no, the eastern states are still lagging behind
@ Zou Bowen’s answer has been updated. He didn’t say anything about his mistake and accused my answer of personal attack. I really can’t stand it. Stand up and say two more words.
first of all, the mistakes in your answer are more than what I said in my answer. You don’t need to check a lot to continue to find them. Just think it’s meaningless. I’ll be satisfied as long as you don’t continue to be misled by your answer. As for the map, I continue to pick on it. I’m speechless. Look at your comment area. Everyone expressed doubts, and I’m just helping you find the truth. History is objective. You are not allowed to write an answer there without being careful. Although I study German in general, I have read two books about East Germany due to my personal interest. I have basically read several books mentioned in the @ quick answer. Have you read them? The Hans modro you mentioned is not the last prime minister of East Germany, but the last prime minister before the democratic election in March. His predecessor is the famous honak, and he himself was the German Prime Minister temporarily appointed on November 13, 1989. He was elected out of office in less than the day (although he is still a member of parliament). I really don’t know why the “prime minister” ordered not to shoot your so-called unnecessary protest on the eve of the merger at the end of 1990 (East Germans know that the merger will take place in two days, and it’s too late to celebrate and protest against the East German government?), Of course I have seen the interview you mentioned, but I know that the protest mentioned in others is not necessarily the protest in November 89, not September 90. You also understand that history is a market for thinking vegetables. In my opinion, your answer is expired vegetables. I stand up and write this answer in order not to let others continue to be deceived. If you want to know more, you should read more things in a down-to-earth manner. Your answer is not only a disrespect for the historical truth, but also a smear of the fierce public opinion of the three generations of East West German politicians running for the merger of East and West Germany and the East German people who defend their rights with their own lives. If you still have a little respect for history, please check the history books carefully, at least look at the entries in Wikipedia, and then delete and change your answer. Otherwise, I also maintain the right to continue to attack your answer.
——– continue to hit the face of the high ticket until the high ticket admits the wrong split line ——————— check it casually and continue to find that the high ticket is talking nonsense.
the high ticket quoted this figure in the answer to explain that East Berlin is worse than West Berlin. As a result, you can see, eh, why is East Berlin brighter? As a result, I can easily check. Please look at the map of Berlin
. Do you see the airport in the center of the city? Compared with a small black area in the center of the city above, you will find that this picture is left, West and right, that is to say, the light in East Berlin is brighter than that in West Berlin!!! Why? Because the infrastructure of East Berlin was built late, it is better!!! Gao Piao is actually using this picture to explain that West Berlin is developing better than East Berlin. It’s too careless to fool a close friend ——————— original answer ———– the answer of Gao Piao and Gao Piao is so good. The picture is good, but it’s 18000 miles wrong in history, which is close to conspiracy theory. I can’t watch it anymore as a German scum. The historical facts before the merger of East and West Germany were a mess and full of mistakes. Let me cite a few casually: “in 1990, Germany and Poland signed a treaty, and the two countries will never make territorial claims to each other. In fact, it is to prevent the continuous expansion of such integration.”
God, you have to be scolded to death by the German people, okay?! Is the agreement signed to prevent integration? Are you kaiding?! The reason why this territorial contract was signed was that after World War II, the Soviet Union expanded eastward to occupy part of Polish territory and allowed Poland to occupy part of the former German territory (East Prussia), which led to large-scale immigration. In fact, this kind of behavior is similar to extortion, but because East Germany was a satellite country of the Soviet Union, it can only default to this, but West Germany certainly won’t do it! Now that the two sides have merged, Poland is naturally worried that the unified Germany will continue to make territorial claims, so the Soviet Union asked the West German government to sign territorial contracts with Poland and other parts bordering East Germany to ensure that the old things will not be mentioned again. It can be said that the German government accepted the agreement only after making great concessions and sacrifices. It’s a great idea to say that it is unwilling to let the merger continue! Please, the reason why the Kohl government can be re elected for four terms is that it has completed the historical feat of the merger of East and West Germany. If it can “recover” the occupied East Prussia, it will be a great achievement. How can it be willing to give up its territorial claim on its own initiative.
