As with the Navy, the answer begins with adopting the old Prussian reserve system.
What does OPr stand for?
OPr stands for Old Prussian (linguistics)
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We have 121 other meanings of OPr in our Acronym Attic
- Officer Performance Report
- Officer with Primary Responsibility
- Official Poker Rankings (website)
- Offre Publique de Retrait
- Offsite Procurement Request
- Ohio Pig Roast (catering; Columbus, OH)
- Old Parochial Register (genealogy; UK)
- Old People Rock
- Old Plank Road (Irish acoustic band)
- Old Port Rum
- On Premise Reserve (aviation)
- One Price Repair (various companies)
- Ongoing Precision Recovery
- Online Public Relations
- Onshore Pipeline Regulations (Canada)
- Open Pattern Repository (software pattern project)
- Open Peer Review
- Operability Recommendation (various organizations)
- Operating Pressure Ratio (jet engine compression ratio)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In Germany, the old Prussian elite successfully managed the country's industrialization in the late 19th century, but was discredited by defeat in World War I.
As for the attitude of the old Prussian elite, writes Clark, "the gap between noble circles and the National Socialist movement was narrower than has often been supposed.
Five distinct types are often identified: the first is the earliest unions bringing together Reformed and Lutheran churches in Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia in the 19th and early 20th centuries (the Old Prussian Union of 1817, later the Evangelical Church of the Union, in Germany).
106) They were all disappointed at the collaboration between the old liberal parties and the old-new regime established after the 1920 elections to the Reichstag and mainly composed of representatives of the old Prussian and local elites.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Counterpoint is a pragmatic and forthright showing of Libeskind's oeuvre and Matthias Reese does well in limiting the objects on show in the huge whitewashed rooms of the old Prussian court building which now functions as the historical entrance to the Berlin Jewish Museum.
The title aptly summarizes the intent of the book: to understand the institutionalization of the Confessing Church in the territory of the Old Prussian Union (BKdAPU) as an early form of resistance to National Socialism.