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    KurtTank
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    Translate Markers?

    Post by KurtTank on Fri Nov 06, 2015 2:43 am

    Is it possible someone could translate the markers file? I can guess at some of them, but it would be nice to see all of them! Thanks!
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    Re: Translate Markers?

    Post by frinik on Fri Nov 06, 2015 4:45 am

    I can guess a few :

    za_stalina probably means :For Stalin!
    za-rodinu: For the Country ( or Motherland)
    smert_gitleru : Death to Hitler!
    bei_fashistov I think means : beat the Fascists!

    Others look like names kikwidze  sounds like a Georgian name,
    shors alos sounds like a name
    geleznakov a person's name or place name?

    One problem with the Russian language is that there's no letter H in its alphabet so Russian speakers use the letter G instead and they will call Hitler Gitler, Lufthansa Luftgansa etc

    I have a Russian friend and sometimes I make jokes with him about it saying about the( excessive at times) heating in his home "Ït's too got in your gouse!
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    Re: Translate Markers?

    Post by lockie on Fri Nov 06, 2015 6:17 am

    frinik wrote:
    Others look like names kikwidze  sounds like a Georgian name,
    shors alos sounds like a name
    geleznakov a person's name or place name?
    Probably jokey Kikwidze and sailor Zheleznakov were famous bolsheviks who killed many ppl during Civil 1918-20 war and thus became a red heroes.


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    Now in Ukraine adopted the low to rename the streets/towns which had the name of the red killers.
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    Re: Translate Markers?

    Post by frinik on Fri Nov 06, 2015 9:37 am

    Good initiative!

    After all imagine if you were to see HimmlerGasse, Reinhard HeydrichStrasse or Adolf Hitler Platz in Germany and Austria everybody would scream bloody murder. It's time Lenin, Stalin, Beria, Trotsky and all the other murderers also disappear from human eyes.

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