The fan miles, where thousands congregate in front of giant screens, will be doing a brisk business tomorrow, as will the beer gardens with the Germanised
version of "Three Lions" blasting out from huge speakers.
The very Germanised
Brno gave the latter little chance to develop his activities in the field of Slav mutuality and so in 1845 he went to Vienna for his vacation and soon became a leading light in the Slav student colony.
titles for The Call of the Wolf and The Fort Mohawk Saga beckon young readers to explore other mountain peaks, other valleys.
All road signs were changed to German, many town names were Germanised
The Defence Department officers reported that 'the use of the German language has thoroughly germanised
the bulk of the population which would otherwise have become gradually anglicised as each generation grew up'.
57) In a second document, the British charge in Paris reported that Litvinov had told Blum that if France was not prepared to fulfil its obligations to Czechoslovakia in the event of German aggression, "the only course to pursue was to recognise that Czechoslovakia would inevitably become part of a Germanised
Mitteleuropa and to proceed accordingly, allowing the Little Entente Powers to make what terms they could with Herr Hitler.
The fame of the celebrated Constable of Zenda, Colonel Sapt (a Germanised
spelling of Szipad), is also a reminder that the small Magyar minority in South-East Ruritania was always part of |the political nation'.
For the line between Latinised and Germanised
Croats in the |West' and Orthodox Serbia and Bosnia in the |East', is where the worlds of the two Romes also met and sometimes clashed a thousand years ago.