Definition of Kamerads
1. kamerad [v] - See also: kamerad
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kamerads
kamerads (current term)
Literary usage of Kamerads
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Iron Division, National Guard of Pennsylvania, in the World War: The by Harry George Proctor (1919)
"... fire until they were in a position to make a sudden rush and, on reaching the guns, were greeted by uplifted hands and bleats of "Americans, kamerads! ..."
2. The Irish on the Somme: Being the Second Series of "The Irish at the Front," by Michael MacDonagh (1917)
"... the Germans soon after crawled up on to their parapets and sat there to dry and stretch their legs, calling out, "kamerads, don't shoot; don't shoot, ..."
3. The Iron Division, National Guard of Pennsylvania, in the World War: The by Harry George Proctor (1919)
"... were greeted by uplifted hands and bleats of "Americans, kamerads! kamerads!" On the nature of the individual Ameri- ..."
4. The New York Times Current History (1919)
"... to feed should run aw'y. their kamerads. The leggy, nosy new 'uns, just come Oh, the English and the Irish, ..."
5. Canada at War, 1914-1918: A Record of Heroism and Achievement by John Castell Hopkins, Robert John Renison (1919)
"At the first reserve trench a long line of "kamerads" appears, like Agag, "walking delicately." Disdaining to send an escort with them, he waves them to the ..."
6. Letters of a Canadian Stretcher Bearer by R. A. L., Anna Chapin Ray (1918)
"And — I rather gathered be held his "kamerads" in contempt; he was "American." Others I talked to, who had a little English, t/jld me Bapaume and Peronne ..."
7. Hunting the Hun by James Belton, Ernest Gregory Odell (1918)
""Sing a song of five francs, Tommy feeling dry, Four and twenty 'kamerads' standing all close by; When the place was opened, Tommy shouts 'Hooray,' Up comes ..."
8. Scouting Thrills by George Burdon McKean (1919)
"I shouted down and there was instantly a chorus of ' kamerads ' from the depths of it. I trifled with my German: ' Kommen Sie up hier or we 'll shoot you ..."