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|Die Gartenlaube, 1868|
The Gartenlaube included a supplement called the "Deutsche Blaetter" featuring literary-political matters. It seems that here the "Lisco-Knak affair" was first spread abroad with its popular report. So I am beginning with my translation of its report on page 95 from the June 11, 1868 issue (here):
|F. von Raumer|
"Protestant Inquisitors!" -- We begin to see that there was quite a stir in Germany caused by this confession of Pastor Knak in April of 1868... and this report was just the beginning. Two months later, Die Gartenlaube gave this story a full feature article in its main publication. In Part 4b, I will present a translation of this larger report...