[United Kingdom] The X Corps was a British Army formation in the First World War and was later reformed in 1942 during the North African campaign of the Second World War as part of the Eighth Army. == First World War == X Corps was formed in France in July 1915 under Thomas Morland. In 1917,...
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[Union Army] X Corps was a corps of the Union Army during the American Civil War. It served during operations in South Carolina in the Department of the South, and later in Benjamin Butler`s Army of the James, during the Bermuda Hundred and Petersburg Campaigns. ==History== The corps was off...
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[United States] X Corps was a corps of the United States Army in World War II and the Korean War. ==World War II== The X Corps was activated in May 1942 at Sherman, Texas. It embarked for the Pacific Theater in July 1944 after two changes of station and participation in maneuvers in Louisian...
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[Pakistan] The X Corps is an active military administrative corps of Pakistan Army, currently assigned in Rawalpindi, Punjab Province of Pakistan. Its one of two brigades are currently active in Kashmir. One of its brigades, the 111th Infantry Brigade in Rawalpindi, has been frequently invol...
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[Grande Armée] The X Corps of the Grande Armée in 1812 contained the Prussian contingent that went on to form the core of the reconstituted Prussian army in 1813. The Corps Commander was the experienced Maréchal de France Jacques-Étienne Macdonald, duc de Tarente, who had among his Aides...
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[German Empire] The X Army Corps (X. Armee-Korps) or 10th Hanoverian Army Corps was a formation of the Imperial German Army during the time of the German Empire, which was headquartered in Hanover. During the Franco-Prussian War of 1870–71 the army corps fought under the command of General...
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[India] X Corps is a corps of the Indian Army. It is based in Bhatinda and is a part of South Western Command. It was formed around 1976, and 18th Infantry Division was raised at about the same time. 24th Infantry Division was formed in 1978. (Renaldi and Rikhye 2011, 26) X Corps had been ra...
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[Ottoman Empire] The X Corps of the Ottoman Empire (Turkish: 10 ncu Kolordu or Onuncu Kolordu) was one of the corps of the Ottoman Army. It was formed in the early 20th century during Ottoman military reforms. == Formation == === Order of Battle, 1911 === With further reorganizations of the ...
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X Reserve Corps
[German Empire] The X Reserve Corps (X. Reserve-Korps / X RK) was a corps level command of the German Army in World War I. ==Formation== X Reserve Corps was formed on the outbreak of the war in August 1914 as part of the mobilisation of the Army. It was initially commanded by General der Inf...
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X SS Corps
The X SS Corps (German: Generalkommando X. SS-Armeekorps or Gruppe Krappe) was a short-lived SS corps-level headquarters employed on the Eastern Front in 1945 during World War II. The X SS Corps headquarters was formed in January 1945 with the use of men and equipment provided by the disbanded XIV ...
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The team`s costumes originally resembled Nazi uniforms, though they were ultimately toned down. ==History== ===Background=== Sean Cassidy (also known as Banshee) was a broken man. After the death of Moira MacTaggert—long-term ally of the X-Men and former lover of Banshee—and the closing of the ...
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