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Alps a high mountain range that goes from southern France through Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and Austria and into Yugoslavia and Albania.
axis (capitalized) the name for the union of Germany, Italy, Japan, and other countries during the Second World War. [1/2 definitions]
Berlin the capital city of Germany. Between 1945 and 1990 the city was divided into East Berlin and West Berlin. For most of that time the Berlin Wall, a concrete and wire barrier, separated East and West Berlin.
chancellor the head of state in Austria or Germany. [1/2 definitions]
Danube River a river that begins in Germany and flows through central Europe, eventually emptying into the Black Sea.
East Germany a country in north central Europe from 1949 until 1990. East Germany and West Germany are now one country again, officially called the Federal Republic of Germany. East Germany was also called the German Democratic Republic.
German of or having to do with Germany, or its people, culture, or language. [3 definitions]
Germany a country in central, northern Europe. Germany was divided into East and West Germany from 1949 to 1990. Berlin is the capital of Germany.
Luxembourg a country in western Europe between Germany, Belgium, and France. Luxembourg City is the capital of Luxembourg.
mark2 a former unit of money in Germany and Finland.
Nazi a member of the political party that held power in Germany from 1933 to 1945. This political party was led by Adolf Hitler. The word "Nazi" is a short form of the German name for "National Socialist German Workers' Party."
Rhine a river of Central Europe. It flows from Switzerland through Germany and the Netherlands to the North Sea.
West Germany a country in central Europe until 1990. West Germany was once known as the Federal Republic of Germany by itself, but is now united with East Germany to form one country, the current Federal Republic of Germany.