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A blitzkrieg is a quick surprise attack by massive ground and air forces, usually by the German military.  "Blitzkrieg" is from the German words for lighting ("blitz") and war ("krieg").
 
A blitzkrieg is a quick surprise attack by massive ground and air forces, usually by the German military.  "Blitzkrieg" is from the German words for lighting ("blitz") and war ("krieg").
''This term was first coined by the New York Times''
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''This term was firt coined by the New York Times''
  
 
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Revision as of 12:20, 15 March 2007

A blitzkrieg is a quick surprise attack by massive ground and air forces, usually by the German military. "Blitzkrieg" is from the German words for lighting ("blitz") and war ("krieg"). This term was firt coined by the New York Times