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Germany
A look at Germany before and after WWII.
# 133535 | 4,500 words | 0 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in History (European - 20th Century) , European Studies (General)


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The paper discusses how what was formerly West Germany, now part of the re-unified Germany, achieved a major period of development after World War II to become the economic powerhouse in Europe. The paper relates that Germany prior to that was unified first in the nineteenth century and would then fight two World Wars in the twentieth century, losing both. The paper further relates that after the First World War, the victorious Allies sought both to punish Germany and to assure that Germany would not be able to attack her neighbors again, but the effort failed and in fact backfired, giving Germany more reason to try to reassert her power. The paper discusses how after World War II, the victors handled the situation differently, dividing Germany in two and imposing various means of monitoring the situation.

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"What was formerly West Germany, now part of the re-unified Germany, achieved a major period of development after World War II to become the economic powerhouse in Europe. Germany prior to that was unified first in the nineteenth century and would then fight two World Wars in the twentieth century, losing both. After the First World War, the victorious Allies sought both to punish Germany and to assure that Germany would not be able to attack her neighbors again. The effort failed and in fact backfired, giving Germany more reason to try to reassert her power. After World War II, the victors handled the situation differently, dividing..."

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