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The Story of Victor Palinoski - By: Marcus Birkenmeyer

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1: Title: The Story of Victor Palinoski Dedicated to: My mother and my grandmother Author: Marcus Birkenmeyer

2: This is not the story for the faint of heart... its a story of gruesome battle for three Russian brothers on the field of battle.. A Soldier, a Merchant, and a Blacksmith.

3: This story starts with our Leader on this adventure his name is Capt. Victor Palinoski... He was once a great soldier gone Rogue as a Mercenary, selling weapons to rebels.

4: Where we start in this story is on the steps of the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia as Victor is being punished for his crimes. but he is granted forgiveness by the Empress of Russia, Catherine the Great..

5: "The only way you will be released is if you take a Brigade of my finest soldiers to the Americas to help fund their so called revolution" The Empress said. As Victor bowed he whispered to her "I will take Russia's fury across the see and Crush those Redcoats to help form a Union with the Americans." She nodded "So u will."

6: He heads on his way, with a Brigade of the Red Army's finest soldiers. His first sop Leningrad to get his brother Yuri, a Blacksmith. Then its off to St. Petersburg to get his other brother Nickolai, a Merchant.

7: "Yuri I need you on this!" Victor yelled. "Well I'm sorry Victor but I've been doing fine here with my trade!" Yuri scolded at Victor. | "She's given me another chance Yuri!" Victor said with a truthful face. "Who, who is it this time?" "Catherine the Great, and the next time i screw up its death!" "Fine, fine whats the mission victor?" "I'll tell u on the way to go get Nikolai..." "In St. Petersburg? Why St. Petersburg?!"

8: As they entered St. Petersburg Yuri broke into tears as this is where their father had died fending off the Riots of 1752. "Why, why did u have to bring me back to this retched place?!" Yuri asked in vain. "Because this is where Nikolai is and we must use his ships!" Victor said.

9: As they sit at a bar near the docks, Their blimey old Pirate of a brother barges in yelling "BROTHERS!!" "Aye, Nikolai, my brother!!" Victor shouts back. "You seem depressed Yuri, come on have a drink!" Nikolai shouted. "This is no time for games." Yuri complained, "Tell him Victor" Yuri shoved Victor over.

10: As Victor explained what was going on, Nikolai sat there in amazement to see what trouble his younger brother has gotten into. And yet Nikolai agrees to put his ships in harm's way for his brother.

11: As they set sail on this great adventure they see Greatness and Victory for Mother Russia, but deep in the waters there is Death and deceit .

12: To get to where there going they cross through the icy Baltic sea. They must crash through ice and maybe even Pirates, but their next stop is London, England.

13: See now the Russians aren't really loved in England, so it was hard to even breathe until they ran into a man named John Locke. He then took a liking to the brothers and invited them to a Salon.

14: When they got to the Neoclassical Salon they found that already their Adventure will start here, as Locke introduced them to men like Thomas Hobbes, Voltaire, and Rousseau. Even though all they did was sit around and discuss the Scientific Method the three brothers were fascinated!.

15: From left to right. Thomas Hobbes, Voltaire, and Rousseau.

16: As they boarded the ship for the last time before their long voyage over to America. "This is it Brothers!" Victor Yelled as all the men pulled up the Anchor Cheering.

17: As the men slept they heard the crack of rifles and the thuds of cannons. it turns out that they were only miles off the coast of Yorktown, VA. They were sailing right into the sea battle between the British and French.

18: As they landed they were sent to Thomas Jefferson, and they made terms that the Russians would join the cause.

19: They stormed the British strongholds and help end the American Revolution, the British surrendered.

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