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" ... many of their comrades, and the duration of the combat, which had now lasted some hours, they were thoroughly depressed. " We then distinctly saw some French closed battalions approaching for the attack. This was too much for the men. They turned... "
The frontal-attack of infantry, tr. from (the October number of the pamphlet ... - Página 12
por Militär Wochenblatt - 1873
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Field artillery

Sisson Cooper Pratt - 1883
...distinctly saw some French closed battalions approaching for attack. This was too much for our men. We did not actually run away, but the whole line went slowly back. ' We had already retired some 150 paces, when all at once we heard the bugle call for the "whole to advance."...
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The Battle of Wörth, August 6th, 1870

George Francis Robert Henderson - 1899 - 77 páginas
...We then distinctly saw some French battalions in close order approaching to the attack (the Turcos). This was too much for the men. They turned about....went slowly back. We gave way, step by step, followed up by the enemy. I looked upon the battle as lost, for there were absolutely no reserves to be seen...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volumen85

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1902
...our efforts to detain them were in vain, and though we did not actually run away the whole line fell slowly back. We gave way step by step, followed by...enemy. I looked upon the battle as lost, for there were no reserves to be seen which could have supported us. We had already retired some hundred and fifty...
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