Aldershot

(from the article `Rushmoor`) ...the district on the south, and the Basingstoke Canal bisects it east-west. The district is a major centre of the United Kingdom`s military ...
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Aldershot

Aldershot (ôl'durshôt) , town (1991 pop. 53,665), Hampshire, S central England. It is the site of the largest military training center (est. 1854) in Great Britain. The minister of defense appoints most of the town council. Aldershot is within the metropolitan area of London. Industr...
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Aldershot

Town in Hampshire, southern England, 56 km/35 mi southwest of London; population (2001) 58,200. Industrial products include electronics, and vehicle components for cars and tankers. It contains the...
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Aldershot

Town in Hampshire, southern England, 56 km/35 mi southwest of London; population (2001) 33,840. Industrial products include electronics, and vehicle components for cars and tankers. It contains the largest permanent military training camp in the UK, dating from 1854. The Ministry of Defence owns over 850 ha/2,100 acres here, mainly nort...
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