Two of this year’s White Rose Project translators, Benjy Fortna and Beth Molyneux, talk about the experience of translating excerpts from the letters and diaries
Dr Alex Lloyd, Director of the White Rose Project, reports on this year’s national competition for sixth formers in partnership with the Oxford German Network. We had an extraordinary responseRead more »
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