The curious history of <strong>Esperanto</strong>. The universal language, created by a Polish-Jewish eyeglass-maker, is returning to the roots it fought to transcend

The curious history of Esperanto. The universal language, created by a Polish-Jewish eyeglass-maker, is returning to the roots it fought to
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The curious history of Esperanto. The universal language, created by a Polish-Jewish eyeglass-maker, is returning to the roots it fought to transcend

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