Episode: E4| Q1: The European Union. Q2:Heritage as cultural identifier?


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E4| Q1: The European Union. Q2:Heritage as cultural identifier?

We answered two student submitted questions:

1, What is the importance of the EU to the Germans?

2, As native Germans, Austrians, Swiss, what do we think when someone tells that they're from our country, while being a 3rd generation American? -- tough question to answer -- listen in! 


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