East Germany

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Synonyms for East Germany

a republic in north central Europe on the Baltic

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A second alternative would be for them to abandon western Berlin, allowing its millions of people and their businesses to be absorbed by the surrounding communist Soviet zone in a new East German state.
After all, progressive intellectuals in the Soviet zone were acutely aware that the film audiences they were seeking to address were by no means a blank slate.
In her case study, Greiner focuses specifically on Sachsenhausen, which had more than 60,000 prisoners and was thus the biggest special camp in the Soviet zone of occupation.
The Soviet zone was left at the mercy of the many black marketeers, who would have tried to offload their money there, where it was still legal.
acquiesced in a Soviet zone of influence while propping up despots who opposed the Soviet Union, all to maintain a global balance of power.
Thirty-six years passed before I revisited the city, and I found it so changed that I am amazed at the phenomenon of a new Berlin, no longer isolated within the Soviet zone.
The present era of globalization of the economy is not new but, as an organizing concept for policy makers to view the world, it dates from 1991 and the formal end of the Soviet zone of influence which had some of the structures of an alternative trading system.
THE Stasi, or Ministry for State Security (Staatsicherheit), was created in 1950 by East German communists in the Soviet zone of occupied post-World War II Germany and disbanded with the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
The dramatic necessity of the plot with the journalist, the Nazi's claim to be a resistance fighter, the concealment of the licences in some ruins, or the affair of the commander with a woman journalist is not clear, both because the secret flight of the town's mayor and his return to the Soviet zone together with a whole group of progressive engineers demands no special efforts, and because access to the American zone is open to everyone.
It divided up the world into a Soviet zone that was about a third of the world, and the U.
Berlin, situated in the Soviet zone, was also divided into these four zones.
1948: In Germany, the Soviets block land routes to Berlin, which is within the Soviet zone.
By the 28th, they had taken a full third of the Soviet zone, including Leipzig, the fourth largest German city, and the US First Army was on the undefended western border of Czechoslovakia, 80 miles west of Prague.
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