[brem-er-hey-vuh n; German brey-muh r-hah-fuh n]
- a seaport in NW Germany, at the mouth of the Weser River.
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Examples from the Web for bremerhaven
The greater part of the supplies can be brought by tugs from Bremen to Bremerhaven.Operations Upon the Sea
The report goes in that we are all right, and we steam to Bremerhaven without let or hindrance.
There'll be good money for this at Bremerhaven, and more to come afterwards.
Remarks on the text: Page 17: Bremenhaven possibly typo for Bremerhaven.The Wonder Book of Knowledge
"It was Bremerhaven this time," he replied, striking a match.Aliens
- a port in NW Germany: an outport for Bremen. Pop: 118 276 (2003 est)Former name (until 1947): Wesermünde
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