How the Brits See Germans Trendy Krauts Versus Goose-stepping Nazis

Ill-mannered krauts, football teams with spiked helmets and a rottweiler for a pope: The clichés the British have about Germans are seldom particularly pleasant and more often than not have something to do with World War II. But the essay competition "But don't mention the war" has given British students the chance to discover a very different country.
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British Stereotypes of the Germans: Goosesteps and Spiked Helmets

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