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One who dislikes or fears Germany, its people, and its culture.

Ger·man′o·phobe′ adj.
Ger·man′o·pho′bi·a n.


a person who hates Germany or its people
Gerˌmanoˈphobia n


(dʒərˈmæn əˌfoʊb)

a person who hates or fears Germany, Germans, or German culture.


[dʒɜːˈmænəfəʊb] Ngermanófobo/a m/f
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In 2012, anti-German sentiment at protests in Athens led to bookings from Germans falling around 30 percent.
Zemmour's anti-German sentiment recalls the anti-Boche cries of an earlier era--a jarring and unpleasant note.
However, although the wartime government made little effort to save Edith's life, they were quick to exploit her death, shamelessly using her martyrdom to boost anti-German sentiment.
She wasn't unpatriotic, but she is constantly questioning things, such as the anti-German sentiment towards Germans who had been living in England and those of German descent.
Anti-German sentiment flared into violence and rioting in Liverpool and, as the violence spread, many Germans were advised to leave the city or were arrested for their own safety and later interned.
Anti-German sentiment has grown during Greece's prolonged economic crisis and many of those struggling with record unemployment and falling living standards blame Germany's insistence on fiscal rigor for their economic woes.
The economic crisis has rekindled anti-German sentiment that goes back to the Nazi occupation of Greece during the Second World War.
Some Germans - a nationality that along with Britons has traditionally come to Greece in larger numbers than any other - are staying away due to reports of anti-German sentiment and fears of being stranded by anti-austerity strikes.
thoughts" about Greece holding a referendum on its euro zone membership, a suggestion that provoked outrage in the Greek media and inflamed anti-German sentiment.
PERHAPS the clique of unenlightened, obsessive, overt supporters of the monarchy should recall that, in 1917, due to anti-German sentiment, George V - being at the head of a family with distinctive German heritage - replaced the distinctive German-sounding House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha with the common or garden House of Windsor.