2 edition of Getting to know Germany. found in the catalog.
Getting to know Germany.
Written in English
For children. Originally published, Coward-McCann, 1954.
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Get this from a library. Getting to know Germany. [Anne Adler] -- Presents a view of Germany, including its people, geography, economy, natural resources, culture, and government. Getting to know Germany.
New York, Coward-McCann [©] (OCoLC) Online version: Tor, Regina. Getting to know Germany. New York, Coward-McCann [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Regina Shekerjian. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Getting to Know Germany and German (Getting to Know Series) I bought this book to read with my daughter because we might possibly move to Germany next year.
I would recommend it for ages 6 or 7 up to maybe 11 or /5. Get to Know Germany COLORING & ACTIVITY BOOK N iedersachsen B r emen Hambu r g B e r lin S achsen B a y er n Baden - W ü r t embe r g S aa land R heinland-Pfalz essen No rd hein-W estfalen T hü r en S achsen - A nhalt M ec k lenbu r g - V o r pomme r n S chleswig-ols t ein Brandenburg.
About the Edition. Introduces the geography, culture, and language of Germany, explaining how to use and pronounce everyday words and phrases. A picture book with basic info and mostly English text with some German words and expressions just as a taster. Getting to Know the Enemy: Germany: AprilSummary and Analysis In chapter sixteen, Easy Company traveled into Germany as an occupation force rather than combative action.
Surprisingly, most of the soldiers found the German people likable and similar to Americans. David hat mir geholfen. (dah-veed hât meer ge-hôlfn) (David has helped me / has been helping me / helped me.)Gestern haben wir ein Auto gekauft.
(gês-tern hah-bn veer ayn ow-tô ge-kowft) (Yesterday we bought a car.)Anna hat die Zeitung gelesen. (ânâ hât dee tsy-tûng ge-lehzn) (Anna has read the newspaper.
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Students will know the book and be well prepared for the AS or A Level writing : £ Getting to Know: Germany and German by Nicola Wright A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.
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This Getting To Know Germany Worksheet is suitable for 7th - 8th Grade. In this getting to know Germany worksheet, students use map skills (map not included) to answer 14 questions, then draw a map of Germany labeling the capital and major cities. Nevertheless, this book should be recognized for what it is - a bitter piece of wartime hate propaganda, quite possibly funded by the Roosevelt Administration.
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Getting to Know Germany, continued 9. Compare the distance between Berlin to Hamburg and Berlin to Stuttgart. Which two cities are closer together. _____ If you are in Berlin and wish to go to Hamburg, which roadway would you take?.
The book takes you through the lives and deaths of the era’s world leaders–Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, FDR–focuses on Patton’s time leading the United States Third Army through France and Germany, and includes a picture of Patton with his wee-wee out pissing in the Rhine River.
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