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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_terms_used_for_Germans

There are many alternative terms for the people of Germany. In English the demonym is ... Some other terms are humorous or pejorative slang, and used mainly by .... Jerry was a nickname given to Germans during the Second World War by ...

www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Jerry

Jerry was used by the British in the Great War as a nickname for the Germans. One possible origin is that Jerry was thought to be a common name among ...

www.dictionary.com/browse/jerry

Jerry definition, of inferior materials or workmanship. ... World War I British Army slang for "a German, the Germans," 1919, probably an alteration of German, but ...

www.toytowngermany.com/forum/topic/38949-why-are-brits-tommy-and-germans-jerry

Jerry, was the smart one, and always won, where as Tom was a real dunce. ... " Jerry was a World War I British Army slang for "German," 1919, ...

www.citrus.k12.fl.us/staffdev/social%20studies/PDF/Slang%20of%20the%20American%20Civil%20War.pdf

Slang of the. American Civil War. A. 1. A number 1: topnotch, the best. .... From the British slang (cater) for throwing ..... Tom and Jerry: a hot grog of whiskey, m.

www.artofmanliness.com/2015/07/31/wwii-slang

Jul 31, 2015 ... No war inspired more new slang than World War II. ... Jeepable. Impassable except by a jeep (said of a rough road). Jerry. A German; anything ...

www.bl.uk/world-war-one/articles/slang-terms-at-the-front

Julian Walker explores the growth of slang used by soldiers in the trenches from describing ... that the soldier had two enemies, the opposing forces and the war itself. .... of the reality of being shelled, the enemy is 'Jerry' rather than 'the Boche'.

www.theguardian.com/education/2014/jul/23/first-world-war-slang-glossary

Jul 23, 2014 ... During the first world war, troops fighting in the trenches used slang to communicate. Here's a guide to its meaning.

www.quora.com/Why-were-Germans-called-Jerry-in-WWI

-World War I British Army slang for "a German; the Germans," 1919, probably an alteration of German based on the male nickname Jerry, ...