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AuthorWolfe, James H. author
TitleIndivisible Germany [electronic resource] : Illusion or Reality? / by James H. Wolfe
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1963
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-9199-9
Descript 130 p. online resource

SUMMARY

During World War II the quadriga, the impressive figure of the charioteer Victory driving four horses, on top of the Brandenburg Gate was destroyed. Later, both the East and West German auยญ thorities agreed to replace it with a copy of the original. The former possessed the molds; the latter supplied the metal for casting. The process of negotiation and production required nearly two years. After the new quadriga was mounted, it was found that the Commuยญ nists had made an important change: the chariot driven by Victory was placed so that it faces east and not west as in former times. The wit of the Berliners is sharp. It soon became known along the Kurยญ fiirsten Damm (and not quite so loudly along what was then Stalin Allee) that Victory was advancing to defeat the East. The Pankow regime had unwittingly created an apparently prophetic symbol of its impending collapse


CONTENT

I. Why Reunification? -- II. The Diplomacy of World War II โ{128}{148} Genesis of the Problem -- Tehran-Moscow -- Yalta -- Potsdam -- III. Occupation and Partition, 1945โ{128}{147}1949 -- The Allied Control Council -- The Birth of Two German States -- The Council of Foreign Ministers -- Germany in 1949 -- IV. Reunification and the European Alliance System, 1950โ{128}{147}1954 -- Elections for Unity -- The Rearmament Question -- Economic Integration -- Two Concepts of Reunification -- The Soviet Note of March 10, 1952 -- Berlin -- European Security and German Unity -- V. Germany and East-West Coexistence, 1955โ{128}{147}1962 -- The Summit Conference of 1955 -- The Mounting Crisis, 1956โ{128}{147}1958 -- Soviet-West German Relations -- Disengagement -- Berlin, 1958โ{128}{147}1962 -- The Coalitions React -- VI. Indivisible Germany: Illusion or Reality? -- The Illusion of Reunification -- A Way to Unity? -- The Prospect: A European Union -- Selected Bibliography


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