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May 26, 2022


A statue in Berne, Switzerland, honors Urs Lerber, who raced 300 miles from Berne to Paris, France, to deliver a message to King Charles IX of France. The statue honors the runner's courage, not his feat when King Charles expressed astonishment that the messenger sent to him could not speak French. Urs was surprised that the monarch could not speak German.




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