Vagabonding Through Changing Germany

Harry A. Franck

Series: Political Science and History
BISAC: HIS014000



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Vagabonding Through Changing Germany is an account of the author’s travels in Germany in 1919, a few months after World War I. The author highlights the economic hardships and growing anti-Semitism of the that time.
(Imprint: SNOVA)


Chapter I. On to the Rhine

Chapter II. Germany Under the American Heel Chapter III. Thou Shalt Not ... Fraternize

Chapter IV. Knocking About the Occupied Area Chapter V. Getting Neutralized

Chapter VI. The Heart of the Hungary Empire

Chapter VII. “Give Us Food!”

Chapter VIII. Family Life in Mechlenburg

Chapter IX. Thus Speaks Germany

Chapter X. Sentenced to Amputation

Chapter XI. An Amputated Member

Chapter XII. On the Road in Bavaria

Chapter XIII. Inns and Byways

Chapter XIV. “Food Weasels”

Chapter XV. Music Still Has Charms Chapter XVI. Flying Homeward


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