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PostPosted: Thu Mar 31, 2005 3:58 am 

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Location: Moscow, Russia
....It's too quiet this eve in the Russian corner. The faces of officers are fatigued and strained. They all seem to be looking inside, trying to find the answers to the questions never posed....

Finally a young tall colonel in white uniform with light crimson collar stands up. A glass of vodka in his hand. A spark of madness in his eyes. "Za Rodinu, Gospoda!" Splinters of the empty glass splash of the floor. He puts on his gilded cuirass, takes his long sword. "I'll see you in Paris, Gentlemen!". A nod of his head in the high helmet. A loud sound of his steps.....

It's far too quiet in the Russian corner this eve.....

<center><b>Eyo Imperatorskogo Velichestva Leib-Kirassirskogo polku
Polkovnik Anton Kosyanenko</b></center>

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 31, 2005 8:50 am 
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Onto Paris, Gospoda !!! Hurrah!!!

<b>polkovnik Eugene Gulyaev
Leib-Gvardii Semenovskij Polk
27th Infantry Division
8th Infantry Corps
2nd Western Army

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:57 am 
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what dreamers they are these Russian!

Lieutenant Christian Rizo
58e Régiment de Ligne
1e Brigade
11e Division
IIIe Corps
Armée du Nord

"Un Hussard qui n'est pas mort à 30 ans est un jean-foutre" - LaSalle

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 31, 2005 12:35 pm 

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<center><font face="Book Antiqua"><font size="5">F</font id="size5">ROM the <font size="4">P</font id="size4">OLES to the <font size="4">B</font id="size4">AVARIANS
the <font size="5">A</font id="size5">d<font size="5">R</font id="size5">
stands ready to defend <i><font size="2">GREATER</font id="size2"> <font size="3">Europe</font id="size3"></i> from the
marauding easterners,
<i>hell bent</i> on <u>pointless</u> wanton destruction;
the <b><font size="1">VAPID</font id="size1"></b> southerners,
their old regime and <i>byzantine and sordid </i>familial relationships;
<i><font size="3">&</font id="size3"></i>
the <i>dread</i> minions of A<font size="1">LBION</font id="size1">
whose <i>back door </i>machinations only serve their <u>delusions of grandeur</u> and a soul-sucking, far flung empire.</center>
<font size="1"><i>(Of course I seem to be in a mostly French bracket, and one that holds the MOE II. Better than last years draw - an all Guard event with the MOE I and the illustrious Sir Muddy himself.)</i></font id="size1"></font id="Book Antiqua">

<center> <b>Général de Division Michael Cox</b>
<font size="4"><i>Principe <font size="1">della </font id="size1">Toscana</i></font id="size4">
Comte de Moselle
<font size="1">Baron de l'Empire</font id="size1">
<i><font size="4">Armée du Rhin</font id="size4">
<font size="2">2e battallion, 1er Regiment de Chasseurs a Pied
Infanterie de la Vieille Garde</i></font id="size2">

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