Lithuanian place names, which had been Germanized
(at first partially and only in 1938 completely), were now russified.
Abenheim, Soldiers and Politics Transformed, 28: "In its head and limbs in 1990, the NVA remained a Germanized
version of the Soviet Army.
VILNIUS - Lithuanians and Latvians are the only surviving nations speaking in languages of the Balts, while the third big ethnos of the Balts, the Prussians, disappeared after it was partially extinguished and partially Germanized
in the Middle Ages - only their land was still called Prussia until the end of WWII.
Estonians, although declining in importance, was still present in the decade of the 1930s.
Town and street names were Germanized
, schools closed, and property expropriated.
The northern part of present-day Belgium became an overwhelmingly Germanized
and Germanic-Frankish-speaking area, whereas in the southern part people continued to be Roman and spoke derivatives of Latin.
Composed in a self-consciously Germanized
Yiddish register, Bukanski's introduction aims to demonstrate the cultural and literary value of Euripides' Medea to an audience predisposed to doubt its worth.
Described to Senator Johnson in Germanized
English that confuses the terminal "d" with a "t," their plan, laughably, leads the Texas senator to wonder why we would launch a "pot" into outer space.
The scheme, now in its 11th year, starts at the Polish town of Oswiecim, which was Germanized
to become Auschwitz when the Nazis invaded east.
The "German"-American Jews often had roots there, or were descended from Germanized
Jews who had recently immigrated to Germany or the German-speaking parts of Austria-Hungary.
59) Magda, the tragic heroine of Henryk Sienkiewicz's 1882 short story Bartek Zwyciezca ["Bartek the Conquerer"], berates her Germanized
husband Bartek for his lack of patriotism and piety: "He's forgotten God and he's forgotten Polish [.
The widespread arrogance and manipulativeness of the colonizing Germans, and their propensity to infantilize ethnic Germans, caused for tensions between different groups of settlers (Baltic Germans, for example, were considered more Germanized
than those from other areas) and between settlers and settlement advisers.