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Siegfried Line, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishSiegfried Line, thethe Siegfried LineSieg‧fried Line, the /ˈsiːɡfriːd ˌlaɪn/  a line of military defences that the German armies built on the Western Front during World War I and before and during World War II. There is a famous song which was sung by British soldiers that begins ‘We’re going to hang out our washing on the Siegfried Line...’
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