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An English Wife in Berlin

£19.99

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The subtitle of this memoir reads: A private memoir of events, politics and daily life in Germany throughout the war [WW1] and the social revolution of 1918. It was published in 1920 by Constable and Company. The author, Princess Blücher , was married in 1907 to Prince (then Count) Blücher They were well known in English society, and lived in England until the out break of WW1, when his nationality forced them to move to Germany. They joined a "colony of internationals" who made their home in the Esplanade Hotel in Berlin. From this vantage point, she kept a private journal, intended for her mother, of all the varied events and experiences which passed before her eyes during those critical years. This hardback volume has been in a library and the dust cover is protected by a polythene covering. However the boards are worn , particularly along the edges, the binding is coming loose and the pages are yellowed and spotted with age.

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Added value:
Rare
Author(s):
Evelyn, Princess Blücher
Condition:
Poor
Edition:
1920
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
336
Publisher:
Constable and company

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The subtitle of this memoir reads: A private memoir of events, politics and daily life in Germany throughout the war [WW1] and the social revolution of 1918. It was published in 1920 by Constable and Company. The author, Princess Blücher , was married in 1907 to Prince (then Count) Blücher They were well known in English society, and lived in England until the out break of WW1, when his nationality forced them to move to Germany. They joined a "colony of internationals" who made their home in the Esplanade Hotel in Berlin. From this vantage point, she kept a private journal, intended for her mother, of all the varied events and experiences which passed before her eyes during those critical years. This hardback volume has been in a library and the dust cover is protected by a polythene covering. However the boards are worn , particularly along the edges, the binding is coming loose and the pages are yellowed and spotted with age.

Added value:
Rare
Author(s):
Evelyn, Princess Blücher
Condition:
Poor
Edition:
1920
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
336
Publisher:
Constable and company

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