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What does the SS stand for?
What was the green police?
Owing to their green uniforms, Orpo were also referred to as Grüne Polizei (green police). The force was first established as a centralised organisation uniting the municipal, city, and rural uniformed police that had been organised on a state-by-state basis.
What is the difference between the SS and the SA?
The SS grew in size and power due to its exclusive loyalty to Hitler, as opposed to the SA, which was seen as semi-independent and a threat to Hitler’s hegemony over the party, mainly because they demanded a “second revolution” beyond the one that brought the Nazi Party to power.
What is the B called in German?
In German, the ß character is called eszett. It’s used in “Straße,” the word for street, and in the expletive “Scheiße.” It’s often transliterated as “ss,” and strangely enough, it’s never had an official uppercase counterpart. The letter “a” has “A” and “b” has “B,” while ß had… nothing.
Why are boats called SS?
S.S. stands for Sailing Ship, which even though she had 2 diesel engines, she still qualifies as a sailing ship because she is equipped with sails. U.S.S. is what we are accustomed to, HMS as well. According to experts it short for “Steam Ship.”
What are German police called?
The Federal Police (Bundespolizei or BPOL) is the national and principal federal law enforcement agency of the German Federal Government, being subordinate to the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community (Bundesministerium des Innern, für Bau und Heimat (BMI)).
What is the double S symbol in German called?
In German, the ß character is called eszett. It’s used in “Straße,” the word for street, and in the expletive “Scheiße.” It’s often transliterated as “ss,” and strangely enough, it’s never had an official uppercase counterpart.
What does t t mean on a boat?
T/T stands for “Tender To” as the tender to a larger vessel, ie..my last boat was a Grand Banks named the “Lazy Lady”, my inflatable was the T/T Lazy Lady.
What does ISS stand for Stellaris?
Augustus of the North I have also noticed that Stellaris uses “ISS” by default. If I’m not mistaken, “ISS” stands for either “International Space Station”, or (in the case of ships and fleets) it could mean “International Space Ship”.
What are Paris police called?
There are two national police forces called “Police nationale” and “Gendarmerie nationale”. The Prefecture of Police of Paris provides policing services directly to Paris as a subdivision of France’s Ministry of the Interior.