Advanced German: Language, culture and history
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Advanced German: Language, culture and history

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Page 12: Wonneberger, K. and Zwoch, I. (1993, 6th edn) Spiekeroog, Nationalparkverwaltung ‘Niedersächsisches Wattenmeer’ Wilhelmshaven;

Page 15: Dat ist een Fleeg dialogue courtesy of Radio Bremen;

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Page 17: Kragler, O. (1993) Trachten in Deutschland, © 1993 BMS Platt GmbH, Munchen/Inter Nationes;

Page 19: ‘Eine Kohlgahrt – ein seltsames Ritual’, Nordwest-Zeitung, 11 October 1997.

Page 3: (Bamberg): Emil Bauer/Bamberg Tourist Office; (Leer) Werner Otto; (Lauterbach): Foto Georg Eurich;

Page 16: from Renate Luscher’s Deutschland nach der Wende, © 1994 Verlag fiir Deutsch, Ismaning;

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Page 19: © Andreas Burmann/Oldenburg;

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