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    Mittellandkanal

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    You know - the canal crossing Germany
    AuthorCut01 Mar 07, 14:23
    SuggestionMittelland-channel
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    da es ein Name ist
    #1Author AMS (247184) 01 Mar 07, 14:26
    Suggestionmidland canal
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    Wikipedia und die englische Version
    #2Authormad dogs and englishmen01 Mar 07, 14:29
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    ach wie ich es hasse, wenn Namen übersetzt werden...
    #3Author AMS (247184) 01 Mar 07, 14:31
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    bei Mittelland canal googelt es am meisten
    #4Author AMS (247184) 01 Mar 07, 14:33
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    The Mittellandkanal, Mittelland-canal, Midland Canal.
    Für den Nord-Ostsee-Kanal gibt es eine offizielle Webseite, die "Kiel Canal" schreibt, für den unbedeutenderen Mittellandkanal wohl nicht. Wie AMS andeutet kann sich also jeder seine eigene Übersetzung basteln.
    #5Author Mattes (236368) 01 Mar 07, 14:34
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    geographische Dinge werden oft übersetzt wie zB Suez canal:Sueskanal und Österreich:Austria Caspian Sea:Kaspisches Meer
    #6Authormad dogs and englishmen01 Mar 07, 14:37
    SuggestionMittelland Canal, Mittellandkanal
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    The Dambusters Raid (Cassell Military Classics) (Paperback)
    by John Sweetman (Author) "Aimed at the heart of Germany's armament industry in the Ruhr and her movement of war materiel through the Weser Valley and Mittelland Canal, Chastise..." (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dambusters-Raid-Casse... )

    http://www.bomberhistory.co.uk/Canal%20raids/...

    Hollandsche Ijssel from Krimpen to Gouda
    Zijkanaal up to Almelo
    Mittellandkanal branch to Osnabrück
    (European Agreement On Main Inland Waterways Of International Importance (Agn)http://www.unece.org/trans/conventn/agn.pdf )


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    Im European Agreement On Main Inland Waterways Of International Importance (Agn) werden die Namen der Wasserwege aus der Landessprache übernommen.
    #7Author Mattes (236368) 01 Mar 07, 14:54
    SuggestionMidland Canal
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    Geographical features that are important internationally often have 'localized' names in the respective languages. Good for the Midland Canal to be of such importance. (Let's just hope that there is no 'Midland Canal' in the English Midlands.)
    #8Author Alan (De/US) (236282) 01 Mar 07, 15:03
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    Doch, Alan, genau den gibt es.
    #9Author Mattes (236368) 01 Mar 07, 15:04
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    ne, sorry aber es gibt kein "midland canal" in England. in viele verschiedene Encyclopedien steht es "midland canal" für den deutschen
    #10Authormad dogs and englishmen01 Mar 07, 15:07
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    Midland Canal

    Midland Canal Ger. Mittelland Kanal, artificial waterway system of Germany, extending eastward c.200 mi (320 km) along the North German plain from the Dortmund-Ems Canal, Germany, to Magdeburg, Germany, on the Elbe River. An eastward extension of the Midland Canal passes through Berlin and connects with the Oder River. The system is made up of a series of canals that join parallel north-flowing rivers. The canal facilitates east-west transportation of raw materials and manufactured goods, with coal and iron constituting a large portion of the barge traffic.

    Author not available, MIDLAND CANAL., The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition 2006

    The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. Copyright 2006 Columbia University Press For permission to reuse this article, contact Copyright Clearance Center. (http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1E1-MidlandC.html )
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    Sorry, Alan, da habe ich mich verlesen. Doe "Midland Canals" haben alle andere Namen:
    http://upthecut.users.btopenworld.com/canals2...
    #11Author Mattes (236368) 01 Mar 07, 15:10
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    Ich weiß,

    Munich-München usw. aber New York bleibt New York
    #12Author AMS (247184) 01 Mar 07, 15:12
     
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