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The city rose in revolt during the revolutions of 1848 in the German states, although the rebels were forced to concede. In June 1940 over 60,000 British prisoners of war, captured at Dunkirk and Northern France, were marched to Trier, which became a staging post for British soldiers headed for German prisoner-of-war camps.
Semiramis took control of the kingdom upon his father's death and Trebeta was forced into exile, wandering through Europe before settling at Trier.
His body was said to have been cremated on Petrisberg.
Northern Gaul was held by the Romans along a line from north of Cologne to the coast at Boulogne through what is today southern Belgium until 460.
South of this line, Roman control was firm, as evidenced by the continuing operation of the imperial arms factory at Amiens.
), is a city in Germany on the banks of the Moselle.