I added yet another Anti-Nazi parody of the Horst Wessel Lied and translated it here. I think it's a good translation but would feel more comfortable if other Wikipedians checked it. I made further small modifications to the parody and my translation but updating the link every time is too much I feel. Proxima Centauri (talk) 10:38, 20 July 2013 (UTC)
Would someone who can translate German better than I can kindly translate/transwiki to the English wikipedia: Johann Wolfgang Jaeger and Jeremias Friedrich Reuss. Both men are significant intellectuals in 1600s/1700s Germany and have an academic genealogical influence on such major academics as Hegel. Thanks for your help! --126.96.36.199 (talk) 20:16, 7 June 2013 (UTC)
A German speaker is needed at the article for Stiftskeller St. Peter, claimed to be oldest restaurant in Europe, dating at least to 803 AD, the time of Charlemagne and Alcuin, according to a claim on the restaurant website. I imported a citation from the same topic's German WP article that links to a Google Book citation (in German) that might (?) provide a reliable source. But I don't read German. Please, someone who speaks German should give this some attention and fix or strengthen as needed. Thanks -- Presearch (talk) 18:58, 22 December 2014 (UTC)
Done - ref #1 and #2 are only borderline reliable (ref 1 has a clear self-interest and "believes", ref #2 is a fun fact listing with little evidence of professional research). The only ref "saving" this from being a mere tourist guide entry is ref #3. GermanJoe (talk) 04:04, 23 December 2014 (UTC)
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Leipheim. Made an attempt to translate from the German article, but it would be good if someone with a profound knowledge of history terms could check it over.
Need help with English articles
Siemens VAI has an article in German Wikipedia but not English Wikipedia. Since I don't read German, I wanted to see if there was a connection with Voestalpine, and it's not obvious from the sources I have found, given the many companies called Voestalpine, whether they are all part of one company. I'm also not clear on whether these are owned by Siemens AG, and the exact connection with Siemens VAI.Vchimpanzee·talk·contributions· 21:35, 19 May 2010 (UTC)