1. Physical Geography
The German King had ruled the land that is Deutschland; the German King is also the Roman Emperor. The current German State called the Federal Republic of Germany after World War II in 1949. In 1949, Germany consisted of only West Germany. Germany is located in North Central Europe and its boundaries include the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, and Switzerland, Austria the Czech Republic, Poland, and Denmark. Throughout history, there has always been conflict around the bordering states and who had what land. The Germans consistently placed claim the regional borders of France and territories that belonged to Poland, Russia and Lithuania. The North Sea and the Baltic Sea Borders Northern Germany and is all low elevation coastal plains...
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...f agriculture in the European Union, other Nations look for guidance and seek answers for their success. Agriculture has always been a large portion of the success of Germany and their lively hood. Germany still only contributes one percent to the gross national products but they also place focus on additional benefits of their culture.
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Niebuhr, Reinhold. Germany and Modern Civilization. Vol. 135. N.p.: n.p., 1925. 843-48. Web. 14 Apr. 2014.
Morgan, Bethan. A Guide to Germany's Top Ten Cultural Events. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Web. 14 Apr. 2014.
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