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The Germanic League -- "The Great War of Germany"
« on: November 27, 2011, 03:54:33 PM »
Book I

It had taken Dietrich Schneider a long time to come to terms with the fact that he was no longer welcome in Bavaria.  That his affiliation with the army was no more, and his rank of Oberstleutnant was permanently missing from his name.  Adalinda shared a same fate to him, and his Princess had been disowned by her family -- no longer an heir to the throne.  Not that she ever had a chance anyway -- Dietrich lasted counted about eight people who were before her in the queue to sit on the throne.

Officially, they were on the run from the Bavarian authorities for the murder of Walther Klos -- a very important man and a member of the six-man Bavarian council who effectively ruled the country.  They had requested that Dietrich be the man to murder Walther, whose differing ideological views were pulling apart the society.  Walther sympathised with the left-wing radicals in the state, and the other old men were worried that he could back the communists and give them guns and equipment.  They needed a scapegoat, but the only one they could trust was Dietrich.  Unfortunately, that meant sacrificing his reputation and family name -- the people of the state would know him as a terrorist and a traitor to the empire of Bavaria -- only five others would know that to be the opposite.

During their escape, Dietrich and Adalinda found themselves in the Kingdom of Saxony, a state to the north of Bavaria.  Dietrich had spent some time here a few years ago, living in a farm house owned by his half-brother Jakob, who would later go on to enlist in the Saxon army.  By the time Dietrich and Adalinda arrived at the farm house, it had long since been abandoned.  Dietrich had heard news that his brother had been fatally wounded during a colonial expedition, but he did not really care to find out if he was now an only child.  The farm house gave them somewhere to stay, a roof over their head, and a rural location where they would not be disturbed.  It also gave them somewhere to plan, and the farm house was quickly transformed in to a war room filled with maps, scribbled notes and possible candidates to join their League.

The date was 19 January 1914.  The morning outside was cold, with shades of white scattered across the untendered farmland surrounding the house.  Dietrich had awoken at six o'clock to go for a morning jog, wrapped up warm and sweating due to the number of layers upon his body.  By seven o'clock, his body was wide awake and he had returned to what he had been doing the previous night -- the plan for the Great War of Germany, as he called it.  The Bavarian council had offered to supply them with whatever they needed -- whether it be weapons or manpower.  It was a kind offer, yet Dietrich declined.  He had bigger plans, one which did not require the use of guns or an army.  The broken states of Germany were each going to burn, the history of his tarnished name would be forever wiped from the history books.

Before he knew it, the clock began to chime for mid-day.  After some quick lunch, he borrowed some of his brother's clothes -- a rather dull-looking grey suit and a hat -- and stood in front of the long mirror in the bedroom.  He had had to throw away his military uniform, considering it would look suspiscious to be wearing Bavarian colours whilst walking around Saxony.  He sighed ever so softly, turning around at the sound of the distinct high heels clicking against the wood below.

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Re: The Germanic League -- "The Great War of Germany"
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2011, 11:38:23 PM »
Sometimes Adalinda found herself questioning as to why she got involved in Dietrich's business. Things had been going fine for her, she wasn't completely happy with her situation in life but it was better than many others could ever dream of and she was relatively okay with that after all, she was a princess. The Prinzessin Adalinda Knapp knew that there would have to be a lot of deaths in her family for her to ever see the throne and rule over all of Bavaria, but Adalinda also knew that she still had power that only others dreamed of having and she loved it, all of the power that she still managed to posses and the title of princess that sat in front of her name.

Despite the girl's royal title though, she was not very popular amongst others she knew. Adalinda had always been the quiet type that kept to herself but when she spoke-- everyone listened. They listened out of fear, fear that their name would mentioned and it wouldn't be for a good reason. Adalinda was a very feared woman but she loved her family dearly, which was why it had come to such a surprise to everyone-- including herself when Dietrich came to her with his position that he had been put in and agreed to help him knowing the consequences that would follow in the wake of their actions. So why had she done it? Perhaps it was the simple fact that Adalinda had met Walther Klos on occasions and had never really liked the man, didn't trust him or what he was doing with her beloved Bavaria and when Dietrich told her of everything she knew that in order to feel more happy in her life than she was, she was willing to throw away her title of Prinzessin for the chance to stop Klos at whatever it was he was planning to do to their beloved country.

