Germany in War Time: What an American Girl Saw and Heard Mary Ethel McAuley

ISBN: 9781331381990

Published: September 27th 2015

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314 pages


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Germany in War Time: What an American Girl Saw and Heard  by  Mary Ethel McAuley

Germany in War Time: What an American Girl Saw and Heard by Mary Ethel McAuley
September 27th 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 314 pages | ISBN: 9781331381990 | 6.41 Mb

Excerpt from Germany in War Time: What an American Girl Saw and HeardNow that America and Germany are at war, it is not possible for an American to enter the German Empire. Americans can leave the country if they wish, but once they are out theyMoreExcerpt from Germany in War Time: What an American Girl Saw and HeardNow that America and Germany are at war, it is not possible for an American to enter the German Empire. Americans can leave the country if they wish, but once they are out they cannot go back in again.Since the first year of the war there has been only one way of getting into Germany through Denmark, and that is by way of Warnemunde.

After leaving Copenhagen you ride a long way on the train, and then the train boards a ferry which takes you to a little island. At the end of this island is the Danish frontier, where you are thoroughly searched to see how much food you are trying to take into Germany. After this frontier is passed you ride for a few hours on a boat which carries you right up to Warnemunde, the German landing-place and the military customs of Germany.When I went to Germany in October, 1915, the regulations were not very strict, travelers had only to show that they had a good reason for going into the country, and they were searched - that was all.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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