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The Imperial Navy thought differently, and once the passage of the expeditionary force began, many in the German fleet were anxious to contest it.
I asked. âWhat city open her gates to the expeditionary force of Cos? â âNo city, â said Marcus, angrily. âArâ ™ s Station! â I smiled âI see, â he said. âThis had to happen, â I said. âCos require an enemy for Ar which is not herself.
He heaped coals of fire on the lion's head by granting free passage across American soil to the British expeditionary force which had been sent to Canada in anticipation of war with the U.S., but had been forced to put in at an American port because the St Lawrence was ice-bound.