Eine Reise um die Welt in 33 Jahren von 1836 bis 1869: die kühnen Reisen des Colonel Charles Pohle
This fascinating travelogue, written down almost 200 years ago, researched internationally for over two years and put together like a jigsaw puzzle with meticulous care, represents an absolute peculiarity. It describes people who did not have big financiers behind them for noble exploration trips break. No, it's about the normal carpenter, bricklayer or baker of the time. They wandered around the world and describe a perspective that is difficult to explore on foot. They were hard-working and honest people, who sought their fortune through the world of the beginning of industrialization in the whole world, emigrated or even after many years returned to their homeland. The reader accompanies the hiker directly, as with a bodycam, he is up close when the dangers of this arduous journey on the hiker come. Likewise, you can be with Kurzweil and music, when hilariously celebrated in the roadhouse. A fascination of desire to travel, heartbreak, love and a spirit of optimism. This book is intentionally left in its linguistic style in the linguistic forms of the time and adjusted - so you can feel the smell of the past, the gust of wind on the old travel steamers and the irrepressible desire for happiness! Follow the author into the history of lived feelings in times long forgotten and see things that no research report or glorious journey can ever offer you. Only those who know the past correctly will be able to successfully shape their future - Have a good trip.