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THE GERMANS IN FRANCE.
NATURE AND CHARACTER OF INVASIONS.
HE recent invasion of France by the Ger
mans differed not only in magnitude but
in character, from all other invasions which had taken place in Europe since 1815. It must not be compared, then, with the invasion of the Crimea by the French and English, nor with the invasion of Lombardy by the French, nor with the invasion of Schleswig-Holstein by the Prussians and Austrians, nor even with the invasion of Austria and various German countries by the Prussians. The French and English, at war with Russia, did not enter any truly Russian country, but only occupied a portion of an outlying Tartar province; the French, in invading the Austrian province of Lom