Советская 76-мм дивизионная пушка обр. 1943 г. ЗИС-3 (1943
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The French, however, pretended that the fortress had fallen. Its garrison hoisted the Imperial flag, took to wearing Imperialist badges, and cried out in Spanish, while another French force pretended to attack the fort ress, though taking care to shoot high and harm nobody. Count Porto then sent reinforcements to the ‘hard-pressed’ garrison. This new force was captured in its turn, though its commander showed some resistance and was killed. Porto now decided to come to Barge in person. He was, however, a very suspicious person.
Consequently, though armies systematically destroyed agricultural and industrial infrastructure in entire provinces in order to impoverish the enemy, this could not be done by special operations. Big raids such as the Black Prince’s chevauchées in 1355–6 could produce important strategic and political results by ravaging economic infrastructure, but such raids were full-scale military campaigns undertaken by large forces spread over large areas, and lasted for weeks and even months. Classifying such raids as ‘special operations’ would empty the concept of its analytical usefulness.
The French allowed the women to enter, putting up an elaborate show for their sake. French soldiers walked up and down the courtyard dressed with Imperialist badges, while Spanish-speaking French soldiers chatted amiably with the women in fluent Spanish. After the women reported their findings, Porto’s doubts were quieted, and he arrived at Barge with a large force to take possession of the town and fortress. At the entrance to the fortress his suspicions again arose, and he refused to enter until he could speak with the commander of the reinforcements he had earlier sent.