But the Burschenschaft in its pristine glory could not so long continue.
Why should he not establish in the Irish capital a Burschenschaft?
Yet they have no deep significance like that of the Burschenschaft.
He boasted openly that day that none of the despised 'Burschenschaft' dare stand before him.
Many of us of the Burschenschaft will bear to the grave the marks of his Schlager.
The place was filled, the nobles on one side and the Burschenschaft on the other, and the sun coming up over the trees.
In politics he was a strong Liberal and Unionist, and did much to inspire the organization of the Burschenschaft.
If he be a middle-class young man, he enrols himself in a Burschenschaft, or a Landsmannschaft, which is a little cheaper.
He seems to be assuming a character: unlike the glorious Burschenschaft of Germany, he has no character of his own.
The Burschenschaft was pronounced a treasonable association; its members were punished by imprisonment or exile.