German and History (BA)

The joint honours programme of German and History (BA) enables students to examine and understand a broad range of key historical events whilst studying a contemporary and increasingly popular language at degree level.

The BA in History and German gives students the opportunity to combine learning about the past with a major world language. With in-depth study of both History and German, graduates will develop the tools to compete in an increasingly global workforce.

This is a four-year degree programme comprising some core modules that provide essential skills and training as well as a wide variety of optional modules for you to select from to tailor your degree to meet your interests. Your third year is spent studing abroad.

The BA in History and German aims to develop your knowledge and critical understanding of the political, social, economic, and cultural structures of other societies, and to cultivate intellectual skills such as the ability to assess evidence critically, to evaluate different interpretations of the evidence, to construct arguments on the basis of evidence, and to express opinions cogently in speech and in writing.

In German,  you develop high-level language skills with the aim of achieving near-native competency along with in-depth knowledge of aspects of the culture, history, politics and society of countries where that language is spoken. Students spend their third year in an appropriate country, practising and developing their language skills.

Key facts

UCAS CodeVR12
Entry pointSeptember 2016
Duration4 years
Studying in WelshThis course offers elements that are taught through the medium of Welsh. Please contact the Admissions tutor for more information.
Typical places availableThe School of History, Archaeology and Religion typically has 320 places available.
Typical applications receivedThe School of History, Archaeology and Religion typically receives 1800 applications.
Typical A level offerGrades ABB, to include History and a modern foreign language. General Studies and Critical Thinking are not accepted.
Typical Welsh Baccalaureate offerGrades ABB from the Welsh Baccalaureate and two A-level subjects to include History and a modern foreign language. General Studies and Critical Thinking are not accepted.
Typical International Baccalaureate offer3 points from the International Baccalaureate, to include 6 points in Higher Level History and 5 points in Higher Level German.
Other qualificationsApplications from those offering alternative qualifications are welcome.

Detailed alternative entry requirements are available for this course.
QAA subject benchmark
Admissions tutor(s)

Dr Lloyd Bowen, Admissions Tutor

Important Legal Information: The programme information currently being published in Course Finder is under review and may be subject to change. The final programme information is due to be published by May 2016 and will be the definitive programme outline which the University intends to offer. Applicants are advised to check the definitive programme information after the update, to ensure that the programme meets their needs.

History covers the period from the fall of the Roman Empire to the present day. There is a balance between modules covering specific historical periods and thematic modules that examine broad social and cultural topics, such as warfare, gender, religion, art, medicine and science.

German is the native language of nearly one hundred million people. To speak German is to be part of a crucially important political, economic and cultural world. A recent survey by the UK's leading employers' organisation, the CBI, rated German as the language most valued by UK managers. Germany is considered to be the lynchpin of the European Union, making knowledge of the language as important in Brussels as in Berlin.

The linguistic skills you acquire will give you direct access to German history, literature, drama, music and film. Your understanding of the language will be further refined during your year abroad in your third year, when you will experience life in a German-speaking country at first hand.

The degree provides the training necessary for students who wish to study History or German at postgraduate level, and a valuable range of intellectual and transferable skills for students who wish to enter other professions.

Year one

As well as students with A-level German, we also welcome students who have no previous knowledge of German. Such applicants will generally require an A-level in another modern foreign language. 

Students studying this course will take 60 credits in Ancient History and 60 credits in German. 

Our ‘Key optional modules’ indicate the modules you would be required to study depending on your subject specific A-levels, for example, modules at beginner or advanced level. 

Please note that for 2016/17, the Language element will increase from 20 credits to 40 credits.

Year two

In Year 2, you take 60 credits of History and 60 credits of German, including a core module in that language.

