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Bond meets Q and gets his Walther on.
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Bond meets Q and gets his Walther on.
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Bond meets Q and gets his Walther on.
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Bond meets Q and gets his Walther on.
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Bond meets Q and gets his Walther on.
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Bond meets Q and gets his Walther on.
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Mit deutschen und englischen Untertiteln. With German and English subtitles. ''Palästinalied'' ist ein Lied, das Walther von der Vogelweide, der berühmteste deutsche Lyriker des Mittelalters, zu Beginn des 13. Jahrhunderts geschrieben hat. Das Gedicht ist in Mittelhochdeutsch verfasst. Es ist eines der wenigen Lieder von Walter, für die eine Melodie erhalten ist. Die älteste Quelle für die Melodie ist das Münster Fragment aus dem frühen 14. Jahrhundert. Das Palästinalied wurde zur Zeit des Fünften Kreuzzugs (1217-1221) geschrieben. Sein Thema ist das christliche Evangelium aus der Perspektive eines Pilgers, der im Heiligen Land Fuß fasst. (Palestine Song) is a song written in the early 13th century by Walther von der Vogelweide, the most celebrated German medieval lyric poet. The poem is written in Middle High German. It is one of the few songs by Walter for which a melody has survived. The oldest source for the melody is the Münster fragment, which is dated to the early 14th century. The Palästinalied was written at the time of the Fifth Crusade (1217-1221). Its subject is the Christian gospel told from the perspective of a pilgrim setting foot in the Holy Land. The song's conclusion refers to the crusades themselves, asserting that, in view of the claim of all three Abrahamic religions to the land of Palestine, the Christian claim is just (Al diu werlt diu strîtet her / Wir sîn an der rehten ger / Reht ist, daz er uns gewer "All the world is warring here [in the Holy Land] / Our claim is the just one / It is right that He [God] grant it").
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