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 Übersetzung für 'Adolf Hitler' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   Adolf Hitler | -
SYNO Adolf Hitler | Der Fuhrer | Hitler
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Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler {m}
4 Wörter
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biography of Adolf Hitler
Hitlerbiographie {f}
Teiltreffer
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Young Adolf [Beryl Bainbridge]
Jung-Adolf
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Hitler salute
Hitlergruß {m}
Hitler moustacheHitlerbärtchen {n} [ugs.]
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Hitler Diaries
Hitler-Tagebücher {pl}
Hitler hairdoHitlerfrisur {f}
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Hitler salute
Hitler-Gruß {m} [Rsv.]
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Hitler salute
Deutscher Gruß {m} [offizielle Bezeichnung des 'Hitlergrußes' im Nationalsozialismus]
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Hitler era
Hitlerzeit {f}
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Hitler Youth leader
HJ-Führer {m} [Hitlerjugendführer]
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Hitler Youth office
HJ-Dienststelle {f}
lit.RadioTVF
Hitler's Henchmen
Hitlers Helfer [Guido Knopp]
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opponent of Hitler
Hitlergegner {m}
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Hitler Youth <HJ>
Hitlerjugend {f} <HJ>
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Hitler's bunker
Führerbunker {m}
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Hitler's Germany
Hitlerdeutschland {n}
filmF
NaPolA: Hitler's Elite
Napola – Elite für den Führer [Dennis Gansel]
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opponent of Hitler [female]
Hitlergegnerin {f}
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Hitler's country [Nazi Germany]
Hitlerland {n} [Deutschland im 3. Reich]
cloth.hist.
Hitler Youth uniform [also: HJ uniform]
HJ-Uniform {f}
ready to embrace Hitler {adj} [postpos.] [fig.] hitlerreif [selten] [bereit für Adolf Hitler, hitlerfreundlich]
22 Übersetzungen
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  • Adolf Hitler {m} = Adolf Hitler
  • Jung-Adolf = Young Adolf [Beryl Bainbridge]
  • Gustav II. Adolf {m} = Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden
  • Hitler- = Hitlerian
  • Hitler- = Hitlerite
  • Hitler-Verehrer {m} = Hitlerite
  • Hitler-Tagebücher {pl} = Hitler Diaries
  • Hitler-Anhänger {m} = Hitlerite
  • Hitler-Stalin-Pakt {m} = Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact
  • Frühling für Hitler = The Producers [Mel Brooks]
  • Hitler-Gruß {m} [Rsv.] = Hitler salute
  • Hitler-Ludendorff-Putsch {m} [Hitler-Putsch] = Munich Putsch
  • Als Hitler das rosa Kaninchen stahl = When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit [Judith Kerr]
  • Hitler-Putsch {m} [Marsch auf die Feldherrnhalle im November 1923] = Beer Hall Putsch
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In August 2010, Saudi columnist Iman Al-Quwaifli sharply criticized the "phenomenon of sympathy for Adolf Hitler and for Nazism in the Arab world", specifically citing the words of Hussam Fawzi Jabar, an Islamic cleric who justified Hitler's actions against the Jews in an Egyptian talk show one month earlier.
  • Drexler mentored his successor in the NSDAP, Adolf Hitler, during his early years in politics.
  • Adolf Hitler (1889–1945) was the leader of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945.
  • or "coordination" was the process of Nazification by which Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party successively established a system of totalitarian control and coordination over all aspects of German society and societies occupied by Nazi Germany "from the economy and trade associations to the media, culture and education".
  • Not one Jew was allowed to join during Marconi's tenure as President from 1930, three years before Adolf Hitler took power in Germany and eight years before Benito Mussolini's race laws brought his regime's anti-semitism into the open.

  • During the first half of the twentieth century both the swastika and the fasces (each symbol having its own unique ancient religious and mythological associations) became heavily identified with the fascist political movements of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini.
  • When his high esteem for technical innovations was not widely shared among the German Youth Movement, he was offered instead the opportunity to talk about the issue of technology and education to Adolf Hitler and other leading National Socialists in 1928.
  • His successor Kurt Schuschnigg maintained the regime until Adolf Hitler's Anschluss in 1938.
  • Thomsen, another captain, gives a crude drunken speech to celebrate his "Ritterkreuz" award, in which he mocks Adolf Hitler.
  • In the 1924 national election, the Munich cultural journal "Süddeutsche Monatshefte" published a series of articles blaming the SPD and trade unions for Germany's defeat in World War I, which came out during the trial of Adolf Hitler and Ludendorff for high treason following the Beer Hall Putsch in 1923.

  • Some (Otto Freundlich, Walter Serner) died in death camps under Adolf Hitler, who actively persecuted the kind of "degenerate art" that he considered Dada to represent.
  • One of the most celebrated and controversial propaganda films is Leni Riefenstahl's film "Triumph of the Will" (1935), which chronicled the 1934 Nazi Party Congress and was commissioned by Adolf Hitler.
  • A more recent example is "Making History" by Stephen Fry in which a time machine is used to alter history so that Adolf Hitler was never born.
  • In the 1976 Ira Levin novel "The Boys from Brazil" and its 1978 film adaptation, Josef Mengele uses cloning to create copies of Adolf Hitler.
  • Austrian-born Adolf Hitler had a lifelong romantic fascination with the Alps and by the 1930s established a home at Berghof, in the Obersalzberg region outside of Berchtesgaden.

  • A close ally of Adolf Hitler, he was convicted at the Nuremberg trials and sentenced to 20 years in prison.
  • Bolo was a derogatory expression for Bolsheviks used by British service personnel in the North Russian Expeditionary Force which intervened against the Red Army during the Russian Civil War. Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels, and other Nazi leaders used it in reference to the worldwide political movement coordinated by the Comintern.
  • Although neither the Nazi Party nor Adolf Hitler had a cohesive architectural policy before they came to power in 1933, Nazi writers like Wilhelm Frick and Alfred Rosenberg had already labelled the Bauhaus "un-German" and criticized its modernist styles, deliberately generating public controversy over issues like flat roofs.
  • Some dictators have been associated with genocide on certain races or groups; the most notable and wide-reaching example is the Holocaust, Adolf Hitler's genocide of eleven million people, of whom six million were Jews.
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