Module titleModule codeCredits
Approaches To HistoryHS170130 credits
Exploring Historical DebateHS170230 credits
From King Coal To Cool Cymru: Society and Culture in Wales, 1939-2000HS175630 credits
German Language Year 2 (Ex-Advanced)ML729920 credits
German Language Year 2 (Ex-Beginners)ML729820 credits
Innovations in European LiteratureML129820 credits
Principles of Translation TheoryML229920 credits
Heresy & Dissent 1000-1450HS171030 credits
Into The Vortex: Britain and The First World WarHS178730 credits
Making Empires: Britain and the World, 1541 - 1714HS179330 credits
The British Civil Wars and Revolution, C.1638-1649HS174230 credits
Building the Modern WorldHS174430 credits
Nations, Empire and Borderlands from 1789 to the presentHS174930 credits
"An Empire for Liberty": Race, Space and Power in the United States, 1775-1898HS176030 credits
The Search for an Asian Modern: Japanese History from 1800 to the Post-War EraHS176830 credits
The Soviet Century: Russia and the Soviet Union, 1905-1991HS177630 credits
Business German IML728820 credits
A Great Leap Forward China Transformed 1840-PresentHS175230 credits
Diwydiannaeth, Radicaliaeth a'r Bobl Gyffredin yng Nghymru a Phrydain mewn Oes Chwyldro, c. 1789-1880HS175730 credits
Radicalism and the Common People, 1789-1880HS175830 credits
War, Peace and Diplomacy, c.900-c.1250HS170730 credits
Storm and StressML729120 credits
Bertolt BrechtML729020 credits
Introduction to Specialised Translation (German)ML229520 credits
At the Roots of European CulturesML129520 credits
'The Devil's Brood' The Angevin Kings of England 1154-1272HS171330 credits
Land and Landscape in Modern BritainHS176230 credits
The Making of 'World Religions' in South Asia: Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims from the fifteenth century to the present dayHS176630 credits
Martyrs and Collaborators: Catholicism behind the Iron CurtainHS177230 credits
Europe, East and West 1945-1995HS177530 credits
National Socialism & its LegacyML728620 credits
Module titleModule codeCredits
Japanese HistoryML150110 credits
Contemporary Japanese SocietyML250510 credits
Linear AlgebraMA021210 credits
GroupsMA021310 credits
Elementary Number Theory IIMA021610 credits
Analysis IIIMA022110 credits
Modelling with Differential EquationsMA023210 credits
Elementary Fluid DynamicsMA023510 credits
Operational ResearchMA026120 credits
Visual Basic Programming For ORMA027610 credits
AccountancyMA029110 credits
Calculus of Several VariablesMA200110 credits
Matrix AlgebraMA200210 credits
Complex AnalysisMA200310 credits
Series and TransformsMA200410 credits
Ordinary Differential EquationsMA200510 credits
Mechanics IIMA230010 credits
Vector CalculusMA230110 credits
Foundations of Probability and StatisticsMA250020 credits
Programming and StatisticsMA250110 credits
Numerical Analysis IIMA270010 credits
Yr Ystafell Newyddion 1MC261720 credits
Yr Ystafell Newyddion 2MC261820 credits
C ProgrammingCE514010 credits
C++ ProgrammingCE514310 credits
Computer Forensics Investigation and ResponseCE517810 credits
Java ProgrammingCE514610 credits
Shell and Perl ProgrammingCE514710 credits
Windows Powershell ProgrammingCE514810 credits
The Archaeology of the VikingsHS237920 credits
Elementary Sanskrit IRT120120 credits
Elementary Sanskrit IIRT120220 credits
Intermediate Sanskrit TextsRT122420 credits
Elementary Arabic IRT120320 credits
Elementary Arabic IIRT120420 credits
New Testament Greek Texts IRT320920 credits
Emotions, Symbols, and Rituals: Studying Societies Through FilmRT121520 credits
New Testament EpistlesRT320520 credits
Beliefs in the CrucibleRT520420 credits
Christian 'Church' Today: Its Meaning, Life and MissionRT520520 credits
Reformation HistoryRT420520 credits
The Early Church: History and MemoryRT420820 credits
