At 18:33 10/3/2002 -0600, M Marc wrote:
>There's a real-life precedent for your scenario: Napoleon's invasion of
>Russia, and that was just the Priepsky Marshes that he had to navigate.
>Territory and weather were major causes of the Nazi failure in their
>attempt at invading Russia,
Yes, but at what cost to the Russians? According to Tolstoi, Borodino
alone accounted for 80k Russian casualties.
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