History UsefulNotes / Germany

11th Mar '17 3:26:33 PM JulianLapostat
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* Film/BerlinAlexanderplatz

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8th Feb '17 7:14:28 PM Saveelich
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30th Jan '17 9:29:32 AM LtFedora
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The next forty years saw the rapid rise of Germany as a great power. Being late to unify, the country was able to only establish a handful of colonies in Africa and the Pacific. German industry saw the establishment of a strong economy, and their education system saw the cultivation of some of the finest scientists of the turn of the century, such as Wilhelm Röntgen, who discovered X-rays, and theoretical physicists Max Planck and Albert Einstein. Hamburg became a world-renowned city, as it was the departure point for Europeans leaving for the United States. However, the meteoric rise was met with a degree of concern from Britain and France, who quickly asserted themselves as Germany's principal rivals.

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The next forty years saw the rapid rise of Germany as a great power. Being late to unify, the country was able to only establish a handful of colonies in Africa and the Pacific. German industry saw the establishment of a strong economy, and their education system saw the cultivation of some of the finest scientists of the turn of the century, such as Wilhelm Röntgen, who discovered X-rays, and theoretical physicists Max Planck and Albert Einstein. Hamburg became a world-renowned city, as it was the departure point for Europeans leaving for the United States. However, the meteoric rise was met with a degree of concern from Britain and France, who quickly asserted themselves as Germany's principal rivals.
25th Jan '17 10:19:20 AM LtFedora
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The next forty years saw the rapid rise of Germany as a great power. Being late to unify, the country was able to only establish a handful of colonies in Africa and the Pacific. German industry saw the establishment of a strong economy, and their education saw the cultivation of some of the finest scientists of the turn of the century, such as Wilhelm Röntgen, who discovered X-rays, and theoretical physicists Max Planck and Albert Einstein. Hamburg became a world-renowned city, as it was the departure point for Europeans leaving for the United States. However, the meteoric rise was met with a degree of concern from Britain and France, who quickly asserted themselves as Germany's principle rivals.

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The next forty years saw the rapid rise of Germany as a great power. Being late to unify, the country was able to only establish a handful of colonies in Africa and the Pacific. German industry saw the establishment of a strong economy, and their education system saw the cultivation of some of the finest scientists of the turn of the century, such as Wilhelm Röntgen, who discovered X-rays, and theoretical physicists Max Planck and Albert Einstein. Hamburg became a world-renowned city, as it was the departure point for Europeans leaving for the United States. However, the meteoric rise was met with a degree of concern from Britain and France, who quickly asserted themselves as Germany's principle principal rivals.
27th Dec '16 11:05:56 AM LtFedora
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The next forty years saw the rapid rise of Germany as a great power. Being late to unify, the country was able to only establish a handful of colonies in Africa and the Pacific. German industry saw the establishment of a strong economy, and their education saw the cultivation of some of the finest scientists of the turn of the century, such as Wilhelm Röntgen, who discovered X-rays, and theoretical physicists Max Planck and Albert Einstein. Hamburg became a world-renowned city, as it was the departure point for Europeans leaving for the United States.

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The next forty years saw the rapid rise of Germany as a great power. Being late to unify, the country was able to only establish a handful of colonies in Africa and the Pacific. German industry saw the establishment of a strong economy, and their education saw the cultivation of some of the finest scientists of the turn of the century, such as Wilhelm Röntgen, who discovered X-rays, and theoretical physicists Max Planck and Albert Einstein. Hamburg became a world-renowned city, as it was the departure point for Europeans leaving for the United States. \n However, the meteoric rise was met with a degree of concern from Britain and France, who quickly asserted themselves as Germany's principle rivals.
27th Dec '16 10:59:45 AM LtFedora
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The next forty years saw the rapid rise of Germany as a great power. Being late to unify, the country was able to only establish a handful of colonies in Africa and the Pacific. German industry saw the establishment of a strong economy, and their education saw the cultivation of some of the finest scientists of the turn of the century, such as Wilhelm Röntgen, who discovered X-rays, and theoretical physicists Max Planck and Albert Einstein. Hamburg became a world-renowned city, as it was the departure point for Europeans leaving for the United States.
10th Dec '16 8:15:25 PM Chytus
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* UsefulNotes/{{Bonn}} ([[TheBonnRepublic Former Capital]])

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12th Nov '16 9:49:21 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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3rd Sep '16 7:09:06 AM Morgenthaler
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Under the Frankish and Carolingian Empires, the German(ic) tribes were united, but that didn't last and the various German nations spent the next millennium broken up into hundreds of kingdoms, duchies, margraviates, bishoprics, merchant republics and others. The smaller ones were usually to some extent dominated by their bigger neighbors, such as [[TheSoundOfMartialMusic Austria]], Bavaria or Brandenburg (and latter {{Prussia}}), although the filthy rich city states that were a member of the Hansa could practically buy and sell fate. This splintering and constant infighting prevented the development of a national mentality of one German nation until much later, and regionalism prevails until today.

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Under the Frankish and Carolingian Empires, the German(ic) tribes were united, but that didn't last and the various German nations spent the next millennium broken up into hundreds of kingdoms, duchies, margraviates, bishoprics, merchant republics and others. The smaller ones were usually to some extent dominated by their bigger neighbors, such as [[TheSoundOfMartialMusic [[UsefulNotes/TheSoundOfMartialMusic Austria]], Bavaria or Brandenburg (and latter {{Prussia}}), UsefulNotes/{{Prussia}}), although the filthy rich city states that were a member of the Hansa could practically buy and sell fate. This splintering and constant infighting prevented the development of a national mentality of one German nation until much later, and regionalism prevails until today.
24th Aug '16 8:54:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* UsefulNotes/WestGermany (TheBonnRepublic) (May 1949 - [[TheGreatPoliticsMessUp October 1990]])
* UsefulNotes/EastGermany (GermanDemocraticRepublic) (October 1949 - [[TheGreatPoliticsMessUp October 1990]])

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* UsefulNotes/WestGermany (TheBonnRepublic) (The Bonn Republic) (May 1949 - [[TheGreatPoliticsMessUp October 1990]])
* UsefulNotes/EastGermany (GermanDemocraticRepublic) (German Democratic Republic) (October 1949 - [[TheGreatPoliticsMessUp October 1990]])
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