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panzer [German battle tank, especially of the type used during WW II]
Panzer {m} [Kampfpanzer]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.]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]hist.mil.
[German patrol boat in WW II]
Vorpostenboot {n}mil.naut.
[Germany's last ditch defense in WW II]
Volkssturm {m}hist.
[nickname of WW II German female Wehrmacht assistant personnel]
Blitzmädel {n} [ugs.] [auch: Blitzmädchen] [Wehrmachtshelferin]hist.mil.
[slang for British soldiers in and after WW II in Germany and Austria]
Tommies {pl} [ugs.]hist.
[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.
expellee [ethnic and native Germans expelled from other countries after WW II]
Heimatvertriebener {m}
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.
scrip [treated as sg.] [occupation money after WW II in Germany and Austria]
Dollarscrips {pl} [Spezialgeld für die amerik. Besatzungstruppe nach 1945]hist.
the Allies [WW II]
die Alliierten {pl}hist.mil.
Trümmerliteratur [literally transl.: rubble literature, i.e. German literature immediately after WW II]
Trümmerliteratur {f}hist.lit.
Kahlschlagliteratur {f}hist.lit.
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.
diving lung [submerged escape and rescue breathing apparatus for German WW II submarine crewmen]
Tauchretter {m}hist.mil.naut.
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}hist.mil.
observer badge [WW II German Air Force]
Beobachterabzeichen {n} [2. WK dt. Luftwaffe]aviat.hist.mil.
Panzergrenadier Division <Pz.Gren.Div.> [WW II German mechanized infantry division] [Am.]
Panzergrenadierdivision {f} <Pz.Gren.Div.>hist.mil.
pilot's badge [WW II German Air Force]
Flugzeugführerabzeichen {n} [2. WK dt. Luftwaffe]aviat.hist.mil.
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]mil.weapons
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.naut.
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}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.
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]hist.mil.
assault landing craft [WW II, esp. Am.] <LCA>
Angriffslandungsboot {n}mil.
battalion of convalescents [WW II]
Genesendenbataillon {n} [auch: Genesungsbataillon] [2.WK]med.mil.
blockade runner badge [WW II German Navy]
Abzeichen {n} für die Blockadebrecher [dt. Kriegsmarine]hist.mil.naut.
Caucasian-Mohammedan Legion [WW II, German Armed Forces]
Kaukasisch-Mohammedanische Legion {f} [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
close combat clasp [for hand-to-hand fighting or at close quarters with bayonets, etc.] [WW II German Armed Forces]
Nahkampfspange {f} [dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
Comrade Lace-up [nickname of Austrian colleagues used by German soldiers, WW I]
Kamerad Schnürschuh {m} [Spitzname, den deutsche Soldaten ihren österr. Kollegen gaben, 1. WK]
destroyer war badge [WW II German Navy]
Zerstörer-Kriegsabzeichen {n} [dt. Kriegsmarine]hist.mil.naut.
Eastern Front Medal [WW II German Armed Forces]
Medaille {f} "Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42" [dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
flak artillery badge [WW II German Air Force]
Flak-Kampfabzeichen {n} [2. WK dt. Luftwaffe] [ugs.]aviat.hist.mil.
frontline flying clasp [WW II German Air Force]
Frontflugspange {f} [2. WK dt. Luftwaffe]aviat.hist.mil.
General Army Office [WW II German Forces]
Allgemeines Heeresamt {n}hist.mil.
general assault badge [WW II German Armed Forces]
Sturmabzeichen {n} [Allgemein, dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
glider pilot badge [WW II German Air Force]
Segelflugzeugführerabzeichen {n} [2. WK dt. Luftwaffe]aviat.hist.mil.
half-track motorbike [WW II German half-track military vehicle]
Kettenkrad {n}hist.mil.
High Seas Fleet [WW I German main battle fleet]
Hochseeflotte {f}hist.mil.naut.
infantry assault badge [German ground forces during WW II]
Infanterie-Sturmabzeichen {n} [dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
infantry landing craft [WW II, esp. Am.] <LCI>
Landungsboot {n} für Infanteriemil.
infantry landing ship [WW II, esp. Am.] <LSI>
Landungsschiff {n} für Infanteriehist.mil.
Kriegsmarine auxiliary personnel [WW II German male assistant with the Navy often conscripted from the Hitler Youth]
Marinehelfer {m}hist.mil.
Legion Idel-Ural [Volga-Tartar Legion] [WW II, German Armed Forces]
Legion {f} Idel-Ural [auch: Wolga-Tartarische Legion] [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
Luftwaffe auxiliary personnel [WW II German male assistant with the Air Force often conscripted from the Hitler Youth]
Luftwaffenhelfer {m}hist.mil.
marine infantry corps [WW I Imperial German Navy security and garrison troops]
Marinekorps {n}hist.mil.naut.
Mountain-Caucasian Legion [WW II, German Armed Forces]
Bergkaukasische Legion {f} [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
naval combat clasp [WW II German Navy]
Marine-Frontspange {f} [dt. Kriegsmarine]hist.mil.naut.
