- n. Plural form of German.
“On April 24 the Sudeten leader, Henlein, put forward his demands (the Carlsbad program: full equality of status for Germans and Czechs; delimitation of the German areas; full autonomy; removal of all injustices and reparation for damages suffered by the Germans since 1918; full liberty for the Germans to proclaim their Germanism and their adhesion to the ideology of Germans; furthermore, Henlein demanded complete revision of Czech foreign policy).”
“Germans: and thus by degrees the name of a tribe prevailed, not that of the nation; so that by an appellation at first occasioned by terror and conquest, they afterwards chose to be distinguished, and assuming a name lately invented were universally called _Germans_.”
“*Stalag is short for Stammlager, or base camp, and is the term Germans used in World War II for prisoner of war camps for officers and enlisted men.”
“Bierleichen (beer corpse) is the term Germans use for drunken Oktoberfest”
“Another means of resisting the Germans is the organization of strikes and they are not strikes in the ordinary sense of the word.”
“All major polls agree that a majority of Germans is not exactly fond of 4 million resident Muslims (5% of the overall population). 35% believe the nation is "swamped by foreigners" and 10% want the return of a Fuhrer with an "iron hand".”
“By stressing the popular support that Hitler enjoyed, at least until 1943, "Hitler and the Germans" is intent on shattering the myth that the Nazis seized power.”
“Remnents of the German military could rally around the US forces, especially if any Germans from the future are still alive and are in a position to take command.”
“For Watson, it appears that the "fourth generation" of postwar Germans is coming out from the shadow of the Third Reich.”
“He quickly learns that the one killing off his fellow Germans is not a mere enemy combatant, but an elusive and excedingly dangerous entity that's been awakened and set loose upon all who reside in the keep through the night -- a soldier killed each night the Nazis have occupied the keep.”
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