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For Mannheim, generations were born from historical disruption.
For Mannheim, what defined a generation was the particular slice of history people experienced during those plastic years.
A few days ago a great festival took place at Mannheim, on the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of Beethovens birth.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
Beautiful Rhine-stream, thrice-beautiful trim Mannheim;—yes, all is beautiful indeed, your Serenity!
Truly there has something come to Papa's knowledge since he started, perhaps since he arrived at Mannheim.
But so stand the facts: it is towards Mannheim, not towards Heidelberg that we are now travelling!
Alas, poor Friedrich Wilhelm has got other matter to think of, by the time we arrive in Mannheim.