Deutsche Sprachbucher in Bohmen Und Mahren Vom 15. Jahrhundert Bis 1918: Eine Teilkommentierte Bibliographie - Die geschichte des Deutschen als fremdsprache 2 (Hardback)
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From the 12th century to the 20th, German was considered the most important "modern" foreign language in Bohemian lands. Next to Latin, it was the key linguistic vehicle for the transfer of knowledge and technology. The textbooks, grammar books and vocabulary lists for the teaching of German make up an extensive body of material handed down from the 15th century to the creation of the first Czechoslovakian republic in 1918. This bibliography of the history of learning German in Bohemia and Moravia comprehensively documents this written record for the first time, systematically illuminating an important aspect of the history shared by Czechs and Germans.
Walter de Gruyter & Co
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