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hist. mil. 29th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS (1st Italian) [also known as Italian Legion or Italia, SS-formation of Italian volunteers]29. Waffen-Grenadier-Division {f} der SS (italienische Nr. 1) [auch bekannt als Italienische SS-Legion oder Division Italia, SS-Verband italienischer Freiwilliger]
hist. mil. 13th Waffen Mountain Division of the SS Handschar (1st Croatian) [SS-formation of Muslim Bosnian volunteers]13. Waffen-Gebirgs-Division {f} der SS „Handschar“ (kroatische Nr. 1) [SS-Verband aus muslimischen bosnischen Freiwilligen]
hist. mil. 29th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS RONA (1st Russian) [RONA stands for Russian National Army of Liberation, Russian volunteer formation of the SS]29. Waffen-Grenadier-Division {f} der SS „RONA“ (russische Nr. 1) [RONA steht für Russische Volksbefreiungsarmee, SS-Verband aus russischen Freiwilligen]
mil. corpsTruppe {f} [militärischer Verband]
associationBund {m} [Vereinigung, Gemeinschaft, Verband]
relig. patriarchatePatriarchat {n} [Verband von Bistümern]
to take off [bandage]abwickeln [Verband]
med. bandageFasche {f} [österr.] [Verband, Binde, Bandage]
econ. law Unverified association organisationVerbändeverband {m} [Verband der Verbände]
med. long-leg cast <LLC>Oberschenkelgips {m} [Verband]
med. short-leg cast <SLC>Unterschenkelgips {m} [Verband]
to affiliateaufnehmen [in einen Verband, als Mitglied]
med. long-leg cast with walkerOberschenkelgehgips {m} [Verband]
Loss Prevention Council <LPC>[engl. Verband der Schadensverhütung]
med. to become soaked with pusdurcheitern [z. B. Verband]
dent. American Association of Orthodontists <AAO>[amerikanischer Verband der Kieferorthopäden]
to come off [e.g. bandage]abkommen [ugs.] [z. B. Verband, Binde]
admin. optics General Optical Council <GOC>[Verband für die Regelung der britischen Augenoptikindustrie]
admin. econ. pol. umbrella {adj} [attr.] [e.g. association, company, organization]Dach- [z. B. Verband, Gesellschaft, Organisation]
adhesive {adj} [e.g. film, tape, binding, dressing, power]Klebe- [z. B. Folie, Band, Bindung, Verband, Kraft]
Electronic Industries Alliance <EIA>[Verband der Elektronikindustrie der USA]
med. Sarmiento braceSarmiento-Gips {m} [Verband]
sports International Ski Federation <FIS>Internationaler Ski Verband {m} <FIS> [Eigenschreibweise, korrekt: Ski-Verband oder Skiverband]
sports International Ski Federation <FIS> [Fédération Internationale de Ski]Weltskiverband {m} <FIS> [ugs.] [Internationaler Ski-Verband]
to apply sth. [a dressing, a voltage, standards, etc.]etw. anlegen [einen Verband, eine Spannung, Maßstäbe etc.]
