Sütterlin-Alphabet with Latin-Alphabet -- At the behest of the Prussian governemnt, Sütterlin was developed in 1911, it was introduced in 1915 in Prussia, and during the 20's and 30's was the replaced the older forms of Kurrent taught in German schools. It's vertical instead of slanted, somewhat simplified, and doesn't have thick and thin stems to the letters, being adapted for the newer steel nibs rather than the older broadpoint nibs.
Offenbacher Schriftprobe.jpg „Nur die Schrift allein bewahret die göttlichen Gedanken der weisen Männer und die Aussprüche der Götter, ja selbst alle Philosophie und Wissenschaft und übergibt sie von Jahrhundert zu Jahrhundert den kommenden Geschlechtern.“ Diodorus Siculus
Documents tucked inside a notebook from a World War 1 soldier. Among these documents was a letter and photo. Unfortunately the letter does not appear to be in English. (look how perfectly written it is)