Julian the ApostateHS330710 credits
Greek ValuesHS330910 credits
Gender & Sexuality in Greece and RomeHS336220 credits
Hellenistic Art and ArchitectureHS435610 credits
Reading Latin 1HS342120 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334310 credits
Reading Greek IHS342320 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334510 credits
Byzantium: The Golden Age, c. 850 - 1050HS332910 credits
Science and Technology in the Graeco-Roman WorldHS337310 credits
Ancient Persia: the Achaemenid Dynasty 559-331 BCEHS337820 credits
Early Rome: History and ArchaeologyHS436010 credits
Art and Power in Rome, 211 BC - AD138HS436810 credits
Reading Latin 2HS332220 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334410 credits
Reading Greek 2HS332420 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334610 credits
Conquest & Crisis: The Roman RepublicHS331630 credits
Rome and CarthageHS333320 credits
Myth and History in Ancient Greek CultureHS337520 credits
The Roman ArmyHS436720 credits
The History of Archaeological ThoughtHS235020 credits
Neolithic/Early Bronze Age BritainHS235720 credits
Structure & Corrosion of MetalsHS235910 credits
Structure & Decay of Inorganic MaterialsHS236010 credits
Roman BritainHS236220 credits
Complex Societies in Barbarian EuropeHS236510 credits
Medieval ArchaeologyHS238220 credits
Art & Archaeology of Archaic GreeceHS238620 credits
Technology and MaterialsHS240010 credits
Museums Collections ManagementHS242120 credits
Neolithic Beginnings: Last Foragers and First Farmers in the Eastern MediterraneanHS242420 credits
Archaeology Independent StudyHS243320 credits
Independent Science ProjectHS243420 credits
War, Peace and Diplomacy, c.900-c.1250HS170730 credits
War, Peace and Diplomacy, c.900-c.1250HS170730 credits
Heresy & Dissent 1000-1450HS171030 credits
'The Devil's Brood' The Angevin Kings of England 1154-1272HS171330 credits
Building the Modern WorldHS174430 credits
Nations, Empire and Borderlands from 1789 to the presentHS174930 credits
A Great Leap Forward China Transformed 1840-PresentHS175230 credits
From King Coal To Cool Cymru: Society and Culture in Wales, 1939-2000HS175630 credits
Diwydiannaeth, Radicaliaeth a'r Bobl Gyffredin yng Nghymru a Phrydain mewn Oes Chwyldro, c. 1789-1880HS175730 credits
Radicalism and the Common People, 1789-1880HS175830 credits
The Making of 'World Religions' in South Asia: Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims from the fifteenth century to the present dayHS176630 credits
The Search for an Asian Modern: Japanese History from 1800 to the Post-War EraHS176830 credits
Martyrs and Collaborators: Catholicism behind the Iron CurtainHS177230 credits
Making Empires: Britain and the World, 1541 - 1714HS179330 credits
Arabic Texts IRT131020 credits
Religion and the News: Conflict and ContextRT130020 credits
Myth and The Movies: Anthropology and Psychology in Contemporary CinemaRT135020 credits
Socially Engaged Buddhism: Politics, Justice and EthicsRT133520 credits
The Life of the BuddhaRT135220 credits
The Making of 'World Religions' in South Asia: Hindus, Sikhs and MuslimsRT133620 credits
The Most Famous Hindu Text: Bhagavadgita, Text & ContextRT135520 credits
Exploring GnosticismRT135920 credits
Christian Spirituality, 150-1550 CERT430720 credits
Understanding Christian WorshipRT432020 credits
Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy: Bonhoeffer's Life and LegacyRT432620 credits
Christian Social Ethics TodayRT731720 credits
Majority World Voices: Global South TheologiesRT734220 credits
Islam in the Contemporary WorldRT132720 credits
Islamic Law and SocietyRT136120 credits
God, Good and the Ugly: Topics in Applied Islamic EthicsRT135720 credits
History & Religion of Ancient IsraelRT230120 credits

