From Post-war To Post-...
Joyce Marie Mushaben
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From Post-war To Post-wall Generations: Changing Attitudes Towards The National Question And Nato In The Federal Republic Of Germany

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In 1984, Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Andreotti aptly summarized popular perception of the divided nationality of the two Germanys, East and West: “There are two German states, and two they shall remain.” Few would have disagreed. By the 1980s, both German states had come to occupy respected niches in the international community. Still, neither side seemed to have found...more
Hardcover, 440 pages
Published December 25th 1997 by Westview Press
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loads of useful poll data and a provides a basic framework to understand german national identity and questions of foreign policy, but not exciting reading. plus at times the author's liberal bias irritated me.
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