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Anti-German sentiments during WW1 referred to hamburgers as "liberty sanwiches" because "hamburgers" sounded too German.
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Sisu

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3 years ago #9776052        
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And german shepherds, which came into being during that period were called "Alsatian Sheperds", Alsatia being a place in France


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Hinoron

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4 years ago #9756711        
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...And THIS generation is trying to push the name "Freedom Fries". >.>

4 years ago #9738717        
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I vaguely remember something about us also calling German measles "Liberty measles" also.

4 years ago #9735886        
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In Spanish hamburger also means women from Hamburg , Germany.

4 years ago #9695049        
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Don't forget calling Sauerkraut "Liberty Cabbage."

4 years ago #9652798        
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More things change... *smh*

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