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  1. Aisne is a French department in the Picardy region of northern France. It is named after the river.
    • also known as 埃纳省
    • country: France
    • capital: Laon
  2. The Aisne is a river in northeastern France, left tributary of the river Oise. It gave its name to the French département Aisne. It was known in the Roman period as Axona.
    • also known as 埃纳河

There are other places with in their name, like Vic-sur-Aisne, Moÿ-de-l'Aisne, Billy-sur-Aisne, condé-sur-aisne, Missy-sur-Aisne, Rilly-sur-Aisne, celles-sur-aisne, Terron-sur-Aisne, Vailly-sur-Aisne, Brienne-sur-Aisne, Savigny-sur-Aisne, nanteuil-sur-aisne and Neufchâtel-sur-Aisne.

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Google previewThe Grenadier Guards in the Great War 1914-1918 Vol 1 (2013)

by Sir Frederick Ponsonby

The Aisne is a sluggish stream of some 170 feet in breadth, but, being 15 feet deep in the centre, it is ...

Google previewThe Coldstream Guards, 1914-1918 Vol. I [Illustrated Edition] (2015)

by Lt. Col. Sir John Foster George Ross-of-Bladensburg

The Aisne is a sluggish stream of some hundred and seventy feet in breadth, but being fifteen feet deep in the centre, it is unfordable. Between Soissons on the west and Villers on the east (the part of the river that was attacked and secured by ...

Google previewTHE GREAT WAR COLLECTION – The Battle of Jutland, The Battle of the Somme & Nelson’s History of the War (9 Books in One Volume) (2016)

Selected Works from the Acclaimed War Correspondent about World War I Greatest Battles & Strategies , Including His Personal Perspective and Experience During the War by John Buchan

The Aisne is a sluggish stream of some 170 feet in breadth, but, being 15 feet deep in the centre, it is unfordable. Between Soissons on the west and Villers on the east (the part of the river attacked and secured by the British Forces) there are ...

Google previewWestern Front 1914-1916 (2013)

Mons, Le Cataeu, loos, the Battle of the Somme by John Crehan, Martin Mace

The Aisne is a sluggish stream of some 170 feet in breadth, but, being 15 feet deep in the centre, it is unfordable. Between Soissons on the west and Villers on the east (the part of the river attacked and secured by the British Forces) there are ...

Google previewThe Die-Hards in the Great War: Vol. 1 (2013)

by Everard Wyrall

The Aisne is a sluggish stream of some 170 feet in breadth, but, being 15 feet deep in the centre, it is unfordable. Between Soissons, on the west, and Villers, on the east (the part of the river attacked and secured by the British Forces), there ...

Google preview1914

by Earl of Ypres John Denton Pinkstone French

The Aisne is a sluggish stream of some 170 ft. in breadth, but, being 15 ft. deep in the centre, it is unfordable. Between Soissons on the west and Villers on the east (the part of the river attacked and secured by the British forces) there are ...

Google previewIn the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower (2015)

In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust

Aisne is a département, whose capital is Laon, in the Picardy region of northern France, where Odette locates the château de Guermantes. The real château de Guermantes, which shares only its name with the one in the novel, is located in ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Litterature (1875)

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Aisne is an important manufacturing department; its chief industrial products being shawls and muslin—as well as other ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica0 (1875)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature. A - Ana. 1

Aisne is an important manufacturing department; its chief industrial products being shawls and muslin—as well as other ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1875)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature by Thomas Spencer Baynes

Aisne is an important manufacturing department ; its chief industrial products being shawls and muslin — as well as other ...

Google previewThe Encyclopædia Britannica (1878)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature by Thomas Spencer Baynes

Aisne is an important manufacturing department ; its chief industrial pro:lucts being shawls and muslin—as well as other ...

Google previewDictionary of the First World War (2007)

by Stephen Pope, Elizabeth-Anne Wheal

Aisne, Second Battle of the Main action, also called the Chemin des Dames Offensive, of the Allied NlVELLE OFFENSIVE on the WESTERN FRONT in spring 1917. A massed assault by French forces on German positions along the River ...

Google previewThe London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis].

by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)

It now forms, along with the ci- devant province of \ ermandois, the department of Aisne. SOISSONS, an ancient and large town of 1 ranee, in the department of Aisne, and late province of Soissonnois. In the time of Julius CiEsar it was called ...

Google previewIllustrated Encyclopaedia of World History

For the armies on the Belgian front from Longwy to Charleroi, though not definitely pierced, had been swung back, hingeing on Longwy ; and when Longwy fell on the 2Sth, Verdun became the hinge, the line falling back behind the Aisne and ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Law of Scotland (1815)

Intended for the Use of the Public at Large, as Well as of the Profession by Robert Bell, Sir John Skene

aisne" is " post primo-genitum," the second sonne. PRISjE, ane French word " prinses," in Latine " captiones," sik as an* poynd, distres, or moveable gudes taken for execution of ane decreit ; for be the hrwes of Fance, " priss sunt rcrum ...

Google previewDictionary of Geography (1855)

by sir Alexander Keith Johnston

the Bar, the Vence, and Sermone; the Aisne and its afls., the Aire, the Vaux, and the Retonrne. Climate generally cold and humid: soil mountainous and much wooded in the N. The dep. contains iron mines, slate ...

Google previewDictionary of Geography, Descriptive, Physical, Statistical, and Historical, Forming a Complete General Gazetteer of the World (1853)

by Alexander Keith Johnston

the Bar, the Vence, and Sermone; the Aisne and its affils., the Aire, the Vaux, and the Retourne. Climate generally cold and humid: soil mntnous. and much wooded in the N. The dep. contains numer. iron mines, ...

Google previewTHE AMERICAN CYCLOPEDIA A POPULAS DICTIONARY OF GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (1873)

Napoleon, who had crossed the Marne at La Fert6-sous-Jouarre, two forced marches behind Blucher, advanced in the direction of Chateau-Thierry and Fismes, and, having passed the Vesle, crossed the Aisne at Berry-au-Bac, March 6, after ...

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