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This affair at Wissembourg was evidently conducted with such a superiority of numbers as made success almost certain . Its moral effect, as the first serious engagement of the war, must necessarily be great, especially as the storming of an entrenched position is always considered a difficult matter. That the Germans should have driven the French out of entrenched lines, at the point of the bayonet, in spite of rifled artillery, mitrailleurs, and Chassepots,21 will tell on both armies. It is undoubtedly the first instance where the bayonet has been successful against the breech-loader, and on this account the action will remain memorable.

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Jeannerod, "Correspondances particulieres du Temps. Stiring-Wendel, undl l or aout", Le Temps, No. - Ed. h See this volume, pp. - Ed. , "The first blow in the war. . ", The Times, No. 2682 1 , August 5, 1 870. - Ed. - IV Frederick Engels total of thirteen army corps, or at least 430,000 to 450,000 men. The total forces opposed to them cannot much exceed, at a very liberal estimate, 3 30,000 to 350,000 drilled soldiers. If they are stronger, the excess must consist of undrilled and recently formed battalions.

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