Definition of Joseph jacques cesaire joffre
1. Noun. French field marshal who commanded the Allied armies in France during World War II (1852-1931).
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1. Patriotism; a Reading List by New York Public Library (1917)
"(In the American Review of Reviews. May, 1917, p. 490-492.) The Victor of the Marne. Inscribed to joseph jacques cesaire joffre, ..."
2. Balfour, Viviani and Joffre: Their Speeches and Other Public Utterances in by Arthur James Balfour Balfour, René Viviani, Joseph Jacques Césaire Joffre (1917)
"joseph jacques cesaire joffre—Marshal of France, who, by reason of character, courage, and superb strategic skill, has made the name of the River Marne as ..."
3. Two Thousand Questions and Answers about the War: A Catechism of the Methods by The Review of reviews (1918)
"Q.—Was General Joffre in the Franco-Prussian War? A.—General Joseph Jacques Cesaire Joffre (born 1852) was second-lieutenant during the Franco-Prussian war ..."
4. Fighters for Peaceby Mary Rosetta Parkman by Mary Rosetta Parkman (1919)
"LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Albert I, King of Belgium Frontispiece FACING PACK Joseph-Jacques-Cesaire Joffre, Marshal of France . 32 The late Georges Guynemer, ..."
5. Two Thousand Questions and Answers about the War: A Catechism of the Methods by Julius Washington Muller (1918)
"A.—General joseph jacques cesaire joffre (born 1852) was second-lieutenant during the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-71, commanding a battery in the siege of ..."
6. The War from this Side: Editorials from the North American, Philadelphia by North American (1917)
"At the side of joseph jacques cesaire joffre, marshal of France, when he receives a sword of honor from the citizens of the republic's birthplace, ..."