Attila the Hun
The Holy Roman Kingdom
The Holy Roman Empire
The Erfurt Union
The Erfurt Kingdom
Calvinism and Catholicism
Calvinism and Lutheranism
Lutheranism and Catholicism
Lutheranism and Islam
Marxism and Rationalism
Rationalism and Lutheranism
Nationalism and Liberalism
Liberalism and Marxism
Jews emigrated to Germany in the 19th and 20th century as it was perceived as a more tolerant and enlightened state than most of its neighbours
Jews fled Germany in the 19th and 20th century as it was perceived as a less enlightened and tolerant state than most of its neighbours
The majority of the Jews who died during the time of the Third Reich were German.
The Jews were a constant disruption and impediment to German unity throughout the years of unification.
German was welcomed into the EU as a single state and the acknowledged dominant European power.
Germany was excluded from the EU immediately upon reunification
There was debate in European countries about the desirability of German unification due to the European wars in which Germany had been involved and initiated.
Germany immediately left the EU