University of Saskatchewan. College of Arts and Science. Department of Germanic Languages

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University of Saskatchewan. College of Arts and Science. Department of Germanic Languages

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1930-1989

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German was offered in the University's first year of operation in 1909 with the Department of Germanic Languages being created in 1930. The Department was amalgamated with three other College of Arts and Science language units (Russian, Ukranian, and Spanish) into the new Department of Modern Languages in 1989. At the time the Departments of German and Slavic Studies were small, independent units in the College, and Spanish was part of the Department of French and Spanish.

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