Chapter One: In search of the Black LionOur tale begins on a Brandenburg ship named Roter Schwan a former French three merchant ship now a privateer armed with forty guns and a crew of two hundred sailors under the Command of Captain Klaus Von Pelt and their only passenger Walther Bekker the prince elector’s agent. The Vessel was traveling through a storm with winds howling with heavy rain and lightning flashing bright as the sun. The ship’s crew was climbing up the ships ratlines toward the ships yardarms to close the main sails and leaving only the small sails open for the ship to navigate through the storm other were manning the ships pumps and two were helping the ship’s captain to steer the whip staff. The uniform of the crew was a brown coat with brass buttons with a white shirt and Prussian blue baggy pants with a large brown leather belt and cream colored stocking with dark leather shoes at the end on their heads was a dark wide brim hat made out of felt. “Blasted be this storm we have to findChapter One: In search of the Black Lion by Mr-Freddman
Under the Red Eagle intro. The year was 1670 Brandenburg Prussia was in the Franco-Dutch War. But the prince elector named Friedrich Wilhelm Von Brandenburg wanted his country to become powerful like the other European powers like the rival nations of Brandenburg that was the Kingdom of France and the Kingdom of Spain with their large colonies in the Caribbean Sea. The Prince Elector sent an Agent named Walther Bekker to the west indies and find the Buccaneer named Heinrich Karl Beringer Schmidt better known as “Zwarte Leeuw” by the sailors meaning “Black Lion” in Dutch back when he served in the Dutch navy during the First Anglo-Dutch war where got his nickname by his blackish hair and bravery in battle he had also the great privilege to serve under Admiral Michiel De Ryter. The Prince Elector wanted Heinrich to serve his homeland Brandenburg Prussia so he can raid on the French & Spanish ships also sack their towns or even capture a town to become a Brandenburg Colony.Under the Red Eagle intro. by Mr-Freddman
Just Germany being GermanyI found this today on 9gag and I could not stop laughing.
I do remember when my grandma told me this stories when I was a child.
Struwwelpeter (lit. tousled Peter) is a children's book by the frankfurt physician and psychiatrist Heinrich Hoffmann in 1845
The book itself contain multiple stories, often with serious consequences by misbehavior.
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