June 28, 1914 – the day everything changed

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‘The hotel was not particularly large, and it was not particularly grand, but with its twin, the Hungary, facing it across a broad round swath of perfectly manicured lawn, it stood out, as it was meant to. If Reinhardt remembered correctly, the Archduke Ferdinand and his wife had stayed here on their fateful visit to the city in June 1914. … Read More

So, who would play Reinhardt in a movie…?

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No. Sorry. There’s no movie contract, and yes, this is a bit cheeky and it could be said I’m getting ahead of myself, and yet, I live in hope that Spielberg will one day knock on the door. But until that happy day comes, it’ll just have to be imagination – mine and yours. I don’t know how–or if–any of … Read More

Reinhardt like you’ve never heard him before!

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So here’s an interesting update. The Man From Berlin is currently, and The Pale House will shortly be, available as audio books from Tantor. The perfect companion to your daily commute, long-distance travel, housework, lawn-mowing, shopping, running, or general quiet time (if you have any of it)! Both books are read by John Lee, a British actor with an absolutely suitably … Read More