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Edelweiss Pirates
Edelweißpiraten {pl}
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Übersetzung für 'Edelweiss Pirates' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Edelweiss Pirates
Edelweißpiraten {pl}hist.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Hearing about a powerful but unknown artefact called "The Thousand Year Stare" Savage tracks Wolfie Vos, a member of the Edelweiss Pirates, and the only person who knows what and where it is.
  • While they did not suffer like their contemporaries in Germany, the Hamburg and Berlin based Swingjugend (many of whom were imprisoned in concentration camps) and the working class, mostly Cologne based Edelweiss Pirates (some of whom were hanged by the Nazis), the Zazou subculture represented an important dissident minority in a society of widespread complicity and acquiescence.
  • He is most well known for being part of the Edelweiss Pirates.
  • Gertrud Koch (1 June 1924 – 21 June 2016) was a German resistance fighter during World War II. She is best known for being a member of the youth group Edelweiss Pirates.
  • But when his second love, the diminutive Roswitha, is killed by Allied troops in the invasion of Normandy, Oskar returns to his family in Danzig where he becomes the leader of a criminal youth gang (akin to the Edelweiss Pirates).
  • There is a memorial plaque honoring the memory of all those killed from the Edelweiss Pirates and the Ehrenfeld Group.
  • The Edelweiss Pirates probably adopted "ahoi" from Czech teenagers and used it as a greeting even after the group was banned in 1933.
  • They were similar to the Edelweiss Pirates, but more politically driven.
  • Six of them were 16-year-old boys of the Edelweiss Pirates youth gang, including Barthel Schink; Fritz Theilen survived.
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