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Sudeten German

Sudeten German

Sudeten Germans, name coinedby F. Jesser in 1902 for the German-speaking population in Bohemia and Moravia (including Moravian Silesia, later also called “Sudeten Silesia”) within Austria-Hungary; replaced the collective term “Germans in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia” used in the 19th century. The term Sudeten nationalized at first slowly and then in connection with one that the German minority by the Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye (Paris suburb treaties had become collectively citizens of the newly formed Czechoslovak Republic (Czechoslovakia)) (1919: 3, 3 million, 1935:…

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Germany Education

Germany Education

Training The division of Germany into two states in 1949 led to the existence of two distinct German educational systems for nearly half a century, which reflected two different political ideologies. In East Germany (GDR), the Soviet model was transformed into a polytechnically oriented 10-year unit school. In West Germany (BRD), a system was established in which the students with school start at the age of six after four consecutive years, Grundschule, were faced with the choice to either continue…

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