A Poem of Remote Lives: Images of Eriskay 1934 : the Enigma of Werner Kissling 1895-1988
Neil Wilson, 1997 - Eriskay (Scotland) - 110 pages
When Werner Kissling died in a Dumfries nursing home in 1988 he was something of an enigma, leaving behind a single case filled with photos and papers. His story is told here along with photos not seen since they were taken in the 1930s.
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