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1955: Austrian Neutrality  
On October 26, 1955, the Austrian National Council in Vienna adopted the Federal Constitution Law. Austria was to remain neutral in all future conflicts, but it was once again a free and independent country, ten years after the end of WWII in Europe.


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22.2.2020 Hanau protests against right-wing extremism and racism after xenophobic terror attack
About 3,000 people have taken to the streets, calling on the German government to take action against growing right-wing radicalism. Protesters carried placards criticizing the AfD's normalization of racist rhetoric.
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What was Checkpoint Charlie?
  The name of a border crossing point in Dreilinden at the West German-East German Border
  The name of a border crossing point between the former East Berlin and West Berlin
  The name of a border crossing point in Helmstedt at the West German-East German Border
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