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  1. Wikipedia ist ein Projekt zum Aufbau einer Enzyklopädie aus freien Inhalten, zu denen du sehr gern beitragen kannst.Seit März 2001 sind 2.746.433 Artikel in deutscher Sprache entstanden.

  2. "The Awful German Language" is an 1880 essay by Mark Twain published as Appendix D in A Tramp Abroad. The essay is a humorous exploration of the frustrations a native speaker of English has with learning German as a second language.

  3. Pages in category "German-language surnames" The following 200 pages are in this category, out of approximately 4,303 total. This list may not reflect recent changes.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › German_ReichGerman Reich - Wikipedia

    The name Deutsches Reich was occasionally applied in contemporary maps to the Holy Roman Empire (911–1806), also called "Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation" from the 16th century onwards, though it constituted a supranational entity extending beyond the frontiers of the German language area .

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › GermanGerman - Wikipedia

    German(s) may refer to: Germany (of or related to) Germania (historical use) Germans, citizens of Germany, people of German ancestry, or native speakers of the German language For citizens of Germany, see also German nationality law; Germanic peoples (Roman times) German language. any of the Germanic languages; German cuisine, traditional foods ...

  6. La reine de Chypre (The Queen of Cyprus) is an 1841 grand opera in five acts composed by Fromental Halévy to a French-language libretto by Jules-Henri Vernoy de Saint-Georges. The libretto was praised by Richard Wagner , who called it "noble, feeling and even new and elevating", although he was critical of Halévy's lapses towards what he called "unsophisticated orchestration ".

  7. German as an official language. German is the official language of six countries, all of which lie in central and western Europe. These countries (with the addition of South Tyrol of Italy) also form the Council for German Orthography and are referred to as the German Sprachraum (German language area).