- a city in E France, near the Rhine.
German Mül·hau·sen [myl-hou-zuh n] /mülˈhaʊ zən/.
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The bombardment of Strasburg is also a popular subject in Mulhouse.
Here, as at Mulhouse, mill-owners live in the midst of their works.
Mulhouse was taken on the 19th, after a brilliant fight at Dornach.World's War Events, Vol. I
A child of sixteen is seized at its mother's house at Mulhouse.Above the Battle
Strive as they would, the French could get no nearer to Mulhouse.The Childrens' Story of the War, Volume 4 (of 10)
James Edward Parrott
- a city in E France, on the Rhône-Rhine canal: under German rule (1871–1918); textiles. Pop: 110 359 (1999)German name: Mühlhausen