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KevinSpeed



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PostSubject: Recommended reading for all things Swiss   Wed Nov 16, 2011 7:54 pm

Recommended reading for all things Swiss is an extremely interesting book - in English - if you are at all curious about the Swiss way of life and what makes them tick (other than those wooden clocks)
Its entitled 'Swiss Watching, Inside Europe's Landlocked Island' by Diccon Bewes. ISBN 978-1-85788-548-4, Nicholas Brealey Publishing £12.99/$19.95
Really easy and real fun to read - an eye-opener to understanding the Swiss
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PostSubject: Re: Recommended reading for all things Swiss   Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:12 pm

Okay ! Good information. I'm interesting in... I always asked myself why this country with 4 languages, like us in Balgium (3 languages) had always been apart, neutral, out of area... Let's read it ! Thanks a lot, Kevin.

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