Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Europe” in chapter 1 of Matthew Arnold, Civilization in the United States: First and Last Impressions of America.:
... Sherman's which had gone through this training, were by the end of the war become very good and seasoned soldiers.
But he is fond of adding, in what I must call the American vein, better than any Europe an soldiers.
And the reason assigned for this boast is in the American vein too: Because they not only worked like a machine, but the machine thought.
European armies know very little what they a...
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