Numerology information Armentiere:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless


Songs about Armentiere:

songsMademoiselle From Armentieres by Bawdy Barrack from the Album Bawdy Barrack Room Ballads

songsOh! It's a Lovely War/Madamoiselle from Armentieres by The Jolly Old Fellows from the Album Oh! It's A Lovely War (Vol. 1)

songsMademoiselle From Armentières by Line Renaud from the Album 2 Hours With French Songs

songsMademoiselle from Armentiéres by Fitzrovia Chorus & John Mealing from the Album We're Here Because We're Here: Songs from the Great War (Centenary Edition) [Explicit]

songsAlouette/ Madamoiselle From Armentieres by Studio Group from the Album Happy Hour Singing

songsAlouette/Madamoiselle From Armentieres by Kirby Stone Four And The Sing-A-Long Gang from the Album Kirby Stone Four Sing A Long

songsArmentieres by The Go Set from the Album Rising


Books about Armentiere:

booksARMENTIERES by Roger & Hameaux, Frabrice & Leuridan, Luc Clarysse (1998)

booksThe Battle of Ypres-Armentières by Charles Davis (Mar 3, 2014)

booksArmentieres: IGN2404E (Dec 9, 2011)

booksHistoire De La Ville D'armentières Pendant La Révolution... (French Edition) by Abel Joire (Nov 2, 2011)

booksThe Battle of Ypres-Armentières (Classic Reprint) by H. W. Carless Davis (May 18, 2012)

booksLe Chagall d'Armentières (Polars en Nord) (French Edition) by Emmanuel Sys (May 13, 2013)

booksMilitary Operations France and Belgium, 1914: Antwerp, La Basse, Armentieres, Messines and Ypres, October-November... by Sir James E. Edmonds and G.M. Bayliss (Dec 1992)


Wiki information Armentiere:

City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Location, Dated location

Armentières is a commune in the Nord department in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region in northern France. It is part of the Urban Community of Lille Métropole. The motto of the town is Pauvre mais fière.

Mademoiselle from Armentières

"Mademoiselle from Armentières" was a song that was sung during World War I. It is also known by its ersatz French line, Hinky Dinky Parlez-vous. It was considered a risque song, and when sung on the radio and TV, as in The Waltons, typically only...