[sha-toh-tee-uh-ree; French shah-toh-tye-ree]
- a town in N France, on the Marne River: scene of heavy fighting 1918.
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Examples from the Web for chateau-thierry
"And yet you went to Chateau-Thierry for that purpose," said some one.Louise de la Valliere
Alexandre Dumas, Pere
La Fontaine, born in 1621 at Chateau-Thierry, had died in 1695.A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times
Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot
Now to get back to the Battle of Chateau-Thierry, and tell you a few of my own experiences.
Some of them lay in the Argonne, or at Chateau-Thierry, and for them peace had come too late.Dangerous Days
Mary Roberts Rinehart
It lost in one day at Chateau-Thierry all its men but seven.A Straight Deal
- a town in N central France, on the River Marne: scene of the second battle of the Marne (1918) during World War I. Pop: 14 967 (1999)
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