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    Germany On October 3‚ 1990‚ the states of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) shed their last ties to their Soviet created structure and joined the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany). The 23rd article of West Germany’s 1949 constitution‚ the Basic Law‚ had been drafted specifically to allow for such an arrival from the East. But as the 1980s drew to a close‚ few Germans on either side of the border expected it to be used in their lifetime. Yet‚ in less than a year the beginning

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    Reunification of Germany

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    reunification of Germany in 1990 ushered in a new era for the German people. For 50 years since the end of World War II‚ Germany was divided both ideologically and geographically. West Germany‚ the former occupation zone of the British‚ American‚ and French forces‚ developed into a parliamentary democratic government with a free market economy. East Germany‚ the former occupation zone of the Soviet Union‚ developed into a one party state with a socialist economy. Ideologically the west was capitalist

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    West vs East Germany After World War II‚ Germany was in ruins and the world was divided. In a famous speech Churchill expressed his view that an Iron Curtain had now descended across Europe (Harbutt 551)‚ “From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Atlantic‚ an iron curtain has descended across the Continent” (Perry 452). The “Iron Curtain” that had fallen across Europe‚ separated the West and East. A Cold War had begun between the two major powers: The U.S and Soviet Union. It was Capitalism\Democracy

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    economic situation in Germany for the last forty years and argue on the possible macroeconomic factors and events that have possibly contributed to it. Germany has experienced a steady growth in the post World War II era and it keeps developing with positive growth rates. Fluctuations are of course present‚ but they can mainly be explained with by various events through the years. The well known German miracle was a phenomenon observed during the early 1960s‚ when Germany was growing at very high

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    Germany

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    Question: Analyze the factors that prevented the development of a unified Germany state in the sixteenth seventeenth centuries. What were the three most important reasons that Germany did not become a state along the lines of France or Spain? Answer To Above Question The Holy Roman Empire (HRE) was the most powerful Kingdom during the middle Ages‚ but during the broken reign of the HRE‚ no strong centralized form of government existed. The kingdom was torn apart religiously and then the 30 Years’

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    germany

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    References………………………………………………………………………………….. Executive Summary Germany has a long history dated back to the Holy Roman Empire. It is the largest country in Central Europe and it borders to 9 or more countries. Germany is a constitutional‚ parliamentary democracy. Citizens choose their representatives periodically in free and fair multiparty elections. It has federations of 16 states and corresponds to their own district and unique cultures. Germany has been through many wars‚ by winning and losing some

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    To what extent did relations between East and West Germany improve in the years 1969-74?’ The relationship between the two states in Germany‚ FRG (West) and GDR (East) has improved drastically in recent times resulting in the restructuring of Germany. Though the basis of this reunification stems from the years between 1969-1974. These years where immensely important for the two Germanys and with the change of leaders for political parties‚ so to did the views change. Such as the introduction of

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    Migration of Germany On May 8‚ 1945‚ the Red Army finally captured Berlin‚ marking the end of World War II. After the war‚ the Allied Powers split Germany into four sections: American‚ British‚ and French powers controlled the west while the Soviet Union controlled the east. As the relationship between the Soviet Union and Western allied powers became increasingly hostile‚ the cooperative atmosphere in Germany turned competitive and aggressive. Also‚ living conditions in West Germany and East Germany

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    EAST WEST

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    East/West Characterising Toilet attendant: “this in nothing yet.” “I don’t know if it’s a threat or a boast. This is what they call Berliner Schnaeize –snont. Its attitude; it in your face.” Anna: “I liked the sweeping rouge of words from ‘heartfelt’ to ‘heartsick’. And I liked the order‚ the directness that I imagined in the people.” On the former GDR “….its bewildered people.” “The demonstrators‚ in shock‚ obediently pulled their cards from their wallets. Then they seized the buildings

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    Germany in Eu

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    Mechanism of Control of Germany as a Core: European Union i. Germany’s Overseas Expansion * Roger Chickering 1996 * Germany’s Kolonial reich (colonial empires) symbolized the country’s great power * Colonies gave assurance to economic security of the country‚ business expansion the bourgeois class and also to increase the people’s standard of living * Germany had already showed interest in overseas world * Due to Economic modernization‚ industries within Germany became dependent

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