Blitzkrieg

Blitzkrieg (German, `lightning war`listen) is an anglicised term{#tag:ref|Fanning contends that the word was not the invention of western journalists, but existed in different forms in a variety of languages. He asserts it was not used by German military theorists or by the German Army prior to 1939. In the thousands of military journals produce.....
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blitzkrieg

[v] - fight a quick and surprising war
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blitzkrieg

verb fight a quick and surprising war
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Blitzkrieg

[game] Blitzkrieg was an early strategic-level wargame first published in 1965 by the Avalon Hill Game Company. The game depicted a war between two fictional countries on the map of an imaginary continent. The level of military technology was that of the Second World War. The game was implemented using cardboard counters to represent milita...
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Blitzkrieg

[video game] Blitzkrieg (Блицкриг) is a real-time tactics computer game based on the events of World War II and is the first title in the Blitzkrieg (video game series). The game allows players to assume the role of commanding officer during the battles of World War II that occurred in Europe and North Africa. Each country has its r...
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Blitzkrieg

German for 'lightning war'. A military strategy used by the Germans at the beginning of World War II to achieve victory through a series of quick offensives, especially in Belgium, Holland and France. After an initial bombardment, armour and motorised infantry were mobilised rapidly to break the weakest parts of the enemy line
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Blitzkrieg

lightning war
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Blitzkrieg

lightning war
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Blitzkrieg

Lightning War - a term used to describe the rapid German invasions using fast, piercing armoured formations
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Blitzkrieg

lightning war; fast-moving battle tactics developed principally by German military theorists, most notably Erwin Rommel, Heinz Guderian, and Erich von Manstein, using massed tanks and ground-attack bombers to speedily penetrate enemy lines at points and move to their rear, causing confusion and panic among enemy forces.
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Blitzkrieg

lightning war; not a widely-used German military term, this word became popular in the Allied press and initially referred to fast-moving battle tactics developed principally by German military theorists, most notably Erwin Rommel, Heinz Guderian, and Erich von Manstein, using massed tanks and ground-attack bombers to speedily penetrate enemy lines...
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blitzkrieg

military tactic calculated to create psychological shock and resultant disorganization in enemy forces through the employment of surprise, speed, and ... [5 related articles]
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Blitzkrieg

Swift military campaign, as used by Germany at the beginning of World War II (1939-41). It was characterized by rapid movement by mechanized forces, supported by tactical air forces acting as...
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Blitzkrieg

Swift military campaign, as used by Germany at the beginning of World War II (1939–41). It was characterized by rapid movement by mechanized forces, supported by tactical air forces acting as `flying artillery` and is best exemplified by the campaigns in Poland in 1939 and France in 1940. The abbreviated Blitz was applied to the atte...
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