The broad dusty road
Led Onward Up The onward up the hill shining as brightly the sun as if it were July and the corn on either side tall and golden But instead the stubble showed in paler streaks against the darker ground that was already prepared for a new sowing Further on in the valley green meadows stretched away to the border line of a forestAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at wwwforgottenbookscomThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases an imperfection in the original such as a blemish or missing page may be replicated in our edition We do however repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical work. Excerpt from Jena or SedanMust I go
Must I Go Away Into The Town I go Away into the town Folk song franz Voo'r was on his way home He carried a neatly tied up parcel containing the under linen and the boots that he had been buying in the town He had trodden this same road a countless number of times during his life; but now that he must bid good bye to it so soon the old familiar surroundings presented themselves to him in a new lightOf course it was not good bye for ever nor was it even as though he were going to America At the most he would only be away for his two years of military service and between whiles there would he supposed be leave now and again; over this was not the first time he had left the village But there was one circumstance peculiar to this going away he was obliged to goFranz Vogt did not trouble his head much about the why and the wherefore of this obligation "He Reasoned It Out Thus "reasoned it out thus had enemies the French and the Russians to wit who might some day and for so.
Franz Adam Beyerlein Ù 7 summaryMe unknown reason begin a war; of course it
Germany to keep watch and ward and for that soldiers were necessary Further there was a certain consolation in thought that this authoritative call took no respect of persons; the sons of the two richest peasants in the village had been called up ust like himself they to the Uhlans he to the field artilleryThe life however must be so different from anything hitherto experienced that one could not but feel a little nerbehoved Germany to keep watch and ward and for that soldiers were Further there was a certain consolation in
Vous About It Forabout it For men on leave whom he had come across were never tired of talking about the hard words and harder usage that fell to a soldier's lot Never mind hard words break no bones He was strong and active; no one had done better than he in athletics One must take things as they come and perhaps after all they won't turn out as bad as they have been paintedThe young man pushed his hat back from his brow and began to whistle as he stepped forward brisklyIt was fairly warm for October. ,