from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A German prisoner of war camp for officers and enlisted personnel.
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- noun A
German prisoner of war camp
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Before, I get blasted by a bunch of clinton II lovers, I apologize for using the term stalag, which is german for camp, to identify camp clinton II.
They built small huts in a kind of "stalag" to house the refuges for ten years.
This matter will be taken up with the Commander of stalag
Work Camp 10232 GW 2010
Would like to know who manufactures sofa in picture with stalag table
In this stalag (Simon Fraser Junior High) we were not allowed to wear jeans and one day my homeroom science teacher said, “I need to talk to you about your jeans.”
April 3, 2010 at 11:33 am stalag thirrtyne, ai noez nuffink!
Herz nawt can haz teh “stalag” part, butt ! ifn U noetiss, wun haz teh “C” n wun haz teh “G”:
Dere can haz nebber bin uh suksessfull iskayp frum stalag thirrtyne!
There is her lover, Callum Finella, a twenty-year-old Scottish prisoner of war who was brought from the stalag to her familys farm as forced labor.
Neever ob urs has teh tyte or teh myte, just the stalag, so itz hard tu kno iffn u gawts dem ryte or nawt.