Time man of the year willy brandt-Under Willy Brandt’s leadership the German Government brought about changes in domestic policy. His slogan was “Dare to do more democracy”. Divorce and abortion legislation was reformed, and the voting age reduced from 21 to 18 years. Willy Brandt (left) with his personal assistant, Günter Guillaume, on a fact-finding trip Willy Brandt and Günter Guillaume Photo: Bundesregierung/Wegmann His government also introduced BAFÖG, a federal law concerning financial…

Time man of the year willy brandt-Under Willy Brandt’s leadership the German Government brought about changes in domestic policy. His slogan was “Dare to do more democracy”. Divorce and abortion legislation was reformed, and the voting age reduced from 21 to 18 years. Willy Brandt (left) with his personal assistant, Günter Guillaume, on a fact-finding trip Willy Brandt and Günter Guillaume Photo: Bundesregierung/Wegmann His government also introduced BAFÖG, a federal law concerning financial…

Wehrmacht soldiers removing Polish government insignia in Gdynia, September 1939

Wehrmacht soldiers removing Polish government insignia in Gdynia, September 1939

People reading the currency reform posted outside of the bank. News Photo | Getty Images

People reading the currency reform posted outside of the bank. News Photo | Getty Images

Bonn Demonstration against the Emergency Laws – I (May 11, 1968)-At the end of May 1968, during the government of the Grand Coalition, the Bundestag passed the so-called Emergency Laws in the face of strong extra-parliamentary opposition. These laws curtailed some basic civic rights in order to expand the state's ability to act in crisis situations (natural catastrophes, revolts, war). Critics from unions, churches, and universities who opposed the measures saw the changes to the…

Bonn Demonstration against the Emergency Laws – I (May 11, 1968)-At the end of May 1968, during the government of the Grand Coalition, the Bundestag passed the so-called Emergency Laws in the face of strong extra-parliamentary opposition. These laws curtailed some basic civic rights in order to expand the state's ability to act in crisis situations (natural catastrophes, revolts, war). Critics from unions, churches, and universities who opposed the measures saw the changes to the…

Ich war dabei < 400° https://de.pinterest.com/sherrypronto/geschichte-von-deutschland/

Ich war dabei < 400° https://de.pinterest.com/sherrypronto/geschichte-von-deutschland/

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