[quote="beagle"]It was Blucher that swung it.
Was not neither Wellington,neither Bulow,neither Blucher.
But Zietlen that swung it.Better, was Napoleon that swung it,because he had not an account corrent and a view general of the field.
When someone has not a vision of field, the consequence is <merde> of Cambronne.
Patton, 1970, George C.Scott: no bastard even won a war by dying for his country.he wont it by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country
This on the field of bullets.
On the field of ideas and projects , Prussian Cavalry make us a mustache again.
Let himself be violated among masses on spades the central square of guard imperial
<je vens vous castrer et aux filles,vous faire tomber les seins persique avans 40 ans> vandal
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