Year three: Sandwich year

Year studying abroad.

Year four

In Year 4, you choose a further 60 credits of History and 60 credits of German, including a core module in that language. If you wish, you can write a dissertation on a topic of your choice in either discipline.

Module titleModule codeCredits
German Language (BA Languages)ML739020 credits

Module titleModule codeCredits
DissertationHS180130 credits
Culture, Soc & I.D. in Wales 1847-1914HS186530 credits
Class, Protest and Politics: South Wales 1918-39HS186830 credits
Deviants, Rebels and Witches in Early Modern Britain and IrelandHS182830 credits
From Bismarck To Goebbels: Biography and Modern German History, 1870-1945HS182930 credits
Student Language AmbassadorML139820 credits
May 68. Marking Changes in European Politics and CultureML139920 credits
Translation as a ProfessionML239320 credits
The World of the Anglo-Saxons, c.500-c.1087HS180330 credits
Glimpses of the Unfamiliar: Travellers to Japan from 1860 to the Post-War EraHS185830 credits
Violence and Ideology in Inter-War Soviet RussiaHS188330 credits
Europe and the Revolutionary Tradition in the Long Nineteenth CenturyHS188730 credits
Slavery and Slave Life in North America, 1619-1865HS189030 credits
Gender, Power and Subjectivity in Twentieth-Century BritainHS189430 credits
Cultures of Power: The Gentry of Tudor and Stuart EnglandHS182730 credits
Conflict, Coercion and Mass Mobilisation in Republican China 1911-1945HS183830 credits
Socialism, Society and Politics in Britain 1880-1918HS186030 credits
Llafur, Sosialaeth a Chymru, 1880-1979HS186230 credits
Dissertation/Project (Translation)ML238920 credits
European Cinema: thinking the real of fictionML230220 credits
German for professional purposesML738720 credits
Advanced Translation Practice (German)ML738920 credits
Dissertation (Single Honours - in English)ML739640 credits
Dissertation (Single honours - in German)ML739740 credits
Joint Honours German Dissertation (in ENGLISH/WELSH)ML738620 credits
Dissertation (German-JH)ML738820 credits
The GDR in Literature & Visual CultureML739120 credits
Geschichte oder Geschichten? - die Gegenwartsliteratur im historichen KontextML737020 credits
The Military Orders 1100-1320HS180530 credits
Slavery and SinHS181830 credits
Crime in England and Wales, c.1570-c.1790HS182330 credits
Witchcraft and Witch-Hunting in Early Modern Europe, 1400-1750HS182430 credits
Germany's New Order in Europe 1933-1945HS183230 credits
Men in Black: The Jesuits in the Early Modern WorldHS184430 credits
Czechoslovakia: The View from Central EuropeHS188430 credits
The Arts in War and Peace: Culture and Politics in Britain, c.1930-1960HS189730 credits
Nineteenth-century British Social HistoryHS189830 credits
Module titleModule codeCredits
Spin Unspun: Public Relations and The News MediaMC359620 credits
KnotsMA032210 credits
Fluid DynamicsMA033210 credits
Mathematical ProgrammingMA035810 credits
Mathematical ProgrammingMA035810 credits
Time Series Analysis & ForecastingMA036710 credits
Time Series Analysis & ForecastingMA036710 credits
Complex Function TheoryMA300010 credits
Groups, Rings, and FieldsMA300310 credits
CombinatoricsMA300410 credits
Introduction to Functional and Fourier AnalysisMA300520 credits
Introduction to Coding Theory and Data CompressionMA300620 credits
Applied Nonlinear SystemsMA330110 credits
Theoretical and Computational Partial Differential EquationsMA330320 credits
Methods of Applied MathematicsMA330420 credits
Elements of Mathematical StatisticsMA350110 credits
Regression Analysis and Experimental DesignMA350220 credits
Stochastic Processes For Finance and InsuranceMA350320 credits
Official StatisticsMA350410 credits
Multivariate StatisticsMA350510 credits
Queueing, Inventory and Game TheoryMA360120 credits
Algorithms and HeuristicsMA360210 credits
Mathematical Methods For Data MiningMA370010 credits
Functional AnalysisMA400120 credits
Measure TheoryMA400720 credits
Computational Fluid DynamicsMA400820 credits
Mathematical Principles of Image ProcessingMA400920 credits
COMBINATORIAL AND ANALYTIC NUMBER THEORYMA401120 credits
FINITE ELASTICITYMA401220 credits
Advanced topics in Analysis with application to PDEsMA401320 credits
Reading ModuleMA490120 credits
Cyflwyniad i addysgu Mathemateg mewn ysgol uwchraddMA390020 credits
Theori a Beirniadaeth LenyddolCY333020 credits
Llenyddiaeth PlantCY331020 credits
SosioieithyddiaethCY353020 credits
TafodieithegCY345020 credits
Technoleg Iaith mewn Cymdeithas DdigidolCY380520 credits
Ailddehongli Llenyddiaeth yr Oesoedd CanolCY310020 credits
Llenyddiaeth er 1900CY320020 credits
Julian the ApostateHS330710 credits
Greek ValuesHS330910 credits
Gender & Sexuality in Greece and RomeHS336220 credits
Hellenistic Art and ArchitectureHS435610 credits
Reading Latin 1HS342120 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334310 credits
Reading Greek IHS342320 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334510 credits
