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What is this vocab stub tag? Does it add anything of use to this article?Grimhim 00:59, 23 June 2006 (UTC)
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Reich =/= Empire
- Depends, other than using the scholarly (Latin) word Imperium you can also translate Empire to Germany as Weltreich (as in Roman Empire or British Empire or French colonial empire, leaving out the "colonial") or as Kaiserreich (as in German Empire 1871-1918, French Empire 1804-1814/15), depending on the context. In two (established) instances, even Reich is an appropriate translation: for Roman Empire and for Holy Roman Empire. In a Star Wars context it is necessarily Imperium, of course.--2001:A61:260D:6E01:7DE3:7A3D:97F3:1BEE (talk) 18:08, 12 December 2017 (UTC)
Terrible grammar, barely intelligible
And I'm not sure if this article has anything to say that Wiktionary doesn't