In early September, 1633, after Hans Richter's first solo flight, the Committees of Correspondence began recruiting in Grantville (1633, Chapter 33). These forces became the USE Army, which appears in all of the main spine novels from 1634: The Baltic War on, as well as in Ring of Fire anthologies and the Grantville Gazette. The USE Army has built its reputation on the battles of Ahrensbök, Zwenkau, Zielona Gora, Dresden, and more. But how is it . . .
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- The Grantville Gazette Staff