That didn't mean she didn't care though. The Bavarian princess had to harden herself against the thought of her family hating her-- disowning her and after the murder of Walther Klos she didn't dare go back to the house she once called home. She didn't dare try to make contact with her family for she knew that as soon as word touched their doorstep it would be all over and they would kill her before listening to anything she said. For days it had pained her to no end, but she managed to hide it well and there was no point in dwelling over it because what was done was done and there was no going back. Dietrich Schneider had been her only friend for a long time, a trusted person that she kept close to her and she knew that the struggles she was dealing with would be close to the same as he was going through on his own for he loved Bavaria just as much as she and he held his title of Oberstleutnant very highly and wore his military uniform with pride. Now all that was gone from the man, stripped away from him never to return for a long, long time. Perhaps never.

But the two had an idea of their own once Walther Klos was dead; a League that they would create and they would one day rule over the entire land that once shunned them for protecting them from Klos' corrupt intentions. It was an idea that had been presented by Dietrich himself and an idea that had filled Adalinda with much excitement about the mere possibility. With this, their titles would be more than what they were before and they would be greater and more powerful than anyone would have ever imagined possible of the two and it gave such high possibilities for the young Bavarian woman. Ruling all of Germany.

In Saxony it was easy to blend in with the crowd's when they needed to wander away from the farm house that they were using as shelter due to Dietrich's half-brother being away for some time, possibly never to return. They used it for their planning and everywhere there were maps with markings and circles and slashes as well as scattered pieces of papers filled with notes that were sometimes hard to understand and made no sense whatsoever. It was the beginning of their new dream, their League that would one day bring them into the highest notion of power ever and when it did it was going to be the grandest moment of all. There was only one problem with that though, Adalinda Knapp was never known for being a very patient individual and always found herself questioning everything Dietrich did, why it had to take them so long to create the League. She knew why of course, but it did not change the fact that it meant waiting and waiting was not something that Adalinda Knapp did well. She also found herself taking on the responsibility of 'housewife' with Dietrich refusing to do anything that a woman could and should do. What was even more unsettling was her ability to easily slip into the role and have it feel like it was how she was meant to be when before she had people do what she wanted for her. She never left the farm house much either, Dietrich always claimed that it was because he didn't want to worry about her slipping on whatever patch of ice she might step on in her oddly fashioned choice of footwear, but she knew it was because he didn't want her wondering off too far and speaking to the wrong person, drawing too much attention to her princess-like-attitude. It irritated her to know end but Adalinda knew better than to argue with the man when he would simply lock her away in a room until he returned to make sure she didn't leave with him gone.

Their relationship was a strange one, Dietrich always seemed to act as if he didn't care for her being around much but at the same time he would give the woman a kiss here and there, and they shared the same bed. He would compliment her on the rare occasion but then there were the times when he would just act completely distant and cold towards Ada and she would find herself wanting to drive a knife into the back of his head. She had never come close to doing it though, Ada preferred the company that was given over the prospect of being absolutely alone for the rest of her life and it kept her from doing exactly what she wanted to do.

On this particular day Adalinda knew that Dietrich would be making another trip away from the house, to do whatever it was he was planning to do. She knew so because after the man had had his lunch he did not return to the maps and papers he had spent the morning hunched over. Finding him upstairs Adalinda held warmed pieces of cloth that she had laid out before the fire in her arms. They wouldn't keep him warm for long once he stepped outside into the bitter cold that waited for him, but they would help to keep him warm enough until his body could do it on its own in the freezing temperature.

"If you wouldn't mind," she said placing the pieces of fabric on the unused bed and folding them up so that he could slip them under his suit without causing any sort of bulge to be seen, "I could do with a few things for your dinner tonight.... if you're going in that direction that is. Where is it you're planning on going? Should I expect you back anytime soon?"

