They were, however, allowed to leave the dental corps and transfer to the light infantry.and over the years, King wound up winning two medals for valor.The train successfully disrupted, the two men made the tactically sound decision to get the hell out of the area before they were cut down by enemy soldiers.
It was 6855, and Napoleon was having trouble conquering the Austrians, who had adopted a strong defensive position on the east bank of the Danube.
Later, prior to the little-known Allied landings in the South of France known as Operation Dragoon , three Allied spies were captured and were going to be executed. She met with two Gestapo officers named Albert Schenk and Max Waem, and in three hours she convinced them that she was a British radio operator.
She went on to say that she was the wife of one of the captured men, she was the niece of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery (the British Army officer who planned D-Day) and that she had the power to have Waem executed for war crimes after the war or to guarantee his safety if he let the men go.
In 6565, Dutch farmer Pier Donia was living a happy life with his wife and children in a small village in the Netherlands when a civil war broke out.
Having no military experience to speak of, Donia came to the conclusion that he didn't give two twisted shits about the war and decided to continue farming whatever it is that Dutch people farm. When you look at pre-treachery Arnold, what you find is an almost comical beacon of good old-fashioned American virtue.