take another look at the nonsense of the answer:
“In fact, there has never been reunification between Germany and East Germany, only East Germany perished. In June 1990, the East German government decided to introduce West Germany mark to save the East German economy on the verge of collapse. In the following months, because the economy could not improve, angry people took to the streets, conscientious East German leaders were unwilling to shoot at the people, and the government was forced to dissolve under high pressure. At this time, 1990 On September 20, the term “East German government” was no longer used in the world. After the dissolution of the government, the old States became independent one after another, and finally joined the Federal Republic of Germany following the example of Saarland in the 1960s. Only with the approval of the West German parliament one by one did today’s unified Germany come into being. World history mentions the date of the reunification of the two countries on October 3, which is actually to take care of the feelings of the East German people. This was a matter between the Federal Republic of Germany and several states at that time. The East German government no longer existed half a month ago. ”
are full of troughs. I really don’t know where the answer master learned German history! The last government of East Germany was elected by the people. The election was held in March 1990. The Communist Party of East Germany did not come to power at all, but put forward more radical proposalsThe CDU of the merger policy! Yes, you are right. It is the East German branch of the ruling CDU in Germany. They were elected to complete the historical mission of the merger of East and West Germany, not to make East Germany continue. Therefore, in May 1990, the East and West German governments signed the merger treaty and defined the strategy of economic integration first and then political integration, so the West German mark was introduced in June, By September, the East Germans knew that we would be reunified in two days, and they took to the streets to protest against the government? And the government won’t shoot? Answer Lord, stop teasing. As for why the central government should be dissolved first, it is because West Germany implements a federal system, so joining should be legally based on the state.
by the way, the analysis behind the answer Lord is mostly hypothetical and reckless about the facts. In fact, the economic level of East Germany before the merger stood out among the socialist camp, and the productivity level was also much higher, especially in the fields of automobile and chemical industry. People with a little knowledge of economics will know that if a country has a comparative advantage in productivity, it can easily make money through foreign trade, not to mention that East Germany has an absolute advantage in productivity. Don’t think that the socialist camp does not trade with each other. In fact, East Germany can be said to be a big factory of the socialist camp. The economic model of East Germany is actually an export-oriented economy. Therefore, when East Germany still stays in the socialist camp and the socialist camp does not trade with the capitalist camp, its productivity level is enough to enable the East German people to obtain good economic income. However, once the political barriers no longer exist, the monster of West Germany can easily obtain the original orders of East Germany and crush them in terms of quality and cost. In that case, any rational country will give up choosing East Germany as a producer. Moreover, after East Germany separated from the socialist camp, the original orders of the Soviet Union, the Czech Republic and other allies were automatically cancelled. Therefore, East Germany can almost be said to have been decimated, but this is not a conspiracy of West Germany, but a historical tragedy. A: the LORD said that many privatizations in East Germany were bought by West Germany. That’s because those factories really don’t have the necessity of production and are rusty. Therefore, it’s the right way to sell them at a low price and replace them with fiscal revenue and then invest in infrastructure.
can’t be said if you don’t understand, but you can’t talk nonsense. The high vote respondents are obviously not familiar with the details of wiedereinging. In that case, don’t speculate. Thank you – it’s said that the text needs to be right before there is a good dividing line – answer the question positively. It’s true that there is no integration, but it all depends on the way of observation. The economic gap between East and West Germany is not small, The picture of high votes is intuitive, but economic differences are not the main reason. After all, the economic development of any country is geographically unbalanced. The economy of East Germany is no longer poor. After years of unremitting blood transfusion from West Germany, it has also developed (even the capital has been moved. Think about this determination), In particular, the construction of infrastructure is even better than that of West Germany. For example, the network speed in East Germany is faster and the roads in East Germany are updated. The German teachers in Heidelberg also make complaints about what they have done in East Germany. But the more important problem is the concept. After the reunification of Germany, the brain drain in East Germany is relatively serious. The backbone of middle-aged and young people go to West Germany to work. The elderly often stay in East Germany. The hollow society and economic disadvantages make East Germans feel like an alien in German society, In particular, the lack of a sense of social belonging (originally East German neighborhood mutual aid organizations, community organizations, trade unions, etc.) gave rise to the East German people: although they were poor, they were still at ease. Lower wages, regular holidays and so on are also good ~ while the more liberal or individualistic lifestyle of West Germany makes them uncomfortable. Therefore, it is understandable that East Germany will have a certain nostalgia (China also has it, and people who miss the cultural revolution are not without it). For West Germans, economic blood transfusion means more taxes, and higher taxes mean greater discontent. East and West Germans look the same, but their pronunciation is slightly different. The Berlin sound is good. If it is Saxony, I’m afraid it will be looked down. What’s more, the original educational and cultural differences between East and West Germany are also extremely significant. People who grow up in DDR rarely contact many modern western cultures, such as movies, such as 68 school tide, such as rock music, etc. The difference of cultural background seems to become the origin symbol of East German people, and all kinds of discrimination and differences arise from it. Therefore, in my opinion, the merger of East and West Germany is still on the way. Economically, Merkel said she hopes to bridge it in 20 years, and culturally, it may be longer. It is recommended to watch the film goodbye. If you are interested, you can also combine it with the film review I wrote about goodbye Lenin.