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1648: Peace of Westphalia  
"The Peace of Westphalia does not have a good reputation in our textbooks. One only needs to look at the patchwork map of Germany in 1648 to see how powerless the region was. Germany had been devastated by long years of war and appeared to have been obliterated as a state and as a political power."


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1806: French in Berlin
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17.9.2019 Edward Snowden: Germany a 'primary example' of NSA surveillance cooperation
In his new book, Edward Snowden describes how US intelligence agencies collect vast amounts of data around the world. Foreign governments often help facilitate the collection, and Germany is no exception.
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Which European capital did Napoleon march into on 24 October 1806?
  Paris
  Berlin
  Rome
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