Author Archives: Andreas Moser

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.

The most stupid plan of all times

The battle of El-Alamein, crazy scientists, a great idea and nuclear explosions. Actually, a stupid idea and nuclear explosions. Continue reading

Posted in Egypt, Germany, History, Military, Technology, World War II | 7 Comments

But what about the Comet?

A flashback into the good old times… Continue reading

Posted in Germany, Life, Technology, Time | Tagged , , | 10 Comments

Horror Hostel

The experience wasn’t quite as lethal as the horror movie “Hostel”, but … Continue reading

Posted in Israel, Travel | Tagged | 10 Comments

Birthday Hike 2020

Even if you have never been to Bavaria, or even Europe, I bet you know the castle I will be hiking to. Continue reading

Posted in Germany, Travel | Tagged , , | 13 Comments

The Day I Lost Everything I Owned

Zur deutschen Fassung dieser Geschichte. On my last day in Bolivia, I had bought a bus ticket from La Paz to Puno in Perú. When the bus made a stop for lunch in Copacabana and the driver said “the bus … Continue reading

Posted in Bolivia, Peru, Travel | Tagged , , | 34 Comments

German Supreme Court ends Discrimination in Citizenship Cases

This is big and it concerns hundreds of you who have contacted me about restitution of German citizenship in recent years. I can’t contact each and everyone individually (my fees are too modest for that, and donations to keep this … Continue reading

Posted in German Law, Germany, Law, Travel | Tagged , | 37 Comments

History Lessons in Bolivia

In a remote jungle school in Bolivia, I am surprised by what the children learn about Germany. Continue reading

Posted in Bolivia, Books, Education, Germany, History, Travel, Video Blog | Tagged , , , , , | 9 Comments

Stranded on another island

Just when I thought I was going home, I got stranded on yet another island. Continue reading

Posted in Azores, Portugal, Travel | Tagged , , , | 7 Comments

De-Escalation Dog

Zur deutschen Fassung dieser Beobachtung. On my travels around the world, I like to attend protests. Especially when I find the demands of the people worthy of my support. But even when not, protests or even revolutions are an excellent … Continue reading

Posted in Bolivia, Politics, Travel | Tagged | 5 Comments

Finding myself in Maugham

One and a half winters ago, on a cold day in Calgary, I found a treasure trove of books by the side of the road. I walked home, through ice and snow and wind, with three little gems by William … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Life, Travel | Tagged , | 4 Comments