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YUGOSLAVIA
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ALBUM
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ALL-AROUND
GYMNAST
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Definitions

  1. West Germany was a founding member of the European Community (EC) in 1957, which became the European Union in 1993. (Web site)
  2. West Germany was a democratic country while East Germany became a Communist State under influence of the Soviet Union.
  3. West Germany was a co-founder of the European Union and the reunified Germany continues as a leading member.
  4. West Germany was formed by the American, British and French zones while East Germany was formed by the Soviet Zone.
  5. West Germany was established as a liberal democratic republic while East Germany became a Communist State under the influence of the Soviet Union.

Aldi Shops

  1. In West Germany, before about 1990, Aldi shops were often ridiculed as being cheap shops selling poor-quality goods. (Web site)

World Group Relegation Play

  1. Becker won their match, the second rubber in a 3-2 loss to West Germany in World Group Relegation play, 4-6, 15-13, 8-10, 6-2, 6-2.

East German State

  1. On October 3, 1990, the East German state was abolished and its territory reunified with West Germany.

Neutral Germany

  1. It is said the Black Nobility promised a neutral Germany if Soviet Russia allowed East and West Germany to reunite.

Johan Neeskens Penalty

  1. Holland took an early lead through a Johan Neeskens penalty, but goals from Paul Breitner and Gerd Müller gave West Germany a famous 2-1 victory.

Algerian Jazz Musician

  1. Safy Boutella (Born January 6, 1950 in Pirmasens, West Germany) is an Algerian jazz musician, who plays both bass and synthesizer.

Reunified

  1. Divided again after World War II, it was not until the autumn of 1990 that East and West Germany were reunified into a single Germany. (Web site)

Toni Pensperger

  1. The 1966 FIBT World Championship event in Cortina d'Ampezzo was abandoned following the death of Toni Pensperger of West Germany during competition.

West Germany Division

  1. In 1949, at East – West Germany division there was no foundation of a new Germany, instead of that there were only formations or reorganizations.
  2. Was technically the same state from 1871 through 1949, at East - West Germany division.

Red Army Faction

  1. The Red Army Faction carried out a succession of terrorist attacks in West Germany during the 1970s.
  2. In West Germany the Red Army Faction engaged in urban guerrilla warfare against what they saw as a foreign army of occupation.

Reunification

  1. Although there were some small attempts to create a non-socialist East Germany, these were soon overwhelmed by calls for reunification with West Germany. (Web site)

Former East Germany

  1. To this day, there remain many differences between the former East Germany and West Germany (e.g. (Web site)

Saarland

  1. In 1957, the Saarland was assigned to West Germany by France, after a plebiscite. (Web site)

German Democratic Republic

  1. Former nation in north-central Europe, officially known as the German Democratic Republic from 1949 to 1990, when East and West Germany were reunited. (Web site)
  2. As West Germany was reorganized and gained independence from the occupation, Stalin established the German Democratic Republic in 1949. (Web site)

Hallstein Doctrine

  1. In fact, West Germany, as part of the Hallstein Doctrine, did not recognize either socialist Poland or the German Democratic Republic. (Web site)
  2. In fact, West Germany as part of the Hallstein Doctrine did not recognize either communist Poland or Soviet-dominated East Germany.

Former West Germany

  1. In this new Germany the economic chasm is greater than in the former West Germany, and much greater than in the former East Germany. (Web site)
  2. The descendants of Germans who were expelled from Lithuania mostly live in the former West Germany, as the rest of the Germans who fled East Prussia.
  3. The territories of the former West Germany and East Germany now forms the territory of Germany.

Reparations

  1. It justifies the billions of dollars in "reparations" the State of Israel has received from West Germany (East Germany has refused to pay).

Six Gold Medals

  1. At the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich (West Germany), Spitz was back to maintain his bid for the six gold medals. (Web site)

People

  1. The people of West Germany became increasingly pro-American, in part due to strong German anti-communism.
  2. After extradition to West Germany he was tried for the deaths of around 900,000 people.

Italy

  1. Subsequently worked for the Gehlen Organisation and West Germany and subsequently Italy, but in reality as an agent for the GDR's Stasi.
  2. Under the agreement, West Germany and Italy became members of the Brussels treaty organization created in 1948 and renamed the Western European Union. (Web site)
  3. Earlier in the year, the United States had previously considered holding an alternate games in the Ivory Coast, Italy, Japan, West Germany or China. (Web site)

Citizens

  1. Unlike West Germany, East Germany was not freely supported by its citizens. (Web site)

World Cup

  1. The first season of World Cup races began in early January in West Germany and concluded in late March in the United States.

Government

  1. As intelligence chief, Wolf achieved great success in penetrating the government, political and business circles of West Germany with spies.

