== == Germany doesn´t have a nickname... but we Germans are called Krauts by some nations. :))) Kraut was a common GI term for the German soldier and comes from the abbreviation of sauerkraut, the sour cabbage, a common food eaten by Germans.
Sauerkraut is produced and originates from Germany. The clue is in the name "kraut" (common nickname for a German).
Kraut, Jerry, but mostly Huns.
The nickname for German soldier in WW I was "Kraut" (cabbage)
cabbage = Kohl cabbage = Kraut (southern Germany, Austria)
Yes, one of many slang nicknames used.
It is the British's nickname for the German is 'Jerry'. In WW1 they used "Hun". Some continued that usage into WW2. The American's nickname for the German is 'kraut'. The German's nickname for the British is 'Tommy', and for the Americans is 'Ami'.
If u are referring to the World War II era slang "kraut", it was a reference to the Nazi soldiers. It is from sour kraut, a cabbage based vegetable created in Germany.
Yes. It is eaten often in Germany, however it's spelled Sauerkraut in English and German.
Bojan Kraut died in 1991.
Bojan Kraut was born in 1908.
Germany is known as the "Fatherland".
Laura Kraut was born on 1965-11-14.
Dominik Kraut was born on 1990-01-15.
Allen I. Kraut has written: 'Getting Action from Organizational Surveys'
Robert E. Kraut was born on 1946-08-30.
Cold as Kraut is a similie and is comparing one thing to another. This particular similie means that you are as cold as a german. This is said because Kraut is what the English used to call Germans in world war two and it basically means that you are as cold hearted as a Nazi or a Kraut. As it was explained to me years ago by an elderly gentleman, "cold as Kraut" meant cold as saurkraut. Before the days of refrigeration, saurkraut was stored in large stone vats underground. And they got very very cold.
La choucroute is a regional specialty from the Alsace region, and from the neighbouring region of Germany where the recipe is known as sauer-kraut.
Ivan Kraut died on August 26, 2009, in Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil of tumor.
"The Nazis" is the nickname for the German National Socialist Party
It's a German word meaning *Leaves *Cabbage There's a German speciality called Sauerkraut - pickled cabbage. In both World Wars the krauts was used in English as a nickname for the Germans.
His nickname was the "Iron Chancellor".
Kraut is a German word recorded in English from 1918 onwards as a derogatory term for a German, particularly a German soldier.