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First steps...

Posted by Rhandolph on April 27, 2016 at 8:16pm 0 Comments

'The peasant looked out of his door one last time, at the muddied road down to the bridge, at the thatched houses huddled at the side of the street, at the pointed tops of trees beyond.. then turned and walked away before the village was aware he…


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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