The European Union: After Babel, a new common tongue - The Economist

The European Union: After Babel, a new common tongue

The European Union: After Babel, a new common tongue - The Economist
The European Union: After Babel, a new common tongue
Published Aug 07, 2004
1069 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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It turns out to be English IN THE 17th century, educated people across central Europe could still communicate with each other in Latin. By the mid-19th century, the handiest language for a traveller through Mitteleuropa was the German...

  
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