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    Kampfeinsätze erlebte dieser SS-General eigenem Bekunden zufolge als beflügelnden "Kriegsrausch".
    "intoxication of battle"?
    Author pfarrer83919 (292595) 26 Dec 13, 03:30
    war intoxication
    intoxication of war
    #1AuthorKai (236222) 26 Dec 13, 03:38
    ecstasy of war
    #2Author MiMo (236780) 26 Dec 13, 07:05
    "...experienced battles as the frenzy of war"
    #3Authormikefm (760309) 26 Dec 13, 08:14
    we are talking about as a high/trip/buzz - junkie/addict come to mind, smashed, stoned etc.
    drugged by war - war as a drug
    #4Authornoli (489500) 26 Dec 13, 12:52
    Evtl. ist ja auch hier was brauchbares dabei : Dictionary: kriegslüstern
    #5Author no me bré (700807) 26 Dec 13, 18:06
    so far mike's frenzy comes closest (think e.g. feeding frenzy of sharks etc)
    #6Authornoli (489500) 26 Dec 13, 19:04
    neige noli 4 zu und meine deshalb

    Beflügelnd. elating frenzy...
    #7Author her man (774377) 27 Dec 13, 18:05
    Suggestionthe (adrenaline) rush of war/battle
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    Terry Brighton - 2009
    His verse longed for the return of 'the horns of mighty Mars' when he could know again 'the white‐hot joy of taking human life'. He had become addicted to the 'adrenaline rush' of war. He wrote to tell Pershing that 'war is the only place where ...

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    Mein Vorschlag, näher am Wortstamm des Originals, Rausch = auch: rush

    2. a. Surging emotion:
    a. The intensely pleasurable sensation experienced immediately after use of a stimulant or a mind-altering drug.
    b. A sudden, brief exhilaration:
    The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language

    26. the initial, intensely pleasurable or exhilarated feeling experienced from a narcotic or stimulant drug.
    Random House Kernerman Webster's College Dictionary
    #8Author mad (239053) 27 Dec 13, 18:20
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