D O C U M E N T 2 9 2 J U L Y 1 9 2 2 2 2 5 here. And both of us hope that you will choose Lautrach as a meeting place with your boys. Yesterday, a 3-phase motor, engaged at a very large ohmic resistance in the 3rd phase in the running transformer, stepped up from 0–20,000 thus this problem has surely been solved to satisfaction if one lets the transformer step up slowly, it works even better, of course  now I am completely occupied with the mirror on the compass axis. I look forward to the time when I, quite naturally, can come to you with my technical questions and worries then I will enjoy my work twice as much. Most cordial greetings from both of us to you and your wife, your forever true Anschütz. 291. From Heinrich Zangger [Zurich, between 15 and 25 July 1922] [Not selected for translation.] 292. To Hermann Anschütz-Kaempfe [Berlin,] 16 July 1922 Dear Mr. Anschütz, Upon calm reflection I do think it is better to continue living here in Berlin. My wife is quite ailing (recently) and she dreads the change to all her habits. She does not feel up to managing a house anymore. Regarding me personally, I fear that after my return from Japan next spring there will be little left for me to do at the factory. If the case should be otherwise after all, which would please me very much, 1 or 2 rooms in or near the factory would suffice for me I would then be able to spend a substantial portion of the year there, e.g., coming to Kiel for a while at regular intervals. This would, of course, be possible without great complications. Furthermore, I would be glad if I could participate usefully in your work until the 1st of October. You may ridicule me for my fickleness, all right I deserve it! My boys will be coming here, after all, but a little later on because Albert is indisposed. So nothing will probably come of a trip to Kiel with the boys, espe- cially as your wife must also have some rest before the exertions of the move. Mr. Licht informed me with jubilation about the suit victory  the rascal did not come through with his crafty tricks.