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Gruenewald VA Font Family

Gruenewald VA Font Family

Made by Peter Wiegel

Google translate says:

What can I say? This is one of the four school-output fonts used in Germany, which is next to the Latin output font in the West (LA) and school-output specification (SAS) used in most provinces in the classroom, which, however, now due to the {so-called basic writing is completed.
Output fonts were designed to ensure easier learning writing. In 1941, when the German Sütterlinschrift was finally abolished in schools, {she was replaced by the Latin alphabet, also designed by Ludwig Suetterlin, they got the name "Normal font".
After the war, the output from this script developed Latin (LA) has been in almost all states - except Bavaria - introduced. The Latin script output was not considered a standard font, but as {expandable writing in order to develop a possible own handwriting can. However, the writing was still fraught with some "squiggles", which meant that they {{- according to experts - locked up against the liquid motion {write. Thus Heinrich Grünewald developed in the 70s, the Simplified script output (VA), which was then transferred to the schools after long years of tests.
In the wake of reunification came as a third output document, the school output specification (SAS) of the former GDR added {and more recently the booklet-like base font. But if you look at the books today {and ring binders of the students, an unfortunately no aesthetic writings deal more.

Copyright (c) 2009 by Peter Wiegel, nach dem Schriftentwurf von Dr. H. Gruenewald. Open Font under Terms of following Free Software Licenses:GPL (General Public License) with font-exception and OFL (Open Font License

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Gruenewald VA Regular403 CharactersTTF
Gruenewald VA Regular
Gruenewald VA 1. Klasse408 CharactersTTF
Gruenewald VA 1. Klasse
Gruenewald VA 3. Klasse408 CharactersTTF
Gruenewald VA 3. Klasse
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