The Kaiser turned an inquiring glance toward von Liebknecht.
It may be, as Liebknecht says, an idle question, but it is a perfectly natural one.
To Liebknecht all that Carlyle has said about heroes is contrary to ideology and inversion of the truth.
I was with Liebknecht in the Schloss when he slept in the Kaiser's bed.
Liebknecht studied first at Leipzig and then in Berlin, attending the university in each city.
Liebknecht the man is of the kindest nature and frankest personality.
Liebknecht was in prison, but even in his lonesome cell he still inspired the "gathering hosts and helped to make men free."
Liebknecht has since gloriously cleared his honor of the compromises of his party.
"We spoke for months of nothing else but Darwin, and the revolutionizing power of his scientific conquests," says Liebknecht.
Liebknecht interjected in his sharp, shrill voice, "You chose the war!"