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Karl Honisch - keen to distance himself from his near-namesake Hanisch, of whom he had heard nothing good - knew Hitler in 1913.
Karl Honisch - qui tenait beaucoup à se distinguer de son quasi-homonyme Hanisch, dont il n'avait entendu dire que du mal - rencontra Hitler en 1913.
Kershaw, Ian / Hitler. 1889-1936 HubrisKershaw, Ian / Hitler. 1889-1936 Hubris
Hitler. 1889-1936 Hubris
Kershaw, Ian
© Ian Kershaw, 1998.
© Flammarion, 1999, pour la traduction francaise. Edition revue, 2001.
Hitler. 1889-1936 Hubris
Kershaw, Ian
© 1998 by Ian Kershaw
© 1939, 1943 by Houghton Mifflin Company
George turned, and, with one indignant blow, knocked Legree flat upon his face; and, as he stood over him, blazing with wrath and defiance, he would have formed no bad personification of his great namesake triumphing over the dragon.
George se retourna, et d’un coup violemment asséné, terrassa Legris. Debout sur le misérable tombé la face contre terre, il ressemblait à son patron triomphant de l’esprit du mal.
Beecher Stowe, Harriet / Uncle Tom's CabinBeecher Stowe, Harriet / La case de l'oncle Tom
La case de l'oncle Tom
Beecher Stowe, Harriet
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Beecher Stowe, Harriet

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Common casenamesakenamesakes
Possessive casenamesake'snamesakes'