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Integrating West Germany and East Germany has been extremely difficult.

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Integrating West Germany and East Germany has been .?

Integrating West Germany and East Germany has been extremely difficult.

What are the similarities of everyday life in east and west Berlin?

Berlin (and Germany itself) has not been politically divided into "east and west" for nearly 20 years. "East Germany" ceased to exist in 1990. Since then, all of Germany has been under one government.

How many Germany's are there?

Ever since the reunification of West Germany and East Germany in 1989, there has been only one Germany.

Why is bonn not the capital of Germany anymore?

It was the capital of West Germany. But since Germany's reunification in 1990, east and west, Berlin has been restored as Germany's capital city.

Has Berlin always been capital city of Germany?

No, Berlin has not always been the capital city of Germany. Before Berlin, the capital was Bonn from 1949 to 1990. Berlin became the capital of a reunified Germany in 1990.

What did the fall of the Berlin Wall mean for communisim in Germany?

Once the Berlin wall separating East and West Germany, there was a total overhaul of politics in the East, as it had been Communist since after WWII. This merging of the East and West created the stable political nation we now know today, and in essence meant an end to communism in Germany.

Is Germany westernized?

Germany is part of the West and is generally reckoned a West European country. Sometimes it has also been regarded as Central Europe, but it is certainly not East European, or oriental or exotic if that is what you mean.

Why was the Berlin Wall built?

To prevent the escape from the east to the west.

What is the capitals of Germany?

Since 1990, Berlin has again been the capital city of reunified Germany.When Germany was divided into east and west (1949-1990), the provisional capital of West Germany was Bonn and the capital of East Germany was East Berlin.Bonn served as the interim seat of government for the reunited country from 1990 to 1999.Currently the capitol of Germany is Berlin.

How long has Germany been in sixteen states?

Before reunification in 1990 West Germany consisted of ten states plus West Berlin, while the states in East Germans had been dissolved in 1952. They were revived in 1990 (five states) and East and West Berlin became one state. The states of West Germany were set up with their present borders in the late 1940s, and apart from the union of two states in SW Germany have remained stable since 1952.

Why did the soviet union and east Germany have an advantage over west Berlin?

West Berlin was in the middle of East Germany, and was surrounded on all sides by it. That's what the famous Berlin Airlift was about- the Soviets disallowed the Western Allies from going into Berlin by land, so the Allies had to use airplane to send supplies into West Berlin.

Does Germany have a federal government?

Yes, Germany has a federal government. In fact, the official name of Germany is Bundesrepublik Deutschland, which means Federal Republic of Germany. When East and West Germany reunified after the fall of the Berlin Wall, officially what happened was the Federal Republic admitted six new states (the six states of the former East Germany) into the Federal Republic that had previously been only West Germany.