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‎Hometown History
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Sometime in 1678, the mighty Prussian king Friedrich Wilhelm I, known as the “soldier king” of Europe’s most warlike state, sat in his heavily padded throne surveying his army with an ambassador from France.With a row of particularly muscular lummoxes parading before him in bright red and blue unifo
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Sometime in 1678, the mighty Prussian king Friedrich Wilhelm I, known as the “soldier king” of Europe’s most warlike state, sat in his heavily padded throne surveying his army with an ambassador from France.With a row of particularly muscular lummoxes parading before him in bright red and blue uniforms with wide golden sashes across their chests, he turned to the French ambassador and said, with a dreamy look in his eyes, "The most beautiful girl or woman in the world would be a matter of indifference to me, but tall soldiers—they are my weakness".This is the history of The Potsdam Giants. Visit us online at itshometownhistory.comSupport our show by becoming a Patron (and also receive cool perks!) at Patreon.com/itshometownhistory Episode Sponsors:Get a $75 sponsored credit to upgrade your job post to find the perfect candidate at Indeed.com/hometownGet better hydration today AND get 25% off your order of Liquid I.V. by going to LiquidIV.com and using code HOMETOWN at checkout! Hometown History is a creation of Arc Light Media in Wabash, Indiana. Learn more at itsarclightmedia.com
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