noun (in certain European countries)
Origin of landsturm
Examples from the Web for landsturm
Even her professional eye no longer distinguished regiment from regiment, dragoon from grenadier, Uhlan from Hussar or Landsturm.Somewhere in France|Richard Harding Davis
When the Landsturm were called out it was rumored that the Emperor was going to leave Berlin for the front that very evening.Ways of War and Peace|Delia Austrian
A big, bearded Landsturm man with a kind face was at the pigeon-hole.The Man with the Clubfoot|Valentine Williams
Young men under twenty, and men between thirty-nine and forty-five, belong to the Landsturm.Britain at Bay|Spenser Wilkinson
In the above table the mobile militia corresponds to the German Landwehr, and the territorial militia to the Landsturm.