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Postby Panzerspiel on 20 Oct 2007 00:13

What does the text "Undjhrhabt doch gesiegt" translate to in English?
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Postby William Kramer on 20 Oct 2007 07:29

Panzerspiel wrote:What does the text "Undjhrhabt doch gesiegt" translate to in English?

And you won yet - rough translation.

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Postby Ehrenritter on 20 Oct 2007 17:54

Und Ihr habt doch gesiegt

More properly this way, I don't know why why in the badge the I is change by a J... anyway
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