Nicola McLelland, Associate Professor in German and Head of German Studies (University of Nottingham) Four hundred years ago, virtually no one in Britain wanted to learn German. Yet 250 years later, in 1858, German was introduced alongside French as one of the two main “modern languages” examined in the newly introduced School Certificate examinations offered […]
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