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English: The dialectal ranges (not those of standard languages!) of the Continental West Germanic languages (Dutch/Frisian/German) after 1945
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Atlas This map has been uploaded by Electionworld from en.wikipedia.org to enable the Wikimedia-logo.svgWikimedia Atlas of the World Gnome-globe.svg. Original uploader to en.wikipedia.org was Rex Germanus, known as Rex Germanus at en.wikipedia.org. Electionworld is not the creator of this map. Licensing information is below.
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current20:01, 8 August 2017Thumbnail for version as of 20:01, 8 August 2017898 × 1,166 (166 KB)E-960Corrected location of city markers
09:19, 6 May 2017Thumbnail for version as of 09:19, 6 May 2017898 × 1,166 (166 KB)E-960Updated map to focus on Germany and the Benelux, also removed out of date areas, due to migration back to Germany after the fall of the Iron Curtain.
17:49, 4 February 2017Thumbnail for version as of 17:49, 4 February 20171,028 × 1,196 (193 KB)E-960Added place name of Wien, and Český Krumlov in local language.
17:11, 4 February 2017Thumbnail for version as of 17:11, 4 February 20171,028 × 1,196 (193 KB)E-960Adjusted place names reverting them to the local language of each individual country, also fixed the border between Belarus and Ukraine, and areas of German minority in Central and Eastern Europe.
17:07, 12 August 2016Thumbnail for version as of 17:07, 12 August 20161,028 × 1,196 (154 KB)Kontrollstellekundlcorr: Salzbaurg -> Salzburg Krummau -> Krumau Luxemburgish -> Luxembourgish Upper Sacon -> Upper Saxon + placement of various names
12:15, 28 July 2014Thumbnail for version as of 12:15, 28 July 20141,028 × 1,196 (107 KB)Crom dabaShaded sub-dialect groupings a bit different so that they can be differentiated at a glance
21:57, 4 September 2010Thumbnail for version as of 21:57, 4 September 20101,028 × 1,196 (132 KB)Hans ErrenGeographic border corrections (Borkum, Markerwaard) Western ripuarian border corrected
17:25, 12 March 2010Thumbnail for version as of 17:25, 12 March 20101,028 × 1,196 (94 KB)Slomoxthe extent is completely exaggerated
14:28, 12 March 2010Thumbnail for version as of 14:28, 12 March 20101,028 × 1,196 (160 KB)RülpsmannIt's correct, see at File:Germanische_sprachen.png
20:46, 11 March 2010Thumbnail for version as of 20:46, 11 March 20101,028 × 1,196 (94 KB)SlomoxReverted to version as of 00:47, 17 February 2009
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