American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern Austria southwest of Graz. It was chartered in 1279 and is today a manufacturing center and noted ski resort. Population: 92,400.
“Two French POWs were put in Klagenfurt prison for being in touch with them.”
“POWs, which are accommodated together in Klagenfurt-Waidmannsdorf, were hit by four direct bomb hits during an air raid.”
“Paul Angerer, an amateur historian living in Klagenfurt, has sent me some information concerning what he believes might be the actual site of Work Camp”
“Sick prisoners are transferred to the Camp Lazaret in Klagenfurt”
“Dental treatment in Klagenfurt by a civilian dentist.”
“As luck would have it, the taxi-driver they hired in Klagenfurt spoke good English and interpreted for Garnet when he toured the Lavamund dam and met a local man who had been a guard at the POW camp.”
“The FIVB beach volleyball circuit continues in Klagenfurt, Austria.”
“Beach volleyball: The top Americans and Brazilians are expected at a Grand Slam tournament in Klagenfurt, Austria.”
“Commission, Reginald Wright, Richmond Gerrard and Thomas Langley are buried in Klagenfurt War Cemetery, Austria.”
“After the war, all of these men were reinterred in Klagenfurt War Cemetery.)”
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