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Capital of the German democratic republic known as East Germany?
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The capital of East Germany (GDR) was East Berlin.
The capital of the German Democratic Republic, also known as East Germany, was Berlin.
What led to the eventual division of Germany into the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic?
German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact (1939)
The GDR was what was known as East Germany. A Soviet dominated member of the Warsaw Pact it was notorious as a testing ground for some of the worst excesses of social experime…ntation. The 'Democratic' bit is a grave misnomer I am sorry to say: It was anything but....
What directly led to the eventual division of Germany into the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic?
Yalta Conference (1945)
What led most directly to the Germany into the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic?
Possible answers include: The Cold WarThe currency reform of June 1948 in the western zonesThe Berlin Blockade and Airlift, June 1948-May 1949
There was no chancellor in the GDR, but a State Council. President/chairmen of this State Council were Walter Ulbricht (1960-1971), Erich Honecker (1971- 17th October 1989) an…d Egon Krenz (17th October 1989 - 6th December 1989).
Fom 1949 to 1990, the captial of the Federal Republic of Germany was Bonn.
The German democratic republic was known as EAST Germany. The capital was East Berlin. The capital of West Germany, the "Federal republic of Germany" was Bonn, and is since …the reunion Berlin.
The Democratic Republic of the Sudan was the military government in Sudan from 1969 to 1985, led by Gaafar Nimeiry. The capital was never moved from Khartoum during this regim…e.
Some citizens of East Berlin, during the Cold War era (1945 - 1989) used to want to visit their friends and relatives in West Berlin, or even to move to West Berlin, where the… advantages of the more vibrant, free market economy could be had, and the government of the GDR did not want to allow them to do that, for fear that the communist state would become corrupted by decadent western influences.
German Democratic Republic, often just referred as East Germany, which is not politically correct nowadays since there is only one Germany, was founded in 1949 after World Wa…r II.