Byzantium: The Golden Age, c. 850 - 1050HS332910 credits
Science and Technology in the Graeco-Roman WorldHS337310 credits
Ancient Persia: the Achaemenid Dynasty 559-331 BCEHS337820 credits
Early Rome: History and ArchaeologyHS436010 credits
Art and Power in Rome, 211 BC - AD138HS436810 credits
Reading Latin 2HS332220 credits
Latin Historical TextsHS334410 credits
Reading Greek 2HS332420 credits
Greek Historical TextsHS334610 credits
Conquest & Crisis: The Roman RepublicHS331630 credits
Rome and CarthageHS333320 credits
Myth and History in Ancient Greek CultureHS337520 credits
The Roman ArmyHS436720 credits
The History of Archaeological ThoughtHS235020 credits
Neolithic/Early Bronze Age BritainHS235720 credits
Structure & Corrosion of MetalsHS235910 credits
Structure & Decay of Inorganic MaterialsHS236010 credits
Roman BritainHS236220 credits
Complex Societies in Barbarian EuropeHS236510 credits
Medieval ArchaeologyHS238220 credits
Art & Archaeology of Archaic GreeceHS238620 credits
Technology and MaterialsHS240010 credits
Museums Collections ManagementHS242120 credits
Neolithic Beginnings: Last Foragers and First Farmers in the Eastern MediterraneanHS242420 credits
Archaeology Independent StudyHS243320 credits
Independent Science ProjectHS243420 credits
Archaeology DissertationHS243540 credits
Archaeological Science DissertationHS243640 credits
The World of the Anglo-Saxons, c.500-c.1087HS180330 credits
The Military Orders 1100-1320HS180530 credits
Slavery and SinHS181830 credits
Crime in England and Wales, c.1570-c.1790HS182330 credits
Cultures of Power: The Gentry of Tudor and Stuart EnglandHS182730 credits
Deviants, Rebels and Witches in Early Modern Britain and IrelandHS182830 credits
Conflict, Coercion and Mass Mobilisation in Republican China 1911-1945HS183830 credits
Glimpses of the Unfamiliar: Travellers to Japan from 1860 to the Post-War EraHS185830 credits
Socialism, Society and Politics in Britain 1880-1918HS186030 credits
Llafur, Sosialaeth a Chymru, 1880-1979HS186230 credits
Culture, Soc & I.D. in Wales 1847-1914HS186530 credits
Class, Protest and Politics: South Wales 1918-39HS186830 credits
Czechoslovakia: The View from Central EuropeHS188430 credits
Europe and the Revolutionary Tradition in the Long Nineteenth CenturyHS188730 credits
Gender, Power and Subjectivity in Twentieth-Century BritainHS189430 credits
The Arts in War and Peace: Culture and Politics in Britain, c.1930-1960HS189730 credits
Arabic Texts IRT131020 credits
Religion and the News: Conflict and ContextRT130020 credits
Myth and The Movies: Anthropology and Psychology in Contemporary CinemaRT135020 credits
Socially Engaged Buddhism: Politics, Justice and EthicsRT133520 credits
The Life of the BuddhaRT135220 credits
The Making of 'World Religions' in South Asia: Hindus, Sikhs and MuslimsRT133620 credits
The Most Famous Hindu Text: Bhagavadgita, Text & ContextRT135520 credits
Exploring GnosticismRT135920 credits
Christian Spirituality, 150-1550 CERT430720 credits
Understanding Christian WorshipRT432020 credits
Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy: Bonhoeffer's Life and LegacyRT432620 credits
Christian Social Ethics TodayRT731720 credits
Majority World Voices: Global South TheologiesRT734220 credits
Islam in the Contemporary WorldRT132720 credits
Islamic Law and SocietyRT136120 credits
God, Good and the Ugly: Topics in Applied Islamic EthicsRT135720 credits
History & Religion of Ancient IsraelRT230120 credits
The Archaeology of the VikingsHS237920 credits
Elementary Sanskrit IRT120120 credits
Elementary Sanskrit IIRT120220 credits
Intermediate Sanskrit TextsRT122420 credits
Elementary Arabic IRT120320 credits
Elementary Arabic IIRT120420 credits
New Testament Greek Texts IRT320920 credits
Emotions, Symbols, and Rituals: Studying Societies Through FilmRT121520 credits
New Testament EpistlesRT320520 credits
Beliefs in the CrucibleRT520420 credits
Christian 'Church' Today: Its Meaning, Life and MissionRT520520 credits
Reformation HistoryRT420520 credits
The Early Church: History and MemoryRT420820 credits
The University is committed to providing a wide range of module options where possible, but please be aware that whilst every effort is made to offer choice this may be limited in certain circumstances. This is due to the fact that some modules have limited numbers of places available, which are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, while others have minimum student numbers required before they will run, to ensure that an appropriate quality of education can be delivered; some modules require students to have already taken particular subjects, and others are core or required on the programme you are taking. Modules may also be limited due to timetable clashes, and although the University works to minimise disruption to choice, we advise you to seek advice from the relevant School on the module choices available.

