12. Regen, +5°.

— An Halberstam (Br. u. 2 Befunde): Einladung. — An Floriz {3894} (K.OJ 8/5, [28]): nun zur „Form“ [in Der freie Satz]. — Revolution!!! (in Heineleins Skizze kein Wort darüber!!) 1

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

12, rain, +5°.

— To Halberstam (letter and two results): invitation. — To Floriz {3894} (postcardOJ 8/5, [28]): now on to "Form" [in Free Composition ]. — Revolution!!! (in Heinelein’s sketch, not a word about it!!) 1

© Translation William Drabkin.

12. Regen, +5°.

— An Halberstam (Br. u. 2 Befunde): Einladung. — An Floriz {3894} (K.OJ 8/5, [28]): nun zur „Form“ [in Der freie Satz]. — Revolution!!! (in Heineleins Skizze kein Wort darüber!!) 1

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

12, rain, +5°.

— To Halberstam (letter and two results): invitation. — To Floriz {3894} (postcardOJ 8/5, [28]): now on to "Form" [in Free Composition ]. — Revolution!!! (in Heinelein’s sketch, not a word about it!!) 1

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 The February Uprising of 1934. Differences between the Social Democrats and the Republikanischer Schutzbund (prohibited in 1933) on one side, and the ruling Christian-Social Party and nationalist paramilitary groups on the other, escalated between February 12 and 15, 1934, into civil war. Social Democratic members of the Schutzbund (under Richard Bernaschek) resisted a weapons raid with armed force conducted by the paramilitary Heimwehr (acting as law-enforcement agents) in the party headquarters of the Social Democrats in Linz.