November 16, 2005

Esperanto


My great grandfather, Robert Pohl, taught esperanto on the Isle of Mann after he fled Germany during WWII (he was ancestrally jewish though quaker by practice, if anything). I feel like I owe it to him to post this link to the first esperanto television channel. I didn't even know it was still kicking around anywhere.

2 comments:

Kunar said...

I know some people who learned Esperanto shortly after World War II, but most of my Esperanto friends got to know the language only during the last years. Esperanto is more in use than ever! There is even an Esperanto blogger scene. Greetings from a native speaker of Esperanto!

alyssum said...

Wow, awesome! Thanks for the little update (o: