The motivation is the same in Germany as in Spain–an attempt by the post-Stalinist left to tar and feather the bourgeois establishment as closet Nazis–but the contrast between the troubled, selective German initiative and the successful Spanish “rehabilitate them all” approach is interesting and reflects I think the weakness of Spanish politics.
- Fucked translation, not Hitler’s fault, and not without merit
Studiolum over at the excellent Poemas del río Wang has dug up a German-Russian lexicon, published in 1942 by Mittler &
- Felix Schlayer and the Nazis
Few here are both able and willing to read any language but their own, so there has been a sudden burst
- Why Spain must win tonight
The geopolitical consequences of a German victory don’t bear thinking about.
- Spanish, most popular elective extra-curricular language in English higher education
Now ahead of French, while German is being overtaken by Chinese.
- How to comply with Catalan language police regulations without spending anything
Over at Tot Barcelona, and one of many such cases in Barcelona. As is noted, there is no proof that the