Bircher /ˈbəːtʃə/

B

I. noun

a member or supporter of the John Birch Society, an extreme right-wing and anti-communist American organization founded in 1958.
– origin from the name of John Birch, a USAF officer and ‘first casualty of the Cold War’, killed by Chinese communists in 1945.

Add Comment

By Oxford

Oxford

Get in touch

Quickly communicate covalent niche markets for maintainable sources. Collaboratively harness resource sucking experiences whereas cost effective meta-services.