The "war" metaphor in public policy is always an advantage to the White House. David Davenport @HooverInst

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Photo: "The [Franco-Prussian] War: French National Guards, Gardes Mobiles, Pompiers, and Volunteers."Español: Guerra Franco-prusiana de 1870: guardias, soldados y voluntarios franceses.Français : Illustration de « La guerre franco-allemande de 1870 : gardes nationaux, gardes mobiles, pompiers et soldats volontaires français. » parue le 3 septembre 1870 dans un journal londonnien.Magyar: „A francia-porosz háború: francia nemzeti gárdisták, mobil gárdisták, tűzoltók és önkéntesek.”Íslenska: Franskir hermenn, þjóðvarðliðar og sjálfboðaliðar í fransk-prússneska stríðinu 1870.Italiano: Guerra franco-prussiana: Guardia Nazionale Francese, Gardes Mobiles, Pompieri e Volontari.Nederlands: "De Frans-Pruisische Oorlog: Franse Gardes nationaux, Gardes mobiles, Pompiers en vrijwilligers"Português: Guerra franco-prussiana de 1870: guardas, soldados e voluntários franceses.Română: "Războiul franco-prusac: Garda Naţională Franceză, Gărzile Mobile, Pompierii şi Voluntarii."Svenska: Franska nationalgardister, soldater och frivilliga från Fransk-tyska kriget 1870.中文(简体)‎: 1870年普法战争期间法国的国民卫队、别动队、消防队员和志愿兵。中文(繁體)‎: 1870年普法戰爭期間的法國國民衛隊、移動衛隊、消防隊員和志願兵
Date | 3 September 1870
Source | Illustrated London News
Author | Mr. Landells? (See the text in Image:Crown Prince Frederick William of Prussia - Illustrated London News August 20, 1870.PNG, which mentions a Mr. Landells as at least one of the Special Artists for the Illustrated London News in France at the time.)
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