3. Kriegstagebuch von Walter Naumann (Dezember 1916-April 1917), item 7

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 Left page 


It wakes me up a little and 

makes my head clear. Some

time I think I must get gracy.

But it it only lonesomeness.

During the day I wrote in the

Kriegs - Tagebuch which O. dictated

to me. He made me

waiting some. I only ate

2 Sandwich with jam this

morning and had to write

till 2 o'clock. I was so hungry!

Than in the morning

I went to "buy" some wood.

That is the "first day we got

no smoke in our room.

Because we have Wood coals.

It is a dirty wet weather out 

side and I may be glad to

sit in a warm room

In the Tribune I was astonished

by the tone which

is there. They dont balk so

much against Germany. Perhaps

they are astonished


 Right page 


by that feature, which they

never believed to come true:

"U53", Somebody says that

the ship never crossed the ocean

but the parts were made in

U.S.A. and put together. If

they only knew what else 

happens in a giant war as

this.

When I am alone I think so

much about me. What is to

become of me? What shall I 

do after the war? I think it is

the best not to make any

planes but let every run as

it likes to.

Now I am all alone No

relations but my father.

Tauwetter                              13.II 1.17.

I read those lovely books from

Felix Holländer: Frau Ellin Röte,

Ihr letztes Glück, till 2 o'clock in

the morning.


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 Left page 


It wakes me up a little and 

makes my head clear. Some

time I think I must get gracy.

But it it only lonesomeness.

During the day I wrote in the

Kriegs - Tagebuch which O. dictated

to me. He made me

waiting some. I only ate

2 Sandwich with jam this

morning and had to write

till 2 o'clock. I was so hungry!

Than in the morning

I went to "buy" some wood.

That is the "first day we got

no smoke in our room.

Because we have Wood coals.

It is a dirty wet weather out 

side and I may be glad to

sit in a warm room

In the Tribune I was astonished

by the tone which

is there. They dont balk so

much against Germany. Perhaps

they are astonished


 Right page 


by that feature, which they

never believed to come true:

"U53", Somebody says that

the ship never crossed the ocean

but the parts were made in

U.S.A. and put together. If

they only knew what else 

happens in a giant war as

this.

When I am alone I think so

much about me. What is to

become of me? What shall I 

do after the war? I think it is

the best not to make any

planes but let every run as

it likes to.

Now I am all alone No

relations but my father.

Tauwetter                              13.II 1.17.

I read those lovely books from

Felix Holländer: Frau Ellin Röte,

Ihr letztes Glück, till 2 o'clock in

the morning.



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  • October 21, 2017 21:44:53 Manuela Nitsch

     Left page 


    It wakes me up a little and 

    makes my head clear. Some

    time I think I must get gracy.

    But it it only lonesomeness.

    During the day I wrote in the

    Kriegs - Tagebuch which O. dictated

    to me. He made me

    waiting some. I only ate

    2 Sandwich with jam this

    morning and had to write

    till 2 o'clock. I was so hungry!

    Than in the morning

    I went to "buy" some wood.

    That is the "first day we got

    no smoke in our room.

    Because we have Wood coals.

    It is a dirty wet weather out 

    side and I may be glad to

    sit in a warm room

    In the Tribune I was astonished

    by the tone which

    is there. They dont balk so

    much against Germany. Perhaps

    they are astonished


     Right page 


    by that feature, which they

    never believed to come true:

    "U53", Somebody says that

    the ship never crossed the ocean

    but the parts were made in

    U.S.A. and put together. If

    they only knew what else 

    happens in a giant war as

    this.

    When I am alone I think so

    much about me. What is to

    become of me? What shall I 

    do after the war? I think it is

    the best not to make any

    planes but let every run as

    it likes to.

    Now I am all alone No

    relations but my father.

    Tauwetter                              13.II 1.17.

    I read those lovely books from

    Felix Holländer: Frau Ellin Röte,

    Ihr letztes Glück, till 2 o'clock in

    the morning.



  • October 21, 2017 21:36:46 Manuela Nitsch

     Left page 


    It wakes me up a little and 

    makes my head clear. Some

    times I think I must get gracy.

    But it is only lonesomeness

    during the day I wrote in the

    Kriegs -Tagebuch which O. dictated

    to me. He made me

    waiting some. I only ate

    2 Sandwich with jam this

    morning and had to write

    till 2 o'clock. I was so hungry!

    Then in the morning

    I went to "buy" some wood.

    That is the first day we got

    no smoke in our room.

    Because we have Wood coals.

    It is a dirty wet weather out 

    side and I may be glad to

    sit in a warm room.

    In the Tribune I was astonished

    by the tone which

    is there. They dont balk so

    much against Germany. Perhaps

    they are astonished


     Right page 


    by that feature, which they

    never believed to come true:

    "U53", Somebody says that

    the ship never crossed the ocean

    but the parts were made in

    U.S.A. and put together. If

    they only knew what else 

    happens in a giant war as

    this.

    When I am alone I think so

    much about me. What is to

    become of me? What shall I 

    do after the war? I think it is

    the best not to make any

    planes but let every run as

    it likes to.

