Some articles on german, army, german army designation:
10 March 1941 Operation Felix, the German plan for the invasion of Gibraltar, is amended to become Operation Felix-Heinrich, which delays the invasion until after the fall ... However, after the French-German Armistice and the subsequent destruction of the French fleet at Mers-el-Kebir, Algeria by the British Navy in July 1940 ... the Rock, its civilians or the British Army from Spanish soil, because Franco feared that it may have been impossible to remove the Wehrmacht afterwards ...
... American Revolutionary War Norfolk, Virginia is burned by combined Royal Navy and Continental Army action ... command rebel against the Continental Army's winter camp in Morristown, New Jersey in the Pennsylvania Line Mutiny of 1781. 1916 – German troops abandon Yaoundé and their Kamerun colony to British forces and begin the long march to Spanish Guinea ...
... This is an official German Army designation, not an HK factory one ... This is an official German Army designation, not an HK factory one ... This is an official German Army designation, not an HK factory one ...
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“In a period of a peoples life that bears the designation transitional, the task of a thinking individual, of a sincere citizen of his country, is to go forward, despite the dirt and difficulty of the path, to go forward without losing from view even for a moment those fundamental ideals on which the entire existence of the society to which he belongs is built.”
—Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (18181883)
“I am particularly interested in the indications that the people seem to understand and approve the necessity of pursuing the course that will prevent a further effort on the part of the German peoples to continue the struggle for world domination, even though they are thoroughly beaten in this war.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)
“To make an Army work you have to have every man in it fitted into a fear ladder.... The Army functions best when youre frightened of the man above you, and contemptuous of your subordinates.”
—Norman Mailer (b. 1923)