Germany and the U.S.
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German Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel held the commencement address to Harvard graduates – and offered them six thoughts to consider on their future paths through life.
Today, there is widespread acceptance among Germans for their historic responsibility for World War II and the Holocaust. That hasn't always been the case.
participated in the 58th presidential election in the USA
participated in the election to the 19th German Bundestag
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Away to a new world: German immigrants play a significant role in the history of the USA.
Two devastating wars that changed the course of history. The USA played a significant role in the Allies’ victory.
After the Second World War, the USA assumed a decisive role in Germany’s reconstruction.
“Ich bin ein Berliner” – how German-American friendship developed between rock and roll and East-West tensions.
A historical milestone: The world grew a little bit closer together when the Berlin Wall came down.
Germany and the USA are transatlantic friends; they share many values, but do not always agree on everything.
Our countries are united through deep historical ties, shared values, and bold visions for the future. Join us for a year-long festival celebrating our transatlantic partnership through dialogue, experience, and exchange. #Wunderbartogether
The automotive industry is facing major challenges around the world. German carmakers have more to lose than most and are thus investing a great deal in securing its future.