This story is the real life adventure of J. L. de Villiers as an escapee during the Anglo-Boer war and his journey back to South Africa from British held India. The book was originally published in 1903 and is now available in English for the first time.
Eleven year old Horst watched in horror as allied bombers returned the following night repeating the destruction until nothing was left standing in Koenigsberg except the railroad station. They had completely destroyed the City of the Teutonic Knights, the Dancing Forest and the life-long home of Philosopher Immanuel Kant. Smoke billowed for weeks from the burning buildings, filling the country side with the smell of death and destruction. A beautiful ancient city was no more.
Escape On a Bike - Another confession from her cheating husband pushes her out the door and she is as mad as hell. She knows she needs some time to rise up on her heels and spin for a while. Her next stop, to pick up some condoms, douche, and mouthwash.
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