You will develop a range of intellectual skills: critical thinking, evaluating evidence, constructing evidence-based arguments, and presenting opinions effectively in writing and in debate. Additionally, you will gain practical skills such as team-working, independent research, and time management. Teaching methods include lectures, seminars, practicals, field trips, and one-to-one tutorials. You will also undertake independent study and research, with guidance from tutors. Assessment, including coursework, exams, practical work, and oral presentations, will test the different skills you have learned.

The School of History, Archaeology and Religion enables you to develop in a high-quality learning environment, supported by a student-orientated approach to the acquisition of knowledge and skills.

School of Modern Languages

Lectures provide an overview of the key concepts and frameworks for a topic, equipping students to carry out independent research for the seminars and to develop their own ideas.

Seminars provide an opportunity for students to explore the ideas outlined in the lecture in a small group environment. Seminars would usually consist of about 15 students and the seminar leader (a member of the teaching team). Seminars may take various formats, including plenary group discussion, small group work and student-led presentations. Seminars offer a rewarding opportunity to engage critically with the key ideas and reading of a topic, and to explore areas of particular interest with an expert in the field. It is vital that students prepare for seminars (undertaking any set reading, developing independent critical thought) in order to gain the maximum benefit from the sessions.

Lectures and seminars enable students to develop communication and analytical skills, and to develop critical thinking in a supportive environment.

Essays and examinations are used not only for assessment purposes but also as a means of developing students’ capacities to gather, organise, evaluate and deploy relevant information and ideas from a variety of sources in reasoned arguments. Dedicated essay workshops and individual advice enables students to produce their best work, and written feedback on essays feeds forward into future work, enabling students to develop their strengths and address any weaker areas.

Dissertation: The optional final-year dissertation provides you with the opportunity to investigate a specific topic of interest to you in depth and thereby to acquire detailed knowledge about a particular field of study; to use your initiative in the collection and presentation of material; and present a clear, cogent argument and draw appropriate conclusions.

Pastoral Care: You will be allocated a personal tutor for the entire period you are at the University. Personal tutors are members of the academic staff who are available to students seeking advice, guidance and help.

School of History, Archaeology and Religion

In 2013/14, 92% of the School's graduates who were available for work reported they were in employment and/or further study within six months of graduation.

School of Modern Languages

In 2013/14, 95% of the School's graduates who were available for work reported they were in employment and/or further study within six months of graduation.

The destinations from the School are often international in nature, with many graduates enjoying their overseas student experience to such an extent that they opt to take time out to travel further, or go abroad on graduation in the hope of securing employment. 

Of those who choose to remain in the UK, many start work immediately following their studies. Their employment options are varied and many opt to utilise the language skills that they have developed over their degree, in roles such as Translators, Language Assistants, Export Assistants and Proofreaders, working with their languages in organisations such as Bearmach Ltd, the British Council, Global Response and Inter Global.

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4 Year(s)

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September 2016

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