Only full-length studio album by UK metal band Peach, released in 1994 through Mad Minute Records.

The legal doctrine that regulated the right of a Hungarian nobleman's daughter to inherit her father's property.

Logo as "The Eagle"

Commercial radio station, licensed to Eldred, Pennsylvania.

Logo as "The Eagle"

Serbian former football goalkeeper.

United States Coast Guard medium endurance cutter.

The 2018 Exeter City Council election took place on 3 May 2018 to elect a third (13/39) of the members of Exeter City Council in England.

Village in the administrative district of Gmina Elbląg, within Elbląg County, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, in northern Poland.

Species of frog in the family Nyctibatrachidae first described in the Shola forests around the Dattatreya Peeta in the Chikkamagaluru district of Karnataka.

Swedish politician.

Ortler, the highest trench in the First World War (3850m)
Map showing the border as it ran through the various mountain peaks
Alpine front, 1915-1917
Italian soldiers haul their cannon up a mountainside
Italian soldier using a cableway to reach extreme positions
An Austrian patrol in the highest mountains of the Tyrol
The war in the Tyrol
The Austrian fortress of Mitterberg near Sexten/Sesto
Forte Tre Sassi in 1916, half-destroyed by Italian artillery
A couple of soldiers maneuver a cannon in the snow
Monte Cristallo
Trench on Monte Piana, looking towards the Tre Cime di Lavaredo
The supply route on the north side on Monte Piana
Monte Piana trenches
Monte Cristallo
Archaeologist studying the remains of WW1 positions on the Croda Rossa
Croda Rossa
Tre Cime di Lavaredo
Monte Paterno
Torre Toblin
Italian infantry climbing up a difficult ravine unexpectedly occupies Cima di Falzarego.
Marker for the Austrian positions on Col di Lana
Italian magazine cover celebrating the short-lived taking of the Col di Lana, 1915
Austrian gun inside an ice cave at position "32" on Marmolada
Alpini machine-gunners in the corno di Cavento, facing Adamello.
Austrian forces repel an attack on the Presanella glacier
Italian units attack an Austrian squad on the top of Tuckettspitze, at 3469 meters in the Ortles-Cevedale sector.
Austrian soldiers in their trenches on Piz da las Trais Linguas in the Ortles-Cevedale sector.
Orthodox church built by Russian prisoners of war, rifugio Carè Alto

Name given to the fighting in the high-altitude Alpine sector of the Italian front during the First World War, principally in the Dolomites, the Ortles-Cevedale Alps and the Adamello-Presanella Alps.

Ortler, the highest trench in the First World War (3850m)