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Dr Who

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Germany was a country in central Europe.

Stories Set in Germany

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Germany was a nation-state in Europe. The capital city of Germany is Berlin.

History

The German nation has played a major role in the history of Earth, for both good and ill. Between 1914 and 1918, Germany fought against a group of allied powers - consisting of Great Britain, France, and eventually the United States of America - in what became known as World War I. Following their eventual defeat in 1918, the Germans became shamed by their defeat, and that shame was one of the contributed to another world war in 1939. (TOS novel: My Brother's Keeper: "Republic").

Germany was one of the main combatants on the Axis Powers side, with Italy and Japan, in Earth's Second World War. Germany was defeated by the allied powers. Following World War II, Germany was at the front lines of the Cold War. The country had been divided up into occupation zones, which were administered by each of the primary allied powers. France, Britain, and the United States combined their occupation zones in western Germany into a single area - which they called West Germany. The Soviets, which had become hostile towards the other former allies set up a proxy nation which was called East Germany. In the early 1990s as communism collapsed across Europe the two halves of Germany were reunified into a single German nation, which was called Germany.

In 1953, the New York City office of Incredible Tales of Scientific Wonder contained several "bizarre" souvenirs from Germany. (DS9 novelization: Far Beyond the Stars)

Notable People

Over the centuries a number of influential people came from Germany;

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Muppet

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The Federal Republic of Germany, or the Bundesrepublik Deutschland in German, is a country in central Europe. It is bordered to the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea, to the east by Poland and the Czech Republic, to the south by Austria and Switzerland, and to the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands. Within its borders are a portion of the Alps mountains, the famous Rhine river, and the Black Forest.

Germany is a democratic parliamentary federal republic, made up of 16 states, which in certain spheres act independently of the federation. Historically consisting of several sovereign nations with their own history, language (distinct dialects), culture and religion, Germany was unified as a nation state during the Franco-Prussian War in 1870/1871.

Germany is a member state of the United Nations, NATO, the G8 and the G4 nations, and is a founding member of the European Union. It is the European Union's most populous and most economically powerful member state. Germany's current leader and also its first woman to become chancellor (the head of government) is Angela Merkel, who was elected in 2005.

The German language is one of the world's major languages. It is spoken by more than 120 million people in 38 countries of the world. It is — like English, Spanish and French — a pluricentric language with Germany, Austria and Switzerland as the three main centers of usage. Therefore, the following Muppet co-productions aired in all three countries:

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Fallout

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Germany was a pre-War European country. After the Second World War, the country was divided into three distinct states, the German Democratic Republic (East Germany), the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) and the Republic of Austria. By 2060, as the European Commonwealth dissolved, the country fell into disarray, bickering and quarreling with its neighbours over the last few remaining resources on Earth. As the picture of a destroyed Reichstag in the Fallout intro suggests, full-out war broke out between the former allies.

Country of origin of the creators of the renowned PPK12 Gauss Pistol, M72 Gauss Rifle, MP9 10mm SMG and the Vindicator Minigun.

Little is known about the country in-game outside the above references, although the presence of Gauss rifles in mainland United States in copious amounts as well as employment of a strikingly similiar weapon system by the Chinese implies the Teutons had equal opportunity business deals with both sides of the Great War.

Vault-Tec scientist Stanislaus Braun was from Kronach, a town in Bavaria, Germany.

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Halo

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German was a language spoken by a number of humans on Earth in the 20th, 21st and 22nd centuries. This language originated from the country Germany, a large country on the European continent. The German language was spoken by the Unified German Republic, the Federal Republic of Germany and the Frieden rebel forces during the Interplanetary War.

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Every character on Lost speaks some form or variant of a language. The predominant language spoken on the original broadcasts of the show is American English, though variants of this language, as well as entirely different languages are used, often with English subtitles. Every main character on the show speaks at least some English. Several characters can speak up to four other languages on the show besides English (Naomi, Mikhail and Danielle).

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Characters and languages

Below is a list of important characters who speak languages other than English.

