German Phrases

German Phrases

It is common for white supremacists in the United States and elsewhere to use German words or phrases, or to create German-like equivalents of English words and phrases. This is most common among neo-Nazis and racist skinheads, but can be seen to some degree across all white supremacist movements. Some of the terms derive from the the Third Reich, while others are more modern in origin. Common examples include phrases such as "Weiss Macht" or "Weisser Macht" (White Power), "Weiss Junge" or "Weisser Junge" (White Youth), "Blut und Ehre" (Blood and Honor), "Meine Ehre Heisst Treue" (My Honor is Loyalty), "Blut und Boden" (Blood and Soil), and various combinations of words such as "Stolz" (Proud), "Macht" (Power), "Kraft" (Strength), "Treue" (Loyal), "Sieg" (Victory), "Krieg" (War), "Landser" (Soldier), "Mut" (Bravery), "Stark" ("Strong"), "Blut" (Blood), "Weiss" (White), and so forth.

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German Phrases
German Phrases
German Phrases
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German Phrases
German Phrases