Hello fellow WW2 homies! I'm new, and I just came here, but that isn't really important now. Okay, I have a major question. I read somewhere, on some website like, in 2002 that the German word "Soldatensprache" was a word for a German WW2 soldier. But now when I look up the word, I see it means a solder's military lexicon. And I can't find the page where it said it meant a soldier!! So I'm going to ask you fine chaps!! Can "Soldatensprache" be a German WW2 soldier, or is it definitely just for army language? PLEASE REPLY. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!