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Germany and in Israel, and the difference in the response to them indicates how serious the Israeli case appears to be. In the German state of Thuringia, the Christian Democrats (CDU) and the Free Democrats (the Liberals) lost their majority in an election
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the terms of the Treaty of Berlin (1878), a German prince of the house of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen had recently become its king (1881), and the Orient Express connected it to the great European capitals. However, it was still finding its rightful place
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German sociology that negated modern society ( Gesellschaft ) and upheld traditional community ( Gemeinschaft ). Ram dislikes this orientation and devotes considerable attention to pointing to this scholarly tradition’s negative impact on nationalism in
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false equivalence with the genocidal atrocities committed by the invading German forces and their allies, which the Soviet armed forces saw as they recaptured the eastern front and liberated the death camps. There are not “many sides” to this issue
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statements issued by the United Kingdom, Germany, and France were less cautious. They were released on 9 and 10 July following phone calls with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. German Chancellor Angela Merkel referred only to the rocket attacks on