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Belgium and Holland: Handbook for travellers - Page 149
by Karl Baedeker (Firm) - 1869 - 324 pages
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Story of the Battle of Waterloo

George Robert Gleig - Waterloo, Battle of, Waterloo, Belgium, 1815 - 1847 - 310 pages
...deeply in his confidence, and said, " Now mark my words : the Prussians will make a gallant fight; for they are capital troops, and well commanded ; but they will be beaten. I defy any army not to be beaten placed as they are, if the force that attacks be such as I suppose...
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Life, military and civil, of the Duke of Wellington: digested from the ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - Generals - 1852 - 497 pages
...deeply in confidence, and said, " Now, mark my words : the Prussians will make a gallant fight ; for they are capital troops, and well commanded; but they will be beaten. I defy any army not to be beaten placed as they are, if the force that attacks them be such as I suppose...
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Wellingtonia: anecdotes, maxims and characteristics of the Duke of Wellington

John Timbs - History - 1852 - 152 pages
...deeply in his confidence, and said, " Now mark my words : the Prussians will make a gallant fight, for they are capital troops, and well commanded ; but they will be beaten. I defy any army not to be beaten placed as they are, if the force that attacks them be such as I suppose...
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The patriot warrior: an historical sketch of the life of the duke of ...

Mary Atkinson Maurice - 1853
...have remarked to one of his staff, "Now mark my words, the Prussians will make a gallant fight, for they are capital troops and well commanded, but they will be beaten. I defy any army not to be beaten placed as they are, if the force that attacks them be such as I suppose...
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England's battles by sea and land, from the commencement of the French ...

William Freke Williams, William Cooke Stafford - 1854
...aide-de-camp, Sir William Gordon, said Ś " Now, mark my words : the Prussians will make a gallant fight, for they are capital troops and well commanded ; but they will be beaten. I defy any army not to be beaten, placed as they are, if the force which attacks them be such as I...
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Belgium and Holland

Karl Baedeker - 1881 - 338 pages
...interview with the Marshal on the morning of the simultaneous battles, remarked to one of his staf´, 'The Prussians will make a gallant fight; they are...commanded; but they will be beaten.' And the Prussians did light most gallantly, well sustaining the military reputation of their country i their officers too,...
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Belgium and Holland: Including the Grand-duchy of Luxembourg

Karl Baedeker (Firm) - Belgium - 1897 - 418 pages
...Duke, after his interview with the Marshal on the morning of the simultaneous battles, remarked to oue of his staff", 'The Prussians will make a gallant...sustaining the military reputation of their country. But their utmost efforts were fruitless ; they sustained immense loss, were overmatched, and finally...
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Belgium and Holland, Including the Grand-duchy of Luxembourg: Handbook for ...

Karl Baedeker (Firm) - Belgium - 1901 - 442 pages
...too distant to be reinforced without enormous loss. It is also on record, that the Duke, after his interview with the Marshal on the morning of the simultaneous...sustaining the military reputation of their country. But Uieir utmost efforts were fruitless; they sustained immense loss, were overmatched, and finally...
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Belgium and Holland: Including the Grand-duchy of Luxembourg; Handbook for ...

Belgium - 1901 - 442 pages
...interview with the Marshal on the morning of the simultaneous battles, remarked to one of his stall', "The Prussians will make a gallant fight; they are...sustaining the military reputation of their country. But ibeir utmost efforts were fruitless; they sustained immense loss, were overmatched, and finally...
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Belgium and Holland, Including the Grand-duchy of Luxembourg: Handbook for ...

Karl Baedeker (Firm) - Belgium - 1901 - 442 pages
...of the simultaneous battles, remarked to one of his stall, 'The Prussians will make a gallant tight; they are capital troops, and well commanded; but they...sustaining the military reputation of their country. But their utmost efforts were fruitless; they sustained immense loss, were overmatched, and finally...
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