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German Fraktur



Fraktur chart

Capital letters

Lower case letters A N a n B O b o C P c p D Q d q E R e r F S f s s = ss G T g t H U h u I V i v J W j w K X k x L Y l y M Z m z


Fraktur letters that can be confused for each other only at the end of a word or syllable. See A Manual of European Languages for Librarians, c1975: p. 34. used only as lower case and substituted with Ss when it would be used in upper case.


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