The WP-article “German Language” refers in the “External Links” to the overview-article “Free online and offline Dictionaries for the Study of German”.
Original written by Carl Loreck K. Major a.D. and Albert Winter K. Studienrat
Title data • Preface • Table of Contents • Signs and Symbols (Legend) • Relief Depiction • German Reich, physical • Dissemination of the German Language • Dissemination of the Main Foreign Mother Tongues in the German Reich, 1913 • German Reich, Map of States 1913 • German Reich: Industry; Minerals, Industry and Trade 1913 • German Reich: Industrial and Agricultural Population; Population Density 1913 • Austria-Hungary: Religions, Maps of Peoples • Rhineland-Palatinate and Upper Rhine Plain • Europe physical, Europe political 1913
Central Youtube-recommendation (in German), length 49 minutes, Jan von Flocken im Gespräch mit Michael Friedrich Vogt: “Kaiser Wilhelm II. – Politisch unkorrekte Korrekturen eines Zerrbildes - Jan von Flocken”
This information-map collection presents you facts on the German Reich. It bases on an original atlas of 1913. All documents were scanned with 300 dpi, thus they are also suited for the prepress preparation. All reproductions are copyright-free and can be used 100 % royalty-free, for commercial as well as for non-commercial purposes.
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This map shows beautifully, why our national anthem states: “[...] Von der Maas bis an die Memel, Von der Etsch bis an den Belt [...]” resp. in English “[...] From the Meuse to the Memel, From the Adige to the Belt [...]”. This simply is the ancestral Heimat of our people.
Information in the map “Verbreitung der deutschen Sprache”, at the bottom on the right: according to Behagel, Berghaus, Brenner, Langhans and others. (“nach Behagel, Berghaus, Brenner, Langhans und anderen”).
Berghaus maybe could refer to one of these three personalities: Johann Peter Berghaus (cartographer, illustrator, lithographer), Heinrich Berghaus (cartographer), his nephew Hermann Berghaus, or Heinrich Karl Berghaus.
Langhans is the surname of a German geographer and cartographer, Paul Langhans.
“Lith. Druck u. Verlag v. Piloty & Loehle, München.“: Lithograpic Print and Publishing/Publisher by/from Piloty & Loehle, Munich.”.
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„Proof of the Irrationality of the Square Root of 2“, extended with exercises with solutions, 12 resp. 15 pages.