North Caucasian Legion [WW II, German Armed Forces]
Nordkaukasische Legion {f} [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
panzer assault badge [WW II German Armed Forces]
Panzer-Kampfabzeichen {n} [dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
Panzer Training Division [WW II, German Army]
Panzer-Lehr-Division {f} <PLD> [ugs. auch: Panzer Lehr] [2. WK, dt. Heer]hist.mil.
raindrop camouflage pattern [WW II German Forces and East German Forces]
Ein-Strich-kein-Strich-Tarnmuster {n} [ugs.] [Wehrmacht und Nationale Volksarmee]hist.mil.
Serbian Volunteer Corps <SDK> [WW II]
Serbisches Freiwilligenkorps {n} <SDK>hist.mil.
submarine bubble target <SBT> [Br.] [WW II German sonar decoy for submarines]
Bold {m} [dt. U-Boot-Täuschkörper gegen die ASDIC-Ortung]hist.mil.naut.
submarine combat clasp [WW II German Navy]
U-Boots-Frontspange {f} [dt. Kriegsmarine]hist.mil.naut.
submarine war badge [WW II German Navy]
U-Boot-Kriegsabzeichen {n} [dt. Kriegsmarine]hist.mil.naut.
tank destruction badge [for individual destruction of enemy armored fighting vehicle at close range with hand-held weaponry] [WW II German Armed Forces]
Sonderabzeichen {n} für das Niederkämpfen von Panzerkampfwagen durch Einzelkämpfer [dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
Tank Destruction Badge [WW II German Armed Forces]
Panzervernichtungsabzeichen {n} [dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
tank landing ship [WW II, esp. Am.] <LST>
Panzerlandungsschiff {n}hist.mil.
the good German [pej.] [since WW II; anyone who, under a dictatorship, isn't a doer but still a follower]
[jd., der in einer Diktatur zwar kein Täter, aber immerhin Mitläufer ist]
Victory-Mail letter <V-Mail letter> [Am.] [WW II]
[US Feldpostbrief während des 2. WK]hist.mil.
War Merit Cross [WW II German Armed Forces]
Kriegsverdienstkreuz {n} [dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
to go over the hill [Am.] [WW II, sl. for: to desert]
abhauen [ugs.] [desertieren]idiommil.
air force paratrooper badge [WW II German Air Force]
Fallschirmschützen-Abzeichen (Luftwaffe) {n} [dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
anti-aircraft artillery badge [WW II German Air Force]
Kampfabzeichen {n} der Flakartillerie [2. WK dt. Luftwaffe]aviat.hist.mil.
anti-partisan war badge [WW II German Armed Forces]
Bandenkampf-Abzeichen {n} [2. WK dt. Wehrmacht]hist.mil.
army balloon observer badge [WW II German Armed Forces]
Ballonbeobachterabzeichen {n} [dt. Wehrmacht]aviat.hist.mil.
auxiliary cruiser war badge [WW II German Navy]
Kriegsabzeichen {n} für Hilfskreuzer [dt. Kriegsmarine]hist.mil.naut.
combined pilot-observer badge [WW II German Air Force]
Gemeinsames Flugzeugführer- und Beobachterabzeichen {n} [2. WK dt. Luftwaffe]aviat.hist.mil.
Commander of Submarine Warfare [Germany, WW II]
Führer {m} der U-Boote <FdU>hist.mil.
commerce-raider war badge [WW II German Navy]
Kriegsabzeichen {n} für Hilfskreuzer [dt. Kriegsmarine]hist.mil.naut.
E-boat war badge [WW II German Navy]
Schnellboot-Kriegsabzeichen {n} [dt. Kriegsmarine]hist.mil.naut.
military campaign in Poland [WW II, codename "case white"]
Polenfeldzug {m} [Codename "Fall Weiß"]hist.mil.
naval artillery war badge [WW II German Navy]
Kriegsabzeichen {n} für die Marineartillerie [dt. Kriegsmarine]hist.mil.naut.
SS and Police Leader [commander of large units of the SS, Gestapo and of regular German police in a given territory during and prior to WW II]
SS- und Polizeiführer {m} <SSPF>hist.
Stahlhelm, Bund Deutscher Frontsoldaten [paramilitary organization of WW I frontline soldiers in the Weimar Republic]
Stahlhelm {m}, Bund der Frontsoldatenhist.pol.
Women's Auxiliary Air Force [Br.] [WW II, member of the female auxiliary corps of the Royal Air Force] <WAAF>
[2. WK, Mitglied des Korps der weiblichen Helfer der Royal Air Force]aviat.hist.mil.
air force close combat clasp [WW II German Air Force]
Nahkampfspange {f} der Luftwaffe [2. WK dt. Luftwaffe]hist.mil.
air force ground assault badge [WW II German Air Force]
Erdkampfabzeichen {n} der Luftwaffe [2. WK dt. Luftwaffe]aviat.hist.mil.
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