Bremer Freiheit

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Year:
1972
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BREMEN FREEDOM:

The newspaper, Geesche.

Coffee.

Close the window!

Quiet!

Bread and butter.

On 31st Oct. 1814 we shall

bury our dear mother

Clara Mathilde Beez,

ne Steinbacher,

whom our Lord...

Quiet!

That screaming will kill me.

More coffee.

The decapitation will take

place the following

Friday 3rd Nov. 1814 at the

market square.

Brandy.

When I say brandy I mean the

whole bottle, wife.

Just one peaceful evening

in this house. Quiet!

Cheers.

Open the window.

Another ghost seen

in Bremen.

Well, you shouldn't heat

the house so much.

Strange things keep happening

in this town.

Prepare the sleeping draught.

What a headache...

Quiet!

Geesche, the medicine.

I want to sleep with you.

Brother, we were just passing

by your house.

In this house we find brandy

as if it was distilled here.

For my friends, yes. Make

yourselves at home.

We shan't wait to be told a

second time.

On this cold Bremer night.

The wife? She lies on the

floor and cries?

The wife

is feeling faint.

Brandy!

Sit down, Christmas comes

but once a year.

The house of the red Leni

is closed.

Is closed?

It was discovered that three

of the women have a disease.

A disease?

French disease, Johann Gerhard.

French...

No, that is...

Which women?

No, all of us no!

Many a good Bremer citizen

fathers a child

that is syphilitic.

Pray for the well being of

the father of your children.

A man kills the mother of

his children

by way of strangling her with

his bare hands,

of course, her eyes bulge,

he says to her in a cold way,

well, wife, that makes you look.

A man sleeps with a woman

and bites her breast.

Afterwards he says, don't

pretend that child to be mine.

Which child?

You're pregnant,

your breast has milk.

Milk? No, that was but a

boil, thank you.

You must witness how my wife

loves me.

Come here.

Say:
I love you.

I love you.

Say:
I'm hot for you.

I'm...

And now?

I'm hot for you.

Fetch some brandy.

My wife knows who's the

master here.

She knows what humbleness is.

And yet in bed, dash it all,

she's like a mare gone wild.

She's made for a strong man

like me.

There's an execution

on Friday.

It's very lascivious, the moment

before the head...

Often did I lie in bed

and wonder

what the delinquent must

think in such a moment,

what are his feelings, what...

this is real madness.

I'll go home now. It's been

a long day.

See you tomorrow, Johann Gerhard.

Business, work. Yes.

Till we meet again.

Come, Geesche.

Don't act mad, wife,

you have yet to learn

who is the master of the house

and who may express his wishes.

Help!

Call a doctor.

World goodbye - I'm tired of you.

I want to go heavenwards.

there will be real

peace and

eternal tranquillity of mind.

World, you have war and

disharmony,

nothing but vanity.

In heaven

any time

peace,

joy and happiness.

My dearly beloved...

I should like to let

you know...

the cross of death...

The Lord has...

Pain and tears...

Yellow fever...

on the first inst... Geesche!

You take a long time.

Sit down.

On the first of this month

my dear beloved and

unforgotten husband

completed...

Sit down, Geesche.

Work comes first.

Where were we?

My dear beloved and

unforgettable husband...

My dear beloved and

unforgettable husband, comma.

Johann Gerhard Miltenberger,

comma, after completing, how many?

Thirty three.

...completing thirty three

years of his life, comma.

and in the eighth year of our

marriage, comma,

which was blessed with four

children, comma,

of which two preceded him,

comma, completed

his earthly walk of

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