Teutoburger Wald


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Teutoburger Wald

a low wooded mountain range in N Germany: possible site of the annihilation of three Roman legions by Germans under Arminius in 9 ad
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Thematic Links: Germany--Romans--Battle of Teutoburger Wald
After crossing the Dortmund-Elms Canal the regiment tried to secure the thickly-wooded hills of the Teutoburger Wald forest, but unknown to the Welshmen the hills hid an elite force of officer-cadets with seasoned NCO instructors who were all fanatical Nazis.
Study leader Dr Alfred Wirth, from Teutoburger Wald Clinic, Bad Rothenfelde, Germany, said: "Xenical is a major weapon in their battle to manage weight."