It’s sometimes a challenge to write about Berlin’s goings-on in a fair manner. The perennial issue, as I mentioned a few months ago, is source bias. I think I may have jumped the gun on presenting that topic. Why? This month it the divide between my sources widened, and at times, it became difficult to take one newspaper’s reporting at face value. Details were conveniently omitted, headlines packaged unrelated events as corroborative, and the writer’s/editor’s/publisher’s/advertiser’s slant didn’t just tinge reportage, but singed it.
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May 2016 Posts:
- 28 April – 04 May 1916: If you don’t go, we will!/Recipe: Bread
- 05-11 May 1916: Pennies, Pasteurisation, and popcorn/Recipe: Blumenkohl gebacken
- 12-18 May 1916: Mayor Hett in the hot seat/Recipe: Irish Stew
- 21-27 April 1916: Bye-bye, Berlin! Bye-bye, boys!/Recipe: Windsor Sandwiches
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