Examples of German in the following topics:
- Between 1820 and World War I, many German political refugees came to America following a series of German revolutions.
- The largest flow of German immigration to America occurred between 1820 and World War I, during which time nearly six million Germans immigrated to the United States.
- Milwaukee was once known as "the German Athens," and radical Germans trained in politics in the old country dominated the city's Socialists.
- Although only one in four Germans fought in all-German regiments, they created the public image of the German soldier.
- In the late nineteenth century, many Germans in cities were socialists, and Germans played a significant role in the labor-union movement.
- Between 1742 and 1753, roughly 1,000 Germans settled in Broad Bay, Massachusetts (now Waldoboro, Maine).
- By 1775, Germans constituted about one-third of the population of the state.
- German farmers were renowned for their highly productive animal husbandry and agricultural practices.
- German immigrant John Jacob Astor was the first millionaire in the United States
- Describe the political and cultural commitments of the German presence in the Pennsylvania colony
- Anti-German hysteria in the United States during World War I led to restrictions
on speaking German and to internment.
- During World War I, many German Americans were broadly accused
of being sympathetic to the German Empire without regard to their individual
- Anti-German fervor during World War I resulted in the renaming
of food that was of German origin or that simply sounded German.
included spying for Germany or endorsing the German war effort.
- Illustrate how anti-German fervor played out in the forced registration, internment, and oppression of German Americans
- The occupation, which led to the death of some German civilians, provoked pro-German sentiments within the international community.
- By mid-July, all German banks had closed.
- In turn, they recommended that war debts be tied into German reparation payments, to which the Germans objected.
- Germans fervently opposed the occupation.
- German Federal Archive, 1923.
- Blitzkrieg refers to German tactical and operational strategies in the first half of the second World War.
- German military official Heinz Guderian was probably the first to fully develop and advocate the principles associated with blitzkrieg.
- Harris have written that German operations during it were consistent with traditional methods.
- The Germans conquered large areas of the Soviet Union, but their failure to destroy the Red Army before the winter of 1941 was a strategic failure that made German tactical superiority and territorial gains irrelevant.
- Many of the German participants who wrote about the operation after the war make no mention of blitzkrieg in their accounts.
- The Berlin Crisis, which concerned the occupational status of the German capital city, Berlin, resulted in the erection of the Berlin Wall.
- Accordingly, Berlin became the main route by which East Germans left for the West.
- The 3.5 million East Germans that had left by 1961 totaled approximately 20% of the entire East German population.
- During the spring and early summer, the East German regime procured and stockpiled building materials for the erection of the Berlin Wall.
- Although this extensive activity was widely known, few outside the small circle of Soviet and East German planners believed that East Germany would be sealed off.
- German operations in the Atlantic also suffered.
- By May 1943, sizable German submarine losses forced a temporary halt of the German Atlantic naval campaign.
- These landings led to the defeat of the German Army units in France.
- In Italy, the Western Allies remained stalemated at the German defensive line.
- German forces surrendered in Italy on April 29.
- The western front in Europe opened with a
German invasion and continued through four years of bloody combat in World War I.
- In August 1916, new German
leaders along the western front recognized that the battles of Verdun and the
Somme had depleted the offensive capabilities of the German Army.
- In April 1917, French leaders
ordered an offensive against the German trenches, promising it would be one to
win the war.
- This would be the last German offensive of the
- Two U.S. soldiers run past the remains of two German soldiers toward a bunker.
- The British rejected several covert German attempts to negotiate peace.
- By early February 1943, the German Army had taken tremendous losses.
- German special forces then rescued Mussolini, who then soon established a new client state in German-occupied Italy named the Italian Social Republic, causing an Italian civil war.
- However, the largest of these was in Warsaw where German soldiers massacred 200,000 civilians.
- German forces surrendered in Italy on April 29.
- The defeat of the U-boat threat was a pre-requisite for pushing back the Germans.
- Its effectiveness contributed to German successes also during the Battle of the Atlantic.
- The Germans failed to stop the flow of strategic supplies to Britain.
- The Battle of the Atlantic pitted U-boats and other warships of the German Navy, along with aircrafts of the German Air Force, against Allied merchant convoys.
- Discuss the tonnage war in the Atlantic between Allied merchant ships and the German Navy and Airforce.