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Mulhouse

[ my-looz ]

noun

  1. a city in E France, near the Rhine.


Mulhouse

/ myluz /

noun

  1. a city in E France, on the Rhône-Rhine canal: under German rule (1871–1918); textiles. Pop: 110 359 (1999) German nameMühlhausen


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Meanwhile another force attacked Altkirch, to the south of Mulhouse, and quite close to the Swiss border.

The French were trying to take Mulhouse in flank, and they had therefore to capture the village of Cernay, which blocked the way.

From Troyes, we were evidently to proceed straight to Mulhouse, to occupy and defend that captured town.

General Pau had soon to follow suit and retire again from Mulhouse and all but the south-west corner of Alsace.

Heilmann was born in 1796 at Mulhouse, the principal seat of the Alsace cotton manufacture.

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