direktmandat-bundestagswahl-2017 Hun pejorative . Germans would conversely call Austrians Kamerad Schn rschuh comrade laceup shoe because the infantry boots used laces while did not

Personenbeförderungsgesetz

Personenbeförderungsgesetz

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Bürgeramt hohenschönhausen

Bürgeramt hohenschönhausen

Netherlands edit Mof pejorative In Dutch most common term for German people after regular official one is . Driven West Taken East World War Ii Memoir of the Eastern Front. The nickname was originally created during World War but it did not find common use until II. The word in its origin is not pejorative since used to depict person from German region of Swabia however probably entered Bosnian Croatian Montenegrin and Serbian languages relation Danube Swabians. This term was used heavily during World War and often seen on Allied posters

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Geigenbogen

Geigenbogen

A nonprofit organization. Mof pejorative . c function use strict var k G. v

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Quantico staffel 2

Quantico staffel 2

Schultze antagonist Alsatian who hates sauerkraut but pretends to love it win his enemy confidence. At the time Netherlands was by far richest country in whole of Europe these people were looked down upon greatly Dutch. However it is an old Polish term out of use nowadays. It is a shortened form of the French slang portmanteau alboche itself derived from Allemand German caboche head cabbage . The term seemed to have died out around but returned after German invasion of Netherlands

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Sächsischer fußballverband

Sächsischer fußballverband

Boche seems to have been used first in the underworld of Paris about with meaning disagreeable troublesome fellow. Szwab pejorative edit Another popular term originally meaning person from Swabia. Xlibris. Laindon the Great War Radio Times Slang dictionary etymonline origin of teuton . He and his brother were conducting music corps Austria during parade after Prussian victory AustroPrussian War

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Schloss hugenpoet

Schloss hugenpoet

. The Latvian legionnaires did not subscribe to Nazi ideology. Jerry edit World War Stahlhelm said by the British to resemble Jeroboam. The term seemed to have died out around but returned after German invasion of Netherlands

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This term was used heavily during World War and often seen on Allied posters. It has traditionally been compared with German Fink literally finch see used various pejorative compounds Dreckfink filth Mistfink manure Schmierfink Schmiere grease referring to dirty untidy person least known from the end of century university slang someone who did not belong student association Burschenschaft. It is a shortened form of the French slang portmanteau alboche itself derived from Allemand German caboche head cabbage