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Mühlbach, Louise: The Merchant of Berlin. V1. 15 Feb 2010
"Luise Muhlbach was the pen name of Clara Mundt (1814-1873), a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction."
The sufferings of the long war still continued; still stood Frederick the Great with his army in the field; the tremendous struggle between Prussia and Austria was yet undecided, and Silesia was still the apple of discord for which Maria Theresa and Frederick II. had been striving for years, and for which, in so many battles, the blood of German brothers had been spilt.
Everywhere joy seemed extinguished; the light jest was hushed; each one looked silently into the future, and none could tell in whose favor this great contest would finally be decided, whether Austria or Prussia would be victorious.
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