Herman the German
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Herman the German or Hermann the German may refer to:
- A nickname given to Arminius, a chieftain who led a coalition of Germanic tribes to victory in 9 AD over a Roman army in the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest
- Hermannus Alemannus, a translator of the 13th century
- The Hermann Heights Monument, a statue of Arminius in New Ulm, Minnesota, commonly referred to by locals as "Hermann the German"
- Herman the German (crane vessel) of a crane vessel (hull classification symbol YD 171) seized from Germany by the US after World War II, later used to lift the Spruce Goose
- Gerhard Neumann, a German-American aviation engineer and executive for General Electric
- A character played by Fred Grandy in the 1975 film Death Race 2000
- Herman ze German, a 1985 album by Scorpions drummer Herman Rarebell
- A nickname used by professional wrestler Ulf Herman
- Nickname of NASCAR driver and TV personality Kenny Wallace
- Herman ze German, a small fast food chain in London, selling German meat products
The spelling of 'Herman' may vary (variants: Herrmann, Hermann, Herrman, and Herman).
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