Germany to wipe Nazi traces from phonetic alphabet

A few Nazi references were, however, replaced after World War Two, such as “Ypres” for “Y”, which became “Ypsilon” – originally representing the Greek letter pronounced “U” and later the Latin letter “Y”. Ypres was notoriously the battle where the Germans first used poison gas in World War One.

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