Definition of Germanophile in English:

Germanophile

Syllabification: Ger·man·o·phile
Pronunciation: /jərˈmanəˌfīl
 
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noun

A person who is fond of or greatly admires Germany or German people or culture.
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  • Wawro appears almost to be a Germanophile as he fawns over the ingenious political strategies of Prussian Chancellor Bismarck.
  • He was the visionary force behind the creation of the British Legion and as a Germanophile advocated greater rapprochement with Germany.
  • It would also be interesting to study so-called Germanophiles, who actively studied the Anglo-Saxon past.

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