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In matters, concerning the stories about a duel

Adolph Hartmann refutes newspaper articles that appeared in the American press stating that Hartmann fought a duel with a German officer. Hartmann did not hear a German officer insult the United States and has never fought a duel.
Dueling, Etiquette, Armed Forces--Officers, Press and politics, International relations, Germany, United States, Hartmann, Adolph, Hartmann, Emil
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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