In the 1970s what German automobile became the best-selling car in America?
On 1933 he emigrated to America, during the 20th century. He became a German citizen in 1914 and remained in Berlin until 1933 when he renounced his citizenship for political reasons and emigrated to America to take the position of Professor of Theoretical Physics at Princeton. He became a United States citizen in 1940 and retired from his post in 1945.
Donald Trump has a s German ancestry. He was the grand marshal of the 1999 German-American Steuben Parade in New York City. His Grandfather, Friedrich Trump, was born in the town of Kallstadt in the Palatinate, then part of the Kingdom of Bavaria which later became part of Germany. His grandfather came to America in 1885. The original family name was Drumpf
It may be possible that some junior member of the house of Hohenzollern fought in such a war, but no prince of Prussia who later became king of Prussia ever fought in a war with America. Only the emperor Wilhelm II was involved in a war against, among others, the US; but that was WW I and he was already king of Prussia and German emperor at the time.
Nambia (formally German South West Africa) and Prior to World War I, Germany controlled more than 2.4 million square kilometers of African territory. German West Africa became Cameroon, Nigeria, Chad, Guinea, Ghana, Togo and the Central African Republic. German South West Africa became Namibia and German East Africa became Burundi, Kenya, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda
Why was New York Pennsylvania and other middle colonies became so ethnically religiously and politically diverse?
Between 1812 and about 1870 all the German states admitted their Jewish inhabitants to citizenship. In 1871, when Germany became a nation-state, the Jewish citizens of the various German states also became German citizens. From 1933 on they were subject to discrimatory legislation. The Nuremberg Laws of 1935 reduced them to non-citizens ... After the defeat of Nazism they were again admitted to German citizenship.
In November of 1899, William McKinley became the first president to ride in an automobile. The car was a steam carriage driven by its inventor, F.O. Stanley, at Washington, D.C. In August of 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt took the first public automobile ride by a president during a parade at Hartford, Connecticut, in a Columbia electric car.
Horses still filled the main role of transportation for many years after the automobile was developed due the expense of buying a vehicle and then the fact that cars of that time were quite unreliable kept horses employed for transport services. However after the automobile became more mainstream horses turned into a pleasure animal and general farm labor animal.
The colonies, which became tired of British rule, united against the British. As part of the Declaration of Independence, they declared themselves states. There were no other independent nations that were of America (the Western Hemisphere). That is how America (the former British territory) became The United States of America.