Definition of Anglophobia. Meaning of Anglophobia. Synonyms of Anglophobia

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Definition of Anglophobia

Anglophobia
Anglophobia An`glo*pho"bi*a, n. [Anglo- + Gr. ? fear.] Intense dread of, or aversion to, England or the English. -- An"glo*phobe, n.

Meaning of Anglophobia from wikipedia

- Anti-English sentiment or Anglophobia (from Latin Anglus "English" and Gr**** φόβος, phobos, "fear") means opposition to, dislike of, fear of, or hatred...
- [better source needed] Sections of the English media accused the film of harboring Anglophobia. The Economist called it "xenophobic", and John Sutherland writing in...
- called British Raj. Anti-British sentiment, sometimes described as Anglophobia, has been described as "deeply entrenched in Iranian culture", and reported...
- role". The key component of Vichy's ideology was Anglophobia. In part, Vichy's virulent Anglophobia was due to its leaders' personal dislike of the British...
- a Company (2004) covers 1865 to 2000; Matthew Stibbe (2006). German Anglophobia and the Great War, 1914–1918. Cambridge UP. pp. 176–178. ISBN 9780521027281...
- had to keep his approval a secret because his own wife showed strong Anglophobia. At the time of Frederick's second visit, Victoria was 15 years old....
- Ayyub Sabri Pasha(?) Country Ottoman Empire Language Turkish Subject Anglophobia Anti-Wahhabi Genre Propaganda Publisher Waqf Ikhlas Publications Publication...
- saw action as an observer on board British ships. It appears that his Anglophobia developed during this period, although the reasons are unclear. He was...
- National Party. In 1999, he blamed the SNP for a perceived increase in Anglophobia in Scotland; described the new Scottish Parliament as a joke; and declined...
- the nature of and reasons for collaboration, including antisemitism, Anglophobia, fear of Bolsheviks and Soviet invasion, and the desire for power. The...
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