a cheer that was a noble fellow's death-cry

French translation: cri de bataille héroique

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English term or phrase:a cheer that was a noble fellow's death-cry
French translation:cri de bataille héroique
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16:58 Nov 21, 2006
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General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters / Crimean War
English term or phrase: a cheer that was a noble fellow's death-cry
" with a cheer that was a noble fellow's death-cry, they flew into the smoke of the batteries, gaps in our ranks, but ere they were lost from view the plain was strewed with their bodies" (Williman Russel, sent by the Time to cover the Crimean War. This is his account of the Charge of the Light Brigade)

Extrait d'un article du Times racontant la charge de que la brigade légère britannique mena contre les Russes, à la bataille de Balaklava. La charge fut un échec et les Britanniques furent décimés par les Russes
Stéphanie Soudais
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cri de bataille héroique
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c'est en poussant un cri de bataille héroique qu'ils ......
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cri de bataille héroique


Explanation:
c'est en poussant un cri de bataille héroique qu'ils ......

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agree  Sandra C.: pas mal du tout :-)
1 min
  -> on le sait bien, tout les héros sont morts :-p
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