A History of A*

According to the ONLINE ETYMOLOGY DICTIONARY**, the etymological "definition" of the indefinite article "a" is: a form of an used before consonants, mid-12c., a weakened form of Old English an "one" (see an). The disappearance of the -n- before consonants was mostly complete by mid-14c. After c. 1600 the -n- also began to vanish before … Continue reading A History of A*

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History Lessons Near and Less Near: On Drumpf and On Schicklgruber

History Lesson Near On Drumpf From "Last Week Tonight" This amazing video should be watched in its entirty but what pertains specifically to Drumpf begins at mark 17:55     History Lesson Less Near On Schicklgruber From THE RISE AND FALL OF THE THIRD REICH     There are many weird twists of fate in … Continue reading History Lessons Near and Less Near: On Drumpf and On Schicklgruber