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Unification of German states as a process in 19th century and later in 1990.

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This is extremely "flowery" language. If it was translated from a German source, that didn't help, either. Germans in the GDR attempted to overthrow the Communist rule on June 17th, 1953. GDR police …
answered Jun 18 '16 by o.m.
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The German unification was a drawn-out process.The Holy Roman Empire had several hundred "sovereign nations" in the middle ages, that was slowly concentrated into fewer, larger nations, and finally in …
answered Oct 13 '15 by o.m.
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There were changes in the newly unified Germany which were clearly inspired by GDR practice, but which were not a direct application of GDR laws and regulations. Government-organized childcare for p …
answered Feb 17 '16 by o.m.
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Technically, West Germany (the FRG) did not annex East Germany (the GDR). Instead, the GDR declared their accession to the FRG. A treaty regulated the details. The GDR had a post-communist governmen …
answered Aug 1 '17 by o.m.