How did the CIA get information of the meeting between Marshal sokolovsky and German members of the German industrial committee?
Answer . There were several million at the height of power(1933-1945). Most were in Germany, although some were openly in the\nUS, England, France, Austria, and other European countries.
Answer . I luger is a type of pistol used by the German army during WW1.
the Germanics were people that first came to Germany and lived there as a civilization and made it into a country as we know today
This old fashioned term is hardly used nowadays. but the phrases used are. " Guten Tag, Wie geht es Ihnen " is the formal term used during the day. " Guten Abend, Wie geht es Ihnen " is the formal term used during the evening. " Hallo, Wie geht's dir " is the informal term used to a friend …or a family member . " Hallo, Wie geht's euch " is the informal term used to friends and family. " Hallo, Wie geht's " is the colloquial term used to people you meet regularly. (MORE)
The car industry itself, originated in Germany with Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler in the 1880's with the invention of the first Mercedes Benz. The firm Benz & Cie was founded in October of 1883 in a German town named Mannheim, shortly after that DMG (Daimler- Motoren-Gesellschaft) was formed (Novem…ber of 1890) These two comapnies merged into what we now know as Mercedes Benz, the longest standing continuously produced vehicle in the world. (MORE)
Ich kann es kaum erwarten, Sie zu treffen. (formal) Ich kann es kaum erwarten, dich zu sehen. (informal)
" Wie geht es Ihnen" is the formal term used. " Wie geht's dir" is the informal term used to a friend. "Wie geht's" is the colloquial term used to people you meet regularly. wie geht's
The largest industrial are in Germany is the "Ruhrgebiet" See the link below for more information.
when a door or window is " to " then the word is " angelehnt ". " to " as a preposition can be any of the following, depending on the context in which it is used :- " nach ", " auf ", " zu ", " an " or " bis ".
English: "we" is German: "wir". It is pronounced "Vir" though; "W" in German make "V" sounds.
It is nearly impossible to answer this question. In Germany, the density of population is VERY high compared to the USA and there are many industrial cities. The most famous industrial district is the Ruhrgebiet, consisting of many (quite large) cities like Dortmund, Essen, Bochum, Gelsenkirchen, Du…isburg etc. (MORE)
The indefinite article (a/an) in German is "ein" or one of its declined forms (eine, einem, einer, etc.).
It is when all these seeds come off the flowers and animlas and humans transport them to a new area.
Ich mÃ¶chte dich treffen.. If you are not close to or familiar with the person stick to "Sie". Ich mÃ¶chte Sie treffen.
There are a couple ways. "Du" is how you would use it if talking to a friend or family member. "Sie" would be used if talking to a stranger. There is a big difference because you could come off as rude if you use the incorrect one.
they came in hopes of a better life- in America there were better job opportunities, and they could have more money. most people who came to America were under a lot of stress in their native country.
there , as in "there is a tree." is dort in German. "dort ist ein Baum"
If you are being introduced to someone and want to say Pleased to meet you then the phrase is: Ich freue mich Sie kennenzulernen
It can be translated as wann , wenn , als or wÃ¤hrend , depending on context.
family members is die Familienmitglieder in German father = Vater mother = Mutter brother = Bruder sister = Schwester son = Sohn daughter = Tochter uncle = Onkel aunt = Tante grandmother = groÃmutter grandfather = groÃvater grandson = Enkel granddaughter = Enkelin nephew = Ne…phe niece = Nichte cousin = Vetter (male) cousin = Cousine (female) (MORE)
nice to meet you ="SchÃ¶n dich kennen zu lernen." (if you meet someone for the first time in a close setting. If you want to greet e.g. your new superior you should use "SchÃ¶n Sie kennen zu lernen")
During World War I, the Germans had an army attacking from the south of Paris and an army attacking from the North of Paris. They intended to crush the French army caught in between. The English General was totally incompetent and got totally lost. He led his army right between the two German armies…. The military maneuver is called a defeat in detail. If you can't be good, be lucky. (MORE)
Germanic refers to ancient tribes, sometimes as an origin to multiple ethnic groups and to a group of languages. German refers to the country, the language and the people nowadays though before it was more or less the equivalent of Germanic.
Members means Mitglieder in German. the members = die Mitglieder the member = das Mitglied
" Antwort " is a German equivalent of "answer." Specifically, the German word is a feminine noun. Its singular definite article is " die " ("the"). Its singular indefinite article is " eine " ("a, one").
