Series: Deutsche Dialektgeographie

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Studien zum baltischen Deutsch by Walther Mitzkabook 17) (1923
Die ||Mundart der Burzenländer Sachsen by Andreas Scheinerbook 18) (1922
Zur Heimatfrage der Siebenbürger Sachsen : Vergleichung der siebenbürgisch-deutschen Ortsnamen mit denen des übrigen deutschen Sprachgebietes / von Misch Orend. Die Bistritzer Mundart verglichen mit dem Sprachatlas des Deutschen Reichs by Misch Orendbook 20) (1927
Die ||Mundarten der deutschen Mutterkolonien Bessarabiens und ihre Stammheimat by Albert Eckertbook 40) (1941
Sprache, Landschaft und Geschichte des Elsass by Otto Stoeckichtbook 42) (1942
Die Mundart von Gross-Sankt-Nikolaus im rumanischen Banat (Deutsche Dialektgeographie) (German Edition) by Hans Dama89

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