TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «GERMANOPHIL»
The term «Germanophil» is used very little and occupies the 190.915
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GERMANOPHIL»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Germanophil
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
A History of the Roumanians
Carp tried to save himself by a visit to Berlin and openly Germanophil
demonstrations: "all the world knows ", he told the Neue Freie Presse, " that we
lean towards the Triple Alliance. This is not a new policy, there is no party
controversy upon it ...
Robert William Seton Watson, 1963
Finland: people, nation, state
THE. GERMANOPHIL. UNIVERSITY. Matti. Klinge. The difficult and dramatic
periods in Finland's recent history can be described as a function of the rivalry
between the two leading great powers in the Baltic area, Russia and Germany.
Max Engman, D. G. Kirby, 1989
... this is that it would be better to maintain the old imperialist and Germanophil
Hungary, one and indivisible. Let us make no mistake. All these complaints and
protestations have only one object, that of perpetuating Magyar domination over
This, coupled with other infallible symptoms of defeat, provoked an abrupt
change in the attitude of the Regency, who after showing strong Germanophil
tendencies, now found itself forced to change its whole foreign policy and turn in
Robert William Seton-Watson, 1919
Notes on Life and Letters
He owned a simple soul and a not very entertaining mind, and he was without
malice and, I believe, quite unconsciously, a warm Germanophil. And no wonder!
As he told me himself, he had been fifteen years on that run, and spent almost as
Geopolitics of the Central European Region: The View from ...
If some Germanophil Czechs familiar with the Pan-Germanic ideology ignore the
fact that after the Battle of the White Mountain, the Czech nation lost one third of
its members, it is a warning against their approach to present-day politics.
The Asian Century: A History of Modern Nationalism in Asia
Her intervention in the Aziz al-Misri incident in February 1914 is a good example
of her efforts to win the affections of the Arabs rather than of the Germanophil
government in Constantinople.1 In London the possibility was seen of creating a
Chambers English Thesaurus
... ex-librist feminist Francophile Gallophile gastronome gemmologist
Germanophil(e) gourmet herpetologist hippophile homoeopathist iconophilist
incunabulist Kremlinologist lepidopterist medallist miscegenationist monarchist
Caucasian Battlefields: A History of the Wars on the ...
... had instructions from the grand duke to advance on Kazvin and, without
occupying Teheran, to isolate the capital from the possibility of penetration by
German, Turkish or germanophil Persian groups. By 1 December Baratov had
the ist ...
William Edward David Allen, Paul Muratoff, 2011
Nicholas II: Last of the Tsars
That tendency fulminated, through its leader Purishkevich, against the 'camarilla',
whom it accused of being Germanophil and favourable to a separate peace.
Everyone denounced Rasputin. In the course of a few years Rasputin had
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GERMANOPHIL»
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Grosser Bahnhof für den deutschen Kaiser
... Besuch war gross: Das Bürgertum sowie die geistigen und wirtschaftlichen Eliten in der Deutschschweiz waren eher germanophil eingestellt. «Der Bund, Sep 12»