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"Dear Homeland" is a 1929 German silent comedy film directed by Carl Wilhelm and starring Renate Müller, Jakob Tiedtke and Hans Albers. The film's art direction was by Max Heilbronner. A German mechanic considers emigrating to the United States, but changes his mind when he falls in love with a local woman.
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by Ph. D Newmark
Dear homeland; affectionate reference to Spain [Sp] Patria est ubiconque est bene. Our country is wherever we find happiness [L] patrie. Fatherland; native land [F] patron. Master; head of a firm [F]patronne. Mistress; head of a firm; madame (of ...
by Raymond Detrez
The Bulgarian national anthem is “Dear Homeland” (Mila rodino), a poem written by Tsvetan Radoslavov in 1885 and adapted by Dimitûr Metodiev and Georgi Dzhagarov in 1964; the music was composed by Dobri Hristov. After the fall of the ...
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