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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-798

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154 WARNEFORD SCHOLARSHIPS fdncft bie Sonne re BtxafyUn glet$ αφ alien 9iaumen ber Unenb feit ieid meffenb gieftt ber immei fetnen £fyau 2luf alie burftenben etoacfyfe au 2Sa irgenb gut ift unb toon oben iommt 3ft attgemcin unb ofyne 2S0r6e ait Φοφ in ben galten toofynt bie ginfternift SBurgunb fie iann mit mix f$alten tote fie totfl Dftein er$ ift ft eiφe 2δαφ in ifyrer anb Umarmet ηΰφ £ Gfyatel 3Φ fcergeb' ηφ eift meine SSaterS gitrne ηίφί inenn ίφ $Die anb bie buty getobtet freunbli$ faffe Explain the historical allusion in the above passage Translate into German Joan of Arc commonly called the Maid of Orleans was born on the sixth of January in the year fourteen hundred and twelve in the small village of Domremy δ She was the daughter of wealthy peasants and had three brothers and younger sister She is generally described clS 9j shepherdess but there is no doubt that she also worked in the fields and helped her mother in her domestic occupations Joan possessed great courage and when Orleans was besieged by the English in 1428 she hastened there and freed the city Some Swiss historians compared her to Wil- helm Tell but there is this great difference between the two personages that the Maid of Orleans really existed whilst the Swiss Wilhelm Tell never lived Grammatical Questions Give the gender the genitive singular and
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