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Chateau-Thierry

Syllabification: Cha·teau-Thierr·y
Pronunciation: /SHaˌtōtyəˈrē/

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Definition of Chateau-Thierry in English:

A town in the Picardy region of northern France, on the Marne River; population 15,359 (2007). It was a major battlefield during World War I; there is a monument to the US soldiers who took the town from German occupiers in 1918 and a military cemetery.

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