Berlin: Buchh. Vorwärts (1907). 16pp.
The Eulenburg affair, was the controversy in Germany surrounding a series of courts-martial and five civil trials regarding accusations of homosexual conduct, and accompanying libel trials, among prominent members of Kaiser Wilhelm II's cabinet and entourage during 1907–1909. It also involved Adolf Brand, Magnus Hirschfeld and numerous others.
An uncommon record of the facts surrounding the drama as it unfolded. Very good in somewhat yellowed wrappers.