Sharpe's Rifles: Richard Sharpe and the French Invasion of Galicia, January 1809 Short Essay - Answer Key

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1. Who, of the French forces chasing Vivar, does Vivar watch the most and why?

Among the men chasing Vivar he watches two the most, the colonel and another man in a black coat and white boots. The man in the black coat knows the contents of the box and he knows Vivar's destination.

2. What does Vivar tell Davila to do?

Vivar tells Lieutenant Davila that they will separate forces. Vivar will take eighty men and Davila will wait for the French forces to depart in pursuit of Vivar's forces. Then Davila will take the rest of the men and head south. He tells Davila to go in search of more men and horses and then to go to Santiago de Compostela. If Vivar is not there, Davila should march east until he finds Vivar.

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