MIT Sabaton-Gott mit uns By baremikel / May 5, 2013 album 2012 Carolus Rex…….. You may also like – Lecture 26: Elasticity – Young’s Modulus By voiggerve / August 15, 2014 Real Estate Experts, Marc Cormier and Tania Ivey, Hit Amazon Best-Seller List By nagtalonwqlpay / June 17, 2013 Black Ops 2: 316 Kills – Dual mit m4xFPS By NepurnerewTum / June 17, 2013 Aerospike Heats Up Summer with Highly Anticipated The Internet of Things Meetup By janafgg / June 15, 2013 3 Questions: Fiona Murray on female entrepreneurship By ottstomm / June 14, 2013 Post navigation Pro-Media Communications Public Relations – Pro-Media PodRide For The Tatas Motorcycle Poker Run 18 thoughts on “Sabaton-Gott mit uns” Just a notice to add to your exellent explanatory spree there. ‘Gott Mit Uns’ actually means ‘God with us’. Log in to Reply EPIC!!!!!!!!!!!!! Log in to Reply soz sent to u by accident : / Log in to Reply and sung in your country’s baby brother England where me from :£ Log in to Reply haha lol Log in to Reply Gott mit uns. Is our German Kultur.! Great Song from our Swedisch Mates! Log in to Reply Perfekt friend im prude of you but never forget the “SS” were nazis the “Whermacht” were only soliders how fight for thier familys for her people and not for the “Führer” Log in to Reply Gott mit uns means God with us Log in to Reply FUCKING EPIC :D!!!!! Log in to Reply Yes “Gott mit uns” was used from the Prussian Kingdom the prussian military used this as slogan Log in to Reply German :-) Log in to Reply Yes Log in to Reply Gott mit uns is mean God with us yes?.. Log in to Reply Just bought this CD, this band deserves full support. Log in to Reply “Gott mit uns” was (also) the one of the slogans from the swedish king gustav adolf 2 and it was usen at the battle of breitenfeld (mentioned in tthe songtext) in 1641 when the swedish troops defeated the habsburgers Log in to Reply “Gott mit uns” was (also) the one of the slogans from the swedish king gustav adolf 2 and it was usen at the battle of breitenfeld (mentioned in tthe songtext) in 1641 when the swedish troops defeated the habsburgers. Log in to Reply Yeah, but that still doesn’t answer his question.. “Gott mit uns” means “God is with us”.. Log in to Reply temazo Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.