Blitz

Blitz, German for "lightning", may refer to:

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Swansea Blitz
... The Swansea Blitz was the heavy and sustained bombing of Swansea by the Luftwaffe of Nazi Germany on 19–21 February 1941 ... On the last night of the '3 nights blitz', the air raid sirens sounded at 7.50 pm - the start of a raid that lasted for five hours ...
Blitz - Other
... SMS Blitz (1882), an Imperial German Navy light cruiser Blitz (film), a 2011 film Blitz, a 1980s night club in London (see Blitz Kids) Blitz (movement), a radical youth movement in Norway Blitz ...
Sportz Blitz - Broadcast Schedule
... Sportz Blitz Lake Martin Sports Roundup originates from local restaurant J.R.'s Sportsbar and Grill on Tuesday nights at 600pm Central Time ... Sportz Blitz Live originates from WAXC / Lake Broadcasting Studios in Alexander City, Alabama from 700pm to 900pm Tuesday nights ... Sportz Blitz Saturday Sports Countdown airs from J.R.'s Sportsbar and Grill each Saturday morning live from J.R.'s Sportsbar and Grill from 10am to NOON Central Time ...
List Of Chess Games Between Anand And Kramnik - Blitz
... Duel D27 Queen's Gambit Accepted 8 Kramnik Anand 2007 1–0 21 Kramnik Moscow Blitz World Championship 2007 D13 Slav Defence 9 Anand Kramnik 2007 ½–½ 17 ...
List Of Pseudo-German Words Adapted To English
... blitz or "the Blitz" (chiefly British use) — The sustained attack by the German Luftwaffe during 1940–1941, which began after the Battle of ... adapted from "Blitzkrieg" (literally "lightning war.") "Blitz" ( "a bolt of lightning") was not used in German in its aerial-war aspect it acquired an entirely new usage in English during World War II ... In American football, a blitz occurs when some defensive players (other than those on the defensive line) abandon their normal positions, attack the offensive backfield, and try to overwhelm the ...

Famous quotes containing the word blitz:

    Timothy Winters comes to school
    With eyes as wide as a football-pool,
    Ears like bombs and teeth like splinters:
    A blitz of a boy is Timothy Winters.
    Charles Causley (b. 1917)