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Quote from: DoctorBeaver on 19/05/2008 20:06:15Quote from: JimBob on 19/05/2008 16:14:04what is that squiggly thing in front of the "1" ? Can't they write a £ sign?They're Welsh.Anything to goad someone, the Toad-licking beaver will do.He doesn't appreciate their other accomplishments. Such as resisting the ruling Normans until the 1500's - a fact I am quite proud of even though The family is originally French. Having been unmarried before joining William the Conquerer, my ancestor taught the welsh how to really fight the French armies. Good chap, that one.
Quote from: JimBob on 19/05/2008 16:14:04what is that squiggly thing in front of the "1" ? Can't they write a £ sign?They're Welsh.
what is that squiggly thing in front of the "1" ? Can't they write a £ sign?
Tell that to Charlimaine or Julius Ceaser or the countries Napoleon ran over, etc, etc,
Why is the doctrine of tactical superiority in manpower and technology still in use today, or the importance of field artillery or the very strange idea he introduced of advancing on multiple lines of march rather than on a single line of march all still dominating military thought?
I doubt that Napoleon would be included in his education if he were not exemplary and way above the norm for any general or strategist.
Have I wondered onto a History Forum by accident? and did Napoleon have a car as he ran over countries.