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Re: The Germanic League -- "The Great War of Germany"
« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2011, 06:54:23 PM »
It had only been a short while since Adalinda had been abandoned by her family, yet Dietrich was amazed at how quickly she seemed to adapt to looking after herself without the use of servants.  Dietrich had become rather distant in these recent weeks, his thoughts on the league proving to be more of a priority than anything else right now.  Adalinda was left alone -- and even though she had taken a large part in organising their plans -- seemed to be kept out of the loop.  Dietrich had secrets, when he left the house he was doing things which she didn't know.  He was recruiting, yet she wasn't there for the interviews.  It had been a difficult year for Dietrich, and one which seemed to never end.  They were no longer in Bavaria yet he couldn't stop looking over his shoulder in fear of someone coming to kill him, that the council would go back on their word and murder him to stop him from revealing who really wanted Walther dead.  But Dietrich knew not to let a soul know where they had went.

"Thank you, my dear."  Dietrich replied, picking up the warm fabrics and holding them in his hands.  The warmth spread through his fingers and he quickly tucked them underneath his suit, sighing at the heat -- one which would be temporary, at best.  Dietrich was used to the cold weather, he had come from the Bavarian mountains after all, and had spent many winters with his family in their retreat in the Bavarian Alps.  Enjoying the cold was a different story, and he pulled on his gloves just as he began to shake his head at Adalinda.  "What's with all the questions, Ada?  I'm just going out for a few hours, I have some important business to attend to."  Business, which she had clearly been a part of once, but no longer.

The truth was he had a meeting with Nancy Fassbinder, a spy he had recruited to give him access to various important diplomatic files and military documents relating to the entire collection of south-eastern German states.  If he was going to start a war, then he needed to know everything -- and Nancy had offered him that window... and much more.  He knew it was wrong.  Knew that the person he should be with was Adalinda, yet he could feel his mental state taking a different direction these days.  This little affair of theirs -- it wasn't going to last, it was something he would never have considered doing in a million years, yet right now he didn't know what he was doing.

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Re: The Germanic League -- "The Great War of Germany"
« Reply #3 on: November 29, 2011, 09:55:37 PM »
Adalinda felt a bit frustrated with his response. He was always going out somewhere, always doing something that no longer included her. Before they spoke about everything-- they were friends, or so she had thought. This plan that they were working on they were supposed to be building together but more and more Adalinda found herself being pushed to the back of it all and hardly included in Dietrich's thoughts when he once shared everything with her, it was making her feel more like a person who was only making sure Dietrich was 'taken care of' than a partner in the big plan that they had both agreed to go in on together. It was frustating moments like this that made Adalinda half wish she had left Dietrich to his own and did not throw away everything as easily as he had, if she had known their friendship would suddenly take a turn for the worse.

Of course, Ada was above bringing up her 'feelings' about things, especially when it came to feeling left out and not as needed as she once was. Besides, Adalinda wasn't above dealing with things her own way and there would come a time she knew that when she felt like things had gone too far and Dietrich had officially pushed her out of his big plans, and what was going to happen she would take action of her own, it's what she did and it was something that Adalinda would always do when push came to shove. She was not one to be ignored for long periods of time and the sooner Dietrich remembered that, the better it would be for the both of them.

Giving him a smile that should have been forced but wasn't because of her sudden choice in action if she wasn't included again soon Ada patted his cheek gently, "of course, you're right. It's nothing important that I need to know about. Be safe out there and I'll see you in a bit."

Turning on her heel she walked out of the room, each click of her heel on the wooden floor as she left giving her a better vision of what it was she would do if things did not change soon, and the image alone was enough to give her another sincere smile.

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« Reply #4 on: December 02, 2011, 04:13:09 PM »
Dietrich knew she was upset, but he had other things to deal with before putting a hand over her shoulder and giving her a nice, warm hug.  She knew what he was like, knew that when he wanted to do something it had to be perfect.  Nothing against her ability to do her best, but right now Dietrich had to get the hard part over the way.  Narrow down the candidates and make sure they were the right people to have on board.  His first meeting of the day was in the town of Eisenbach, a few miles to the north of the farmhouse.  There, Frederick Danmark became his first recruit for the league.  He had been recommended to Dietrich by an old friend in the military, who had told him that Danmark was some kind of logistics genius, who could plan anything from an invasion of Russian to a piss-up in a brewery.  Everything could be worked out in his head, and there wasn't a plan he had come up with that had failed.  Dietrich hoped that having him on board would help manipulate and start another European war.

