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  • Operation TORCH, the battles of Kasserine, Sidi Bou Zid, the taking of Bizerte and Tunis are told as stories from the perspectives of leaders and soldiers, based on meticulous research detailed in over 100 pages of notes.

    Dusk Before the Dawn » 2007 » July

  • The "Faculté des Sciences de Bizerte", which is the biggest academic institution that delivers undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate degrees in the city of Bizerte, is an exeception to this traditional rule.

    When A Student Tries To Launch A Scientific Club In His College

  • The summer came and for those who don't know, the summer for the administration of the "Faculté des Sciences de Bizerte" means that no student reads and no student enter the faculty's building, except the son of the dean of course and other persons that have relations.

    When A Student Tries To Launch A Scientific Club In His College

  • A new academic year has began three months ago, and as I said the "Faculté des Sciences de Bizerte" suffers from a rigid bureaucracy, and this bureaucracy forces you to renew everything you've started last year, even if all the people who are involved still alive.

    When A Student Tries To Launch A Scientific Club In His College

  • Tunisia's only refinery at Bizerte, operated by government-owned Société Tunisienne des Industries de Raffinage (STIR), has a production capacity of 34,000 bbl/d.

    Energy profile of Tunisia

  • Other Tunisian oil terminals include Gabes, Zarzis, Bizerte and the Ashtart offshore terminal.

    Energy profile of Tunisia

  • He went back to Tunisia, to the city of Bizerte where he'd spent his youth.

    Paris's Urbane Renewal

  • Accordingly, Milne waited with Inflexible and Indefatigable (Indomitable, which had burned most of her coal in the chase, had gone into Bizerte to refill her bunkers) for Goeben to come out the northern exit to the Messina Strait and head to the west.

    Castles of Steel

  • When he tried to do so, Milne could not raise the French admiral by wireless and was eventually obliged to send a light cruiser to Bizerte “in quest of his colleague,” de Lapeyrère.

    Castles of Steel

  • The mufti of Bizerte declared that Tunisians who had obtained French citizenship—and by doing so had necessarily renounced Islam—were not allowed to be buried in Muslim cemeteries.

    c. Tunisia

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  • aka Hippo Diarrhytus

    February 16, 2011