Definition of Baader–Meinhof Group in English:

Baader–Meinhof Group

Pronunciation /ˌbädərˈmīnhäf ˌɡro͞op/ /ˌbɑdərˈmaɪnhɑf ˌɡrup/

proper noun

  • An extreme left-wing terrorist organization operating in the former West Germany between 1970 and 1998.

    Also called Red Army Faction

Origin

From the names of Andreas Baader (1943–77) and Ulrike Meinhof (1934–76), two of the organization's founders.