2 edition of Vocabulary of German military terms and abbreviations (revised to 1942). found in the catalog.
Vocabulary of German military terms and abbreviations (revised to 1942).
Great Britain. War Office.
Abbreviated Btl. Bremen: Hempen, Addresses the staging of these speeches and critiques his skill as an orator. The Language of Oppression. A "detail" or some small ad hoc formation e.
Once the specific task was no longer relevant, it would be disbanded, and the individual formations returned to their parent units. Those unable to visit might be able to find these works in a nearby public library or acquire them through interlibrary loan. Klemperer, Victor. L35 W35 [ Find in a library near you external link ] Documents the use of language by Survivors and the psychological and social aspects of language in three different camps: Sachsenhausen, Dachau, and Buchenwald. Navy vessels.
The first three points are feet, calves, and back of the thigh. Examines both the Nazi manipulation of language as well as the pre-existing elements in society which served their causes. Luftschutz — air raid protection Luftwaffe — "air force"; the German Air Force. Pionier: Engineer. Provides a brief explanation of each term followed by excerpts from Nazi literature, reports and public speeches in which the term is used.
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Later in WWII used to refer to rocker launcher units containing rocket propelled artillery. P35 [ Find in a library near you external link ] One of the earliest dictionaries of Nazi terminology, originally compiled for the Office of European Economic Research.
Often the source of fruitless hunts embarked upon by hapless privates. C Cannibalize — The act of taking workable parts of one item and using them in another. They are effective because they are so wonderfully simple.
Nebelwerfer was originally a term for a chemical smoke mortar. Fahne pl. Later in WWII on the Eastern Front the Germans took to grouping sets of three burnt-out divisions each about regimental strength at the time into a Korps-Abteiling equivalent in size to an actual division.
Aufmarsch m concentration or assembly of troops for action; strategic concentration; moving up to positions Arty. Aufsatzwinkeltrieb m angle-of-elevation mechanism G.
When I learned English vocabulary, the Latin roots of many advanced words were a great help to me, as they are present in my native language Spanish as well.
Recommended by user Terry Thomason. Einsatztrupp Troop Task Force — smallest of the Einsatzgruppen units responsible for liquidations in the German occupied territories. Other terms were created as euphemisms to hide acts of terror.
A Panzerarmee Armoured Army was primarily just a cool-sounding name, it did not indicate that it would control only armoured units or indeed any.
Red Team — A body of experts on a specific topic who are instructed to research and suggest alternative methods regarding a planned course of action. Pill Pusher — A U. Young, John Wesley. Ersatz — substitute, replacement, reserves; could refer to replacement troops or any substance used in place of another e.
Auftrieb TO buoyancy, lift Avn. Winckler, Lutz. W57 [ Find in a library near you external link ] A concise dictionary of terms and phrases used by the Nazis, meant to aid the user in understanding German terms that often are not explained or left untranslated in historical writings.
Sprachwissenschaft und Rassenideologie in Deutschland. Panzerketten Kettenantrieb — tracksuch as a tank track; tracked vehicle. G3 R66 [ Find in a library near you external link ] Examines the relationship between language and racist ideologies in Germany from the early nineteenth century through Vocabulary of German military terms and abbreviations: (Revised to ) / General Staff.
The War Office. October, H.M.S.O. [Printed by W. Clowes & Sons] London Australian/Harvard Citation. Great Britain. War Office.Vocabulary of German military terms and abbreviations: (Revised to ) / General Staff.
The War Office. Vocabulary of German Military Terms and Abbreviations by Anonymous and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at sylvaindez.com The U.S. military uses many unique acronyms, terms and jargon.
This results from the need for expedient and clear communication. Read the glossary. Using up-to-date research, the book provides access, in a single volume, to a specialized, charged vocabulary, including the terminology of Nazi ideology, propaganda slogans, military terms, ranks and offices, abbreviations and acronyms, euphemisms and code names, Germanized words, slang, chauvinistic and anti-Semitic vocabulary, and racist and.
American Terminology within German terms. I am under the impression that this is merely German military slang. I am % certain that the Eagle's Nest is not known as that in German, it is the Kehlstein Haus. There are other terms in the mix.
Are these to stay or to be deleted?TchussBitc31 August (UTC) It's a multipurpose glossary. Great Britain. War Office: Vocabulary of German military terms and abbreviations / (Washington: G.P.O., ), also by Army War College (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust) Great Britain.
War Office: Vocabulary of German military terms and abbreviations. Army war college, September,reprint of a British document.