In this episode, we try to get into the 20th century, but there’s still some ground to cover in the 19th. So before we move into Low Saxon’s dark age, we must first discuss the events leading up to its sudden decline in the latter half, to a point where it was sort of actively ignored by the media and in education.
We discuss how multiple things lead to the situation of today. Firstly, the waning influence of the Hanseatic League and thus the cohesion of the language as a centrally 'governed' phenomenon, aided by the rise of the nation states and 'improved' education.
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