Großdeutsches Reich
Greater German Reich
Timeline: Fatherlands
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Germany in green.

Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer (Deutsch)
("One People, One Nation, One Leader")

Anthem: Das Lied der Deutschen (official)
Capital: Berlin
Largest city: Adolf Hitler Stadt
Other cities: Hamburg, Bern, Moscow, Petergard, Volgograd, Vienna, Frankfurt, Warsaw, many others
  Other languages: Russian.
Ethnic group: Deutschland
Type of government: Parliamentary republics
  government: Representative democracy
President: Christian Wulff
Prime minister: Gerhard Schröder
Area: 19,621,631 km²
Population: 644,255,129 
Established: 1933
HDI: 0.877
Currency: Reichsmark (DRM)
Internet TLD: .de
Calling code: 2
Organizations: United Nations, Coalition of Axis
Flag of the German Empire

Another version government flag of Germany

Flag of Germany

The civil flag of Germany

Coat of arms of Germany

Another coat of arms

Germany, offically Greater German Empire (German:Großdeutsches Reich), a democracy countries in Europe, the biggest countries in Europe and the second biggest on the earth.

A region named Germania, inhabited by several Germanic peoples, was documented before AD 100. During the Migration Age, the Germanic tribes expanded southward, and established successor kingdoms throughout much of Europe. Beginning in the 10th century, German territories formed a central part of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation.

During the 16th century, northern German regions became the centre of the Protestant Reformation while southern and western parts remained dominated by Roman Catholic denominations, with the two factions clashing in the Thirty Years' War. Occupied during the Napoleonic Wars, rising Pan-Germanism resulted in the unificationof most of the German states in 1871, with the inception of the Prussian-dominated German Empire. After the German Revolution of 1918–1919 and the subsequent military surrender in World War I, the Empire was replaced by the Weimar Republic in 1918, and partitioned in the Versailles Treaty.

Amidst the Great Depression, the Third Reich was proclaimed in 1933. The latter period was marked by Fascism and the Second World War. At 1946, Germany won World War II. The Democratization in Germany started in 1952. In 1960, it held its first national election. Adenauer became the first president elected by people. The Nazi party finished their Democratization. Germany become a democratic state. In 1975, Hitler dies, becoming the first and only Führer.

Germany has the second GDP in the world and the fourth highest GDP per capita in the world. The average wage is $32,694. The gini coefficient of Germany is 0.31. Germany is an example for the welfare state, all of the elder can gains a big pension, and the great quality of life. Germany is good in heavy industry, many cars and ships are made in Germany. Germany is the second agricultural yield in the world. Many international financial and multinational corporations are in Germany.

Germany has a great military-industrial capacity. In power of ability of space exploration, Germany is the best in world, dominant the development of space in global. It lead the Axis, Chinese, and British to explore the space.


Unification of Germany


Weimar Reoublic and rising of NSDAP




Modern Germany

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Political divisions

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Family structure