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Charles Wukasch (A Practical Gramm…): Some of you may know about this already, but here are two interesting websites they’ve added to Omni…
Charles Wukasch (Martin Luther and…): One minor correction on an earlier message: I said that the Wendish custom of Hexenbrennen (witch b…
David Zersen (Martin Luther and…): I have a lovely memory of being on top of the Brocken in the Harz mountains as I told the story of t…
Charles Wukasch (Martin Luther and…): Wendish: chodojtypalenje German: Hexenbrennen English: witch burning One of my Wendis…
Charles Wukasch (A Practical Gramm…): Abbreviations: N = nominative case, A = accusative case, G = genitive case, D = dative case, P = pre…
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Five Wends in Texas

Friday 09 September 2016 at 1:20 pm

I've been asked to expand a bit on my earlier blog on the Wendish language in Texas.  I'm titling this "Five Wends in Texas."

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Question on German Orthography

Monday 05 September 2016 at 12:24 pm

Weldon Mersiovsky asked me to look through the 19th-century issues of Serbske Nowiny to see if there were references to  the Wendish migrations. I went through a number of them on-line and found a few things.  One thing that surprised me was that, although 99.9% of the articles, advertisements, etc. were in the old Fraktur script, I did come across one article from 1850 or so in the modern script. Did editors experiment with the modern script even back then, but decide that readers preferred Fraktur ?  What do you know about this?

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