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シュタージStasi国家保安省Ministry of State SecurityWaldheim
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コラボレーターCollaborator情報提供者Informerやゃよょ
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うそLieLieうぅつっ
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エプロンApron駐機場Aircraft parking Apronえぇ
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バラライカBalalaikaMiG-21Балалайка
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チボラシユカCheburashkaMiG-23МиГ-23 Чебурашка
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Oberleutnant
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少尉Unterleutnant
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Hauptmann
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Oberstleutnant
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アルフレート•シュトラハヴィッツAlfred Strachwitz シュトラハヴィッツHyacinth Graf Strachwitz von Groß-Zauche und Camminetzhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyacinth_Graf_Strachwitz_von_Gro%C3%9F-Zauche_und_Camminetzhttp://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%83%92%E3%82%A2%E3%83%84%E3%82%A3%E3%83%B3%E3%83%88%E3%83%BB%E3%82%B7%E3%83%A5%E3%83%88%E3%83%A9%E3%83%8F%E3%83%B4%E3%82%A3%E3%83%83%E3%83%84note: Graf = Count so not added in for Alfred until further confirmation.24 August 1944 Strachwitz was badly injured in an automobile accident. The vehicle rolled over and the other occupants were killed. He sustained a fractured skull, and broken ribs, legs, arms and hands, and his survival was in doubt.
The doctors informed him that it would take him eight months to recover fully. Refusing to accept this, and showing tremendous willpower, he worked out his own rehabilitation therapy:
day1: practice sitting up and lying back down until he could do it unassisted
day2: hang legs over side of bed
day3: walk on crutches to wash basin
day4: take a bath with assistance
day5: walk to door on crutches
day6: extended walking
day7: leave hospital

Badass
Throughout the summer of 1942 Strachwitz led his tanks in the advance to the Don River and across it to Stalingrad. At Kalach on the Don his regiment destroyed more than 270 Soviet tanks within 48 hours. His unit was the first to reach the Volga River north of Stalingrad on 23 August 1942. During this campaign, Strachwitz showed such a talent for commanding panzers that his troops nicknamed him der Panzergraf (the Armoured Count).

Strachwitz led his men in a successful breakout from the Russian encirclement in Czechoslovakia to the U.S.-held region of Bavaria, where they surrendered to U.S. Army forces near Felgen.

Absolute badass.
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ジェロナ•グラZielona Góra
Poland town
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トマス•ミュンツァーThomas Müntzer
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臨時集成戦術機大隊『ハンニバル』Special composite TSF Battalion “Hannibal”
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レーザーヤークトLaserjagd
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ハイル・デム・フアーターラントfor the fatherland祖国万歳!für das Vaterland
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ハインツ•アクスマンHeinz Axmannhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artur_Axmann
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レフ•トロツキーLeon Trotskyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leon_Trotsky
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Theodore Eberbach
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Irisdina Bernhard
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Katia Waldheim
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Lyz Hohenstein
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Gretel Jeckeln
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Anett Hosenfeld
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Sylvia Krzasińska
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Pham Thi Lan
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Walter Kruger
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Beatrix Brehmer
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Kirke Steinhoff
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Inghild Bronikowski
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Stern1235
2:21 AM Jun 16
Replace: “Understood” with “Verztanden”

Stern1235
2:22 AM Jun 16
Using "z" instead of "s" here. Might be a nice idea to exemplify Sylvia's heavily accented German.

Gabriel Chew
5:29 PM Today
Good point. I'll add this to my main notes
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