This is the story about how Germany came to be and how his relationship to his big brother Prussia developed. It will describe historic events in Germany's life, starting in 1807 and will continue through history. It is way darker than the Hetalia canon, but I couldn't write about wars, revolutions and politics with the ease the original story does.
- Part 1 of Berliner Blau
I watched them, the eagle and the phoenix, doing their never-ending dance of violence – the eagle strong and deadly, the phoenix near his ashes. Suddenly, I was stricken with an idea. With my men dying at the front, a phoenix rising from the ashes might be what could help to win the war.
It is 1916 and the Great War is wreaking havoc in Europe. In it’s center, the young German Empire is trying to find his way in this chaos. His strategy: Baiting Poland, the forgotten eastern nation.
- Part 2 of Berliner Blau
“During peacetime a scientist belongs to the world; during war time he belongs to his country,” Haber said to me in 1915 and in 1941 I held a small metal container with the highly toxic prussic acid in my hands. All that led to me standing in a conference room in Paris in 1993, signing the Chemical Weapons Convention that declared achievements in the field of chemistry should be used exclusively for the benefit of mankind.
- Part 3 of Berliner Blau