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German: Bern...
"The Bern dialect of German is spoken in and around Bern, the
capital of Switzerland.   Although German is only one of four
official languages of Switzerland (with French, Italian, and
Romansch), it is the mother tongue of more than 70 per cent of
all Swiss.   Known as Schwitzerdütsch, it is a High German
dialect, although it differs considerably in pronunciation from
standard High German."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only]

"1936 Luke   1940 Acts   1944 Matthew   Mark   Bern
Translated by Johann Howald."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: "1944" Mark 1:2 incorrect (Propheten...Jesaia = Prophet Isaiah).]

German: Erzgebirgisch...
"The German dialect is spoken in the Erzgebirge, a mountain
range along the border of Czechoslovakia and East Germany.
Czech is the language of the southern Erzgebirge."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only]

"1930 Luke Chemnitz
Translated by Fritz Körner."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: "1930" Luke 3:1-4 unknown.]

German: Pennsylvania...
"The Pennsylvania German dialect, often termed ‘Pennsylvania
Dutch
’, is spoken by several hundred thousand people (estimates
run to more than a million), primarily in Berks, Lancaster,
Lebanon, Lehigh, Northampton, and York counties of Pennsyl-
vania.   Although Germantown was founded as early as 1683, the
great influx of Germans began in the early 18th century, when
the immigrants from the Rhenish Palatinate began to arrive.
Most of the German families were seeking religious freedom, and
tended to settle in rural areas and maintain their European cul-
ture.   Their language blended several German dialects, primarily
the Rhenish Low German, and adopted certain syntactical ele-
ments of High German and English."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only]

"1955 Matthew   1968 Gospels   Pennsylvania German
Society, Allentown, Pa.
Translated by Ralph Charles Wood, with the assistance of Hagen
Staak.
"
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: "1955" Matthew 3:1-4 unknown.]

German: Transylvania...
"The German speakers of Transylvania, the historic region which
now comprises central Rumania, number almost 200,000, and
are known as Saxons.   Primarily the descendants of German
colonists who settled in this area during the 12th and 13th cen-
turies, they also include the descendants of those who came in
during the 18th century period of Austrian domination.   (See
No. 23 for note on Bonaparte editions."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only]

"1859 Song of Solomon London
Translated by J. Seivert for Louis-Lucien Bonaparte."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: "1859" Song 3:5-8 unknown.]

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