Author Mein Reed

Headless Rider
"Everyone knows the great general Hans Pichholz. I only found out about it in the eleventh year. His exploits turned my head. Hans Pichholz fought thirty years with all the states from Apennine to the terrible, hard-working Urals and all won. And for this he was placed on the square troubadours monument of real Carrara marble with small veins. The great Hans sits on horseback, not outdone by anyone, holding a sword in one hand, a spear in the other, and a musket hangs behind him. Malboruk is a boy in front of Hans Pichholz..."