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Merger of East/West German Economies

Merger of East/West German Economies. INTRODUCTION On .... it. More importantly, Germans both east and west desire German unification. The ....

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German Unification

.... These five states, along with the city state of Berlin, and the ten West German states, will constitute the new German Republic that will have its capital in ....

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German Reunification

.... This writer remembers the day, just after formal reunification, when a TV news business reporter began to say "the West German Deutschmark" and had to correct ....

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Jaspers on German Guilt Karl Jaspers: History and German Guilt ...

.... At the time Jaspers was writing, the two Germanys had yet to reunite and many in the West German government were tainted by active collaboration with the Nazi ....

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Mass Emigration from GDR to FRG

.... West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl has offered economic aid to the East, partly in an attempt to persuade East Germans not to leave their country. ....

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The Berlin Wall 1970 to 1980

.... Adenauer was a skillful politician, and, under his leadership, the West German constitution functioned smoothly, convincing many Germans that parliamentary ....

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COUNTRY STUDY OF GERMANY

.... A manufacturer establishing a facility within Germany will encounter no problems related to infrastructure in the old West German states; however, some ....

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Problems in German Reunification

.... West German subsidies have totaled as much as DM140 billion per year, and all Germans are required to pay an extra 5.5% of income tax annually as a "solidarity ....

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Reunification of Germany

.... The "Wessi" juggernaut of economic might, the "West German miracle"-child of the Marshall Plan and European Community programs, was expected to set her eastern ....

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East Germany & German Reunification

.... West German subsidies have totaled as much as DM140 billion per year, and all Germans are required to pay an extra 5.5% of income tax annually as a "solidarity ....

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Creation of the Single German Economy

.... assumed a special significance in this policy implementation, because (1) the Western Allies intended to make the city a part of the new West German nation, (2 ....

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Currency System of Eastern Europe

.... It is surmised that most new loans will go to Western companies with Eastern ventures-and the majority of those companies will be West German: "That means the ....

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GERMANY MARSHALL PLAN

.... West German industry competed successfully in world markets, and the deutsche mark remained one of the world's strongest and most stable currencies. ....

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German Reunification Effects

.... In the end, the East German law was left in place for the new states which were one East Germany, while the restrictive West German abortion law remains in ....

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German Social Patterns

.... During the period 1990-1991, an East German man between 30 and 44 years was 70 percent more likely than his West German counterpart to die of cardiovascular ....

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Radical environmentalism

.... The second strand of radical environmentalism is the reformist movement, or movements, whose followers, as Petra Kelly (a founder of the West German Green Party ....

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Christian Democratic Government of Kohl

.... govern ment supports strong interactions between government and indus try in developing national economic goals and initiatives, and West German labor unions ....

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Economic Position of Germany

.... Economic, monetary, and social union took place in July 1990, and at this time all the relevant West German laws were introduced in East Germany and an ....

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Social Patterns in Germany

.... During the period 1990-1991, an East German man between 30 and 44 years was 70 percent more likely than his West German counterpart to die of cardiovascular ....

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Division of East and West Germany

.... In Europe, the East German government erected the Berlin Wall in 1961 to prevent the embarrassing flow of East Germans to the West. ....

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Currency Reform in Berlin in 1940s

.... planned for the capital. The Western Allies intended to make the city a part of the new West German nation. However, the city was ....

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German Culture and History Culture, Tradition, and History of ...

.... Washington, DC: GPO. Kolinsky, E. (1992). Women in the new Germany: The East West divide. In G. Smith et al. (Eds.) Developments in German politics. ....

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The German National Experience

.... antipathies. German occupation in Poland was far harsher than in the West, the Nazis defining and treating the Poles as untermenschen. Much ....

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The Problem of Germany: 1945-1948

.... Kennan argued that the West must prevent the fall of the West German and other industrial heartlands of the world to Soviet influence or control (Lafeber 48). ....

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POLAND AND THE TREATY OF LOCARNO This research

.... As a gesture to improve relations with the West, German Chancellor Wilhelm Cuno had proposed in December 1922 mutual pledges by Germany and her former enemies ....

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Maastricht Treaty and the EU

.... Even in this Cold War environment, the then-West German Deutsche Mark had a special standing among European currencies, a standing rooted partly in the sheer ....

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The Rise to Power across Eastern Europe

.... The agreement extended West German laws regulating private property, banking, contracts, industrial relations and foreign trade to East Germany. ....

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GERMAN FOREIGN POLICY (1933-1936) This research p

.... Neurath and Schacht that the adverse reaction of public opinion in the West to antisemitic violence might "have disastrous effects on the German economy and ....

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Historical Perspectives of NATO

.... The decision to build up an atomic arsenal revealed that integration was a necessary fiction to prevent West German rearmament from damaging Europe" (Maier ....

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Future of NATO

.... The decision to build up an atomic arsenal revealed that integration was a necessary fiction to prevent West German rearmament from damaging Europe" (Maier ....

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