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Use as a nickname in World War II
In World War II, German vehicle crews used to give nicknames to their self-propelled artillery, airplanes, tanks and tank destroyers. Annelise was a very common name for an ssIG 33 II (a self-propelled artillery gun, only 40 were produced).
This was also the proper name of Anne Frank.
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