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GERMANY

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on 24 May 2010

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THE GERMANY FLAG AND COAT OF ARMS THIS IS GERMANY FLAG AND COAT OF ARMS. IT HAS ALOT OF COLORED STRIPES THEY ARE BLACK, RED, AND GOLD. THESE COLORS HAS BEEN ASSOCIATED SINCE THE 1800'S. THE SWTATE FLAG IN CLUDES THE COAT OF ARMS. THE COAT OF ARMS CARRIES A EAGLE EMBLED, IT HAS BEEN USED SINCE THE ANCIENT ROMANS INTRODUCE IT INTO GERMANY. GERMANY WAS FOUNDED IN 1871. THIS IS THE LARGEST BUILDING OF GERMANY. THE INSIDE OF THE DOME IS MADE OF GLASS AND METAL WITH A RAMP THAT SPIRALS UP TO THE TOP.SIR NORMAN FOSTER MADE THIS BUILDING. IN 1999 FOR HIS WORK ON THIS BUILDING HE WON AN AWARD. THEGermany is located in north-central Europe. It shares boundaries with nine other countries: Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. At various CONCEPT OF GERMANY AS A DISTINCT REGION CAN BE TRACED TO ROMMAN COMMANDER. HENRY THE FOWLER BECAME THE FIRST KING OF GERMANY IN 919. HIS SON OTTO BCAME THE FIRST EMPIRE OF GERMANY. AFTER THE NAPOLEONIC WARS WAS OVER GERMANY WAS RECONIZED AND THE NUMBER OF STATES REDUCE TO 39. GERMANY ECONOMY WAS BY FAR THE LARGEST. Another boost to the population of West Germany has been provided by the so-called Gastarbeiter (migrant or immigrant workers), mostly from Turkey, the Balkans, Italy, and Portugal. Between 1961 and 1997, over 23 million foreigners came to the Federal Republic of Germany; seventeen million of these, however, later returned to their home countries. The net gain in population for Germany was still well over 6 million, since those who remained in Germany often established families.



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Demography. In accordance with modern European patterns of demographic development, Germany's population rose from about 25 million in 1815 to over 60 million in 1914, despite heavy emigration. The population continued to rise in the first half of this century, though this trend was hindered by heavy losses in the two world wars. In 1997, the total population of Germany was 82 million. Of this sum, nearly 67 million lived in former West Germany, and just over 15 million lived in former East Germany. In 1939, the year Germany invaded Poland, the population of what was to become West Germany was 43 million and the population of what was to become East Germany was almost 17 million. This means that from 1939 to 1997, both the total population and the population of West Germany have increased, while the population of East Germany has decreased.



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