The Smiling Lieutenant
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Adaptation of Literary Source
Straus, Oscar. "A Waltz Dream; an operetta in three acts; vocal score; English". (New York), Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, 1939, Pg. 152, (BK)
Straus, Oscar. "Ein Walzertraum, Operette in drei Akten; piano-vocal score; German". (Wien), L. Doblinger (B. Herzmansky), 1951, Pg. 123, (BK)

Original Literary Source
Müller, Hans. Nux der Prinzgemahl (shortstory). In: "Müller", Hans. Buch der Abenteuer. Berlin, 1905

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