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    Germany is a very big and modern country located in the middle of Europe. Germany has factories and is extremely industrialized. On top of that, it has an interesting culture as well as an extremely dedicated work force. Even though it has a rough past, Germany can still be considered a great and successful country. Geography Germany is one of the largest and most industrialized countries in Europe. It is located in the middle of Europe, between France, Austria and Poland, and is bordered to the

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    Germany Basic Facts Germany is in central Europe, at 50 degrees latitude, and 10 degrees longitude. It is bordered by Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Austria, Czechs Republic, And Poland. The capitol of Germany is Berlin. The population of Germany is 81,264,000. The estimated population for Germany in the year 2000 is 82,583,000. Germany is smaller than Texas, or about 4 1/2% of the size of the U.S.A. The German flag has black, red, and gold

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    Germany Germany is currently experiencing a labor shortage, which is adversely affecting their Gross Domestic Product. If current trends continue in Germany the country could find itself in a serious recession. This would not only effect Germany but all of Europe as well for Germany is the single most important trading partner for almost all of the European countries (Bogdanowicz). This is not a new situation in Germany, for the past seven consecutive quarters activity in the construction

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    Germany The essays which this paper is based on, "Liberalism and society: The Feminist Movement and Social Change", "The Politics of Demagogy in Imperial Germany", "The Mythology of the Sonderweg", and "A Bonapartist Dictatorship" were enlightening, but tended to repeat a central theme, the unwillingness of the Junkers of Germany to give up even the smallest bit of their power over the lower classes. I suppose there will always be many opinions on what influenced the formation of Germany, but

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    of the Japan crisis there is Germany. Germany had no idea that they were really losing WWI. They finally found out by reading it in the paper and this caused great psychological shock. Their leaders had lied to them. Germany thought they had lost in an unfair fight. Nazi’s said that the Jews had stabbed them in the back. And they were humiliated by the Treaty of Versailles. In 1923 the currency was so inflated that it wiped out the savings of the middle class of Germany. They did recover some prosperity

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    Germany is the fourth largest country in area in Europe, with a total area of 356,970 square kilometers (137,827 square miles). The country has a varied terrain that ranges from low-lying coastal flats along the North and Baltic seas, to a central area of rolling hills and river valleys, to heavily forested mountains and snow-covered Alps in the south. Germany has a long, complex history and rich culture, but it did not become a unified nation until 1871. Before that time, Germany had been

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    Germany is located in Central Europe. It borders the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. It is between the Netherlands and Poland, south of Denmark. It is slightly smaller than Montana. Germany’s economy was the world’s third most powerful in 1997. The German economy benefited from robust exports, particularly to other members of the EU and the US, as well as strengthening equipment investments. But anemic private consumption and contraction in the construction industry limited the expansion. Unemployment

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    Germany Education and Cultural Activities Though the FRG (West Germany) and the GDR (East Germany) shared centuries of cultural history, the GDR was heavily influenced by Soviet values and social systems. Since reunification the educational system in eastern Germany has abandoned the Soviet polytechnic model of comprehensive education for all high school students, and returned to the specialized system of the western part of the country. Education Schooling in Germany is compulsory and free

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    Germany is a country located in Central Europe, which is officially named the Federal Republic of Germany (Bundesrepublik Deutschland). On October 3, 1990 Germany's East and West became one nation under unification, the capital city now being Berlin. Germany has the second largest population in Europe with eighty two million, next to that of the Soviet Union. Germany's land borders are with Denmark on the north, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemborg, and France on the west, Switzerland and Austria

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    Roosevelt After the First World War Germany was handed the bill of the entire war. The Germans had to pay for a war they did not start, a war of which they were told they would win. Germany had two choices: sign the treaty of demands or risk enemy invasions. When the treaty was signed, Germany was left with no money. Soon inflation took such a bad turn it was cheaper to burn money rather than buy firewood, and coins were worth more as scrap than currency. Germany itself was destroyed and a young officer

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