2015, responsibility for the B-1 Lancer bomber fleet was also transferred from ACC to AFGSC, putting the entire Air Force bomber force under AFGSC, however some B-1Bs and B-52Hs remain under the 53d Wing for test and evaluation.

- Air Combat Command
31st Test and Evaluation Squadron F-35 Lightning II
Pierina Legnani (left) and Olga Preobrajenskaya (right) costumed as Medora and Gulnare, respectively, for the scene "Le jardin animé" from Marius Petipa's final revival of Le Corsaire for the Imperial Ballet. St Petersburg, 1899. Legnani was the first ballerina ever to be officially titled as Prima ballerina assoluta, the highest rank for women.
The Royal Swedish Opera
Karl August Nicander.
Nadja Sellrup as Esmeralda in "Ringaren i Notre-Dame" ("The Hunchback of Notre-Dame"), a 2009 ballet at the Royal Swedish Opera.
Järnbärare Wetterling 1826

She played an important part in the development of the Royal Swedish Ballet.

- Julie Alix de la Fay

Dancers from France, Italy and Belgium, such as Antoine Bournonville, Louis Gallodier, Giovanna Bassi and Julie Alix de la Fay were hired to perform and to educate Swedish students.

- Royal Swedish Ballet

14 March – Julie Alix de la Fay ballerina (born 1746)

- 1826 in Sweden
Pierina Legnani (left) and Olga Preobrajenskaya (right) costumed as Medora and Gulnare, respectively, for the scene "Le jardin animé" from Marius Petipa's final revival of Le Corsaire for the Imperial Ballet. St Petersburg, 1899. Legnani was the first ballerina ever to be officially titled as Prima ballerina assoluta, the highest rank for women.
An engraving of St Irenaeus, Bishop of Lugdunum in Gaul (now Lyon, France)
Saint-Nicholas basilica, Saint-Nicolas-de-Port, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Lorraine, France. 16th century stained glass window representing Saint Claudius.
Emperor Constantine I established the rights of the Church in the year 315.
Saint Benedict, father of Western monasticism and author of Rule of St Benedict. Detail from fresco by Fra Angelico, c. 1437–46.
Saint Thomas Aquinas carrying the whole Church with his theology
Pope Urban II at the Council of Clermont (1095), where he preached the First Crusade; later manuscript illumination by Jean Colombe from a copy of the Passages d'outremer of c. 1490
Whitby Abbey, England, one of hundreds of European monasteries destroyed during the Reformation in Anglican, French, and Reformed areas. While some Lutheran monasteries voluntarily dissolved, others continue to the present day.
When the Calvinist Guernsey Martyrs were executed for heresy during the Marian persecutions, one of the women gave birth. Although the baby was rescued, priests nearby said the boy should burn due to having inherited moral stain from his mother. The boy was ordered to be burned by Bailiff Hellier Gosselin, who later on fled the island to escape public outrage after Elizabeth I took the throne.
Melk Abbey—adjoining Wachau Valley, Lower Austria—exemplifies the Baroque style.
After centuries of French opposition, Pope Innocent XI was beatified by Pius XII in 1956
Church from the Indian settlement of San Ignacio Miní
The Church was slow to react to the growing industrialization and impoverishment of workers, trying first to remediate the situation with increased charity. In 1891 Pope Leo XIII issued Rerum novarum in which the Church defined the dignity and rights of industrial workers.
Catholic Sisters and the leper children of Hawaii in 1886. Catholic women like St Marianne Cope played a central role in developing and running of many the modern world's education and health care systems.
Madonna and Child, by Filippo Lippi
Boundary map of Vatican City
Signing of the Reichskonkordat on 20 July 1933. From left to right: German prelate Ludwig Kaas, German Vice-Chancellor Franz von Papen, representing Germany, Monsignor Giuseppe Pizzardo, Cardinal Pacelli, Monsignor Alfredo Ottaviani, German ambassador Rudolf Buttmann.

Formation, events, and transformation of the Catholic Church through time.

- History of the Catholic Church

Georges Goyau in the Catholic Encyclopedia wrote that “The Life of St. Claudius, Abbot of Condat, has been the subject of much controversy.” Anglican Henry Wace has written that "on this saint the inventors of legends have compiled a vast farrago of improbabilities."

- Claudius of Besançon

As associate editor, he penned some 110 articles for the Revue des deux mondes, a monthly literary and cultural affairs magazine, publishing a lot of articles on Catholic history, for example: L’Église libre dans l’Europe libre (The free Church in the free Europe), Les Origines religieuses du Canada (The religious origins of Canada), L’Effort catholique dans la France d’aujourd’hui (The Catholic efforts in today's France), and Le Catholicisme, doctrine d’action (Catholicism, doctrine of action).

- Georges Goyau
Entering Montville
Montville School House, 1910
I-80 westbound in Montville

Towaco is an unincorporated community located within Montville Township in Morris County, New Jersey, United States.

- Towaco, New Jersey

Cook was born in Montville, New Jersey.

- Albert Stanburrough Cook

It includes the sections of Montville, Pine Brook and Towaco.

- Montville, New Jersey
Salazar in 1940
Salazar's birthplace in Santa Comba Dão.
Salazar (left) in 1925.
Salazar (center) and his first government, formed in 1932, at Belém Palace.
Flag of the National Union
A propaganda poster depicting Salazar as King Afonso I of Portugal. The motto says "Everything for the nation, nothing against the nation"
Royal Air Force Coastal Command in the Azores
Memorial commemorating Gibraltarian evacuees in Madeira
Commemorative plaque to Mr. Carlos Sampaio Garrido, Portugal ambassador and Mr. Teixeira Branquinho chargé d'affaires in mission to Budapest in 1944 who managed to rescue some thousands of Hungarian Jews from the Holocaust. (Budapest, District XIII, Újpesti Quay Nr 5)
Portuguese colonies in Africa during the Estado Novo (1933–1974): Angola and Mozambique were by far the largest territories
Portuguese soldiers on patrol in Angola
President Truman signing the North Atlantic Treaty with Portuguese Ambassador Teotónio Pereira standing behind
Required elements of primary schools during the Estado Novo: a crucifix and portraits of Salazar and Américo Tomás
Salazar, aged 50, in 1939
Salazar (third from the left) observing Edgar Cardoso's model of the new Santa Clara bridge in Coimbra.
Lateral view of Christ the King, Almada
The entrance profile of the Monument to the Discoveries in Lisbon, displaying the cross of Aviz as a stylised sword, symbolising the growth of the empire and faith
An aged Salazar and a group of academic students three months after being discharged from the hospital in 1969
Oliveira Salazar's tomb in Vimieiro
Azulejo with a quote from Salazar, in Esposende
Caricature depicting Salazar and Franco as the "old men of Iberia", the last two dictators of Western Europe.
View of the 25 de Abril Bridge, formerly Salazar Bridge, from Chapel of Santo Amaro, with Christ the King in the background

Santa Comba Dão is a city and a municipality in the Viseu District in Portugal.

- Santa Comba Dão

Santa Comba Dão

- Viseu District

Salazar was born in Vimieiro, near Santa Comba Dão (Viseu District), to a family of modest income on 28 April 1889.

- António de Oliveira Salazar