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Glossary job titles in German administration
Thread poster: Monalina
Monalina
German to English
Apr 11, 2003

Hello all together,



this may sound like a stupid question, but i really don\'t know whether there exists such a thing as a glossary (German - English) for job titles in German administration/authorities. Does anybody know where i would find the English equivalents for \"Regierungsrat\", \"Ministerialdirigent\" and the like ....



i\'d be happy to get a hint! so long


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xxxncfialho  Identity Verified
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Here is one...I guess Apr 11, 2003

http://home.wtal.de/koechy/de-news/glossar.html#M



at least they do have Minsterialdirigent



Only your question made me search it so I hope it helps not only you but lots of people...

Cheers,

Natália



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schmurr  Identity Verified
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a Google search of your 2 words on English pages Apr 11, 2003

brought forth just one link:



http://members.shaw.ca/deutschesoldaten/beamten.htm



which, what\'s worse, sees it from a military point of view.



HTH!

Martin


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Steffen Walter  Identity Verified
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You might try this... Apr 11, 2003

Hi Monalina,



here\'s a glossary compiled by the German Foreign Office:



http://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/www/de/infoservice/download/pdf/terminologie/funktionen.pdf



Contains not exactly the two terms you mentioned but a couple of other bureaucratic \"monsters\".



Steffen

[ This Message was edited by: Steffen Walter on 2003-04-11 15:04]


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Monalina
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Klassetipp! Apr 14, 2003

danke, Steffen! das ist eine wertvolle quelle. wenn nur die entsprechenden funktionsträger sich davon auch überzeugen lassen ...

On 2003-04-11 15:01, Steffen Walter wrote:

Hi Monalina,



here\'s a glossary compiled by the German Foreign Office:



http://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/www/de/infoservice/download/pdf/terminologie/funktionen.pdf



Contains not exactly the two terms you mentioned but a couple of other bureaucratic \"monsters\".



Steffen



[ This Message was edited by: Steffen Walter on 2003-04-11 15:04]

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