    Now I am all alone. No

    relations but my father

    Tauwetter                                13.II I.17.

    I read those lovely books from

    Felix Hollander: Fran Ellin Rote,

    Ihr letztes Glück, till 2 o'clock in

    the morning.



  • October 21, 2017 21:33:35 Manuela Nitsch

     Left page 


    It wakes me up a little and 

    makes my head clear. Some

    times I think I must get gracy.

    But it is only lonesomeness

    during the day I wrote in the

    Kriegs -Tagebuch which O. dictated

    to me. He made me

    waiting some. I only ate

    2 Sandwich with jam this

    morning and had to write

    till 2 o'clock. I was so hungry!

    Then in the morning

    I went to "buy" some wood.

    That is the first day we got

    no smoke in our room.

    Because we have Wood coals.

    It is a dirty wet weather out 

    side and I may be glad to

    sit in a warm room.

    In the Tribune I was astonished

    by the tone which

    is there. They dont balk so

    much against Germany. Perhaps

    they are astonished


    Right page


    by that feature, which they

    never believed to come from

    "U 53",


    [end page]

    [start page]

    by that feature which they

    never believed to come true:

    U53", Somebody says that

    the ship never crossed the ocean

    but the parts were made in

    U.S.A. and put together. If

    they only knew what else 

    happens in a giant war as

    this.

    When I am alone I think so

    much about me? What shall I 

    do after the war? I think it is

    the best not to make any

    planes but let every run as

    it likes to.

     Now I am all alone No

    relations but my father

    Tansetter                 13.II 1.17

    I read those lovely books from

    Felix Hollander: Fran Ellin Rote



  • October 13, 2017 17:51:17 Annick Rodriguez

    It wakes me up a little and 

    makes my head clear. Lacie

     ...  I think I must get gracy.

    But it it only lonesomeness

    During the day I write in the

    Kriegs -Tahe buch which O. dic-

    tated to me. He made me

    waiting some, I only ate

    2 Sandwich with jam this

    morning and had to write

    till 2 o'clock  I was so hung

    ry! Then in the morning

    I went to buy " some wood.

    That is the "first day we got

    no smoke in our room

    Because we have Wood coals

    It is a dirty we weather out 

    side and I may be glad to

    sit in a warm room

    In the Tribune I was as-

    tonished by the tone which

    is there. They dont balk so

    much against Germany Per-

    haps they are astonished

    [end page]

    [start page]

    by that feature which they

    never believed to come true:

    U53", Somebody says that

    the ship never crossed the ocean

    but the parts were made in

    U.S.A. and put together. If

    they only knew what else 

    happens in a giant war as

    this.

    When I am alone I think so

    much about me? What shall I 

    do after the war? I think it is

    the best not to make any

    planes but let every run as

    it likes to.

     Now I am all alone No

    relations but my father

    Tansetter                 13.II 1.17

    I read those lovely books from

    Felix Hollander: Fran Ellin Rote



  • October 13, 2017 17:40:51 Annick Rodriguez

    It wakes me up a little and 

    makes my head clear. Lacie

     ...  I think I must get gracy.

    But it it only lonesomeness

    During the day I write in the

    Kriegs -Tahe buch which O. dic-

    tated to me. He made me

    waiting some, I only ate

    2 Sandwich with jam this

    morning and had to write

    till 2 o'clock  I was so hung

    ry! Then in the morning

    I went to buy " some wood.

    That is the "first day we got

    no smoke in our room

    Because we have Wood coals

    It is a dirty we weather out 

    side and I may be glad to

    sit in a warm room

    In the Tribune I was as-

    tonished by the tone which

    is there. They dont balk so

    much against Germany Per-

    haps they are astonished

    [end page]

    [start page]

    by that feature which they

    never believed to come true:

    U53", Somebody says that

    the ship never crossed the ocean

    but the parts were made in

    U.S.A. and put together. If

    they only knew what else 

    happens in a giant war as

    this.

    When I am alone I think so



  • October 13, 2017 17:38:26 Annick Rodriguez

    It wakes me up a little and 

    makes my head clear. Lacie

     ...  I think I must get gracy.

    But it it only lonesomeness

    During the day I write in the

    Kriegs -Tahe buch which O. dic-

    tated to me. He made me

    waiting some, I only ate

    2 Sandwich with jam this

    morning and had to write

    till 2 o'clock  I was so hung

    ry! Then in the morning

    I went to buy " some wood.

    That is the "first day we got

    no smoke in our room

    Because we have Wood coals

    It is a dirty we weather out 

    side and I may be glad to

    sit in a warm room

    In the Tribune I was as-

    tonished by the tone which

    is there. They dont balk so

    much against Germany Per-

    haps they are astonished

    [end page]

    [start page]



  • October 13, 2017 17:22:36 Annick Rodriguez

    It wakes me up a little and 

    makes my head clear. Lacie

     ...  I think I must get gracy.

    But it it only lonesomeness

    During the day I write in the

    Kriegs -Tahe buch which O. dic-

    tated to me. He made me

    waiting some, I only ate

    2 Sandwich with jam this

    morning and had to write

    till 2 o'clock  I was so hung

    ry!


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