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Told his battalion is to be split up due to lack of recruits at home, Sharpe and Harper return to England to investigate. What should have been a simple query turns politically explosive as... See full summary »
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Major General Ross:
Bloody day, Sharpe, bloody day.
Major General Ross: How many have you lost?
Major Richard Sharpe: Thirty today sir.
Major General Ross: And how many have you got left?
Major Richard Sharpe: Hundred and twenty can still do duty. Eighty six still in strength. But maimed or sick, though, they'll be made to go to hospitals.
Major General Ross: You're ...
Major Richard Sharpe: ...
In 'Regiment' we see the French Eagle that was taken by Sharpe in an earlier episode called 'Eagle'. The one in 'Regiment' paraded before the Prince Regent has remnants of a French Tricolour on the staff, but go to the episode of 'Eagle' when the Eagle is taken by Sharpe, there is no sign of the Flag - it is totally bare.
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