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1949-1990 what was capital of democratic Germany?
It was Bonn. Let's be clear on this: Bonn was the capital of the FDR, the Federal Republic of Germany, West Germany. But the DDR, the Deutches Democratik Republik, The German Democratic Republic, East Germany, the capital was Berlin. And no, I am not for one moment suggesting East Germany was democratic, but that was its name......
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I found a relatively good answer at: http://forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?t=1087100 As I understand, if you are referring to the Democratic Party, then the wo…rd should be capitalized. If you are referring to a democratic concept, the the word should be lowercase.
Since 1990, Berlin has again been the capital city ofreunified Germany. When Germany was divided into east and west (1949-1990), theprovisional capital of West Germany was …Bonn and the capital ofEast Germany was East Berlin. Bonn served as the interim seat of government for the reunitedcountry from 1990 to 1999. Currently the capitol of Germany is Berlin.
It was the capital of Germany from its founding in 1871 to its partition in 1945. At that point, West Germany's capital was Bonn, while East Germany's was East Berlin. W…hen Germany reunited in 1991, Berlin became the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany.
The capital of the German Democratic Republic, also known as East Germany, was Berlin.
Christian Democratic Union parties are all over the world and not just a German phenomenon. Christian Democratic Parties can be found in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas…. To be a Christian Democrat, one must follow 4 simple foundational beliefs. Christian Democracy postulates the following fundamental beliefs and objectives: 1. The recognition of free and constitutional society as the only political system within which the fundamentals of values of Christian Democracy can be realized. In the discourse at the end of the 19th and 20th centuries, particularly with Socialism, Communism, Secular Humanism, Anarchism, Totalitarianism, and dehumanizing Rationalism combined seeking to tear apart of the basic social unit by which Society is based; Christian Democracy seeks to rebuild and restore. It is our most important objectives to restore, protect, and defend the core values of a Christian Democratic society. 2. In a Christian Democratic society it is the legal right to freely strive for political and economic self-realization and personal happiness while acting responsible towards oneself, others, and society. Personal responsibility for ones actions and ethics lie in the fundamental ideas of liberalism, self reliance, the rule of law, and Christian social ethics. 3. The acceptance of responsibility and the willingness to share responsibility, the principle of political decentralization, and personal responsibility as superior to centralized and authoritarian paternalism. Herein lies the principles of subsidiarity and community. 4. Solidarity with those who are weaker as an expression of the commandment to charity of one's fellow man and political reason. Therein lies the goals of Christian charity, Christian social ethics including the commandment of responsibility and charity towards the poor and needy. These fundamental beliefs and political objectives continue to remain intact from the early beginnings of Christian Democracy from the 19th Century. Contemporary Christian Democracy Parties today continue to associate 19th Century Liberal ideas with conservative values and Christian Social ethics. These fundamental values of freedom, individual rights, justice, and solidarity of man are applied both to political and economic process as well as to social life.
Kinshasa is the capital of the "Democratic Republic of the Congo." To its west, Brazzaville is the capital of Congo (the Republic of the Congo ). Kinshasa
When you're referring to the party. A Democrat is someone who belongs to the Democratic Party; a democrat is someone who believes in democracy. Democrats (big D) are dem…ocrats, but not all democrats (small D) are Democrats -- some of them are Republicans.
Germany has been a parliamentary democracy since 1948, when the Federal Republic was organized out of the British, French, and American occupation zones. The Soviet zone… remained a separate communist dictatorship until it collapsed in 1990, and was incorporated into the Federal Republic.
The capital of East Germany (GDR) was East Berlin.
A defensive move in case berlin fell entirely to the soviets.
Bonn was the capital of Germany from 1949 - 1990. Bonn has 320.000 residents and is about 25km south of Cologne.