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NTS vocabulary

chapters 1-4

TermDefinition
Lanky tall, thin
Rucksack like a backpack
Halte the German word for stop
Obstinate stubborn, resistant to change
Nazi members of the German fascist party controlling Germany from 1933-1945 under Adolf Hitler
Occupation possession of a country by military force
Resistence A secretive organization fighting for a county which under military occupation
Sabotage destruction of property to disrupt normal operations
Trousseau a bride's collection of clothes and linens
Fiancé a man to whom a woman is engaged to be married
Rationed to restrict to limited amounts
Haughtily scornfully, condescendingly
Kroner foreign money
Swastika the emblem of Nazi Germany
Curfew a required time when one has to be home
Disdainfully to treat with contempt; despise
Synagogue a place of worship for the Jewish faith
Rabbi a Jewish trained leader
Submerged to cover with water
Created by: mary.knox0107