BERLIN'S BLACK LIST
Th-'-r- h:-- h?.»n srniety in Berlin cm sev era! since the I'ower of the G-i----mai: Army went to become withered in war. but there has aHo been » bleak side h> -.he. picture, seen daily at tho Red Cio.'is Hospital in llif; Dorotten Strafe. AH <!av a stream <jf e<iger-eyed people -■earch "tho of wounded that sra no-U'd on the red briek wall?. Each da/ ;i nev,' Jivt L pasted over that of the pre \ Jou> d.iv. ' Ne'er does the list contain more than I.tOO on any one day, and lb-:; e;\o only the mo?t meagre detail-. Siuch 'v.-ounded as arc brought to Berlin arriva at night. The gruesome side of the .'-.or.fiict muit he kept from the peopi* at sll cost?. In Berlin th-j military are everywhere. Troops pats ca-ch day down the broad street;, "bound for a tie in that, ■nil take them to some field army. Now they hnrdiy receive a cheer, to accustomed have the Berlfners become to such sights. Underneath ail the almost fierce animation of tho populace there is an acute feeling of anxiety (says the Stockholm correspondent of" the London 'Daily Telegraph'). After all, this u a nation ct supreme gambler)!. They have risked their whole exiftenco on this throw of tin* dice, and something of i\u- reckless temper i;i ehniiee i- seen in the eyes of ali with chum come in contact.
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BERLIN'S BLACK LIST, Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914
BERLIN'S BLACK LIST Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914
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