fuhrer


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Synonyms for fuhrer

an absolute ruler, especially one who is harsh and oppressive

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The Fuhrer shows himself to be an aimal lover and, left, the new book offering an insight into Hitler's bid to show himself as an ordinary man
FUHRER DIES: German radio announces Hitler's death and says he died fighting to the last breath against Bolshevism and for Germany
15am to be confronted by some 1940's song about De Fuhrer and then it appeared to be his same voice plugging a mall on a radio ad a few minutes later - isn't this supposed to be the prime time radio slot for a major radio station?
VERDICT: Feisty French folk fight fiendish Fuhrer - fab
The propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels, noted in his diary on 13 December that "the Fuhrer is determined to make a clean sweep.
This notion of god promoted a dynamic religion, transcending social boundaries and uniting the masses in their belief in a "messianic" Fuhrer.
Her younger brother Felix is in the Hitler Youth and is dedicated to the Fuhrer and the Fatherland; he is looking forward to his turn to fight to protect Germany.
And it enables the editors to point out that the Republican theocracy currently enslaving America distorts information about condoms that could save millions of lives and prevent unwanted pregnancies; prevents young, poor girls from having safe abortions, while not lifting a finger to protect their children once they are born; spends huge sums to keep a braindead zombie on artificial life support; and does almost nothing to save the thousands of children who die of starvation as a direct consequence of the Republicanazi support for the insane taboos of the theofascist Fuhrer in Rome (p.
Frank Fuhrer purchased a small Pittsburgh beer distributorship in 1982 and in the years since has built Frank B.
Harris was referring to Rudolph Hoss, who commanded Auschwitz and not Rudolph Hess, Hitler's deputy fuhrer who flew to Britain in May of 1941 to try and end the war with England.
Although this is a family history, it deals primarily with Claus, for it was he who played a key role in the anti-Nazi resistance movement and ultimately dared to attempt an assasination of the Fuhrer.
Swiss actor Bruno Ganz has won praise for his uncanny performance as the Fuhrer.
As their Fuhrer (leader) set out to conquer Europe, he also blamed certain groups for endangering the racial purity and superiority of the German people.
The lone connection between the Fuhrer and the novel's protagonist, Arnold, is a name, signifying nothing.
Only what Adolf Hitler, our Fuhrer, commands, allows, or does not allow is our conscience.