Junker

[n] - member of the Prussian aristocracy noted especially for militarism
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Junker

Member of the landed aristocracy in Prussia; favoured by Frederick the Great and Bismarck, they controlled land, industry, trade, and the army, and exhibited privilege and arrogance. From the 15th...
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Junker

Jun'ker noun [ G. Confer Yonker .] A young German noble or squire; esp., a member of the aristocratic party in Prussia.
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Junker

• (n.) A young German noble or squire; esp., a member of the aristocratic party in Prussia.
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Junker

(German: `country squire`), member of the landowning aristocracy of Prussia and eastern Germany, which, under the German Empire (1871–1918) and the ... [8 related articles]
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Junker

Junker is American slang for a dilapidated car.
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Junker

[SS rank] SS-Junker or Standartenjunker was a paramilitary Nazi rank that was used by the Schutzstaffel (SS) between the years of 1933 and 1945. The rank was a special position held by those aspiring for officer commissions in the armed wing of the SS, first known as the SS-Verfügungstruppe and later as the Waffen-SS. The SS rank of Junker...
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Junker

[Russia] Junker (Юнкер in Russian, or yunker) has several meanings in the Imperial Russia. The word is from the German language, where it means `young lord`. ==Junker schools== Junker schools in Russia were introduced in 1864. They were usually located next to district headquarters in a given region. Junker schools prepared low-rank mi...
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Junker

[Prussia] Junkers (ər {respell|YUUNG|kər}; lang), derived from the noble title Junker, came to refer to, especially in popular usage, the members of the landed nobility in Prussia from the 19th century. They owned great estates that were maintained and worked by peasants with few rights. They were an important factor in Prussian and, afte...
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Junker

Junker (Junker, Jonkheer) is a noble honorific, derived from Middle High German Juncherre, meaning `young nobleman` or otherwise `young lord` (derivation of jung and Herr). Junker was originally the honorific of members of the higher edelfrei (immediate) nobility without or before the accolade. It evolved to a general denotation of a young or ...
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Junker

(grape variety) Synonym for the grape variety Chasselas; look there.
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Junker

(wine) In Austria wine law designation for land and quality wines marketed not later than 30 April of the year following the harvest (see also other permitted designations under Primus ). The Junker is preceded by the origin, for example Styrian Junker, See also below young wine,
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