The Kaiser and His Court: The Diaries, Note Books, and Letters of Admiral Georg Alexander Von Müller, Chief of the Naval Cabinet, 1914-1918
After being captured by pirates and sold as a slave, a forgetful young Englishman faces a long imprisonment because he can't remember where the ransom note should be sent.
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THE GATHERING STORM
FALKENHAYN AND TIRPITZ
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Admiral afternoon agreed Ambassador America Army arrived asked attack audience August Austrian battle Berlin Bethmann Cabinet Captain Chancellor Chief Command conference considered conversation Count Crown Prince cruiser December decision demanded dinner discuss East Editor's note Emperor Empress enemy England English Falkenhayn favour February Fleet forces Foreign Freiherr Front further German give given hand Headquarters Helfferich High Hindenburg Holtzendorff Homburg idea immediately interest Italy January July June Kaiser King later leave letter Ludendorff lunch Lyncker Majesty March matter mentioned midday military Minister mood morning Naval Navy neutrals never November October offensive Office once opinion peace Pless Plessen political position possible question received refers refused regarding Reichstag remain replied result returned Russian Seas Secretary sent September ships situation speech spoke Staff submarine success suggested taken telegram Tirpitz told took Treutler U-boat warfare Valentini whole