"So this... this League of yours."  Frederick said, leaning across the table of the quiet cafe.  Dietrich couldn't take his eyes off the marvellous moustache he had grown above his lip, something which looked to have been ripped from the fur coating of an animal in the wild.  "What does it actually do?"

Dietrich smirked, placing his hand over his mouth before grabbing his cup of tea.  "It gets to make what ever laws it wants."

"Laws for who?"

Dietrich swallowed some of his tea, and carefully placed the ceramic cup back down on to the table.  "Everyone."

His second appointment was a woman he had become rather familiar with in recent weeks.  Nancy Fassbinder, his little spy working in Saxon intelligence.  With her help, he could get what ever information he wanted -- and make the government believe almost anything.  All he had to do was type up a proper-looking document and give it to Nancy to slip on to someone's desk.  Last week he had performed a dry run to see if it actually worked.  An innocent diplomat from Hannover was rather forcefully escorted out of the state after false information regarding a made-up plot of blackmail was handed in to the office by Nancy.

Dietrich sat in the chair in the bedroom of Nancy's apartment, his upper-half naked, his trousers half-buttoned and a self-rolled cigarette in his hand.  In his other hand was a piece of paper which Nancy had stolen for him -- a private letter between the Saxon and Austrian head of states.  It was nothing of real interest, but Dietrich liked to keep up to date with anything that might bring his attention.  Scrunching up the piece of paper with his one hand, he threw it towards the bin on the opposite side of the room but missed.  "Damn."  Was all he said.

By the time the cigarette was finished, he pressed it against the base of the ash tray -- disfiguring it's previous straight shape -- and looked over towards Nancy, who had been lying on the bed since their brief moment of passion.  There was nothing romantic about it -- at least not for him -- and it had only been to satisfy a sudden urge.

Lighting up another tobacco stick (he did this without Adalinda's knowledge) he squinted his eyes at the near-naked beauty on the bed, inhaling on the cigarette.  Perhaps he needed to smoke, to take away the thought of leaving Adalinda on her own like he had been.  It played on his mind, like a bad tune he couldn't get out of his head.  "Well Nancy-dear.  Did you consider my offer?"

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« Reply #5 on: December 03, 2011, 04:25:07 PM »

Nancy lay on her side with the sheets from her bed pooled around her waist without any care to pull them up and cover the visibly naked part of her body. Her head was propped up on one hand while she traced small circles into the sheet under her, tossing about every possibility that came to mind about the offer Dietrich Schneider had given her. It was a good one, she had to admitt, there was so much to it and so much planning that this man had obviously been planning it for longer than she'd first thought. When Nancy had first met the man, she'd thought his only interest in her was that she was close to imporant people and she could do things nobody else could. Of course in both cases that was true, he was interested in her because of what she could do-- and she was close to imporant people nobody else could get near to but she never thought that Dietrich would ask her to join this League of his. Nancy couldn't help but refer to it as his terrorist group in her mind.

She liked Dietrich though. He was a very intelligent man who seemed to know exactly what it was he was doing and he acknowledged who she was and how what she did for a living was important; not many others who knew her did. This league of his could be more than what she wanted in life though, but the adventure behind it was exciting and everything that it stood for... everything that it promised was hard to say no to and turn against it. Nancy understood Dietrich's thoughts behind it all and how amazing would it feel to be a part of something as big and important as this was going to become?

Getting out of the bed she let the sheets untangle from around her body and hang off the edge of the mattress as she walked to Dietrich and moved into his lap with her arms wrapping around the man's neck. "I've thought long and hard about it dear Dietrich, and I've been unable to come to any other conclusion than to say-- count me in."

 

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