Zielona Góra, Poland
Thursday, October 18, 1635

Captain Casper Havemann of Charlie Company, 20th Battalion, the Hangman Regiment edged a little higher over the debris at the end of the street his company had just cleared. Beyond was open ground. That did not bode good if they had to cross it. He turned to his second in command. "See anything you like?" he asked.

Lieutenant Joachim Schultz shook his head. "It is quiet . . .

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