Character Languages

Ana Lucia Cortez
English, Spanish
Ana Lucia primarily speaks English. She also speaks Spanish fluently, as shown in a conversation with her mother. ("Collision") It is unknown which is her native language.

Benjamin Linus
English, Turkish, Arabic, Latin
Ben primarily speaks English. However, he was also shown to speak Turkish when he was confronted by two Bedouins, and also speaks Arabic. ("The Shape of Things to Come") It is possible that Ben can speak fluent Latin, as we know from Juliet that all Others must speak this language. ("Jughead")

Charles Widmore
English, Latin
While Widmore almost exclusively speaks English, he was shown to be fluent in Latin, which is the secret language of the Others. ("Jughead")

Charlotte Lewis
English, Korean, French
Charlotte primarily speaks English. However, she has been shown to read in several different languages, including French ("Confirmed Dead"), and also speaks Korean, as shown when confronted by Jin. ("Something Nice Back Home")

Danielle Rousseau
English, French, Italian, German, Spanish
Rousseau was first heard speaking French over a distress signal ("Pilot, Part 2"), and it is presumed to be her native language. She was also shown to know several other languages when questioning Sayid. ("Solitary") However, she also speaks English fluently, and uses it to communicate with the other survivors regularly.

Dogen
English, Japanese
Dogen is an Other in a position of authority at the Temple who speaks Japanese, which is translated to English by Lennon. While he can speak English, he does not like the way it "tastes on [his] tongue."

Mr. Eko
English, Yoruba
Though he generally uses English, even while talking with other Nigerians, Eko also speaks another of Nigeria's major languages. This is most likely Yoruba, as "Eko" and his brother's name "Yemi" are both names from traditional Yoruba. ("The 23rd Psalm")

Hugo "Hurley" Reyes
English, Spanish
Though he prominently speaks English, Hurley has also been shown to know Spanish, as he is the original owner of the Spanish comic book, and understands what Naomi says when she arrives on the Island. ("The Brig") He is also born to a Hispanic family living in the US.

Ilana
English, Russian, Latin (possibly)
Even though she primarily uses English, Ilana was able to understand communicate with a nurse and Jacob. ("The Incident, Parts 1 & 2") Also she at least understands Latin, as she understood what Richard answered to her question "What lies in the shadow of the statue?". ("The Incident, Parts 1 & 2")

Jacob
English, Russian, Korean, Greek (possibly)
Though Jacob speaks English as his primary language, he fluently spoke Russian while visiting Ilana in the hospital and spoke Korean to Sun and Jin at their wedding, even being commented by Jin that he speaks excellent Korean. He also has the ability to (at the very least) read and write Greek as evidenced by his work on the tapestry in his quarters in the statue.("The Incident, Parts 1 & 2")

Jin-Soo Kwon
Korean, English
Jin's primary language was Korean, as he had grown up and lived in Korea all his life, never having the need to speak another language. This caused a language barrier between him and other English speakers on the island. After his wife revealed that she could speak English ("...In Translation"), he was initially enraged, but finally accepted the fact, and allowed her to begin to teach him. ("Exodus, Part 2") His ability to speak English quickly developed, and by three years later, he was a fluent speaker. ("LaFleur")

Juliet Burke
English, Latin
Juliet's primary language is English, though she spoke Latin in "Jughead" when revealing Jones and Cunningham as Others. ("Jughead")

Lennon
English, Japanese
Lennon is an Other in a position of authority at the Temple who translates Dogen's Japanese.

Mikhail Bakunin
English, Portuguese, Russian, Latin (possibly)
Mikhail generally speaks English, and uses this to communicate which his fellow Others and the survivors. However, he has also used Russian to speak with Beatrice Klugh so that the survivors would not understand their exchange. ("Enter 77") He also was able to translate Naomi's Portuguese, though he intentionally did so incorrectly. ("D.O.C.") Mikhail is Ukrainian, so it is possible that he also knows Ukrainian.("Enter 77") It is very possible that Mikhail can also speak Latin, as all Others should know this language. ("Jughead")

Nadia
Arabic, English
Nadia's native language is presumably Arabic, as she was shown living in Iraq and speaking the language. ("Solitary") However, she was also seen in America on multiple occasions, speaking English fluently.

