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Old 05-27-2019, 08:33 AM   #11
bolewts58
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Originally Posted by ODW View Post
wikipedia says so, but practically only people born bevor the war could read it. Sure some schools may have teached it, but it was the exception rather.
Some other sources tell that it was taught around 1954.

Grandma (DOB:1920) could read it, parents (DOB:1949/1958) not.
"Sütterlinkreise" consists of the pre war generation.
https://www.shz.de/lokales/stormarne...t-id29232.html
Well,I can read Kurrentschrift and Sütterlin and I'm not German. Many of the German members here and on other sites can read it perfectly well.
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