pro-German

pro-German

adj
in favour of or supporting Germany, its people, culture, etc: pro-German sentiment in Britain.
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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.
Despite its pro-German proclivities, Argentina remained neutral during the Great War and resisted joining the Allied cause in World War II until 1945.
He wrote a number of pro-German newspaper articles and two books: The King, the Kaiser and Irish Freedom ((1915), and What Could Germany do for Ireland (1916).
While Great Britain embarked upon its own campaign to direct the fury of the United States on Germany, the German government and pro-German Americans tried to redirect American public opinion.
First the film company found itself fighting (and winning) a libel action against the popular magazine John Bull, which claimed that Ideal Films was a hot-bed of pro-German sympathisers.
The Austro-Hungarian army subsequently attacked Montenegro, pushing on into Italian-controlled Albania, while there was internal conflict in Greece between the pro-German king and pro-Allies prime minister.
The pro-German views of the deceased Archduke Franz Ferdinand were well known.
The 22-year-old took the ball on his chest and then volleyed past Sergio Romero to spark delirium amongst the largely pro-German crowd.
Such efforts have been tried before, from Wilhelm Wassmuss's efforts to lead pro-German tribal revolts during World War I to Saddam's efforts to bring the Khuzestani Arabs to the Arab side.
A pro-German government in Holland has already fallen in local elections, and former French President Sarkozy lost ground in his re-election campaign, and eventually lost the election, precisely due to his perceived support of German policy.