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Tannenberg

[ German tahn-uhn-berk ]
/ German ˈtɑn ən bɛrk /
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noun
a village formerly in East Prussia, now in N Poland: major German victory over the Russians 1914.
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Polish Stębark.
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Tannenberg
/ (German ˈtanənbɛrk) /

noun
a village in N Poland, formerly in East Prussia: site of a decisive defeat of the Teutonic Knights by the Poles in 1410 and of a decisive German victory over the Russians in 1914Polish name: Stębark
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