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The goose step is a special marching step performed on formal military parades and other ceremonies. While marching in parade formation, troops swing their legs in unison high off the ground, while keeping their legs straight and unbent.
ʽľı䳡ϲõǰıнʱȫʿͳһȽ̧أͬʱ˫ֱͦ

Originating in Prussian military drill in the mid-18th century, the step was called the Stechschritt (literally, "piercing step") or Stechmarsch. Nearly fifty countries maintain the tradition.
ֲԴ18³ʿľѵʱStechschritt˼Ϊ“͸ʽ”Ŀǰн50һʹ


"Goose step" is a pejorative term in English, indicative of authoritarian and militaristic regimes. It originally referred to a British military drill, in which one leg at a time was swung back and forth without bending the knee. Apparently standing on only one leg reminded soldiers of how geese often stand.
Ӣж˵goose stepʵǸбζıָרƺ;ͳΡGoose stepһʼָӢѵУȽǰڶֲIJʿվʱӺһֱ졣


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