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  cars - Germany
In the north-west Germany borders on the North Sea and in the north-east on the Baltic.
The territory of Germany stretches from the high mountains of the Alps (highest point: the Zugspitze at 2,962 m) in the south to the shores of the North Sea in the north-west and the Baltic in the north-east.
Germany is among the world's largest and most technologically advanced producers of iron, steel, cement, chemicals, machinery, motor vehicles, machine tools and electronics, as well as a world leader in the shipbuilding industry.
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 Germany - ExampleProblems.com
Germany was forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, whose unexpectedly high demands were perceived as humiliating in Germany and as a continuation of the war by other means.
Germany and Berlin were occupied and partitioned by the Allies into four military occupation zones – French in the south-west, British in the north-west, American in the south, and Soviet in the east.
The territory of Germany stretches from the high mountains of the Alps (highest point: the Zugspitze at 2,962 m) in the south to the shores of the North Sea in the north-west and the Baltic Sea in the north-east.
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 Middle Germany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
After 1945, when Germany lost its historical eastern provinces, the area fell into what is more or less in the eastern part of remaining German territory.
Today the term Mitteldeutschland is mainly used to separate this part within Eastern Germany (altogether the five new states) from the rest of Eastern Germany, which is the area around Berlin and north-eastern Germany.
Middle Germany is used to underline the central location in Middle Europe and remind of the industrial glory of the area in former times.
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Germany sent a peacekeeping force to secure stability in the Balkans and sent a force of Bundeswehr troops to Afghanistan as part of a NATO effort to provide security in that country after the ousting of the Taliban.
Germany is facing major demographic change, its fertility rate of 1.39 children per mother being one of the lowest in the world.
Germany has been the home of many famous inventors and engineers, such as Johannes Gutenberg, who is credited with the invention of movable type printing in Europe; Hans Geiger, the creator of the Geiger counter; rocket scientist Wernher von Braun; and the prolific Manfred von Ardenne, one of the fathers of radar technology.
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 Historical Eastern Germany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Germany lost the rest of the area at the end of World War II in 1945, when international recognition of German jurisdiction over any of these territories was withdrawn by the victorious Allies.
The city of Danzig (Polish Gdańsk) with the delta of the Vistula river at the Baltic Sea, was made the Free City of Danzig under the League of Nations and partially Polish authority (area 1893 km², 408,000 inhabitants 1929).
It regulated the issue of the eastern German border, which was to be the Oder–Neisse line, but the final article of the memorandum said that the final decisions concerning Germany were subject to a separate peace treaty.
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 Brujula.Net - Your Latin Stating Point   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Germany has the world's third largest economy, behind the United States and Japan, and is noted for its iron, steel, machinery, and automobile industries.
Germany is a founding member of the European Union, and its largest member state with respect to population, and is also a member of the
Germany's contributions to the world's cultural heritage are numerous, and the country is often known as das Land der Dichter und Denker.
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 East Germany   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In Imperial Germany and Weimar Republic territory that would become East Germany was situated in the center of the state.
Since Berlin was entirely enclosed in the Soviet part of Germany, the areas of Berlin being held under the control of the three western countries soon became known as West Berlin.
Thus, on October 3 1990 the East German population was the first from the Eastern Bloc to join the European Union as a part of the reunified Federal Republic of Germany.
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 sociology - East Germany
East Germany, officially the German Democratic Republic (GDR), German Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR), was a socialist country that existed from 1949 to 1990.
The territories of East Germany were initially settled by Slavic Wends and conquered by Germany in Middle Ages.
East Germany adopted a socialist republic and became part of the Warsaw Pact, while West Germany became a liberal parliamentary republic and part of NATO.
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 Top20Germany.com - Your Top20 Guide to Germany!
The most infamous atrocity that Nazi Germany had initiated was the persecution and genocide of Jews, Poles, minorities such as gypsies and homosexuals as well as political prisoners throughout occupied Europe.
Germany and Berlin were occupied and partitioned by the Allies into four military occupation zones – French in the south-west, British in the north-west, United States in the south, and Soviet in the east.
Germany has many large cities but only four with a population of one million or more: Berlin with 3.4 million, Hamburg with 1.8 million, Munich with 1.4 million, and Cologne with 1.0 million.
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