German Democratic Republic

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Synonyms for German Democratic Republic

a republic in north central Europe on the Baltic


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The GDR has two faces: the idealistic and imaginative versus the realistic and resigned, which stare at each other from opposing sides (literally from opposite windows of the Alt- and Neubauten), leading parallel lives before they come together.
Geipel is the author of a literary portrait of four forgotten female poets of the early GDR (Susanne Kerckhoff, Eveline Kuffel, Jutta Petzold, and Hannelore Becker); Walther is the author of the standard history about the interaction between the state security apparatus (STASI) and the GDR publishing world.
When the authorities did think of the NHG in political terms, they saw them either as rubber stamps for GDR viewpoints or as forums in which to inculcate Marxism-Leninism.
"GDR's participation in WSBA reaches far beyond just having a seat at the table," said Ron Quaranta, Chairman, WSBA.
The free-floating share of the Commercial International Bank (CIB) does not exceed the maximum GDR ratio.
The education policy of the GDR was aimed at providing the same education to girls and boys.
Since 2008, GDR Advisory Group has been engaged to conduct field examinations for ABL lenders including Canadian Schedule A banks, American lenders, and hedge funds.
I have been able to instruct BNY Mellon to vote my underlying shares against all resolutions, but having been denied the opportunity to attend or to send a representative to the AGM, I would ask the Company to publish the voting results of the meeting in full, as this appears to be the only means for GDR holders to be made aware of what occurred in the AGM.
Because of its heavy emphasis on the GDR, this book is, from a Cubanist point of view, an important contribution to the literature on the connections between the island and the Eurasian socialist bloc.
GDR Development Policy in Africa: Doctrine and Strategies between Illusions and Reality 1960-1990: The Example (South) Africa
Prof Osmond then played a leading role as one of a small group of Englishspeaking scholars doing pioneering work on the German Democratic Republic (GDR) which was then a neglected area of modern German history.
Samsung's ATIV S handset, which runs on Windows OS is now receiving the much awaited Windows Phone 8 GDR 3 update.
As the West German nation grew more self-assured through economic growth and its position within the Western alliance, along the way losing interest in the East, the GDR, its foundation and international contacts more fragile, remained obsessed by its Western neighbour.
Josie McLellan, Love in the Time of Communism: Intimacy and Sexuality in the GDR, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011, ISBN 9780521727617, x + 239pp, 18.99 [pounds sterling] pbk