loannes Posted April 17, 2010 Report Share Posted April 17, 2010 (edited) **Private** Berlin, Brandenburg Markus von Beckenbauer was a young scribe, who took down the orders of the good Margrave Friedrich II. He knew, firsthand, how difficult it was to copy down volumes and words with a simple quill, ink, and parchment. It took a long time just to make one copy of a book, let alone a dozen. And so, he spent his free time pondering how he could make his work, and that of other scribes, easier. When he came upon a screw press...a smile came to his lips, and his brain was set into motion. **Private Message from Margrave Friedrich II to Commandant Merten von Niklaus** I have enclosed a list of reforms for the Brandenburgian Army. I want you to ensure that this is applied to the current army, and any future troops raised for the Army. Gott mit dir. [img]http://signatures.mylivesignature.com/54488/140/277F417E77B39E891C2DD603AC29A261.png[/img] Edited April 17, 2010 by Drakedeath Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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