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Inter Allies assistant coach, Tony Lokko has thrown his weight behind Asante Kotoko and Ashanti Gold to represent Ghana in Africa...

Watch Asante Kotoko vrs Hearts of Oak thrilling highlights in 2019/20 Ghana premier league
Watch Asante Kotoko vrs Hearts of Oak thrilling highlights in 2019/20 Ghana premier league

Watch greatest rivalry in Ghana football unfold at the Accra Sports Stadium as Hearts of Oak lost 1-2 to Asante Kotoko in the 2019/20 Ghana premier league ...

Hearts of Oak 3-2 comeback win against Inter Allies in the Ghana Premier league
Hearts of Oak 3-2 comeback win against Inter Allies in the Ghana Premier league

Watch One of the dramatic games in the Ghana premier league history as Hearts of Oak recovered from 2 goals down to win at the Tema Sports Stadium Enjoy.


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Inter-Allied Games
Inter-Allied Games

The Inter-Allied Games was a one-off multi-sport event held from 22 June to 6 July 1919 at the newly constructed Pershing Stadium just outside Paris, France following the end of World War I. The host stadium had been built near the Bois de Vincennes by the U.S. Military in cooperation with the YMCA. The event was only open to participation by military personnel who were currently serving or had formerly served in the armed forces during the War. Around 1500 athletes from a total of eighteen nations participated in the proceedings which featured nineteen sports.

International Allies F.C.

International Allies FC is a Ghanaian professional football club based in Tema, Greater Accra. They play in the Ghana Premier League.

World War I reparations

World War I reparations were war reparations imposed during the Paris Peace Conference upon the Central Powers following their defeat in the First World War by the Allied and Associate Powers. Each of the defeated powers were required to make payments in either cash or kind.

Prosecution of Ottoman war criminals

After World War I, the effort to prosecute Ottoman war criminals was taken up by the Paris Peace Conference and ultimately included in the Treaty of Sèvres (1920) with the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman government organized a series of courts martial in 1919–1920 to prosecute war criminals, but these failed on account of political pressure.

Independent Air Force

The Independent Air Force , also known as the Independent Force or the Independent Bombing Force and later known as the Inter-Allied Independent Air Force, was a First World War strategic bombing force which was part of the British Royal Air Force and was used to strike against German railways, aerodromes, and industrial centres without co-ordination with the Army or Navy.

Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers

[1]The Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers, commonly referred to by its French acronym CIOR , represents the interests of over 1.3 million reservists across 34 participating nations within and beyond NATO, making it the world’s largest military reserve officer organization. Founded in 1948 by the reserve officer associations of Belgium, France and the Netherlands, CIOR is a NATO-affiliated, non-political and non-profit umbrella organization of member nations’ national reserve officer associations.

Inter-Allied Rhineland High Commission

The Inter-Allied Rhineland High Commission was created by the Treaty of Versailles on 28 June 1919, to supervise the occupation of the Rhineland and "ensure, by any means, the security and satisfaction of all the needs of the Armies of Occupation". It came into being on 10 January 1920, when the treaty came into force.

Inter-Allied Victory Medal (Greece)

The Inter-Allied Victory Medal is a campaign medal issued by Greece, commemorating the Allied victory in the First World War. The medal is the Greek version of a common design used among all Allied nations, following a proposal made by French Marshal Ferdinand Foch, who was supreme commander of the Allied Forces during the war.

Inter-Allied Socialist Conferences of World War I

During the First World War there were a number of conferences of the socialist parties of the Entente or Allied powers.

Inter-Allied Women's Conference
Inter-Allied Women's Conference

The Inter-Allied Women's Conference opened in Paris on 10 February 1919. It was convened parallel to the Paris Peace Conference to introduce women's issues to the peace process after the First World War.

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