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§814 British endurance and German decline (1940-1945): III-71.

III-71 (§814):

Those in the isles long besieged
Shall gather vigour and force against enemies:
Those outside dying of hunger, put to rout,
Shall be driven into a greatest famine ever heard.

(Ceux dans les isles de long temps assiegés
Prendront vigueur force contre ennemis:
Ceux par dehors morts de faim profligés,
En plus grand faim que jamais seront mis.)

NOTES: Those in the isles long besieged Shall gather vigour and force against enemies: « Unless otherwise indicated, references to “THE ISLES,” in Nostradamus, are always to the British Isles. When France fell in June, 1940, many believed that those in the Isles were doomed. But they were not. Slowly and painfully, England won strength. Every day and in every way the R.A.F. grew stronger and stronger and its bombing raids longer and longer.» (Robb, 1961a, p.124).

Faim (hunger, famine): This term in the Prophecies of Nostradamus is often a metaphor for the disasters of war. In fact, of 37 examples of the word faim or famine in all, 25 are figurative and only 12 literal.

Those outside: = Those besieging the isles = the enemies of England = the Germans.

Profliger: = « Mettre en déroute, vaincre (To rout, to defeat). Profligé. Mis en déroute, vaincu (To be put to rout, defeated).» (Huguet).

Those outside dying of hunger, put to rout, Shall be driven into a greatest famine ever heard: « More the Allies shall gain time, more Germany shall be found weakened under their blows and arrive at such a great misery as above all the cases she has ever known.» (Ionescu, 1976, p.550).
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We have covered 143 quatrains (§588-§730) concerning the World Events in the 19th century after Napoleonic ages [1821-1900] in the Prophecies of Nostradamus, and 218 in the 20th [1901-2000] (§731-§948).

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