The problem of how and where to live did not prove to be one of those which, if left alone, answer themselves. Having decided that he could not exist permanently at Kreisau, Helmuth did not take long to discover that he could not permanently endure Berlin. By the autumn of 1935 he was writing to Freya that ‘dozing in the train I suddenly realised that I wouldn’t mind in the least if I had to part company with Lewinsky to-morrow’.
KeywordsWeimar Republic Sleepless Night Downing Street Arbitration Tribunal Junior Officer
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