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From: Edmund.Grimley-Evans@cl.cam.ac.uk
Date: Wed, 21 Dec 1994 13:09:19 GMT
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Unue, flammilito pri Esperanto ^sajnas komenci^gi en la nova^jogrupoj
alt.politics.europe.misc kaj soc.culture.europe, se iu volas kunludi.

Due, ^ci tio aperis en la nova^jogrupo sci.lang. Mi jam respondis al la
nova^jogrupo, sed eble iu volos respondi al la televida programo:

From: lgainor@Starbase.NeoSoft.COM (Larry Gainor)
Newsgroups: sci.lang
Subject: Glossa? (was Re: artificial languages)
Date: 20 Dec 1994 17:17:30 -0600

I recieved the following note from a colleaugue and thought that someone
here in sci.lang may have heard of Glossa:

Our patron recently watched THIS WEEK IN PROPHECY on local cable channel
14 (Trinity Broadcasting Network). There was a guest on the show named Peter
LaLond, who spoke about a language that was invented during WW2 called
"Glossa". This language was invented to help people from various countries
with different languages communicate in one universal language with each
other.
Due to the current economic climate in Europe, those countries are moving
toward using a universal language. The language that they wish to use is
"Glossa" since it "supposedly" exists and can be learned very quickly. The
patron said the speaker said that it could be learned in two weeks.
Our patron wants to find out if "Glossa" really does exist and any other
information about it. Ideally, she was interested in the documentation
available to learn this language.

I am looking for citations, books, etc.

Either posted or e-mailed responses would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Larry Gainor
Harris County Public Library
<­lgainor@starbase.neosoft.com>

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