By Ernesta Drinker Bullitt
Excerpt from An Uncensored Diary From the critical Empires
When publishers requested for the diary a century be fore I had anticipated, i didn't try and polish loose-jointed English or to suppress any yet own incidents. The pages of the publication stand as written in the traces of the critical Powers.
The personality known as Billy, in the course of the diary, is my husband, William C. Bullitt.
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She dined to the tune of forty marks a meal and bought rich furs. On former visits she had always paid her bills, so the stores and hotel gave her credit . The bill this time she brought to the Red Cross . Frau Kahres questioned her in heated tones . She said she had been the mistress of an English duke for twenty years and could not live as the Red Cross directed! She would die in a quiet and nice home! She must have light and life! Mein Gott I What did they expect of her? Wasn't the life of a refugee hard enough as it was?
Well she might ! The Germans are told that if the Russians get into East Prussia again, they are to send the women away immediately-those who stay are all outraged . This same cousin writes Fraulein Marelle that the German army is planting grain right up to the firing line . The Germans have a novel and highly effective way of restoring their destroyed property in East Prussia . The Russians did not leave one stone upon another, where they found several together, and I imagine that, when they found a single stone, this they rolled away .
He would have the Finns and Poles, and perhaps the White Russians, autonomous, each nationality under its own prince. He wishes an alliance between America, Germany, England, and France in order that Russia may be kept from squeezing the life out of all of them at some future date . "If Russia could be broken up into smaller states, the world would be safe," said he . A doctor and several musicians are the only Germans I have seen who wish to carry ruthlessness to the bitter end, and the Hahns are the other extreme.