Bernhard

Operational code name for German scheme to counterfeit British bank notes and put them into circulation - began in 1942.
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Bernhard

Bernhard is a German boy name. The meaning of the name is `Brave as a Bear` Where is it used? The name Bernhard is mainly used In German.How do they say it elsewhere? Bernt ( In Scandinavian) Bernát ( In Hungarian) Bernard ( In English and In French) Bernat ( In Catalan) If it`s too long people might use In German: Bernd In English: BarneyFor th...
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Bernhard

Bernhard, Duke of Weimar, was a soldier. He was born in 1604 and died in 1639, probably as the result of murder by poisoning. He was the fourth son of Duke John of Saxe-Weimar, and entered the service of Holland, and afterwards the Danish army employed in Holstein. He then joined Gustavus Adolphus, and in the battle of Lutzen, 1632, commanded the v...
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Bernhard

scheme to counterfeit British bank notes and put them into circulation; begun in 1942.
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Bernhard

[disambiguation] Bernhard is a given name and family name. Bernhard may also refer to: == Places == == Other == == See also == ...
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Bernhard

Bernhard is a common given and family name. ==People== === First name=== === Last name=== == See also == ...
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