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This is the favorite of @

This is the favorite of @militaria_m_s_d_ It's a original SS-Ring, he found it in the woods... this is one of the coolest items I have ever seen!!! I congratulations for this amazing find ! Hit the like button if you would like to have such one as I do and take a look at his page for other amazing stuff! @militaria_m_s_d_ thanks to you for sharing this amazing item and good look in the future! ;) ------------------------------------------ If you are also interested to show your favorite come on and DM me a picture! ;) ------------------------------------------ Tag a friend It helps the page I hope you like it ------------------------------------------ #WW2 #WWii #war #wartime #medal #german #history #germanhistory #intresting #soldiers #collecting #wehrmacht #zeppelin #big #bomb #intresting #germanhistory #ErwinRommel #desertfox #USA #cool #history

Letzte Woche wollten wir

Letzte Woche wollten wir nochmal einem Bock nachstellen der uns beim Rundfahren mehrmals besttigt wurde. Doch an diesem Abend sollte alles anders kommen. Im letzten Licht zog eine kleine berlufer Rotte ber die Wiese, wo sonst der Bock immer stand. Sofort wurde das kleinste Stck ins Glas aufgenommen und die Kugel verlie den lauf! Ein 33 Kilo berlufer lag nun auf der Strecke! Wmh! #sauer404xt #sauer404 #sauerxt #sauer#schwarzwildjagd #wildboar #wildboarhunting #schwarzwildfieber #wildschwein #hunting #jagd #jagen #schwarzwildjagd #jakt #huntingforlife #huntinglife #huntingseason #german #passion #passionforhunting #gun #gunporn #gunfanatic #sauer #sauerundsohn #sauerpower #3006 #rws #keiler25 #liemkekeiler25 #jagdfux #naturwerkjagd

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The German language, mainly spoken in Germany, Austria and Switzerland Something derived from or related to Germany Germans, an ethnic group A citizen of the Federal Republic of Germany, or any political predecessor (or part of it), under German nationality law (historically) Something derived from or related to Germania. While now obsolete, it is still found in old names, translations of Latin and Greek works, and similar material. Any one of the original Germanic languages, including Proto-Germanic Any of the historical or modern Germanics

German (parish), on the Isle of Man German (Republic of Macedonia) German, Albania, a village in Tirana County, Albania German, Bulgaria, a quarter of Sofia German, Iran, a village in Semnan Province of Iran German, New York, a town in the United States German Township (disambiguation), any of several townships Agios Germanos, in Greece

German Shepherd, a breed of dog Germans (band), a Canadian rock band The German, another name for the cotillion, an 18th- and 19th-century social dance The German, a 2008 short film The Germans, an episode of Fawlty Towers

One of the major languages of the world, German is the first language of about 95 million people worldwide and the most widely spoken native language in the European Union. German also is the fourth most widely taught non-English language in the US (after Spanish, French and American Sign Language) and third in the EU (after English and French; at lower secondary level), the second most commonly used scientific language as well as the fourth most widely used language on websites (after English, Russian and Japanese). The German-speaking countries are ranked fifth in terms of annual publication of new books, with one tenth of all books (including e-books) in the world being published in the German language. German derives most of its vocabulary from the Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family. A portion of German words are derived from Latin and Greek, and fewer are borrowed from French and English. With slightly different standardized variants (German, Austrian, and Swiss Standard German), German is a pluricentric language. Like English, German is also notable for its broad spectrum of dialects, with many unique varieties existing in Europe and also other parts of the world. Due to the limited intelligibility between certain varieties and Standard German, as well as the lack of an undisputed, scientific difference between a "dialect" and a "language", some German varieties or dialect groups (e.g. Low German or Plautdietsch) are alternatively referred to as "languages" and "dialects".