pro-German

pro-German

adj
in favour of or supporting Germany, its people, culture, etc: pro-German sentiment in Britain.
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His columns as the Great War is breaking out in Europe are baldly pro-German, though he denies that this sympathy is an outgrowth of his own heritage.
During the 1930s Lloyd George was regarded as pro-German and after the visit the Welshman described Hitler in glowing terms.
There is special focus on the issue of dissent and free speech, and on the treatment of German Americans suspected of pro-German sentiment.
For example, in the 1920 referendum in Greece the people voted for the return of the pro-German King Constantine I, thus pushing the countries of the entente to back Kemal Ataturk in the Greco-Turkish war, the result being the Asia Minor disaster.
At that time, the Polish government followed the political line of Germany (now pro-government publicist Stanislaw Janecki suggests that Angela Merkel could have promised the post of European Council President to Tusk when he was still Polish PM) and, at that time, the pro-German Polish policy meant friendly relations with Russia--Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov even was then the only (and very dear) guest at the annual congress of the Polish diplomats (of course, now, after Russia invaded Ukraine, Sikorski describes Putin's regime as a fascist one).
The Germans are seen as showing regard for Chinese national development, and this ties in with the more general pro-German sentiment in China.
Most novels about Britain during the war take place in London or other urban areas, so it's a pleasure to have a novel that incorporate class, politics, and struggles from a countryside perspective; especially with reference to pro-German societies in England.
In order to escape the Nazis and save his life, he came to Australia, only to be viewed as a potentially pro-German enemy alien and interned in a camp, which later circumscribed his employment options.
She feels very aligned with what's happening in the rest of the UK and the war in Europe, and yet lives in a Catholic village and many of her neighbours are anti-ally, pro-German.
Starting with their reading of Leo Frobenius's neoromantic ethnology of colonial Africa, both developed a pro-German posture that provided some leverage against the Jacobin nation-state model of polity imposed by France.
The ARG added following the death of Anna Jaffe the collection was seized by pro-German French authorities.
He had gone to school in Germany, held honorary rank in the German military, and though he had insisted on Greek neutrality in World War I, he showed a decidedly pro-German tilt: When French troops landed near Athens during the war, the Greek Army fired on them.