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There is no doubt that such sales increase revenue for the likes of Amazon and Walmart-owned Flipkart—even if it is mostly owing to the marketing blitzkrieg that hoodwinks consumers into spending big for small savings.Why India wants to put an end to Amazon and Flipkart’s flash sales|Ananya Bhattacharya|June 22, 2021|Quartz
It’s akin to a blitzkrieg of fast and furious digital action, forcing one’s eyes to dart around the frame in sync with Amy’s conduct.Tracing an ISIS Fighter’s Terrifying Seduction of a Female Journalist|Nick Schager|May 14, 2021|The Daily Beast
This mood only began to change after the Nazi blitzkrieg of Poland drew Britain into the Second World War.Blood and War: The Hard Truth About ‘Boots on the Ground’|Clive Irving|September 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Fueled by atrocity and a blitzkrieg of gains in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State has enjoyed a meteoric climb to notoriety.
Unfortunately, in Western and especially U.S. media, there has been a recent blitzkrieg of Putin-as-Hitler comparisons.Why America Must Stop Comparing Ukraine To World War II|Will Cathcart|March 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Obama and Hitler use the ‘blitzkrieg’ method to overwhelm their enemies.
Or, in Professor Gates' case, I can't decide whether to politely ask you to leave my house, or threaten to blitzkrieg your career.
The shortcomings of Blitzkrieg ironically rest in its strengths.Shock and Awe|Harlan K. Ullman
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A form of warfare used by German forces in World War II. In a blitzkrieg, troops in vehicles, such as tanks, made quick surprise strikes with support from airplanes. These tactics resulted in the swift German conquest of France in 1940 (see fall of France). Blitzkrieg is German for “lightning war.”