User:JamesR1701E

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I'm a college student in the southern US, and I speak Old English/Anglo-Saxon, German, French, Modern English, and am working on Latin, and Old High German. I am looking forward to writing articles for the Wikipedia in Old English/Anglo-Saxon.

My website, Old English Made Easy, contains a dictionary, and links to several translation projects, such as the Bible, GNOME, Wikipedia, and Wiktionary.

Wikipedia:Babel
en This user is a native speaker of English.
de-3 Dieser Benutzer hat sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse.
ang-2 Þes brūcere cann forðian mid middelre mǣðe Englisces.

Old English Wikis[edit]

  • Wikipedia: Now with over 850 articles!
  • Wiktionary: Now with over 2000 articles! (Including: Old High German, French, English, Swedish, and more!)

Languages[edit]

I speak English, German, and some Old English. I'll be going back to Germany at some point to improve my German skills.

Interests[edit]

Old English, Matlock, Star Trek, and the general areas of linguistics, physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, history, and politics.

Germany Maps[edit]

Is there anyone able to make a map of Germany, using the 1871 borders (minus the Schleswig that went to Denmark) on modern Europe? I would like to see some of the following map styles:

I've already made this map, but it's a rough guide. I can only use MS Paint (I'm not that good a mapmaker :) ). Basically, I took the modern Bundesländer, and the Prussian provinces and put them together. I'm looking mostly for the differences from modern Germany, mainly East/West Prussia, Elsaß-Lothringen, the expanded Brandenburg, Silesien, Posen, Pommern, and Mecklenberg. Also a list of the administrative divisions and cities for those hypothetical states. Thanks in advance! Category:Germany