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Why the Latin script was missing a letter for 100+ years

Ralf Herrmann

Over the entire 20th century the German alphabet officially consisted of 30 lowercase characters, but only 29 uppercase letters. How could that happen?

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Super interesting. I only saw the slot for the capital sharp S in Glyphsapp earlier this year; before I hadn't known it existed.

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