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    Need a translation

    I recently viewed a copy of the original version of "All Quiet On The Western Front" and in the very beginning of this masterpiece there is a scene where a teacher is speaking to his students.
    Behind the teacher is a blackboard with some writing on it that I believe is in German.
    There are two different scenes of this teacher and what looks like two different writings on that same blackboard.
    I am a stickler for details and the continuity in the films that I watch and would like to know if any one here can translate what in on that blackboard.
    Can any one help me with this request?
    Catz

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    If you still have the movie, type the words into a translation page on Google (or some other one). No?

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    Full answer on this link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0020629/trivia

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    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0020629/trivia?tr0743240 says it's Greek and Latin, translations at the link.

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    Thanks Mike.
    I never thought of going to IMOb for the answer to my question.
    Catz

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    Oops. New here, and don't know why the earlier replies did not appear on my first look.

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