“George Kennan was tall, thin, blue-eyed, elegant,” she later wrote of their meeting at a safe house in Bern.
“This is not a question of negligence, but how much negligence,” Bern told The Daily Beast.
“We have been ordered to apply to you,” said the deputies from Bern.
He retired to Lugano in 1873 and died at Bern on the 13th of June 1876.
Oh, Bern, isn't it good that Black Star remembered her—that she'll have him—something left of her old home?
Bern had at last the opportunity for which its Council had long waited.
He always calls Theodoric, Dietrich of Bern; and though he gives no reasons for it, his reasons can easily be guessed.
"Well, they will have to come to Bern if they want to see it," said Jack.
Dietrich von Bern, in his exile from home and throne, is under her protection.
Thereat with anger straightway / the men of Bern were filled.
named for Schwyz, one of its original cantons. On postage stamps, etc., identified by the Roman name for the region, Helvetia, to avoid having to print the four different forms of the name in the country’s four official languages: Suisse, Schweiz, Svizzera, Svizra.
Republic in central Europe, bordered by France to the west, Germany to the north, Liechtenstein and Austria to the east, and Italy to the east and south. Its capital is Bern, and its largest city is Zurich.
Note: Known for its strict neutrality, Switzerland maintained armed neutrality in both World War I and World War II.
Note: Swiss banks allow depositors to be identified by a number known only to the depositor and a few bank officials; private fortunes can therefore be kept secret.
Note: It is famous for its watchmaking industry and its milk chocolate.