My Remembrances, Dark Days And Times of War

In the case of history it is often a story twice told. One in which the participants
relate what they saw and experienced and one which was imagined by those in a parallel
existence penned upon the open page. Such texts may well be confused with reality and so
must be taken as such. What worlds exist in the hearts of men are no less real in their
context than those in which flesh and blood have passed through. What is written here of course
is more or less conjecture but still of value in moral or literal sense.

Grand Duchess Ingar Kleiss

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