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In addition, the physical demands at the school “to toughen him” were too strenuous. For example, to reach the train that took him to his mother during summer vacation in 1918, the twelve-year-old Hans had to hike three hours carrying a very heavy rucksack on a very hot day. He prob ably got badly dehydrated on the march, and Anna was frightened when she saw him. ” Hans was very happy to do so. Kreuznach and Odenwaldschule were critical events in Hans’s life. 47 Odenwaldschule had severed Hans’s ties to his stuffed animals.
Hans was very happy to do so. Kreuznach and Odenwaldschule were critical events in Hans’s life. 47 Odenwaldschule had severed Hans’s ties to his stuffed animals. ”48 With it he built large bridges, cranes, and buildings, some a meter high. He was very proud of these constructions. Hans returned to Frankfurt just before the war ended. ” But it was also a very hungry time, [because of the British naval blockade] and I remember that very vividly, and I never got enough to eat, and what we got was pretty miserable stuff.
The Armistice conditions were really very harsh. . Well, that was more or less obvious, but also the larger part of our railway stock—hundreds of locomotives, thousands of freight and passenger cars—and that really hurt. It hurt the country because the transportation of food depended on it, and so my father was quite despondent on reading these Armistice conditions. He knew perfectly well that Germany would lose the war. But I don’t think he anticipated that it would lose the war that badly. Nor, that it would then be treated so harshly.