A person who lives in Spain is called a Spaniard, or Spanish.
LOL hell no, Spain needed Germans help during Spanish civil war, so it very unlikely almost impossible for Spain to take other Germany.
The French, Spanish, and Germans... (France, Spain, Germany)
Spain might win but but don't under esimate the Germans cus dey r a good side aswell
The people of Spain are called Spanish or Spaniards.
Germany is much more densely populated than Spain. The population of Germany is 81. 89 million people. The population of Spain is 47. 27 people.
In English, people from Spain are called Spaniardsor Spanish, depending on the nature of the sentence.
The Spanish Civil War was a rehearsal for Germany to test out some of its weapons and leaders. The Germans sent the Condor Legion to fight in Spain.
Spain is south of Germany
They are called Spaniards
Germany is closer to Spain. Germany is in Europe, as is Spain. The distances are not even close.
Spain won the match Spain 1-0 Germany
Spain was never occupied by Germany.
what were the names of the people born in Spain what were the names of the people born in Spain
They are called Spanish or Spaniards.
Both Germany and Spain are on the European continent.
France is the country between Spain and Germany.
No, they are called "The Spanish" or "Spaniards".
The province between Spain and Germany is Gaul. This province was later overtaken by a barbaric tribe called the Franks. This is where we get the name of the modern country, France.
Inclusively, they are called Spaniards. Commonly, they are called by the region of Spain that is their home: Andalusians, Catalonians, etc.
They are called Spanish (often called Spaniards, as well).
No, Germany is 357,021 km2 and Spain is 504,030 km2.
Spain defeated Germany.