They would've either been refered as the Nazis or Axis within authorities.
Or with soldiers, various names were given such as: Fritzs, Krauts, or Jerrys.
I would highly recommend avoiding these words as they are offensive to the German people.
What was the bulge called in 1943?
In 1943, the Battle of the Bulge was referred to by the Germans as Unternehmen Wacht am Rhein and the French called it the Bataille des Ardennes. The Allies referred to it as the Ardennes Counteroffensive. ...
Asked in World War 1, Vintage Slang
What slang terms did German soldiers use for US British and Russian soldiers in World War 1?
The Germans referred to the British as 'Tommys'.
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Why is the German offensive referred to as the battle of the bulge?
The Battle of the Bulge was a battle that took place late in December of 1944 and early January of 1945. In that battle the Germans drove deep into American lines. On a map it looks like the Germans created a bulge in the American lines. ...
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Why is the German shepherd sometimes called an alsation?
During WW II the German Shepherd was referred to as Alsation so that all connection to Germany and the Germans would be forgotten. ...
How were Germans in Australia perceived by the broader Australia community and authorities during World War 1?
German's were treated unfairly and referred to as the "enemy aliens". As Australia was in support of Britain and Germany was the enemy of Britain, many Australians hated the Germans during world war one. ...
What are people called in Germany?
If they are ethnically German, they are usually referred to either as Germans or based on the province or city that they come from (e.g. Bavarian, Frankfurter, Berliner, etc.) If they are not ethnically German, they may be called German Nationals or referred to by their actual ethnicity (e.g. German Turks or German Arabs). ...
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What were some names given to male people in World War 2?
The Marines in World War 2 were called Jarheads, Devil Dogs, leathernecks. Germans were referred to as Jerrys and Huns. ...
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What did the Germans think about Hitler?
The Germans really didn't like Hitler because he treated the Germans so poorly. He was very brutial to them and many people didn't like that Hitler did that to the Germans. Hitler killed alot of Germans in the war. Many Germans felt that Hilter was taking control over Germans and they didn't like that. The Germans wanted to be independent and not have to face Hitler. ...