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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A district of Berlin, Germany. Chartered in 1232, it was the site of a prison that held Nazi war criminals after the Nuremburg trials of 1945 to 1946.

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  • noun a German machine gun

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Examples

  • International War Criminal Cheney is just afraid that this is the beginning of the process that will see him dangling from a rope in Spandau Prison for his heinous crimes.

    Cheney takes swipe at Obama over prosecutor

  • Think of Rudolf Hess locked away alone in Spandau prison, stewing in his juices.

    Balkinization

  • I’d settle for a long stretch in Spandau prison with fellow neocons Perle, Woolsey, Ledeen, Wurmser, Addington, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Rove et al (notice I didn’t include Bush – he has a defense – he’s mentally incompetent).

    Think Progress » Kristol Suggests People of Iran Would Embrace U.S. Attack, Triggering Regime Change

  • The German Maschinegewehr MG-42—universally known as the Spandau among Allied troops—was a superb general-purpose machine-gun, with a starding 1,200 rpm rate of fire.

    Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy

  • The German Maschinegewehr MG-42—universally known as the Spandau among Allied troops—was a superb general-purpose machine-gun, with a starding 1,200 rpm rate of fire.

    Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy

  • The German Maschinegewehr MG-42—universally known as the Spandau among Allied troops—was a superb general-purpose machine-gun, with a starding 1,200 rpm rate of fire.

    Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy

  • The German Maschinegewehr MG-42—universally known as the Spandau among Allied troops—was a superb general-purpose machine-gun, with a starding 1,200 rpm rate of fire.

    Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy

  • Inscribed on top with a crown and "Spandau", and on the left with the crown and "F.W."

    WHAT IS IT????????

  • Inscribed on top with a crown and "Spandau", and on the left with the crown and "F.W."

    WHAT IS IT????????

  • And O'Reilly reaches out to the young by prefacing each chapter with lyrics from pop music groups that are, as far as I know, very up-to-date, such as Spandau Ballet.

    I Agree With Me

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