That's the characteristic Prussian (and later German) military 'step' used in formal march-pasts and on parade. The main feature is that the soldiers don NOT bend their knees when goose-stepping. It was adopted by most East European armies, too. Look, if you can, at old newsreels and the like, even old photos. There's something unmistakable about marching from the hip, without bending the knee. :)
The cast of Sidestep Goose Step - 2012 includes: Joey Klein as Joseph Geza Kovacs as Gerhard
lifting the knees to waist lineIt is "goose step" marching.
Because Alex tyers tried to goose step him.
Yet another great question to be answered by SPACE AND GOOSE(: Step One: turn the computer screen sideways. Step Two: Go to wikianswers.com Step Three: Pray to little baby Jesus that you don't get eaten.(: Step Four: Make up random questions, and ANSWER THEM(: If the above steps are completed, you are on your way to being as cool as we are(: Respectfully Submitted, Goose and Space(:
one step below a light weight Immeasurable with any home scales.
The goose step is a special march step performed in military parades. It is done by swinging your legs in horizontal position with knees locked.Like other march steps, the "Stechschritt" originated in the 18th century as a method to keep troops lined up properly as they advanced towards enemy lines.
The "goose step" was a method used by the German army while on parade. The step involves marching with high steps by keeping your legs straight. The Germans also had tacks attached to bottom of the boots that made a loud click when the heel contacted the pavement. The name does not make a lot of sense. But if you every watched a goose or duck walk, they do seem to walk stiff-legged. Of course, they usually "waddle" side to side when they walk, which is not exactly a military style. Maybe it was a name that was meant to poke fun at the German step. During his trip to Berlin in 1937, Mussolini was impressed by the German goose step. As soon as he returned home, he tried to teach it to his troops.
A female goose is a hen or a goose. A male goose is called a gander or a goose.
Dis wanneer jy iemand step deur staderger te gaan en dan gaan jy vinnger en gaan om hom
goose goose goose goose
a female goose is called a "goose or a hen" a male goose is called a "gander"
A gander is a male goose. The female goose is just called a goose.
The gender specific noun for a male goose is gander.The gender specific noun for a female goose is goose.[goose=female, gander=male]
Males have a goose sticks.
The original running style is rugby is the "bucking" run. Using a goose step while bucking the upper body.
There are a number of geese species that are found in Portugal. These include the bean goose, the pink-footed goose, the white-fronted goose, the greylag goose, the snow goose, as well as the Brent goose.
The masculine gender of a goose is gander.
There is no special name for a castrated male goose. An adult male goose is called a gander. An adult female goose is just called a goose.
A male goose is called a gander, a female is called a goose, and a baby goose is called a gosling.
A young goose or what the question refers to as a "baby goose" is a gosling.
Goose flesh or goose pimples
A female goose is a 'goose', a male goose is a 'gander'.