Definition of remilitarize in English:

remilitarize

Syllabification: re·mil·i·ta·rize
Pronunciation: /riˈmilitərīz
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Supply (a place that has previously been demilitarized) with new military resources: the Rhineland was remilitarized in 1936
    More example sentences
    • Turkey eventually rejected the terms of that treaty, and subsequently Turkey remilitarized the straits area.
    • German forces remilitarized the territory in 1936, as part of a diplomatic test of will, three years before the outbreak of the Second World War.
    • Why was Hitler allowed to remilitarize the Rhineland, annex Austria, and invade Czechoslovakia before the Allies confronted him over his incursion into Poland in September 1939?

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remilitarization

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