Pre-WWI anti-German propaganda written in an epistolary form.
"Letters of Christine, a young girl, who went to Germany to study the violin, to her mother. They tell the story of her art, the people she meets and of her love affair with a German officer, and give a vivid picture of German character and life in the days just before and after the outbreak of the war. Christine died in a German hospital when she was attempting to leave the country. Personal names have been altered in the narrative."
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