By Jeff Berry
Seven Years War
December 5, 1757
Weather: Cold and clear after a morning fog. Clouding over late in the afternoon as a new front of snow moved in. Fresh dusting of light snow already covered frozen ground.
Author’s Note: Here is another one of those battles which (like Blenheim) is not so obscure (at least to aficionadi of 18th century European history–my impression is that Gettysburg is obscure to most people, and many have trouble telling you how long the Seven Years War was.). However, I have a take on this otherwise well-known battle that may give some a second look–even if the event itself is not obscure to them.
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