hist. mil. Legion Wallonie [WW II, unit of Wallonien volunteers of the German Armed Forces]Wallonische Legion {f} [2. WK, Verband wallonischer Freiwilliger der dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. Special Action Commando [of the SS]Sondereinsatzkommando {n} [der SS]
hist. mil. Special Action Unit [of the SS]Sondereinsatzkommando {n} [der SS]
hist. Loyalty is my honour. [Br.] [slogan of the SS]Meine Ehre heißt Treue. [Wahlspruch der SS]
hist. My honor is called loyalty. [Am.] [slogan of the SS]Meine Ehre heißt Treue. [Wahlspruch der SS]
hist. mil. hunting unit [Nazi SS (fighter) team put together for special purposes]Jagdverband {m} <JV> [für bestimmte Zwecke zusammengestellte SS-(Kampf) Gruppe]
hist. British Free Corps <BFC> [unit of the Waffen-SS]Britisches Freikorps {n} [Einheit der Waffen-SS]
ling. sharp S [the letter ß in German]scharfes S {n} [ß] [Eszett]
hist. pol. Race and Settlement Main Office [department of the SS]Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt {n} <RuSHA> [eines der Hauptämter der SS]
hist. Reichsführer-SS [SS national leader, Himmler's title]Reichsführer SS {m} [auch: Reichsführer-SS] <RFSS, RfSS>
hist. [“wellspring of life” or “fountain of life”, SS-supported association during the Third Reich]Lebensborn {m} [von der SS getragener und staatlich geförderter Verein während des 3. Reiches]
hist. mil. 21st Waffen Mountain Division of the SS Skanderbeg (1st Albanian) [SS-formation of Albanian volunteers]21. Waffen-Gebirgs-Division {f} der SS „Skanderbeg“ (albanische Nr. 1) [SS-Formation albanischer Freiwilliger]
hist. mil. 33rd Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS Charlemagne (1st French) [SS-formation of French volunteers]33. Waffen-Grenadier-Division {f} der SS „Charlemagne“ (französische Nr. 1) [SS-Formation französischer Freiwilliger]
hist. mil. 27th SS Volunteer Division Langemarck (1st Flemish) [SS-formation of volunteers of the Flemish ethnic group in Belgium]27. SS-Freiwilligen-Grenadier-Division {f} „Langemarck“ (flämische Nr. 1) [SS-Formation aus Freiwilligen der flämischen Volksgruppe in Belgien]
QM Swedish Standard <SS>Schwedische Norm {f} [Abk.: SS]
[the letter ß in German]Eszett {n} [scharfes s]
[the letter ß in German]scharfes s {n} [Eszett]
hist. pol. [contributing member of the SS]Förderndes Mitglied {n} der SS <FMdSS>
Julleuchter [Yule lantern or Nazi SS award]Julleuchter {m}
hist. Reich Leader (of the) SS [SS national leader, Himmler's title]Reichsführer SS {m}
hist. mil. SS men [SS privates]SS-Männer {pl}
hist. Supreme SS and Police Leader [WW II German police and SS commander for occupied territory]Höchster SS- und Polizeiführer {m} <HöSSPF>
hist. SS Main Economic and Administrative Office [also: SS Economic and Administrative Main Office]SS-Wirtschafts-Verwaltungshauptamt {n} <SS-WVHA>
hist. mil. SS-Oberschütze [private first class of the Waffen-SS]SS-Oberschütze {m}
hist. mil. SS-Oberführer [rank of the SS between colonel and brigadier general, no english equivalent]SS-Oberführer {m}
hist. Higher SS and Police Leader [personal representative of the Reichsführer-SS in given territories]Höherer SS- und Polizeiführer {m} <HSSPF, HSS-PF, HSSuPF>
hist. mil. SS-Brigadeführer [brigadier general of the SS]SS-Brigadeführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Gruppenführer [major general of the SS]SS-Gruppenführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Hauptscharführer [master sergeant of the SS]SS-Hauptscharführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Mann [private of the Waffen-SS]SS-Mann {m}
hist. mil. SS-Obergruppenführer [lieutenant general of the SS]SS-Obergruppenführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Oberscharführer [technical sergeant of the SS]SS-Oberscharführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Obersturmbannführer [lieutenant colonel of the SS]SS-Obersturmbannführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Obersturmführer [first lieutenant of the SS]SS-Obersturmführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Rottenführer [corporal of the Waffen-SS]SS-Rottenführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Scharführer [staff sergeant of the SS]SS-Scharführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Schütze [private of the Waffen-SS]SS-Schütze {m}
hist. mil. SS-Sturmscharführer [sergeant major of the SS]SS-Sturmscharführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Untersturmführer [second lieutenant of the SS]SS-Untersturmführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Hauptsturmführer [captain of the SS]SS-Hauptsturmführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Oberstgruppenführer [general of the SS]SS-Oberstgruppenführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Standartenführer [colonel of the SS]SS-Standartenführer {m}
hist. SS-Sturmbannführer [Major of the SS]SS-Sturmbannführer {m}
hist. mil. SS-Unterscharführer [sergeant of the SS]SS-Unterscharführer {m}
hist. SS and Police Leader [commander of large units of the SS, Gestapo and of regular German police in a given territory during and prior to WW II]SS- und Polizeiführer {m} <SSPF>
hist. mil. Waffen-SS [the military part of the SS, an independent part of the military forces of the Third Reich]Waffen-SS {f}
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