Germanophobe

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Ger·man·o·phobe

 (jər-măn′ə-fōb′)
n.
One who dislikes or fears Germany, its people, and its culture.

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

Germanophobe

(dʒɜːˈmænəˌfəʊb)
n
a person who hates Germany or its people
Gerˌmanoˈphobia n

Ger•man•o•phobe

(dʒərˈmæn əˌfoʊb)

n.
a person who hates or fears Germany, Germans, or German culture.
[1910–15]
Translations

germanophobe

[dʒɜːˈmænəfəʊb] Ngermanófobo/a m/f
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When anti-German sentiment was running high in the English-language world, his works were published in translation without his consent under the pseudonym "Stephen Branch" (a literal translation of his real name).
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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.