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Die trommel schlägt und schmettert

Posted by Koenraad Moreau on May 31, 2014 at 2:33pm 0 Comments

Good evening,

I have found a score of "Die trommel schlägt ind schmettert" with the comment: Aus Frankreich.

Can anyone say mi what was the original french song.

Thank you very much.

A novel about a Landsknecht

Posted by Robert Alan Ferdinand on November 24, 2013 at 2:41pm 12 Comments

Hoch, hoch, hoch!

Hi Landsknechts! I have written a novel (110,000 words) about Rolf, a tavern pot boy who runs away with a Fahnlein in 1523 to fight the French on behalf of Charles V. The story is all based on real events, and I have…


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