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The Son of a university professor, Sorley was a gifted youth and received his formal education at Marlborough College. Having won a scholarship to University College, Oxford in 1913, Sorley decided to first visit Germany, staying for a time in Mecklenburg and the University at Jena. When war was declared, he returned to England and joined the Suffolk Regiment as a 2nd Lieutenant. He went to France in May of 1915 and was promoted to captain in August, 1915. At the Battle of Loos, Sorley was killed by a sniper's bullet. Following his death, his poems were found among his possessions. They were published posthumously in 1916 as Marlborough and Other Poems and were extremely well-received. Robert Graves considered Sorley as one of the best of the First World War poets. He is one of the sixteen war poets commemorated at Westminster Abbey.
Dr. Klaus G. Müller has worked in a former incarnation as an investment banker
in Dusseldorf, Paris, New York, Brussels, Luxemburg and Rome. During more than
300 business and private trips he fell victim to the travel bug. For many years he has
been crossing the five continents. His experiences as a globetrotter led to the
publication of the successful book "Den Urlaub ueberleben tausend wirklich
brauchbare Reisetips" (Surviving your holiday a thousand useful travel tips, Beck
publishing house of 1763, Munich - first edition sold out in seven months).
Having a Chinese heart, his latest book is a chat about the history of civilisation of
the Middle Kingdom and about a charming collector's item: "A Pinch of China.
Snuff Bottles - Mirror of the Chinese Soul", German and English in one volume,
with many beautiful photographs of his collection (Boehlau Publishers, Vienna).
The author is just finishing a manuscript "Your Business Trip - Easy, Safe,
Agreeable, Efficient". English translation will be available soon. This, more
downloads and future books by the author together with some teasers and anecdotes
can be found at: www.surviving.jimdo.com, www.obib.net/engl/KGM.htm.
You can find German books by the author in sicher-reisen.jimdo.com, a new French
paper edition and a print + ebook for the Nile Cruise in survivez.jimdo.com.