Berlin: Michow (1907). 63pp.
One of the few contemporaneous accounts of the dramas surrounding the Eulenburg/Moltke scandal. Both men were members of Kaiser Wilhelm II's inner circle and the ensuing scandal had long lasting effects on the gay rights movement in Europe. The affair received wide publicity and is often considered the biggest domestic scandal of the German Second Empire. It led to one of the first major public discussions of homosexuality and was the first occasion that the word "homosexual" was introduced into common usage.
Good in stapled wrappers, pages a bit browned, light loss at spine.