By David Weber, Eric Flint
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And there was a great deal of pressure on Mike Stearns in the last month of the year 1633—and there would be still more in the years to come. Finally, there was the third edge. Prince of Germany. No other man of the time would be given that title, because there were no other princes of Germany. Plenty of princes in Germany, to be sure—or "the Germanies," as people usually expressed it. Most of those princes could even be called German princes, for that matter. But there was no Germany, as such.
Seeing, but not really thinking about what he saw. No matter what he looked at, the image that kept flashing back into his mind was that of Robert Stiteler having the life swatted out of him as if he'd been nothing but an insect. He'd had a nightmare about it the night before, too. Eric's voice startled him. "If you can't get it out of your head, you should go see those American women. The ones I told you about. " Engler stared at him, for a moment, trying to bring his mind to bear on what his friend was saying.
He'd probably agree to whatever Simpson wanted, if it was within reason. " After Simpson left, Mike gave Frank Jackson a sly little smile. " Jackson gave Torstensson a look that was unkind enough to be right on the edge of insubordination. "Well. Yeah. " Torstensson sniffed. "As if we down-timers are so stupid that it never occured to us that skirmishing tactics are a lot safer than standing up in plain sight, all of us in a row. Ha! " The jibe made and properly scored, Torstensson relented. "Frank, when your mechanics can start providing us with a sufficient quantity of reliable breechloaders, we will rediscuss the matter.
1634: The Baltic War (The Assiti Shards) by David Weber, Eric Flint