It would depend on what sort of information you were looking for, Books, Internet, Forums, Breeders, Veterinarian and also from Ownership are good sources.
from = aus or von from as it "I am from Germany" would be " aus " ("Ich bin aus Deutschland") But " from here to there" would use the German word " von " ("Von hier bis dort")
Depending on the context the German word for after that is nach, danach or nachdem e.g. Er ging ihr nach - he went after her; nach dem Mittagessen gingen wir spazieren, danach gingen wir ins Kino - after lunch we went for a walk, after which we went to the cinema;
German Americans are people who were born in the United States and have ancestors who were born in Germany. Depending on how long German American families have lived in the United States the families may keep all or parts of German culture within family traditions. A second generation German Americ…an will most likely speak German fluently while someone whose great grandparents emigrated from Germany will probably not speak German at all. (MORE)
German: Wo bist Du? Swiss German*: Wo Bisch? Wo Bisch Du? * There are four official languages used in Switzerland, German, French, Italian and Romansch. Swiss German is a dialect (stemming from German), and varys from place to place. This is a widely used translation, but wont be used i…n every Kanton/ place. (MORE)
Depending on context, you can do it can be translated as: Du kannst es machen. Du kannst es schaffen.
To meet you = Dich zu treffen (singular, informal) To meet you = Euch zu treffen (plural, informal) To meet you = Sie zu treffen (singular, informal) Nice to meet you = Es ist Nett, Dich zu treffen I would like to meet you = Ich mÃ¶chte Dich treffen
'She' in German is 'sie'. Pronounced zee. Actually, Sie is formal way to say 'you'. She in German is Frau. Pronounced FRAW. You are supposed to roll your r in that, but it is not required.
That in German is "dass." As a pronoun it can be known as, "die, das, der, welche, den, jener, and jenes." I hope you found the answer helpful.
haben - to have ich habe - I have du hast - You have er/sie/es hat - He/she/it has wir haben - We have ihr hattet - You all have sie haben - They have Sie haben - You (formal) have
Ich hoffe, wir sehen uns wieder. Ich hoffe, wir kÃ¶nnen uns wiedersehen. Ich hoffe, wir werden uns wiedersehen.
Der (male) Die (female) Das (Neutral) Die (plural) It depends on what you want to say. School is feminine in German so you would say 'Die Schule'.
The word for "and" in German is und. Here are a couple of examples in German. Hans und Franz = Hans and Franz; Essen und Trinken = to eat and to drink.
Alright, this question is missing a subject in English. The verb to have is haben, and if you are asking a question it would be as follows: Do you have [subject]? FORMAL YOU: Haben Sie [subject]? INFORMAL YOU: Hast du [subject]? YOU PLURAL: Habt ihr [subject]?
The Diet of Worms took place in the city of Worms (pronounced as in warms but with a v )
Du is the most informal way of saying you in german when speaking to adults, you should say Sie hope this helps :)
Informal: "Was mÃ¶chtest du?" (pronounced: "vas mÅÃ§tÉst doo") Formal: "Was mÃ¶chten Sie?" (pronounced: "vas mÅÃ§tÉn zee") The ch-sound in mÃ¶chten is pronounced as a drawn out h-sound as in the English words huge, human The Ã¶-sound is similar to the vowel sound…s in English words early, yearn but slightly shorter. (MORE)
"Ich komme um dich zu treffen." If you are saying I am coming to visit you, you would say "Ich komme um dich zu besuchen."
if you need more information on this, go to google translations "danke zu der Information"
'to meet up' in German would be 'zu treffen'. The German verb for 'meet' is treffen, so zu treffen would be to meet up. You would not add the German word for up to this phrase.
(direct translation) what about you- was ist mit dir however the more informal way would be- und ihnen? (and you?) after you say that to a person, and they say something back that you also have in common; you could say 'Ich auch' (me too) I've taken German a few years in schoo…l.. I'm right and that this helps c: (MORE)
(I'm) sending you = ich schicke dir (informal, singular) (I'm) sending you = ich schicke euch (informal, plural) (I'm) sending you = ich schicke Ihnen (formal)
The same way citizens of any other country does - by talk, telephone, internet, text etc...
One can find information on the German culture by researching online, or at the local library. Wikipedia offers a wealth of information, as does any library encyclopedia, such as Encyclopedia Britannica. Another great book on the German culture is, 'Culture Shock: Germany' by Richard Lord. It's avai…lable at Amazon or Barnes And Nobles. (MORE)
The requirements you have to meet to become a member of the German Coast Guard include High School Completed and good physical fitness. You can learn more about the German Coast Guard from their website.