Konstantin

Operational code name for the German occupation of the Balkans areas previously occupied by Italian forces - September 1943
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Konstantin

Konstant In is a German boy name. The meaning of the name is `Constant, Firm` Where is it used? The name Konstant In is mainly used In German, Scandinavian, Hungarian, Russian, Serbian and In Bulgarian.How do they say it elsewhere? Constantine ( In History) See also In Welsh: Cystenian In Russian: Kostya (M) In Polish: Konstantyn In French: Cons...
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Konstantin

The first name Konstantin is a derivation from the Latin name Constantinus (Constantine) in some European languages, such as Russian and German. As a Christian given name, it refers to the memory of the Roman emperor Constantine the Great. A number of notable persons in the Byzantine Empire, and (via mediation by the Christian Orthodox Church) in ...
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