Naomi Dorrit
English, Portuguese, Chinese, Spanish
Naomi's primary language is English, and she uses it to communicate with the survivors. However, she also seen speaking in several different languages, such as Portuguese, Chinese, and Spanish. ("D.O.C.")

Mr. Paik
Korean
Mr. Paik's native language is Korean. He has never been shown to speak any other languages. ("The Moth")

Richard Alpert
English, Latin
Richard primarily speaks English, though he has shown that he speaks Latin, possibly as it is the Others' secret language, when replying to Ilana's question "What lies in the shadow of the Statue?". ("The Incident, Parts 1 & 2")

Sayid Jarrah
English, Arabic, German, Spanish
Sayid's native language is presumably Arabic, as he was shown living in Iraq and speaking the language. ("Solitary") However, he also speaks perfect English, and uses this primarily on the island. He also speaks a little German as seen as his meeting with Elsa in a cafe. ("The Economist") He can also speak Spanish as he spoke it while working on the Build our Planet project in Santo Domingo. ("The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham")

Shannon Rutherford
English, French
Shannon primarily speaks English. She also learned some French, and was called upon the island to use it in order to decipher the distress signal sent out by Danielle Rousseau. ("Pilot, Part 2")

Sun-Hwa Kwon
English, Korean
Sun's native language is Korean. Throughout most of her life she spoke no other language. However, she soon started learning English under the tutelage of Jae Lee ("The Whole Truth"), and eventually became very fluent. However, she kept this a secret from Jin. Several weeks after crashing on the island, Sun revealed to everyone the fact that she spoke English ("...In Translation"), and then began using it almost exclusively, except with Jin, whom she began teaching English after his anger for her betrayal had subsided. ("Exodus, Part 2")


Accents

Michael recognizes Naomi's accent ("Meet Kevin Johnson")

Many characters have distinctive accents when speaking English, showing their countries of origin. Charlie speaks with an English accent, and is able to tell that Naomi hails from Manchester as well, judging from her Northern accent. ("Greatest Hits") Michael is able to discern this fact about Naomi as well, presumably judging from his time spent with Charlie. ("Meet Kevin Johnson") Widmore and some members of the Hostiles also use British accent while speaking. ("The Lie")  ("Jughead") Desmond uses a clear Scottish accent, an accent also used by many of his flashback characters. Desmond's ex-fiancee Ruth speaks with a slight Irish accent.

Gault's accent is Australian ("Ji Yeon")

Sawyer speaks English with a distinctive Southern accent (having hailed from Alabama). This is easily discernable by his fellow survivors, and sometimes draws insults from other survivors ("redneck man", "hillbilly").

Several characters speak English with a clear Australian accent. Claire is perhaps the most obvious of these, along with her family and most of her flashback characters, including Carole Littleton, Richard Malkin, and Lindsey. Captain Gault and Hendricks from the Kahana also speak with an Australian accent. Most Australian characters feature a New South Wales variation of Australian accents.

Several other characters speak with accents on the show. Jin and Sun speak English with a slight Korean accent, while Danielle Rousseau, as well as Robert and Montand, speak English with a French accent. Eko speaks with a deep, Nigerian timbre, and his brother Yemi speaks English similarly. Frank Lapidus speaks with a Yankee accent. Most other characters speak English with an American accent.

