#5 – From Royal Courts to the Commercial Court Lova de Vaysse was fluent in four languages, French, English, German, and Russian.When I heard him say “Güten tag fräulein Paupitz” and I knew he was calling Stern magazine. In Belgium our representative was Ben Vandoorne, a tall jovial fellow who frequently came to Paris. In Germany our correspondent in Stuttgart was the Pandis agency. For large events or princely weddings we often moved a whole team on site. We rented a well-equipped lab. The photos were thus processed, edited and distributed throughout the event. This was the case, on July...
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