4.Panzer Division on the Eastern Front (1). 1941-1943 by Robert Michulec

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4). 1, would evidently have to be explained by secondary developments, such as (internally motivated) analogical leveling or interference between different dialects in contact. 2. Contact change A On the other hand, it seems that contact between distinct dialects (languages) could directly lead to a similar outcome. One way in which such an outcome can arise is when a dialect with an /a/:/a/ (or an /ae/:/a/) distinction is exposed to interference from a dialect with only a single low vowel. In the history of Polish, precisely such a situation is traditionally held responsible for the fact that the earlier Polish /a/: /a/ distinction was lost first of all in the eastern parts of the language area, where Polish was in contact with Belarusian and Ukrainian, which have no similar distinction (cf.

1, we should look for a typological parallel. To know precisely what to look for, let us first of all consider how such a change might come about, and what would constitute a precise typological parallel. 3). 1. Evolutive change The simplest way to understand a (conditioned) change of e- > a- is as an evolutive change. 2) are probably not uncommon. The modern Polish triangular vowel system (/i e a ο u/) is the result of, among other changes, an unconditioned merger of earlier /a/ and Id into Modern Polish /a/; the earlier /a/ and /a/ were written « ä, ä » and « a » respectively until the 1700s and were maintained as distinct phonemes until recently in many Polish dialects (cf.

500—750. Cultural areas associated with (1) Southeastern Baits; (2) East Galindians (R Goljad')\ (3) West and East Baltic; (4) Slaveni; (5) Antes; (6) Krivici and Lake Il'men Slovenes. ( · ) Baltic settlements with Slavic house sites, (o) Baltic settlements with finds of Slavic and southern provenience. (+) Settlements with Slavic pottery finds (Sedov 1991: 47). The East Slavic gradations 45 adaptation of the river name and a later Slavicization of the lake name.

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