The Army of Liechtenstein

The last time Liechtenstein’s army was sent to battle was in 1866, against the Italians.  Eighty men left, and not only did not one die, but eighty-one men returned, because they had made a friend along the way who had joined them.  Two years later, the Crown Prince of Liechtenstein disbanded the army entirely, perhaps sensing that it was not destined for great victories.

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