Area

  1. West Germany finally relinquished all claims to the area under the terms of a nonaggression pact with Poland in 1972. (Web site)

Economically

  1. The crisis also confirmed for the Kremlin the need to bolster the GDR diplomatically and economically as a separate entity from West Germany. (Web site)

Gold Medal

  1. In 1991, representing the new German nation (what had been West Germany), Lange again won the Gold medal in the single scull at the World Championships. (Web site)

Possible

  1. For most Easterners, travel to West Berlin or West Germany was no longer possible. (Web site)

Romania

  1. About half of those released did not return to Romania, but went instead to West Germany, East Germany or Austria. (Web site)
  2. West Germany (59 total medals), Romania (53), and Canada (44) were the next highest medal-winning nations. (Web site)

Imprisonment

  1. After three years of patient undercover work by Wiesenthal, Stangl was located in Brazil and remanded to West Germany for imprisonment in 1967. (Web site)
  2. The publication led to the author's arrest, imprisonment, and deportation to West Germany. (Web site)

Allied Occupation

  1. After World War II, Germany was divided in 1949 into two separate states— East Germany and West Germany —along the lines of Allied occupation.

United Nations

  1. Relations improved, however, and in September 1973, East Germany and West Germany were admitted to the United Nations. (Web site)

Winning

  1. Steffi Graf of West Germany won the gold medal and finished off her "Golden Slam", by winning all four Grand Slam tournaments and the Olympic gold medal. (Web site)
  2. For six years, beginning in 1966, he dominated the sport, winning a world record seven gold medals in the 1972 Olympics held in Munich, West Germany. (Web site)
  3. He coached West Germany in three tournaments, reaching the World Cup Final twice, winning it once, and reaching the European Championship semi-finals.

Allies

  1. Despite being a law virtually dictated personally by Hitler it was still considered reasonable by the Allies and the Government of West Germany. (Web site)

Capital

  1. West Germany, formed on 23 May 1949 from the American, British and French Zones, had its capital in Bonn.

Uprising

  1. Juni in honor of the uprising, and June 17th was proclaimed a national holiday in West Germany.
  2. It replaced the previous national holiday held in West Germany on June 17th commemorating the Uprising of 1953 in East Germany.

Greater Poland

  1. It was the site of royal governor general for Greater Poland, main trade city between east (Ruthenia, Lithuania and west Germany, Bohemia. (Web site)

Federal Republic

  1. Three southwestern states of West Germany merged to form Baden-Württemberg in 1952, and the Saarland joined the Federal Republic of Germany in 1957. (Web site)
  2. On Oct. 3, 1990, East and West Germany were unified into a single nation, also called the Federal Republic of Germany. (Web site)
  3. Throughout the postwar period, relations between Warsaw and the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) had ranged from cool to hostile. (Web site)

Yugoslavia

  1. The Hallstein Doctrine was called into question following the recognition of the GDR by Yugoslavia, an important trading partner of West Germany.
  2. Yugoslavia scored three straight goals in the last six minutes today to beat West Germany, 18-17, for the Olympic gold medal in men's team handball.

Final

  1. Charlton and Hunt were now England's equal-highest scorers in the tournament with three each, and a final against West Germany was to come.
  2. Jack Taylor This English referee is famous for his referring in the final of the 1972 world cup final between Holland and West Germany. (Web site)

Sobibor

  1. In 1965, Kurt Bolender along with eleven former SS guards from Sobibor was tried in Hagen, West Germany. (Web site)

Team

  1. In 1972, when the Summer Games were held in Munich, West Germany, eleven members of the Israeli Olympic team were taken hostage by Palestinian terrorists. (Web site)

Penalties

  1. He also led England to the semi-finals in the 1990 World Cup where they lost to West Germany on penalties.
  2. June 20 - Czechoslovakia beats West Germany 5-3 on penalties to win Euro 76, when the game had ended 2-2 after extra time. (Web site)

Album

  1. In November 1982, ABBA visited UK and West Germany in connection with the release of their "The Singles" album. (Web site)
  2. The Survivors was an album derived from a concert featuring Jerry Lee, Johnny and Carl Perkins, recorded a year earlier in Stuttgart, West Germany. (Web site)

Danzig

  1. The CIA determined that Jakob Loellgen, the former Gestapo chief of Danzig, was alive and resided in West Germany. (Web site)

All-Around

  1. Jana Bieger: Runner-up in the all-around at the 2006 World Championships is coached by her mother, Andrea, who represented West Germany in three Olympics. (Web site)
  2. He went on to take the all-around championship at the next junior worlds in Inzell, West Germany, and the world sprint championship in Alkmaar, Netherlands. (Web site)

Gymnast

  1. Her mother, Andrea, was a former olympic gymnast for West Germany. (Web site)
  2. Andrea Bieger was a three-time Olympic gymnast for West Germany. (Web site)

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  1. Industry > Transportation > Borders > East Germany
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  3. Settlements > Cities > Capitals > Bonn
  4. Unification
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