Discussion in 'Old & Bold' started by supermatelot, Dec 20, 2010.
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YouTube - Nena 99 Luftballons (german english subtitles)
I remember hearing this in my earliest BBC computer lessons in the UK
YouTube - Kraftwerk Computer World (2009 Remastered Version)
Tenpole Tudor - Wunderbar, all the German most of you will ever need.
Nena, shove this up your third man's hatch and smoke it you arrogant Heini old trout you!
YouTube - Tenpole Tudor Wunderbar Music Video
You still would though wouldn't you.
Remember it well, On soltau plains circa 82/83. German version was brills and probably made more sense.
This is far more appropriate in a military forum.
Makes a good ringtone on your phone too
YouTube - Panzerlied with subtitles - the German tank song
Loved Nena, but for a German lesson, you need to start at the basics: YouTube - Schnappi Das Kleine Krokodil
Much better than Tommy Trinder and George Formby and the rest of the stuff our poor sods had to put up with. Better songs , better uniforms and kit, good job Hitler was doing such a good job for the Allies.
YouTube - Hitler Ryanair Rant German lessons with Hitler and Ryanair
Try this one
YouTube - Panzerlied: The Misheard Lyrics
Come back Fraulein Corinna Schnabel all is for given.
A few more melodies
YouTube - Erika...Deutsche Wehrmacht in Farbe
YouTube - O du schöner Westerwald -Full color-
YouTube - Soldatenlied Heidi Heido
Wenn wir soldaten
YouTube - German Military Anthem: Wenn die Soldaten
Corinna and her parrot, nicht zu fiel polizie.
OK try a cooking class!
YouTube - Die deutsche Kochschau
or a phone in quiz
YouTube - Stermann & Grissemann - Das deutsche Telefon-Quiz
Class. I actually got to watch Downfall over Christmas (it's still on Sky+).
Bit of a cross-thread here. For those who didn't know, Downfall is shown from the perspective of the young woman who, in the clip above, says, "Thank God he isn't booked with EasyJet." At the end, we see her escaping the bunker dressed in uniform and Stahlhelm. Belongs in the "Women you fancy but shouldn't" thread.
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