Language barriers

Ben struggles to be understood by the Bedouins ("The Shape of Things to Come")

Language barriers have caused some issues between characters of the show, because they are unable to understand one another. The most notable victim of a language barrier was Jin, because he was unable to speak English while his fellow castaways were. Sun had pretended to be unable to speak English, but was later revealed to be able to. ("...In Translation") Jin later began overcoming this barrier with the help of Sun. ("Exodus, Part 2") By three years later, Jin was perfectly fluent in English. ("LaFleur")

Another, more minor, language barrier existed between Ben and the Bedouins after he turned the frozen wheel and ended up in the Sahara desert. While being held at gunpoint, Ben tried to speak English with the two of them, and they appeared to not understand. Ben then began speaking Turkish, asking them wether they knew Turkish (tr: Türkçe biliyor musunuz?). After incapacitating both of them, Ben learned that one did speak at least partial English (Surrender!). He sarcastically noted this, and then knocked out the Bedouin with the butt of his gun. ("The Shape of Things to Come")

Hiding a language

Kate learns that Sun speaks English. ("Hearts and Minds")

Another minor recurring theme is a character keeping a language secret. The most notable occurrence was Sun's knowledge of English. She kept this a secret from her husband and the other survivors. She couldn't live with the same language barrier her husband lived with and finally opened up to Michael, whilst trying to defend her husband.("House of the Rising Sun") After a short period, she unwillingly had to admit the truth to Kate, after it became clear she had understood a comment by Kate in English.("Hearts and Minds")
Her final act was revealing it to everybody at the beach, in order to keep her husband and Michael from fighting. ("...In Translation") Jin at first thought of this as a betrayal, but eventually accepted it as an advantage over his barrier. He used her as translator and as an English teacher.

Charlotte is confronted by Jin, revealing that she speaks Korean. ("Something Nice Back Home")

Another minor occurrence was Charlotte's knowledge of Korean. She reacted in a way that made Jin suspicious that she may understand his and Sun's conversation, while journeying to and at the Staff. He finally confronted her, revealing that he saw through her, and demanded a safe place on the Kahana for Sun.("Something Nice Back Home") Jin later used Charlotte as a translator, when trying to communicate with Sawyer's group during the time flashes. ("This Place Is Death")

Secret languages

Cunningham and Juliet talk in Latin. ("Jughead")

The Others' have been shown to use multiple secret languages, most notably Latin. The first mentioning of this was when Cunningham and Jones were held hostages by Locke, Sawyer and Juliet, who used to communicate so their captors won't understand them, though they were understood Juliet, who being a former Other spoke the language and successfully revealed them as Others. Juliet later explained that the reason the Others speak Latin is because they consider it "the language of the enlightened". ("Jughead") Richard Alpert was also shown to speak it, when answering to Ilana's question "What lies in the shadow of the Statue?". ("The Incident, Parts 1 & 2")
Beside Latin, the Others have also used Russian to communicate among themselves. It was used by Beatrice Klugh and Mikhail Bakunin when they were captured by Sayid, Locke and Kate at the Flame, Bea used it to ask Mikhail to shoot her, something that he hesitantly does. ("Enter 77") Dogan used Japanese to speak with Lennon even though he spoke and understood English perfectly. Though he claims that he doesn't speak it because he doesn't like the language, his usage of Japanese had the same role as the Others' previous uses of Latin and Russian, as only he and Lennon understood what Dogan said. ("LA X, Parts 1 & 2")

Charlotte and her French translator in Medenine. ("Confirmed Dead")

Translators

Many of the characters on the show have worked as translators for others, thus helping them overcome their language barrier. Some such as Charlotte's French translator worked as professional translators. The most prominent example are the people that translated English to Jin and Jin's Korean for others. This role primarily belonged to Sun, though after her departure from the Island ("There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3"), Jin used Charlotte as his translator revealing to the rest of the survivors that she spoke Korean. ("This Place Is Death") Another prominent example includes the survivors using Shannon to translate Rousseau's distress call and later Shannon helping Sayid translate Rousseau's maps and notes. ("Pilot, Part 2")  ("Whatever the Case May Be")

Shannon listening to Rousseau's signal. ("Pilot, Part 2")

Other examples include Charlotte's above-mentioned French translator, though as it was confirmed that Charlotte at least understood the language, it is possible she only served as a translator to French but not the other way around. ("Confirmed Dead") A more recent occurrence of character being present for translating is Lennon, an Other who was used by Dogen to translate his Japanese to Jack, Hurley, Jin and Kate, though he didn't translate English back to Dogen, who later revealed that he actually spoke the language though didn't like using it. ("LA X, Parts 1 & 2")


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Marvel Database

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If you find a character in the database that is not shown here, please edit that character's page adding "German" as their citizenship.

