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Domowina-Verlag GmbH publishes and distributes books, newspapers and magazines in the Sorbian and German.
ISBN 9783742022370 One of the most interesting hidden chapters of modern German history remains the story of the Sorbian communities of Upper and Lower Lusatia (Ober- and Niederlausitz) in the former East German states of Saxony and Brandenburg.
In the area around Cottbus/Chosebus south of Berlin, the Low Sorbian language is officially recognized, but the reality is one of language decay and partly language death.
From Germany, the Sorbian Folk Dance Group Shmerlitz portrayed ancient traditions in an amusing manner, like trying to disrupt the pretty girls as they spin flax.
2007, Bavarian, Cornish, Lombard, Occitan, Sorbian and Veneta, http://www.
9781853599323 Minority languages and cultural diversity in Europe; Gaelic and Sorbian perspectives.
The 1776 Quilt: Heartache, Heritage, And Happiness" is the profusely illustrated and personal story of how she made this award winning quilt, along with the history of a true masterpiece of needlecraft which was originally made in 1776 by Sorbian soldiers on the battlefield as they awaited invasion, and Pam Holland's dedicated determination to recreate it as a means helping herself to put her own life back together after the untimely death of her daughter.
26 In a small region of which European country can you still find Upper and Lower Sorbian spoken by tens of thousands of members of an ancient Slavic people?