In those days, in 1801, Suvorov was our great national hero.
Suvorov, immediately on arrival, late in the afternoon, made preparations for attacking the Ottoman army.
Suvorov admitted to a friend that he was moved to tears when the scene was over.
Six days after his arrival before the fortress, Suvorov ordered his troops to assault it.
Now here is a Lombard bond and a letter; it is a premium for the man who writes a history of Suvorov's wars.
A scene of savage carnage ensued, unprecedented even in the experience of Suvorov.
Suvorov couldn't manage them so what chance has Michael Kutuzov?
He served with Suvorov, and was always telling stories about the crossing of the Alps—inventions probably.'
No, we mustn't forget Suvorov and his rule—not to put yourself in a position to be attacked, but yourself to attack.
The siege was protracted till December, when Suvorov was called in to assist.