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World Citizens Guide

World Citizens Guide In Tanzania, mothers are referred to as "Mama" followed by the name of their eldest son. Instead of crossing their fingers for luck, Germans squeeze their thumbs. These are just two of the fascinating facts available at the "Flags of the World" segment of this site, an
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In Tanzania, mothers are referred to as "Mama" followed by the name of their eldest son. Instead of crossing their fingers for luck, Germans squeeze their thumbs. These are just two of the fascinating facts available at the "Flags of the World" segment of this site, an excellent place for social studies and language arts classes. To get a very sobering perspective on our global village, go to the "100 People" segment.

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