Landwehr

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Etymology[edit]

German, from Land (land, coutry) + Wehr (defense).

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Landwehr (plural Landwehrs)

  1. (historical) A segment of the armed forces of Germany, Austria, or Switzerland, often made up of older people, used for defense of the homeland.

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