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Different definition of the term
The "Delete discussion" on the delete board is not valid for this entry. The original entry used seems to be a reference to some obscure telivision show, possibly from England. After the discussion about that, the article was deleted. I started this new article to reflect its use in the Vietnam War. It shouldn't too difficult to find some war veteran stories for one's self, where this term is used. If you deny that it was used, you might as well say that the germans were never called "krauts" during WW2. If you get rid of stuff like that, I feel that it basically amounts to book-burning.