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Summary

Frederick II discussing with his artillerymen the morning after the Battle of Hochkirch (October 15, 1758):

Gunners where are your cannon? The devil has taken them during the night! Then, let's get them back during the day! Don't you think so grenadiers?

Source: Röchling, Karl; Knötel, Richard; Der Alte Fritz in 50 Bildern für Jung und Alt, Berlin, 1895

Courtesy: Zahn Collection

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