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interwar {adj} [also: inter-war] [e.g. period, years, generation] [period between WW I und WW II]Zwischenkriegs- [z. B. Zeit, Jahre, Generation] [Zeit zwischen WK I und WK II]
Nouns
mil. panzer [German battle tank, especially of the type used during WW II]
8
Panzer {m} [Kampfpanzer]
expellee [ethnic and native Germans expelled from other countries after WW II]
7
Heimatvertriebener {m}
hist. scrip [treated as sg.] [occupation money after WW II in Germany and Austria]
5
Dollarscrips {pl} [Spezialgeld für die amerik. Besatzungstruppe nach 1945]
hist. lit. Trümmerliteratur [literally transl.: rubble literature, i.e. German literature immediately after WW II]
5
Kahlschlagliteratur {f}
hist. mil. ["Gray wolves"-- nickname of the WW II German submarines]Graue Wölfe {pl} [Deutschland, 2. WK, Spitzname für die U-Boote der Kriegsmarine]
hist. mil. [37 millimeter anti-aircraft gun of WW II]Dreikommasieben {f} [ugs.] [2. WK, deutsches 37-Millimeter-Flugabwehrgeschütz]
hist. mil. [generation of male Germans drafted as teenagers to man anti-aircraft batteries at the end of WW II]Flakhelfergeneration {f} [ugs.] [auch: Flakhelfer-Generation]
mil. naut. [German patrol boat in WW II]Vorpostenboot {n}
hist. [Germany's last ditch defense in WW II]Volkssturm {m}
hist. mil. [nickname of WW II German female Wehrmacht assistant personnel]Blitzmädel {n} [ugs.] [auch: Blitzmädchen] [Wehrmachtshelferin]
hist. [slang for British soldiers in and after WW II in Germany and Austria]Tommies {pl} [ugs.]
hist. mil. [the German or Austrian emperor as supreme commander of their empire's forces, esp. in WW I]oberster Kriegsherr {m}
hist. mil. [WW I German non-combatant equipment service soldier]Armierungssoldat {m}
hist. mil. [WW II German female auxiliary volunteer with the armed forces]Wehrmachtshelferin {f} [auch: Wehrmachthelferin]
hist. mil. [WW II German short-range radar used for early warning, searchlight direction or gun-laying, and local observation and tracking]Funkmessgerät {n} <FuMG>
hist. mil. Adlerhorst [Eagle's Eyrie, WW II bunker command complex; Hesse, Germany]Führerhauptquartier {n} Adlerhorst [Hessen]
hist. mil. bonesack [nickname for German parachute jump smock during WW II]Knochensack {m} [Scherzname für Sprunganzug der dt. Fallschirmjäger im 2. WK]
hist. mil. Kradschütze [WW II German motorcycle mounted infantryman]Kradschütze {m}
hist. mil. Nebelwerfer [WW II German six-tube weapons launcher used for firing rocket-type projectiles]Nebelwerfer {m} [Raketenwerfer der dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. panzers [German battle tank, especially of the type used during WW II]Panzer {pl} [Kampfpanzer]
hist. mil. the Allies [WW II]die Alliierten {pl}
hist. lit. Trümmerliteratur [literally transl.: rubble literature, i.e. German literature immediately after WW II]Trümmerliteratur {f}
2 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. arm shield [award for service in some special campaigns, WW II German Armed Forces]Ärmelschild {m} [Auszeichnung für die Teilnahme an besonderen Einsätzen, 2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. Armenian Legion [WW II, German Armed Forces]Armenische Legion {f} [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. army detachment [WW II, German Armed Forces]Armeeabteilung {f} [auch: Armee-Abteilung] <AA; AAbt.> [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. Blue Division [WW II, unit of Spanish volunteers in the German Forces]Blaue Division {f} [2. WK, spanische Freiwilligen-Division in der deutschen Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. Condor Legion [WW II, German Forces]Legion {f} Condor [2. WK, deutsche Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. naut. diving lung [submerged escape and rescue breathing apparatus for German WW II submarine crewmen]Tauchretter {m}
hist. mil. Georgian Legion [WW II, German Armed Forces]Georgische Legion {f} [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. Legion Wallonie [WW II, unit of Wallonien volunteers of the German Armed Forces]Wallonische Legion {f} [2. WK, Verband wallonischer Freiwilliger der dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. military glider [WW II aircraft employed for tactical air assault without engine noise]Lastensegler {m}
aviat. hist. mil. observer badge [WW II German Air Force]Beobachterabzeichen {n} [2. WK dt. Luftwaffe]
hist. mil. Panzergrenadier Division <Pz.Gren.Div.> [WW II German mechanized infantry division] [Am.]Panzergrenadierdivision {f} <Pz.Gren.Div.>
aviat. hist. mil. pilot's badge [WW II German Air Force]Flugzeugführerabzeichen {n} [2. WK dt. Luftwaffe]
mil. weapons Screaming Meemies [Am.] [WW II, nickname of the rockets fired from the German Nebelwerfer 41 / 42][2. WK, Spitzname der Raketengeschosse der Nebelwerfer 41 / 42]
hist. mil. naut. supply submarine [nicknamed "milk cow"] [WW II German U Boat type XIV]Versorgungs-U-Boot {n} Typ XIV [Spitzname "Milchkuh"] [2. WK dt. Kriegsmarine]
hist. mil. supply submarine [sl.] [milk cow] [WW II German U-Boat type XIV]U-Boot-Tanker {m}
hist. mil. Turkestani Legion [also: Turkestan Legion] [WW II, German Armed Forces]Turkestanische Legion {f} [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. Volksgrenadier Division [WW II German infantry division of homeland defense forces]Volksgrenadierdivision {f}
3 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. American Expeditionary Forces <AEF> [U.S. armed forces in Europe during WW I]American Expeditionary Force <AEF> [US Expeditionskorps in Europa während des 1. WK]
hist. mil. anti-aircraft assistant [Germany, WW II]Flakhelfer {m} [ugs.]
hist. mil. anti-aircraft auxiliary [Germany, WW II]Flakhelfer {m} [ugs.]
hist. mil. armored fighting vehicle [Am.] <AFV>Panzerkampfwagen {m} <PzKpfw> [WW II]
hist. mil. armoured fighting vehicle [Br.] <AFV>Panzerkampfwagen {m} <PzKpfw> [WW II]
hist. mil. army flak badge [WW II German Army]Heeres-Flakabzeichen {n} [dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. Army Parachutist Badge [WW II German Armed Forces]Fallschirmschützenabzeichen {n} des Heeres [dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. army paratrooper badge [WW II German Army]Fallschirmschützen-Abzeichen (Heer) {n} [dt. Wehrmacht]
mil. assault landing craft [WW II, esp. Am.] <LCA>Angriffslandungsboot {n}
med. mil. Unverified battalion of convalescents [WW II]Genesendenbataillon {n} [auch: Genesungsbataillon] [2.WK]
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