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n.1.See Werewolf.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The soldier responded gruffly when asked if he spoke English, doubtless cautious because of warnings about Wehrwolf [a Nazi initiative to encourage women to befriend Allied soldiers, steal their food and weapons and, if possible, kill them].
(31) They also spent three months in Aachen interrogating over 11,000 of the 20,000 citizens remaining in the city to determine whether Hitler had made good on his threat that an underground organization, called Wehrwolf, would fight against Allied occupation forces from behind the front lines.
The city of Vinnitsa is hoping to turn the Wehrwolf bunker, where Hitler stayed during WWII, into a tourist attraction.
'Schulter an Schulter') is his parodistic juxtaposition of Viennese hypocrisy and a corrupted geflugeltes Wort of Wilhelm II's in 'Wir sind die reinen Lamperln neben dem schimmernden Wehrwolf'.
Like many before him, Travers starts with Hofmannsthal's famous lecture 'Das Schrifttum als geistiger Raum der Nation' (1927), with backward glances to Julius Langbehn's Rembrandt als Erzieher (1890), to Gustav Frenssen, Paul Ernst, to the Heimatkunst of Adolf Bartels, Friedrich Lienhard, Hermann Burte, and many others, before focusing on the immensely popular and extremely aggressive Heimatroman by Hermann Lons, Der Wehrwolf (1910).