I shall not mar Garnharn's translation by meddling with its English; for the most toothsome thing about it is its quaint fashion of building English sentences on the German
plan-- and punctuating them accordingly to no plan at all.
George Bartram, nephew of the Admiral, and now staying on a short visit in the house at German
To this end, Communists of various nationalities have assembled in London, and sketched the following Manifesto, to be published in the English, French, German
, Italian, Flemish and Danish languages.
I mentioned to you before that my expectation of rough usage, in consequence of my German
nationality, had proved completely unfounded.
The Frau Professor insisted that nothing but German
should be spoken, so that Philip, even if his bashfulness had permitted him to be talkative, was forced to hold his tongue.
Then the German
alliance still struggled to achieve its dream of imperial expansion, and its imposition of the German
language upon a forcibly united Europe.
They said it was so funny that, when Herr Slossenn Boschen had sung it once before the German
Emperor, he (the German
Emperor) had had to be carried off to bed.
Casaubon read German
he would save himself a great deal of trouble.
I was in a fever to know more of him, and it was my great good luck to fall in with a German
in the village who had his books.
He wanted to hasten on in the direction of the booming noise, for he knew that there would be Germans
fighting against the English.
were emerging from the open hatch to take part in the battle on deck.
It was impossible for any word of their presence in Ossray to have been known to the Germans
When I left, there were more Germans
on the U-33 than there were men of my own party at the fort, and I have had sufficient experience of Germans
to know that they will bear watching--if they have not been properly watched since I left.
The great German
war-lord prepared, and so did the United States prepare.
The persons are, Captain Arnault, of the French army; Surgeon Surville, of the French ambulance; Surgeon Wetzel, of the German
army; Mercy Merrick, attached as nurse to the French ambulance; and Grace Roseberry, a traveling lady on her way to England.