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the fools asked.
why the king went to zhe battlefiled when he

did not have the advantage over the terrain.
the wise knew.
there was no other option,but to fight,in order

to defuse such the situation of being

besieged by multiple aremies.

A.D.1756 the seven year's war.
the diplomatic revolution by maria

theresa,queen of austria,led to the formation

of league of three petticoats.
austria also gained hungary,saxony,sweden

as the allies.
they intended to surround prussia and regain

silesia.

our aide,we promise to give you

southward,let my troops advance.(kol)

[numquam timemus ut quiqui hostes sint]
you shouldn't try to procoke the ladies once

too many times.[agitate gladios quosque erga

patriam]
holding the noble dual-headed eagle over

their hearts.
let's march forward together our allied armies.

in response to their threat,prussia allied with

endland,forestalled their plot,went on raid

and,while advancing invaded saxony.[edues

auri non timent mortem suum,sequuntur eum]
the jet black banner were racing through the

reddening battlefield.
the heroes in rosbach.
march on forward
brave landeskinder

A.D.1759 august the battle of kunersdorf.

[chrono veniebat!chrono veniebat!]
a total of eighty thousand soldiers that

consisted of the austrian army led by baron

ernest gideon von laudon and the russian

army,joined together near kunersdorf.
the prussia army led by fredelich II which

consisted of forty-five thousand

soldiers,crossed the oder river in the

southern part of kustrin,germany.

Und wenn der böse Sturm mich wild

umsauset,
die Nacht entbrennet in des Blitzes Glut,
hat's doch schon ärger in der Welt

gebrauset,
und was nicht bebte, war des Preußen Mut.

Heiß umfehdet, wild umstritten,
Liegst dem Erdteil du inmitten.
Einem starken Herzen gleich.
Hast seit frühren Ahnentagen
Hoher Sendung Last getragen
Vielgeprüftes Österreich.

the battlefield was burning.
soldiers were falling.
the king was targeted.
the enemy approached.
squeezing the trigger on horseback he aimed

at the prey.
a bullet was fired.
it grazed the king's military uniform.
the king fell from his horse.
out darted a man.
who parried the blade which swept down

toward his king.
the two men faced each other.
here was gilbert riding the black horse.
there was rodelich riding the white horse.

"what are you doing to my precious king?"
"you foolish man,return my vital regions to

me!my mercy,i have no intention to show

you."
"you coward,there's noting you can alone."
"i'd rather heard those words from anyone but

you.invasions betrayals the militaristic

prussia."
"i'll fight to the bitter end even if i'm alone.as

long as my king survives..."

"wait!you foolish man,don't you believe you

could keep the falg flying against our allied

armies?"
"i admit it today,but rodelich,remember the

name of the man who'll finish you.
his name is
gilbert beilschmidt!!"

[quantus error sit similis repetitus]
[quando discerint mortales a re?]
[non ut tandem per et capere et capi]
[tenebrae cognitae sint.]

[chrono veniebat!chrono veniebat!]
there was a black horse went flying through

the narrow mountain path.[chrono

veniebat,videte,verum!]
the silver blond man wearing navy clothes

was on the horseback.[chrono veniebat!

chrono veniebat!]
he rode away to the north followed by injured

soldiers.[chrono veniebat,videte,verum!]
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