Herrenvolk

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Herren (gentlemen, masters) +‎ Volk (people)

Noun[edit]

Herrenvolk n (genitive: Herrenvolk(e)s, plural: Herrenvölker)

  1. master race
  1. (obsolete) The term for the class of General Officers in the Prussian and German armies (c.1870-1945).