Kamerad

Kamerad

(kaməˈraːt; English ˈkæməˌrɑːd)
sentence substitute
(Military) a shout of surrender, used by German soldiers
[German: comrade]
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1) Some examples of post-war compilations films made from NS footage are: Erwin Leiser, Mein Kampf (1960); Annelie und Andrew Thorndyke, Du und mancher Kamerad (1959); Joachim Hess, Die Deutschen im Zweiten Weltkrieg (1985).
In this story, a German soldier named Ruch, 'ein ausgezeichneter Kamerad und ein rechter Feldsoldat', decides to take the metro on Saturday afternoon to the Paris flea market, because, as his fellow soldiers tell him, 'nur wer den Flohmarkt kenne, der kenne auch Paris'.
Wie sollten wir ihn denn nicht kennen, wo er doch unser Kamerad war.
When I finally got off the beach, we cleared a pill-box and this Kraut came out saying: `Kamerad, kamerad, nicht schiessen, bitte.
This is what I called the main object of my longing in the fifties and sixties, and I felt myself to be prepared for this world by youth almanacs like Das neue Universum (The New Universe) or Der gute Kamerad (The Good Comrade).
He is best known, together with screenwriter Annelie Thorndike, for their monumental, anti-fascist documentaries: Du und mancher Kamerad (1956), Wilhelm Pieck--Das Leben unseres Prasidenten (1951) and Das russische Wunder I and II (1963).