Napoleon Series Archive 2003

Re: Egypt and Russia
In Response To: Re: Egypt and Russia ()

kevin -

I agree, I think the desertion issue has been laid to rest, but Digby never used the term deserter in his post. He noted "abandoned" which is a somewhat negative interpretation but factually accurate - he left, they stayed. I thought you were objecting to the Orwellian "snout in the trough" language.

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