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It seems to me that in 1808 there could have been no radical in the arvihce. Enlightenment ideas were confined to a very few nobles at this point, weren't they? And probably not even developed among the army officers, as the imperial army had not yet done its time in western Germany and Paris. Must be graft. Of course I don't know squat about imperial history, so who am I kidding.
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