This is awarded by the German military to its heroes.
Pasenow Family Estate
This is a huge land holding.
Von Pasenow is garrisoned there to keep it safe.
This represents freedom of speech and a certain power.
The Salvation Army
Its members dress in uniforms, sing and dance, and evangelize in Europe before the war, and during it.
Hanna's House, The Rose Cottage
This exists in a dream state through most of the novel.
Korn and Erna's House in Mannheim
This is a place to return to in tumultuous times.
Mother Hentjen's Restaurant
This is the scene of many meetings with Martin and Esch's future wife.
The frailty of this young man is symbolized by these.
The occupants of this represent a wildness never imagined by Esch.
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