The German way: aspects of behavior, attitudes, and customs in the German-speaking world

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Passport Books, May 11, 1996 - Foreign Language Study - 138 pages
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For All Students Ideal for a variety of courses, this completely up-to-date, alphabetically organized handbook helps students understand how people from German-speaking nations think, do business, and act in their daily lives.

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The chief drawback was it's dictionary format. It would have been better had like subjects been together. Read full review

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Informative. I wonder if it is up to date. Read full review

Contents

Advertising and marketing
4
American influences
6
Austria Osterreich 10
8
Copyright

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