In other entries, he claims Mrs Thatcher had bouts of "Germanophobia", noting "she seems obsessed by a feeling that German-speakers
are going to dominate the [European] Community.
Austria's new chancellor said on Tuesday he would press on with contentious plans to offer passports to German-speakers
in the northern Italian province of Alto Adige, but promised to consult closely with Rome.
This book traces the interaction of Czechs and Jews, as well as German-speakers
and other minorities, respectively Slovaks, in the Bohemian lands and in Czechoslovakia throughout the first half of the twentieth centuryua phase of accelerated nation-building/nation cleansing under various rulers with changing great power protectors (Austria-Hungary, France, Nazi Germany, and the Soviet Union).
The country has two major linguistic groups: The Dutch-speakers (Flemish), and the French-speakers (Walloons), plus some German-speakers
com site, offering German-speakers
access to this world-class security news resource.
New figures released by Exit, an assisted suicide organisation in Switzerland, reveal that one in every five French-speakers and one in every three German-speakers
opting to end their life are not suffering from a terminal illness.
They held up pictures of German-speakers
(whether Aryan or not) who have changed the course of art and thinking.
The Nazis now stepped up their propaganda to German-speakers
in Austria and Czechoslovakia and Hitler continued the build up of German armed forces.
Throughout Europe, you'll find it has different names: German-speakers
call it 'gluhwein' ('mit schuss' if you add an extra slug of alcohol - probably because it's all downhill after that).
At the same time, a revival of academic interest in German wartime suffering, including the flight and expulsion of German-speakers
from Eastern Europe, has provided a further incentive to revisit canonical texts.