RE: German dates?
Yes, it does. Day, month, year. Only us illiterate colonials in the
US use month, day, year.
Not illiterate! Only, as in so many other ways (I mean linguistically, of
course <g>) strangely oldfashioned. "Month, day, year" was perfectly
acceptable British usage about two centuries ago...
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We can't spell either, we keep leaving out the "u" in so many words.
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