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Recipes

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Runescape

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RuneScape German is a German language version of RuneScape that was released on 14 February 2007.

The German Main Menu
The German server list

There are only five servers in RuneScape German:

World 146 is a theme world for Fist of Guthix.

World 150 was added as the sixth German world on 15 October 2008 with the introduction of PvP worlds. However, World 150 became a RuneScape French world on 10 December 2008.

All German servers are located in Sweden and Finland.

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ST Expanded

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Germany is a nation-state on the European continent on Earth. Berlin is its capital city, and Hamburg, Munich (German: München), Frankfurt, Stuttgart Cologne (German: Köln) and Emden are also cities in Germany. People or things originating from Germany are described as German.

Germany's flag contains three colors, in order, from top to bottom: black, red and gold. (TNG: "The Last Outpost")

Famous Germans throughout history include physicist Albert Einstein, inventor of printing technology Johann Gutenberg, philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche and composer Johannes Brahms. (TNG: "Descent"; ENT: "Borderland"; TOS: "Requiem for Methuselah")

Germany was an Axis power in World War II, seeing one of its darkest periods in history under the leadership of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. (ENT: "Storm Front", "Storm Front, Part II"; TOS: "City on the Edge of Forever"; VOY: "The Killing Game", "The Killing Game, Part II") One such dark part was the bombing of Dresden in 1945, during which Starfleet officers Scott Fack, Anne Cobry and Antonio Ramirez stopped an alien invasion from spreading beyond Dresden. (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "Hemorrhage")

Some of Scott Fack's ancestors lived in Germany. His father was born there, near the border with Denmark. (Star Trek: Minnesota: "Dirge")

Lieutenant Commander David Glass of the 172nd Search and Rescue Squadron was half-German in descent and was raised in the Ruhr River Valley of Germany. (Star Trek: Voyager - Dark Realm)

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Tibia

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Germany is a country in Europe. Tibia was created in Germany, and CipSoft's current corporate headquarters is located in Regensburg, Germany.

Half of Tibia's Game Servers are located in Germany:

German Game Worlds

Name Location Server Save Type Online since
Aldora Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP May 13, 2004
Antica Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP January 07, 1997
Arcania Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP December 22, 2004
Askara Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP August 11, 2005
Aurea Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP August 10, 2004
Azura Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP March 30, 2004
Berylia Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP May 24, 2005
Candia Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Optional PvP July 13, 2006
Celesta Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Optional PvP November 24, 2004
Danubia Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP April 17, 2003
Elysia Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP June 29, 2004
Eternia Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP February 11, 2003
Furora Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP July 06, 2005
Galana Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP September 16, 2004
Guardia Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Optional PvP May 24, 2005
Harmonia Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Optional PvP March 30, 2004
Hiberna Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP December 19, 2003
Inferna Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Hardcore PvP June 29, 2004
Iridia Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP February 16, 2005
Isara Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP July 15, 2003
Kyra Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP December 20, 2005
Lunara Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP December 10, 2002
Morgana Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP March 30, 2005
Nebula Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP April 19, 2005
Nerana Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Optional PvP January 25, 2007
Nova Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP December 19, 2001
Obsidia Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP August 11, 2005
Pandoria Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP January 25, 2005
Premia Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP April 03, 2002
Refugia Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Optional PvP July 20, 2005
Saphira Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP April 19, 2005
Secura Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Optional PvP November 04, 2002
Selena Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP March 30, 2005
Thoria Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP July 06, 2005
Titania Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP March 16, 2004
Valoria Image:Germany.gif Germany 9:00 CET Open PvP November 05, 2003
Xerena Image:Germany.gif Germany 8:00 CET Open PvP February 15, 2006

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