His English is good, but he did not mean working class as in hammer and sickle.
What does H&S stand for?
H&S stands for Hammer and Sickle
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of H&S
- History & Physical
- Hambrecht & Quist
- Harrington and Richardson (firearms)
- Health and Rescue (various organizations)
- Henry and Richard (H & R Block Tax Services)
- Hit and Run
- Hoisting and Rigging
- Hotel & Restaurant
- Hysterectomy and Radiation
- Hazardous and Radiological Waste Control
Samples in periodicals archive:
But so did the Ukraine, Georgia and all those other subjugated nations while fighting beneath the hammer and sickle of the Soviet state.
I), 2005, a blinking neon-tube construction by the art duo Claire Fontaine (Fulvia Carnevale and James Thornhill), and also in Werner Buttner's photocollages, one showing a hammer and sickle in a ring of fire, a toy produce shop, and wall sign that reads WAITED ON BY FRAU HAss.
The tinted glass of the curtain-walled facade acts as a faceted mirror to the Stalinist towers opposite, replete with freshly decorated hammer and sickle.
He added a pen to the traditional hammer and sickle on the Communist flag of North Korea, and developed a religion for his state, juche or self-reliance.