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Henry Masterman Mist Diaries and Prisoners Pie Magazine

Diaries of Heny Masterman Mist and a copy of Prisoners’ Pie, the Ruhleben Camp magazine. Learn more.

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BC Archives MS-2570

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and consulate ceased to exist. The British minister, Mr. Grant Duff, with his wife and staff left Dresden at noon for England. We British subjects must now look to the American Consul for protection in case of need. This morning I visited both the Eng. and Am. consulates and walked about the town but was not molested in any way. Several Brit. subjects have been arrested but I think in every case through their own faults or else they have been mistaken for Russions and immediately released again. One young Canadian with another American youth was in a crowd near the royal palace and for some reason or other was whistling with his fingers in his

BC Archives, MS-2570 Box 1 File 1 MIST, Henry Masterman Diary, Dresden, 01 Aug 1914 – 02 Dec 1914.

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